H ; , ; -I 1 PS.
- 1 " 1 - - -' - - ., ,. . v . . -v , . - . . . . . . Z v i
4 (f Ours are the plans of fair; delightful peace, ; '
Upwarp'd by party rage to lire Hke h rothers.
jsPublishetl every 1osd at aria TmnisDAT, by
i Five J)ollar9,pet ahtiumhalf in advance.
I 'KJ nVERT1SEMENTS?:f
Cot rtceedincVarf'ifene'rtekt1'y: inserted 3
V twnest for a Dollar and inty-nvejcnts for j
left&tlV irt the 'same NpropoTtionv-XoMMXT.
0 " ,"" ; ' -
tFrorri the Essex Mass Gazettes
Y ;flF can f be; accomplished, WltnOUt.SVM to
iem. ':' No man can act systematically' "with-1
being punciuni. -v,. m.? l
' W HJ".r "r"J":";t:;i
Soppoie man ofnsiderable enterpTJe
" lays ou t hist worlt for. a cett ian dayk 1 he
" TehinWbeforehesaySvl will rise 6o?cIock'9
attend tn mj domwtic affairs, breakla a
Z mw rtifthhftr n thwhurf at 8 be
' - L Jik .Ammmndltia with I f
.vprni r.ustomerg at y. nine ai u auenn
the library meeting at 3 meet with thel
tnckholdeKof the banket 4r take-tea at with their Gr
i'ande 'at theachoor Meeting fat 7jn -7
i.l: ihr,K;-k; mfa old, and will.
- a m i v mi-i-m vr-aia a m n u n u.- u i u ma i
nnler and confusion. ' :'' r 4 v ; - U
" -' 5." , " . .. . i
Theshoeroaker,the wheelnght?the black-1
iith i he cabinet maker, the hatter, me
-i - 4k l.lfirnitK rh nriiifip r at i VI
!r-. tte V1!111!1' "e PterT r af 7 1
otlier mechanic agrees to lo a jou ni work
ucu iiuic , ai ic g,ic:ii nMi i
arrives ; but hu boots, his 1
r Kitahlp. hi& hat. his coat, his watch; I
Whv ? because(the workman has wot bcenj
II " ." M ' . - - . I t
Call oe easily an.inia-iyu, v; V'fhey ' :will be. carefully
of business in one, day, ; he and, others l which will greatly fci
rnncerned be punctual t but let him sleep I Roots, when transplanted.
:ii 'Ak V,Vl,elc in the morninf?. or let hin I Orders will be punctt
.' iti i-- i; liu kQ subscribers desiprnatinfi:
U .punriuai ; anu iiiieau,vftvuii.juui cj c i
mnlOVer.hJUSt Derform iWOrT or inree, ioi
arr.iftirdish Ihe ame obiect
ii hiiir-vabbbinted lor -public worship. I
'lectured funerals rnd I other? religious
TOeetiiffs. his people as a matter of course, I
Uill (uram dilatory Sfand'he need not beL
' .nnriae. If occasionally disturbed
u. m-n,i,,t - ' - t
nextf- ,14'- v ft 'r"V - vi .
If the nreceptor or shooi master De tardy 1
ts this particular, his- pupds will . be; sure
of the school will drag through the day.
