fWOiW Uj6 decreet F an arlUray mon'.d
- .-, tn'intt themselves and their neigbhntire J
We were f Mtlfifil td hear that w. Hatweir;
Jijmbni. (he President the Board of the
..nrh in thin !!:, sreW the srrvile drpen-,
Branrn in "' ' '"h - 7
dun in which the y prnnntir ij to place him,;
Iirmlite' 'resigned. , This dies bim great j
, . 1 ,nr. (,, mi.tivcj uiill li nronpi1. i
feillF, 1H wr - - ,- -i- I
y appreciated and l"' cuie followed by the .
iree'tor. We hold mtrtelves to be fully jus.
fififd for 'he' remark, aince the late procec
fap of the State Hunk deeply concern the
i ytie of thi ieclion of the State Jf North
I (S-ot'ma. ! ii not the atock-hoMerf nor the
j it Siora afone'wha inTer Under the rtgid iregu
' i'ion and unjut operation of ihe preaent polt
; nf tv B"n1r, but every mr. in the commu.
! "'v ji.clT1effTficonveiienr;f ."" The creditorno
. fc than tji-; deblorrJi.e uverj!ii3,elid jle.
j -.r't t with the vender each and eyery one auf.
i t.n from the aelfiah meaaure of (e Bank.
f whlvnt 'MrtMHnff ay-""er.-jniukn.veia,ioca.iT
I which remilt from the ame elfikh and illiberal
f araettaa f the Bank we would remiml our
f W1!lrr, who are interested tn thiubjert. that
I H note eacept tboae of the State and United
State Rank are evchidad irt the payment
i B!i,le to the Bank- Al-eady ha thia nde opcr-
t.f ,1 ppprewtvelv upon the debtor to the Hank,
j The greater proration of the monev in thi
I reiion of the Sta'e i upon the South Carolira
Bnra. none of which will now be received.
I An ilmoit entire aop ha been put to the eir-
"j ontion of monev by the adoption of thia rig.
i omna rule. For the preaent theae remark
Many ihi?ij!rd preK of the country, er
t're'v eontlled hv the Secrr tary of State, have
united in villifvirg the Viee.Preaidcnt, and in
iiinrrrtreaeiiting ro1iviT opinion rome
r rall'ng him a Vedi-ral'nt. othrr hv denoon
Ding him a a nuHifyer. Among ntlcr engaced
"li'TC 'yiitgiir iiiid-riav'.fh-TiTartiae-Tr-the-Nrw
-Tk Courier and Fnq It attempt o idntifv
ilteotinw w'-th 'he demorratic came, but it i in
truth orpoed t" every thing democratic It i
not deT-ormtic, If we koow w-ha flemorracv ia
'to abue"in fmrt and Impure tangnape winni
on and prwccutrd mun whoae acrvice to hii
"oWtrH"ewen--of he-nw-'tlrtabl and
Faitiiijr kind It i perpetually prea'tn'iir up
--OHKM-ncv i but ill wirae ia not conrit'ent with
it nrofcMiniw V in not democrat!, we are ,
V ianot d-moeratie, we snt
, .... : j .,..;.
ir r iZ,! ne. whlhTle y .TipolMKi-
hi-h w., .t-red in hi d f.-nc and Rive it a
'diffWerit a'niflra'i'in fron hat de'Vfwl by it
wri'i-r. rb'.t 'u recherv in an Pd tor to what,
ever rurtv h msv btloog It is a flagrant
' ahuie 1'fthe lil)-rt'' 'he Prwi. Mny con.
liitof4i 14 pee t made to auTtr for.puh'.
Ii hing lhe tru'h but thoee eerr to fire best and
irMwr.isMt who follna' the tsracti'! of detrc.
tionind 9ti"dr. . The New Y-k Courier and
" 'Ttnc,''Tr"f'Tn ihe ''moW'reefiit lah'piage'ap
lird to Mr. (Caftbun ! rs T n a re V "
.. jih.ieet.of the carreanondnre ca'.Ji bin? .a fed
riliitand a NulWver N'w, how a man. can
he " fle'raW nT a niiftfw at -rhe-rtr-we-tinv
we are' -utterly at a ! t ernreive. Wf ire
' verv mire that a FVral.at and a diemoerat bear
Bn th uliirhteet reamhlance to racb other and
W' are ijoatlv ure that the .diiaimtlarity ia fr-
rt.VP, lvee P4ralt aada.miL,ii
frrr. The two character arc tVonipatlWe in
the me peraoa. But Mr TaDioon i neither a
afcderaHrt nor nullifver He ia a republican
he i a demor-ra'. We av .i with a knowl.
6ne of ,he faet He i an avowed oppose of
laterr-al improvement in any hape he i np
woed to the tariff and is in favour of a strict
Bnnitrur.tion of the Conatitn'ion. Theae are
ihe rtoliiinal aentimrnt of Mr. Calhrnm and
irh we eonider to be the verv essence of
termSlirmnism and democracy. We have no
nntive in rnisreprentin?r Mr. rlh'Mins nohVi.
tal opinion, thr F.d"rtr (f the Coirier and P.n.
quirer h. U: i a hired errant we are fVe
iGrenta -at trbertr tHrtwk-4.ct-a-
We will do mre juatice to the marter of the
ourier and Enquirer. We wil ay he i
aesentially a repu'olieiin. He has oppoaed
tome tneaiurea of a republican atamp but
(hat by no means makes him a Federalitt. He
ia, for example in favour of int'rnal improve
rnent where the work i of a national charae
tr. He thus far depart from the republican
doctrine. But he 1 an intriguer. He comet
from New Tork which gave birth to the only
Triors 'in the" UnToi MaWr Burr and
Armstrong only recollected at p'reeent.
We Insert tn tmr paper thi week a most vivid
flh.rWfin to Rnvemce Hamilton. We do mit
now when our sensibilit'iet have been so pnw
erfully awakened ss when we read the glowing
keeoun given in the Memiry of the festival in
aonor of Governor Hamilton and hi political
"principle. It ia the first time, ayt the Mer
cury, that the same honor has been paid to a
nre gratifying to Governor Hamilton when he
lirinir tn mind the number of biehly distin-
jnihed lHidMd:tlli pt rhrse State who are
lied with himself in the defence of the
sne rbjhteous cause and that hi hat been
cjtyaa aa the one whom th ettees of South
srotina most delighted to honor.. But when
Ihe eloriuentijWitoriif the Merrqry came to
nominate the Patriots ohhelaiMLch il and milita
ty, nd.to recounj iWrloriotis achievements we
9W sparest; fefeain from pouring forth a flood
j0f tears, such tlie tewlatncts and pathoi of
j the description. It mud hve been truly a
msgnihcent spectacle, 19 neimm mjwrtn nun
f,frf persons, mate and f.imk, assembled to.do
honor to a dislinsruiHhrd fellow citizen and to
te.iify their high sense of his public services and
i,r;vte w'tih, whilst they could at the mow
i the wrt tirinr,inti-l of
Hill" IV B I I
bWs of our politic
which they believed to be the
ical tnititutiont! The Sons nr
Daughter of South Caroline have right to be
proud of their .settous, impassioned nd un
ceasing patr'totim. Her devotioa to the brio
ciples of Mr- JefTerwn mint . put her Sifter
States to the blush if they have my of the pride
of patriotism left. : But the Spirit of Freedom
no longer animates the bosoms of our citizens,
The ions have lost that sMer attachment fr
u)ot4tulional fiSertj which fired the aoule of
their faiHerY,fJ The inspiration which they
hreitlieil hecairie examinate with their decay.
he Mt)artl iiliiiu(( iif lh fervour of their
own fueling, to their offspring. But we arc
mistaken the jone of South Carolina have in
Vented all that aral for the (rood of our country
which glowed in the mind of the Father.'