if h" jiitemnt to renrove . his" scholars - for
II nC ailCUipk Ml , I CJUUIC H'f , ovuyiai a
being tfilatorj, and
be punctual; in future ; they will think if
thev dare not; say; physician heal , thy-
Thee. hints clear! J show the importance
if pun&alirhere (isV hd iwever an
other view of, tWs subject, fbj which: the
came sentiment is rnoreorcibJ Urged.---l
; t i r :t r ri v h ,i i a n d M ri xB. m U st '-t ta k e h 1 S
at in it or lose his nassaire. In csnse-
cuence&f MrA?s conduct IJiafebroken
my promise ; ?and Mr.iB has gone to pur
chase uuods. without "nibne-y I My charac
ter suurs, Mr. 'Br is yexed and it would
imc be st r a u - i 1 1 should receive; a h vsh
ipttpr or1 writ itie lat-matrtiecin WUich
sundrv) persons transact business bias a ve
ry bad iendency, and is often, fol lowed by
teeriouiconsequences .' -..The little regard
!they lialye for their word pauses t grievous
dfsaiipuiiitinetiU. destroys coohdenceam
iMirrnnta "kocieivJ Asa small. leak " in the
: ship Imay biuk the whole cargbVsbonan
M ho is not punctual, may seriously -inj ur e
"the re tiuiaiiunVor -ewen i cause the entire
fuilufeFothers.:rhe most distijpgbishet
. fa 1 d e r $J m ec han i cs, nierch a tits, -civil la n
' 'divines and stranfrers. have cenerall V been
sjsieiatic,Hpynctual nen f ; and perhaa
v iui luiejwas everlinore r&o than'ashingtou;
. tM y brethren, iflwe : ,wuld?beccessful in
buViitesfe, ai:d respectable in bur clin, let
; pun crruj. lity o rD e tv NCTUA l Jte w rittc n
'- in capitals upon bur Moors', and upon oui
"" A n Irish gentleman, t ravelling; through
Kt'Lntl,; wjth a J servant fie$h! frbn H;the
S uog h a p pen edio; fa I V 1 fv t ha be a
tibl tiif ccomplished Eng
serviintaccbrding ibjthe proverb of ike
also in-;!veiind rcoVisequeolllatd .siege
to the aiiection 'WihV?Jadi8'4'roffid.SPoor
i xuase oh j
habit ofiepeatiosr.to his ' Venus Adona,"
J iie langqajj'e WniCn.UlS grceujr. cai -yncoi.
turougn tne , Key., uuic ui . uj
v parlourbot to J ap the xlitnax of
thheiitaf breathings 'You shallyhave aspe
vniien otr a Jew worm, v. wnereoi, , uy pai -eU
he stole a little "The gentleman on
"'s kiieel spoke the foirowibg- tohfc be
"oithed jgoddeas UC V- v Y :-:v,:
'Your alabaster neck
And. sweet glowing eyes
jv (uv uearv trn ui v
tree Willi Mr. A to meet mm at nis count?
ing rbbiri, toorjrowormngat 8 o'clock j
to receive a jarge suml have prbmised to
ipv Mr B. before 9, atwhich time he is to
Jet out f lorjhe cityot He w
tvunctual but Mr. A. delays until after the
Paiv immediately darted down to his
kitchen Abigail, and throwing himself at
her feet,i wirh blarney brogue and .stento
rian voice, .repeated the. following, which
hejmagined was a fac simije of the above :
?:i Your yeUow ilaisttr . oeckle i- v -'
And sweet routnsr eyes-
-ocis uij-ucan on urel - . : ..
Oh, Give-Pot J :
For encouraging the introduction of the
v:? ed States. ' r1'1' !r' C " ?f ' - - j: ;
R. ALPHONSE LOUBAT, having consid
erably enlarged his Viitevard. on Lons-
Fort Diamfynd. where he nnw ha. in full
cultivation,' alVineard of forty" acres of ground.
mg sixty-two varieties; selected in Europe, be
tween 40 and 50?, N. latitude; and having also
the peculiar advantage of being enabled to pro,
cure" thebesr spebies of Roots from his Father's
IPme Gironde,vLot and 1 Garonne, m
-a proposes io ine ? numerous
to the cultivation of the Grape" Vine-in
the United SUtes; a subscription. 'If
Mr. A L. will
engage to furnish" subscribers
Vine Roots, before "the,; First
1 he Roots will be three; years
produce considerable fruit the sec
ond year from the. time'of their, . being planted
classed "and packed,
litate the thriving ofthe
tally attended 5 to : the
the quantity and spe-
cieS ofthe GranWlneRoots thev wlshito haVe.
rwa :ii ' a. i ...
latjlhe rate of 12A cents for each root for. lea
nev win eneace io nav lor auuu roots or m re.
than 1000, at the rate of 15 cents ; and 25 cents
pep root tor less tnan ou. jcoots onij in years
e pai iur hi uic raie oi v cents eacn,
for lOOO or more- 12 cents forW than 1 000
and 1S cents foMess than 50 roots. 7
KMyment to De made on delivery of. the roots.