Thev have not dishonored the patrimonial in
heritance. 1 has not degenerated into the
moat slavish paion. Thry have "not atom! at
ilent and unmoved spectators of the efTort
which i making every where to rivet the
chains of our political thraldom. They have
not encouraged our oppreior by a backward,
neat and unillinirne to engsge in the defence
of our r'rghtt, unjustly uturned. They have not
countenanced the effort of our enemietto hold
i in political, valge by a total neutrality and
the tnnut perfect ImrlfTrmtce a to- the haue f
the struggle between the violater and defen
dera of the Constitution. But they have been
active and vigilant protector of our cons' itu.
tionnli rights. Thev were the firtt to place
thenwelves in the breach and to defend the
ahaUcwd JSMarJtjinil Jr
thev were not victorion they wrre not nob-died-
llnw have thry been rewarded for their
(jenernus-and graruiloua fupport of the totter
inir libertin of their country t Thry have
trea cahimniatM- and reHtl and yet they
have borne it with the utmovt meeknrn
ra'h.r in torrow tlInTnangeV- rt "ucK
I hr t.reo. a parry ...a. nru ,..uy .ur
.. f .1. n. i.:.iU ....'
teru.. . --v. v -;
inr.m nf the lrade.r are
attributed to aelh-h ar.d
j to Shre the odium wMrh their enemie eok,
and too often, eueceifiiHy, to cast upon them. , CttKt UepHrtment. Of these reports we
do not believe a word.
Before we make any repnnse to the cour- .... rr- . r,
H , , , , . - Mjor John A Camzmon. of Fayette
tenu Frlitor of the Pamden Journal e fonld ! .,, .. f . v,
ww-loeorrect a Corner in liisreplie.. ! " fH,,or of " North Carina
tToh to tome remark of our upon hi annuncia. Journal, has been appointed by the Pre
tiaii..of Judge. Smith u a candidate for the Vice, jaident, with the ronsent of the Senate.
Pre'i-lency, iv are "noMht Rditori 1 of the. C)nsul-;alVerCri: Mexkoj in place of
Salisbury CarinWo..t tlw Taylor, K,.; of Virginia; re
" Wiiteffl Cavolmian-."- Weare much indebted , . - .
e Ii. ' .1 .nl.n'mr) fna nAtawilitlanir1incw t .....
to him fhr '.bit 1 good .opinion of us, notwVditandiog
the late hour at which he hat thought proper to
a.rverrte utof iU.--.VV.e.hjve d,
nolitical notions from the F.di'.or of the Camden
made the rlightral change" in our good opinion
of him. We do not quarrel with thoae who
ftur-r nr t. even when it i of their own
teeking. " "When we (Tiller wttn our retpeciaoie
hreihren it give us grt-t nlrure to messure
arguments with them, and when we find any
cogent enough to shake u in our helief we
make the most of it and torn to be " rational
men," and if we chanced to be in'.emperate.
"moderate men" likewise. We are short
tighted and cloudy minded, we candidly con
fei, and we earch every where for a remedy
to rid ua of this intellectual convexity and to
dispel our mental oacity, both of which we
find exceedingly troublesome in our present
vncaOoai.Wbesi a, ray of. light shines in upow
our mind, the effect i ucb that we cannot
! ..... M e
conceal our joy and felicity. 1 nc discovery oi
a hidden trenaure could not afford a miter a
greater thare of wtisfaction than fell to onf lot
when we learned, for the firt time frofl that
library of useful knowledge" (the Editor of the
Camden Journal, we apeak in tober serioua
ne that "physical energy" meant " nothing
more than ability to knock down a Kentuckian !"
We are under obligations to the Editor of the
Camden Journal for thia information wliich can ,
only ct ae with our definitive quietut.
- Buttb ltorlk
prehendt ut if he umlerttood us to call hi " the
irrationat party." Far from iu We only com.
oUined that he ahotdd have bettowed sojlliberal
an epithet upon the party oppoaea 10 nts own
in South Carolina. There are a hUlBtemT
highly gifted men belonging to that arty who
h.ve multiblied the honors and glory due to j
Souih Carolina. Judge Smith ia an able and
enlightened politician But we do not think hi
talents at all suited to the office of the Vice-Presi-dency.
There are many thing to admire in
Judge Smith and many to condemn. We
ior from Judge Smith when we aay we do. not
;teoiitaer birtj w yfgre adequat to the pro-
per diicharge of the Unties wbicB Belong 10 ue
office of Vice Pretident. Tktre are many other
men, in our opinioa, bettrit qualified, and there
fore we ould postpone liim umd alt those are
will d:ternHoe whether we or the Boitor of the
r'amdc n Journal are right in the views we have
hteveralhy' Ukea of thw estimate of Judge SmtOi.
Mr. Caraon which we find appended to hi
peech in Congrea upon the lluinia' MiMiIort.
We have omitted the calculation! which we
(tint in the Circular but give the result uhich
will be found upon reference to on the oppo.
iite page. .Wt are very orry our limits will
not permit tn at preaent to publih the ipeech
of Mr. Canon above alluded to. It waa a very
fine effort Botwithatandinp the ditadvantage
under which be laoored at the lima of it deliv
ery. . i-
March 7lht 1831.
. At a meeting of the MercUn'l inl!hMrcjtJ
izen or the town of Concord, the fotlowing rr
olutioni were entered into onthe tuhject of the
fleiohttl,' that after the frit day of May next
we will neither receive hor pai any.bill of any
other than our own btateof a denomination
le than one doflafc-1 ws5tr,'
JlenM, farther that after the ime period,
we will not paaaanyof the treavury notet of
thi State, and after the firrt of September we
will not receive or pw any bill o. any denom
ination lea than one dollar. '
Rtnhvd, farther that at toon a practicable
we will procure apeei change to tuiply the
place of the cent bill currency.
It hai become quite the rape to pay up
old score through anonimous letten. It
Ii atid in a New York paper that ffly one
dollart wn encloaed by aome tinknown
person to the Adjutant General in the
lollowihfr, words : "Due for Military Pines
eeaded by Illegal excuses? We should
guess he was a Catholick.
" Ned has run away with your wife,"
said one friend to another. Poor fel
low" replied the forlorn husband. Wht
stoical Indifference 1 "
Senator Noble lately died in Washing
ton. Me was interred in the Congres
sional burying ground.
Rumors at Waihintyton ssy that Gov.
: Br,lcl? Mft gfc'.w.BPd Mr. Berrien re.
,n. '-1.. k.r..,.- TuZ .lu-'.uJ
, v r ' u 1 .f 1114 v r W.VUV Ull f liaTT tflC
" 'i miKwwir
,KhVnlhtr nrrr. D-
. - , . K , ,,U,MB
, Mr. Wirkliffe to he put into the Pol
An insurrection at Martinique, broke
out among, ibe . DCgroci- . Many .of the
dwellings of thehite4nhstitantfthe
Tstsnd were burned andsome oersons
killed. In an engagement with the whites
(he blacks were deBsated;'in(J the Jasurr
rectioh quelled. Tnemdtlye assigned
was a desire to imitate the French in
their successful struggle for: liberty and
MRRiFr, In thi County, on the 24th ult.
hy Adam Itoaeman, Esq. Sir, Daniel Heat, to
Mit Lena Shuping.
In Lincoln County, John Mull on the 25th
Bebruary last, sged 86. veers and 7 month.
He was a very respectable citiaen and oneot
the first aeUlerebftheCbuntvli which he lived.
He settled in it in early life when not more
thaauWfewoaajnJiaJated the County.