Letters not received unless POST-PAID.
Mr. Aj Loubat's Rook on theXulture of the
A m ... . , . ; 1 TT ' 11 , . t - w
:,i Ct.iM . io :n .
to subscribers. . m 4 v , s
Mr. JLoubat has selected the following specie
best the choice of which b left to sub-
Table Grapes, or for making Strong Wine.
v , i white.
1. Alicante, 2. Robin Eyes, with big clusters
Melting, f or
oftrton.y . sweet GwiUanV 5. Muscat, b. Do.
FrontiKnan,7. Muscadelle, from the river Lot,
8. Malvoiwe, 9. Tokay, 10. Syrian. 11. Constan
tia, 12. Malaga, 15. Meillers.
m Red Foot,
t,.ed t) in alack Ilambourg, 13. Con!
. ' Fur Wine. ' 1 t
; , WHITE.
19 A.uvergnat, 0. Klanquette 21 . Dpucinel.
e; s. Plan de Uame, Ohvette, 24. Doucette,
25. Plant-djc Reirie, t6 Burgundy, 27. Morillon,
28. - Utajdere,- .29. Bourgelas, 30. Pickrdan, 3 1.
: ' ,ir:- a- .V r RED.
33. Clareti 34. Anvergnat, 35. St. Jean,
Jacobin, 37. Meunier, 38, Pirteau, 39. Pritanier,
40. Teinturier, 41. Bourgign3n, Bouteillant,
J A . rm. . m. m - r mm mr- . -m V '
i. autise, -ii- st. ivntoine, . iaaet iMotr.
- ' Fo: the Table o.zly. -:.)
s;..:i WHITE. j ' "
46.yChasselas, (from Fontaineb!eau,); 47 Do.
Golden, 48. Do. Cracking, 49. Do. Musk. 50.
Muscat Lefcarde, 51. Do. Small Berries, 52. Do.
(d' Alexandria.) 53. Do. from Jura.) 54. Sau
vignon. . - H A -.. -vO-V -,. f;
v. -- '.- - RED. ' ,rV
. 55. Chasselas, 56. Do Violet, 57. Muscat,
Rouee 58. Do. Violet, 59. "-.Muscat Grey. 60.
Damas Violet, 61. Do. ofPoquct. 62. Early Mag
delen. i v;'-a';.4 '. '.' ' - -s.''
7 Subscriptions will be received by .
;.ui:f :r.;jOS:;GALES & SON,
':vvTi-?.!.--- V':---- . . -Raleigh. :
State of North - C arolina,
fV Martin County. y
- Court ef Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
;;h' ;2 -.September;Yermr 1S29. ;
Joseph J. Williams
Henry & J. J- Watts,
Joseph J. Williams
Henry & J. J. -Watts,
Joseph J. ;.Williams
i r-' . '- ' " "' . '.
Henn' & J. J. Watts
Henry 8c JF. J. Watts
Joseph J. Williams t
Henry & J. J- Watts,
'v? - x
jf T appearing to the ga!jsfction of the Court,
fl that Jacob J, Watts ts not a resident ot ithis
State : Ordered therefore, by the Court, that
publication be made in the Raleigh Register for
six weeks to notify said Defendant to appear at
our next Court of -Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
to be! held for the county of, Martin at Williams-
iioKi Externa issue t6 sell the land levied on.
, T HOS. w . t wa 9, uierK,
Price adv, $5 00
" YiilliarJlsb6r6,, Academy,
fTPIHE Examination of the Students
Ji , with this Institution will be held on
day the 18th November; Parents arid Guardians
are requested to auena. ...
AUG XlAClUiaS All AVOUCIUT i Will UC lttUUI
c 1-.: ;
- - - a .. -. ' .. i .
H ; ci lue tuxeicisesoi rae acaoemy win ue resum. icounty Such bonds .bearing interest from the (c
.7, c ." rrr i v m c cfw u .VH aie.: ' c v ,1; V - I at Five Dollars as heretofore. - i v- ' I Wtn
r f .....: - iAL. WIIONi PnncipaL ? WlLLJ.Il; HAYWOOD, : W 7Vitf IB& Orders will be intlv ri V ' V I i D
HS. M A.TIY AXD BE WS respectfully ( in-
orms t&e Public, that htr DYING and
SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT is now in c6m.
plete operation, rou Halifa Street, 200 yards
north of the State-house, and tha.t sbe is prepar
ed to execute ?wprk in iall! its va Iqii branc?' ea.
She will dye L'effhiorn llas and , Bonnets,- Silk,
Sattin 'and Crape, Presses, I Stoc cings. Gloves,
articles of clothing for Gentlemen1, &c &c.' She
also dyes and presses Domestic Gl thV ' '
Mrs. Andrews; still. continues to crry on the
MILLINERY BUSINESS, at the same place.
and will do work in that line with neatness and
despatch. ; ' -' T ',' " !. ) 7'- ,
Kaleigb, October 22; : 11 ? 20 (
nOURSUANT to a Decree of khe
X7l Superior Court of Law and Eauitvi held in
Nashville. Nash county. North -Carolina, on . the
third Monday in I September " lait : J Notice , "is
hereby civen to the Hens and . next lof Kin of
J ohn Bass; dee'd. late o the County and State
atoresaid, that the subscriber is I now , ready ,to
are entitled to the aforesaid John's estate, upon 1
aaA ia v u w la iu liii: kii a. caiirL.! iwrivM 1 iirv a
their applying to him and giving proper refund
ing. Donas.. --:'-, -'S i. r--,:- s , j r
; : D. SILLS J Adm'r.
! V ' '"of John Bass dee'd.
Belford, Nash C'ty; N; Carolina,
-v r - . October 3, 1 829. H -
6 w Price Adv 2.50 '
. Superior Court of Iavyv
V ' Chatham County. - Fall Ter4n.' 1829.
Alfred Vestal St others vs. Thos. vestal &. others.
Petition for the division of Lands of .William
: : : A- - " Vestal, . due
T appearing to the satisfaction of
that John Vestal one of the
this case. is not an inhabitant of this State : it is
t H tVi t"a nrlAia1 f fiat nAtiA RLa w'KltK a4 tM
t he Raleigh Register for aix months of the filing
of the Petition, and that the said John Vestal, at
the next term of this Court, on'fhe 3d Monday
of Mrch next, plead, answer oi demur to the
L :n u i.J
and heard exparte. ' ' i
'I I L ':- lClerkSupl Court.
rFFERS fof Sale his HOUSE gt LOTS in -the I
VJ7 Town of Oxford, with the LkNO mljoinin;
-about 200 acres of which about 60 acres are
Woodland. I The House is 52 by 40 feet, com.
modious, and well finished throughout, having
4 rooms with fire places on eact floor, with a
wide passage on each a' garret distributed into
closets and two comfort ib le rooms ; aiid a cellar
under the whole divided mto se veral apartments.
attached to it is a large Falli ig Garden furnistied
with fruits selectedtrom the northJ m lc--House
c instructed of rock a stone Sjring-House a
Well of excellent water in the yardan Office in
the y.ird suitable1 for a Lwj er, and every neces
sary Outhouse, all in good repair"."