Saliibur. .Marcs 18. Cotton in seed, Rl.l
clean, 7, flour 4 to 5, corn T5 to 80, beef 2j
to 3, bacon 7, molasiet 45 a 50, lard 8, aalt I tS,
sugar 10 a It, coffee 12 to 16, flatseed 60 to 70
apple brandy 40, peach da 45 to 50, tallow 7
to 8, feathers 25, beeswax, ! fl W 18 oata 40
wheat 70 to 7 h baggmir la to!8, rope 10 to 13
rlass bot 8-1 0, 50 feet $3, i ron 5, butter 8. '
Soum uarouna uana ouia 13 cia, uit. Georgia
Favelievilte, March 2... Cotton 7 a 8j
bacon 6 a 7, apple brandy 40 a 40, corn 70 a
7 J, flaxseed 1.18 a 1.20, flour,5 a Si, molaaset
30 sugar 10 a 11, salt 75, wh'ukey 40a 42J
wheat r a i.
rL M.,k IA C.nt'nn 91 HI Amir
um, ..'. ..... .w.. . 3 ......
4) a 5, corn 62 J a 75, brandy peach 4') a 50,
do. apple 50. ' '
CharJeiten, March 7.........;...Crtton fl a 91
flrii.a rl whUkev .17. haeon 64 a T rem.
ham 9 o JL. be.it kind of baeirinr 18 to 23. salt
55 a 00, corn 58 a 60, cofl'ee 10 a )2-......Noith
Carolina bank bins 1 a per cent discount,
Geama. 1 ner cent premium. '"Tr
fJrimMrJ'MzRrwrm&toto 7 a 9 Floor
kkl. 7 hiakrv 38 to 40. molastea 45 to M
.50, out f Uie. wagons, Jamdm.llUla, 7 $(L
Vamden, Mare,- S.T.CotroW 7 a 8J; flmirSe
wnwBt i tilt, corn 75. a 8tkit 50. salt 75. whsi
key 50 a 624. bacon 9 a 10.
A letter itu been, recently received at
Baltimore from Liverpool which cauaed flour to
advance twenty five cent on the barrel.
TOE 8AtE IfEHf t . 'l
0?f f .inrncan U rif n ,7eir fir Claim,
i,. tiO. 49 VVl,!, SIKKKr
. 1 Nw !, Jtuvint, 1831,
I)UBL1C NQTICK ia hereby given to
all persons whom it concerns, hivin
Claimsi Debts, Inheritances, inc. payable
or ' recoverable abroad, that this Agency
been his established, under the special
t. j r.i:..j
uspiceanuparrpnageoi uisunguisnea in
dividual In this country, a regular cor
respondence with eminent Bankers. &c.
in the nrincpul ports and capitals of Fore
ign Governments In commercial rela
tions with the United States; through
s may be confided thereto, will be ex
pedited 1arfeMtmint;bMpHmpf ami
elfectivejy recovered -when furnished by
the claimants with the suitable legal
proofs and vouchers, together with the
rtquisit&iower jof Attorney to b tan
and acknowledged befure any Judge of
Court of Kecord. or other competent
Civil Mgitrate, Municipal authority, or
Notary Public and the whole duly au
thenticated by the Governor of the Slate
or Territory in which the same miy b,e
perfected, and legalized by the appropri
ate Foreign Consul.
Having slso established aimil cor
respondence throughout the United States
and British America, the like claim for
recovery, in any part thereof respecliye
ly, will be received, and efficiently at
tended to, in behalf of American, as well
as Foreign claimants.
Orders for the investment of funds oh
Mortgage of Freehold property, or in
the purrhise of "Poblle SeeaflUei ftfthe
Un'if.cl States, Cunal Loans of the States
of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, 4c.
punctually and faithfully executed
AppUcitions addressed to this Agency,
in cases requiring the . investigation of
r.imB, ,,ar'h.pf r.c5rfLor. Jhe inter-1
vention ol legal proceeding, should be
accompanied with an adequate remit
tance to defray the preliminary cbargea
and disbursements. attending the same ;
and. all .leUersjnust. be sddressed (post
paid) to the undet signed, (Counsellor of
the Supreme Court of the United States,)
in the - Office. .! tin Agencyr 49 VVU
street, New York.
AARON H. PALMER, Actuary.