.Also, a TANYA R II now in opleration, which
might give employment to 8 or 10 hands, having
10 j acres of land attached to it; 4nd on the pre
mises is a comfortable two story Duelling, with
every " Convenience , tor a
belter . constructed Yard
re si dunce. A
is seldom seen any
where. This property will be
disposed of on
reasonable and accommodating terms.
THO. B LI
Oxford. Sept. 1.
FOR SAL E
N ! moderate terms, a neat
VJ GIG and HARNESS.
For termsji apply at
this Office. , 1
Oct. 20. ' -
A TRACT OF LAND, in Wikrr county, ly
ing; on both sides of Dutchman's; ; Branch,
containing 397 acres, and anotheif tract lying on
the south side of Swift Creek. The Tracts ate
contiguous, and were purchased some years
go by the late Wm. Gilmour of wm. Brown ;
Apply to the Editors of the RejgisU r, who are
authorised by the owner t sell said land.
August 15, 182V I ; j
MY LIVE RYt s STABLES
ARE OPEN, and otter great convenience to the
Members of the Legislature J and other visi
tors to Raleigh; who prefer having their Horses
kept in the city. !. Good'Proyehder and trusty
Ostlers are provided. the price will oe mode
rate. ". --t" :- :',""-"ii-.- - ''?'--':'
v , WILLIAM SMITH
October 22, 1829. . , , 22
raIHE I highest prices in CASH Will be given
I - JL' for a few likely YOUNG NEGROES--fnm
15,to 25 for males, and from IQ td 25 for females
an extra price will be given for mechanics.-
Persons;! who wUhJo sell wi
me at Mrs. Jeter's, Tavern,
di do well to call on
wherp 1 may always j
be found. ; r t s)
YM. rUWLBK. .
2lfeotf : r
Law Books for sale ; ai Auction;
rpHE late Chief Justice of this
i to me the: whole
Books, to be sold
trusts recited in the said assignment.
bo executed, I shall sell
on. in the CitVof Raleich.
i I on the nrsi aiomiay si weceniDcr nexv snu to
many succeeding, days as may be; required to
Complete; the saies.-t: "-5 ,
, 'This Library is extensive t cointains many 'va
luable works, wlnch.are'inow bee
tbo sale is worthy ot the attention of profession
r ,Terms ofsale,X7wA'
Bonds it 90 days, with
j an approved surety, who shall reside
cf . bis .; IJibrarv of Law Iri x- A. i i- V -
after his death- upon certain I nnn ; - - - : -
... . ... i iiiiiiii ir .. a . i rj . - - - ..... ... . . . -
LrARGE SALE OF DRY G QODS
gntfUJSVDtir, 7 th of November neU
VTthe Subscriber's Auction Store, will coro
x JL mence the Sale of a valuable assortment of
; di Go6i)9r u ;
Received direct ' from . NeV-.-k,v. Being " -the
Stock 6f a House declining business in thai city
- vG3j Country Merchants and others' may come
forward With conidmt expectation of purchasing at
very reduced prices; and of procuring Goods in
such; qualities as tossuit. them: They : consist, in
200 ps. fine and super, cambric & furniture Cal
t ; l ;
Plain nd ficrured' cambric and Jaconet' Muslins'
Swahsdown, . Toilinett and Merseilles , Vesting; . f
fuirganx, Menno ana ushmere Shawls, ,
Common Shawls and Handkerchiefs, " V 'i-"
Men'sand women's silk cotton and Vorsted,
Hdse,;-" . . . - ' ;":-v-;;, . ;','
A splendid. assortment o'f Ribbons, I 1 , V'' V .
Men's and women's kid, beaver and silk Gloves,
White and red Flannels, . ."' : ' : ;':'-.V:
Edging, Laces and lace Veils, ' ' . v,. y
r Bombazetts, Ginghams, Silks, &c &c .&c. J
1 erms liberal, and at sle. , . " '? ' --i
" , "H lLLlNGS St CO. Auctioneers.
Fayeiteville, Oct. 29. - . . , 1 V 21 ts .
ltoanoKe Jbiterarv ana ocieutific
Vh 1 1:; . Institution ; :
r I111 v l1008"0,. ""f "tionhaa been chang-
"V.' : 1"' w
c,I;&.,h!s change to the public, some remarks in
,,,n to chch induced it, .may be
necessary. -The obiecr is to establish m the State
of North-Carolina the, institution upon a permai
the advantages of health and retirement man em
inent decree, it'was fbund. that the conven ence
and opportunities for carry ing it on, would be in
commensnrate with- the. obie t in viw. narticu.
larly since the . death of, the late 'prr,pnetbr of
that place. In selecting a new location, regard
has l.eeu paid to public opinioii ; and o f .r us it
could be ascertained, the feeling of the . public
has centered upon Oxford as the most suitable
locati n w the Slate. .. ; . '"'x ,
Oxford u is long been known as a place or
floiir;.hin a;.i well c iiiT.uclcd schools For its
health, ita moral a d refined society, it st tnds
pre-eniinent." The site selected for the instim
tion i pleasantand retired ; the buildings and
ground are s;;icious ; ad such messurt s will be
adopted in'the government of the. institution as
will prevent the students from any unseasonable
communicaiion uith the vilUgi The plan here
tofore' laid before the. public wiir till be pursued.
Any fur'her information in relation to the in
stitution, may be had on applicatibn to the sub
scriber. 1 1 1 - 1
D. tl. BINc'IIAM, Supt
Sept. 30, 1829. . , 15 3:
S tate of N o r t h - C aroliu arv
. : Edgecomb Counlyr 7 . ;
Cbuvt of Equity September term, 1829. !
Mary G. Clark andotln r. legatees of Mary S .
ihe executors ct legatevsot Mary s.jJIount.
. . mi " .1-;
A T appearing-' to the sutistaction of this Court,
tl: that Robert Stuart and Mary his wife,, Sarah
Foote, Ness and Manama w,fe,Bennet
arrow, .Martball-rrow,, Mary .Taylor, Che-
Sirs. L.. u. t-rosser, xne represeotaiives ot jacoD
Hunter, the r piesentat-ves of Catharine T)ai"by,
Elisabeth Hunter, Jnb. S. Rush worm and Jmv
Summervdle. legatees and defendants in this
case, are not inhabitants of this State ? it is. there-
fore ordered, that publication be .made m the
itaieign itegister i or six weeas, tnai unless xney
appear.at ournext Court. to be heM ibi the
county aforesaid, at the Courthouse m Tarboro'.
on the second Monday m March next,. and an-
swerr plead or demur, J udgment Will be taken
pro confesso, and heard ex parte as ito them.
Witness, Isaac Norfl et, Clerkand Mastet oi
said Court, at Office, the second Monday m Sep-
tember, 1829 y v ' -. 1 ' -
ISAAC NORFLEET, C. L E.'
y MANAGERS OFFIUE, ; v
Vr: 'Jtithrnond. October 14. l.
Grand ;C onsolidaied No. 17.
v fYate9j8f 'Jll'Jntyre Managers. . i .
To be Drawn 1 2ui day : - of N. v; 1829. ; v ; !
60 number Lottety. 9 drawn Ballots.'". ;?T
i 1 inze-of gl6,000 is 816,000
;-V ' 5 "
: ; " .v:000.::.''--".to000.
; 4,000 . I ?. j'4,00P
8000 i v 3.000
?nn I Koculos Q"rn ct-
0 in TiO in .mil u; J, J ;
m0 V mW . mmm W J . 7 111 W VI
... ... .