Tl-yrY-ilOUSE (the. Post:
of&efr) (H) MrS-C0l
street a few yards north-west,
of the Court House, in Ltm
ington, .V. C. is agin opened for the re
ception of Travellers and Boarders- The
stables sre rxieniiver roomy and dry ;
grain and provender of the best, plemi
ful, and setved by good hostlers. The
house hasmany comfortable rooms, arri rs
a good table and refieshments; and the
proprietor and his : ftmily will omit no
thing In their, power to make it most
quiet and tgreeible. 63tf
TJ W I NO j(nlifierfr t Joiy term of
L X Montgomery foun'y count lf30, as
dTiirhlsTrator oFthe Ktate of the Ute
Robert Moss, dee'd, I hereby rrnuea.
all persons indebted, to said Estiila to
'ttUkKe. ImmetfiatttyynrcnYi-'anif tiU per-
none tiaving 'claTmrsgalnsriVeJCstsire
reqested to present them properly su
theniicated within the time, prescribed
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar
ol their recovery. Si60
' DANIEL HARRIS, Aim'r.
rateii auv. 75.
THE subscriber having qualified aa
Kserutor of the last will and testa
ment of Charles Anderson dee'd. at the
February term of llowan County Court
1 83 1 - I hereby tt notice to ell persons
having claims debts, dues or demands
payment duly authenticated within the
time prescribed by law, or this notice
All persons indebted. 10 said estate are
requested, to make imediate payment, as
no indulgence can be given.
RICHARD ANDERSON, JiVr.
ALS(fcrOn the 24th day of Mrch
next, I will sell the Plantation where the
Mansion House stands, belonging lo said
dec'4- an y person - w iahing .. to purchase 1
can see lh plartstjonapjr ttnse, before
he day 01 sate By applying 10 tne ouoscu-
ber. butd plantation contains 195 seres
of land lylnR on 'he wsttrs of .liunting
IUCII'D. ANDERSON, Lx?r.
March i7ih, 1831
ALL those who are indebted to Philo
White for subscription to the VVes
let n Cs'roiinisn, or by. book account -are
re queTrcrtioxome forward and make pay
ment by the tst of July, or t bey will find
Thelr accounts tn 'tXe'tijsn3s1rM onlcer
lor collection. ' My shop 1$ one door Irom
John Murphy's y tore, where 1 can be
found at anj time.
JAMES B. liAMPTON, Agent.
Salisbury, March th. 1831. 62tf
t- N. B. . Agfti ere. requested to mjH
icnTrns what they hjsve collected ss
soon s pos'iljic. !
THE subser.bcr h.,in .dminister.di
on the Estate of Qeorg Turner
Hec'disl last January seidon of the Cotitr '
Court of Lincoln in tli, Sute. hereby
gives notice to all persons hivinir eitims.
uues, acois or ucmincii ,,,,, MJ4J et.
tateto present them for payment, dulw
authenticated, within the tim priCtibcd
by law or this notice will U plead io bar
of their recovery. ' .
John wiiLrosq. '
Afareh IfM '.1131. J 65
.JV Sv,.A.i). jndchttsto the Es-.
late are requested 10 come lutwardand
given. - p. W.
. srrusa tkkm, 1831. '
wife Mary t Petition for the Sale of the
real Ctale of Kobert Moss, dee'd. It.n. '
pesringtothe satisfaction of the Courtthat
tne dependents are not iqhabitsntsbfthit
Stste, ordered hy the Court that puhlka
tion be made for six weeks succeji,u
tn the Western Carolinian printed in S., .
lisbury that the defendants appear at our
next' superior Court of law and Equltt ia
be held for the county of montgomry 11
the Court House in Lturcncevtlle on thi
first monday in September next then and'
there to plead, answer or demur to said
petition, or the same will betaken pro
ConfCi0lend hesreOxparte.. ,
Testi JOHN CHltlSTIAN,e..r..