Package of 20 whole for 00; (which
ii j . j - j
compelled to draw, f45andnay, draw any
ine aDoveorana apixais. o v a- . v ,
' Sendyour.orders to Yates & M'Intyr Man2
ge'rS--who have, distributed from their Office at
f '.YATES; & M'INTYRIV Bichmond.
t Brought' u pto; th e present tiine.; ; "J
GALES & 8U1 have: just published an
AffjiWUlX to tlav wood's' MaiiuaL which
I Work comDlete.v , ,
, rof tnw wmition to ttie MinuaLi noeitra
barge will- be midef.'The tlbok u ill be- sold
A: larormentladie gentlencnV !
500 .20, ;f l50 . .4-. Shoes, ofallkinds: y :X : V ' jl
- 400 - 24 M00 . " ' Ladies: and gentleman's gum elastic' Orti---Jtiai" '
'1 RhniimH uithin th. '1-itt 10 WnHth. ny. 1...
aiaie assigneai.i-.r. ATir.nrl nnnitola nf .inomo r wn
CHEAPER THAN rE II.
ILLTAMS & HAYWOOD are now receir
;f V, - ingfrom Newiyork and, offer for, sale,
vV l00 Gallons-best-W. S. Sperm. Od ' J- V.
t,.-20v ibsVNorthern Mould Cindlea "
Vrvtt Mn.,i t . I. r -1.-1
-BlackPepper , - : ' . '
s-, 150 .V . Race and ground Ginger i
: : ioot Alienee- -x : ' " : : -
.r.J doz; tlihberra London Porter V,.-'
A fr Old Port Wine ;. .. " V i
V: V.' 2. Boxes best American Mustard," for tzlt
. ' ".; by the poind.- S'. j. -. ' "o :
" ; ; 2 v. Superior Sperm; Candles' 7 -
12 Boxes WlndaW Glaja'
-500 lbs.PuttyJi .i, -
r; 36 doz. Wine Bottles ' ;
; 350 ibs." best American Glue ; - - -
-500 -;-.gree Copperas; t 1 t C.
1000 whipped anti stick Camp cacliy lijA'
.-; : wood,. ; .. u
't ;150 5V Ground Fustic AV - 0 .: v V
150 .iAlIum v. , vi" .vv r:c. ' ' -';
--.-; f5 ) Dutch Madder srround ' ' : :
.25 Spanish Indigo : '
506m c..Brown'.,;. v ,;,v ! .
50a; Wilmington. Rice ! f; - :
y -2 Coils Bale arid'tmce Rope " v ' :y
Bale shqelhread j x '
f,l Package basket-saltfor Table lis
12 Bundles English German ;and -Italiin "
v . 'Violin strings consisting of 1st Sod 3rd,
W. & II. are also receiving an additional stip
ply.of Drus7 if edicines; Paints &c. &d, wltich
makes their assortment very complete. , '" '- .
' Physicians supplied on good terms and aif o
aers promptly attended to.
.Jiist received 2 Boxes of the above valuable
Medichie. i; . V - ""'-';-."'" - .
: x U. WILLIAMS. & HAY WO 0D
Octl4tb 18297 ; - y -r ; u . - , ' 16- , '
Fashionable Winter: Goods. -
J1AKE leave to' annotiKCe to Jheif friends s tn3
A customTs, that they arc now-opening, and
will have ready for' Wpeotion in few day?,., at!
entire veto Stock tf Staple and Fashionable Erg
Goots, - adapted to. th- pesent a"id apprcachin-j,
a 'ason. -Tliese" Goods. haviop beeii-uoog-ht on.
the most ftvorable.tr rni will be disposed 01 at
such rrices as Will defy compe'ition :
1 ne ronowing articles wvJI be tcuod araon'? .
their Goods r
superfine, blue, black, oire; brown, draV and
steel-mixtd C'oths. v T
V alencja,vtotlaiiett,awaiis6wntvflorentine, marV
v" seilles and pihrr Vestingfc? - t '
Blue and "plaid camblet,; tartan and TCarclina
Plaida. '-' :.':' .;-jv I'r' 'iv - .J
English and French Bombazine St Bombaxetts.
lenno Circassians, a new article fof 'ladies' dreri"
:Silk and Cotton Velvet, assorted colours.