rain jv. gl.7J. 6t68
ICT The Raamination of the Vtae Sckri '
tn Statesville, will take plee on Thursday the - j-
it aay 01 rtu. Uomraenctng at ball put 9
Patrons al friemltof the School, are remet. -
fully invited to attend. 4(63 '
M. A.CALDWELU 1
THE subscriber, having administered
on the Estate of Vt, Stephen L.
r ertsnrj, 1erated,TrTineir 's1t"iisrsoTii
to whom his Estate is indebted to present
their claims, within the time prescribed
by Ihw, and those who are indebted to
hi Estate, in any manner, are requested
o mae tmmeaiitxTfme nn
It65 R. MAGNA MARA,
Mminintrutor with the wll annexed.
March, $th 1831
A few reams of writing paper for tale at thia
1. Office, at 8 i 50 per ream, a few reaxna at '
'h and a lew reams of wrapping, at the usual
wVJ! W Y011K ' WHOLESALE
llUMubtcribeli bwttujMtteted ieio CepeH.'
X nerthip under the firm of A. U, It P. Cnrh.
D. . .1 u..: i f.. it. . t ... . f
n niTo, mi ,r""ciion or tne general
Fancy Dry Gwodt businei-a.
, .....A-. O, COCHRAN, -.
. :crai.a.c6cuidK.. ;i ".;
HAVE now on hand, auch an assortment of "
Fancy ijnodi, aa they believe U not aur.
pted by any other in this country, in variety
and selection, comprising the follow ing articles J
ia Canton, French, Ualian, and Fancy Britt.lt '
Goodt i 3
Blk. and Col'd. Italian Lustrings, Imitation, p!ia
and changeable do.
Blk. Col'd. and changeable Cro de naplea. -
Fig'd. do. in great variety, . . '
Col'd. changeable, blk. and blue blk, Mat
. cellinet. . ,
5-4 Blk. and Col'd. Bombazines. ' -
Crape de Lyoua, plain and fig'd. Mandarine , ' a
Plain and Pig'd. Poplins, Algerinea, f alaieryoea - -
of th newewt atytes, . . '
French f rinta and Ginghams, and Foulard Mas.
Pongees and many other article for Ladies
Hdk'f, -ft : , i -
Uo de Naples, Game and Crape Hdk'fa, and c.
Scans, . ;
Hlk and Kid Stocks, and Fancy Cravata. " '; .
Black and Col jred Italian Cravats, Imitation, d&
Bock, Beaver, Silk and Horse -akin tHoree. : -: f
Uro de Naplet and Gaute Garniture Ribbont,
Cap and Belt do. of the newest sty lea, ' ' '
English and rrencn Silk . Hose, and . Hose,
""Embroidered snd Openr work d0 - -----
Linen Cambrics ani Cambrio Hdk't,
Black and Colored" French Crapes, Worsted
Barege, Brown Cotepnly, tus,
Sewing 8itk Twists, Braids, Fancy Buttons. -
iwiim fciyra, bull, &Him
They will alto have an eitenuve UMrtm
of Lace Goods, consisting of thiglUh Bobbinet .
utmp sna inreaa Laeea aot r.ujflng, Caps
Capes, Pelerines, Chemisettes, Black and White. 1 .
Lace Veils and Showla, with a complete aaort
mem oi vi - - ana o . inibet and Merino -Shawls,
Casimere and Merino Long Shawls, , '
A. U r. v. nave selected thru stock with
a particular reference to the Southern aod Wee ' '
tern markets, and as they will add to their' as.
sorrmi"nf constantly a freh gtwds arrive, their ;
stock will be kept up throughout the vearv All ?
uf irhicli ther1
and on the moat liberal terms, and most respect
tuny invite purcnasers to call and examine their
- Oicdrrs will be promptly executed with care
and fidelity. . -
Jftnt'Tork, Jtm. 1, J831. 12t6S
ULJfJSK n nuns
V every descriotion. neatly PrinU-d. and
kept constantly fitf'aaie at tbta sfSc,. "
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