Pattinett, spotted Flannel, bang-up Cord. ; :
Irish UneO) Lawns and Diapers., '
Scotch and Russia Diapers 'and Sheeting. ---A-
Furniturei gHrment and cambric Dimity. , '
Calicoes, Ginghams and colored Cambric. ' ,
Plain and figured Swiss and Mull Mulio. V
Do. Jaconett and book ; .-V do H '
C-mbrics, checked and striped .Muslins.' : -: '
Eletrant black and white lace.Veila. '
Boubinett, gtmpund thread Latest
1 Nankin, Italian, Canton and French r!V 1.
. sorted m - - t r- r : '
Umvr-nne, assorted colouralind figures, a resr
& handsome style of Gobda for ladiei dre-?
jct4Uck Italian Lustring. ; -'ivV. s . .sv
I c.tin rvflr,tin anrl s;nf-T.
pon.eean(j Sarsnetts 4
Brown Batiiite: and CambricT ; , V
Ladies fancy Handkerchiefs. S
printed and embroiderel Crape do.
Zephyrs and Cashmere v- - do.
Merino nd Thibert Shawls and Handkerchiefs.
Handano, flag abd German 1 i do. T ,
iulian and Barcelona Cravats. -" 'v - r :
New style waist Ribhobs;' , , f v v :
Garniture, ganse, cap; lustring abd satin hlbbcn?,
... cf ; everV descriDliob. : -, , "
Worsted and silk Braids and'saietv Chains. . : v
Lamba; WOol, worsted, Cotton and silk tloslerv.
of everv descriotion. ' . , - ,
Gentlemen's Glqyesdo. Uy .C ; - -Ladies'
silk beaver, castor; and hoskin Gloves
Misses' do:;-.-?; ; :;vo:'-, ?V-...';:'.i
Dmbrellas in great variety.-1. v ; v ? -'i 1
Single and double roller Suspenders ' ' .
Worsted;and Cotton yrdi.?
Sewjng Sdfc,1 Spool Cotton and Trimming of e
. very unnpi'va. Vs-
Superfine and common Sattihetts-
Rose, point, and duffle Blanks ; -
Negro Clothing in great variety: ,
Men's and boVs' seal abd patent leal
' a valuable article. ;
. a . t . - aWw . w . 1 . i -
I narawwc, vuuery ana fastings,' a ffooasscrt.
. r Cut, pressed, moulded ana plain Claas V'are
bf s Cottr! all nomSeru I. ".-t
Spun Cotton, all numbers.
Wire and hair.Sifters
Goshen Cheese; mould and sperm.rCsndIes. ' " "
Window Gtas,, White Lead, and Putty., : . .
S ede , English aud G iman 1 1 on aiid blistere d
Steel; cut and. wrought nailsi rail sizes, Gun- ' ;
- powder. Shot, .Bards .djnutf prirr.2 chew--
ingTpbfcCca, best. Spac'-sL? Srgxrs,.' .Indigo
Madder, Coffperai, Pepper, Ikpice, irurnie-,
Mala: Lisbon i and" Madeira. Vine, f lollantl " -C
Gio, of a;very saperior quality; French Bran-.
: dy, Jamaica and N. E. Rum. London ind Phi ."
ladelphia Porter, hemp and.tgvrCstloa IJji v
h ''"'V i. 4 i'-''i ;" K r". .
Gunpowder, Imperial txl Young Hysca Tcs.
itv oV green . Couee. '; ' . .? " ;
common Shovels and Ton.aI .icd'-
' I Brown slsacbed "Domestic SMrtlnr and
I Pld nd Striped Domestics; &c , ;
almost every other article usually sept o
iry' Goods and Grocery te v
: Oh, Cupid
..;,JUUi5biOct.-22 12?. 7; ; ; - a Q
: n :?yr?vQrr? c.y&v Ja' x A -iscbta. l rsenu.is, ix&.-J"?