JOSEPH GAIS & SON;
I - .. - . F t. . o. on w' m- halt in lllVlll.Ga 1
At ftw xwio y iiuhi7i r j - , eace upon ms wpoie ; cnaracter. . unlhe
r TVV E JIT IS FM E$TS othar hand hew(ine. a ' maw w ho -lives for
k Ceding .ixm .nPt.?eatly Jiierted 3 the. Vorld supremel v who regard; the
r. ' n'niiw.v, twcntv-five cents for ihins. which are his own; exclusively ;
i tin cs, iwi ( " . - - ;: ..,- i - - .- - t . . ,,
I ,, M.tkV.oatSnn ' those Of
ilmrth in the same nrnDortion....C6MMu- veraatipn and; deportmepf, manifesting no
v,.i;iVPnliv:;rei-elv,ed.,XBTOso Concern for tns COWii immortal intjrcBs I
, , ' x. . w - , I nor for thuse ot hS fellow-nten, and I have
the Editors must tie to$ttain. .. . y evil,eocc enoU2h of ,nis unbelief. of his I
: . -v m-V , pntirff'if-.titntiMn f hif. ftt, KiK. .'w ot
JrmVi:Watonpon oy , . , ..p.
-'A SATIRE FROM. THE SPANISH, , - jewsnuai to sivauon. - v n never ne pro-
Tnrwt that, died tnree aays oiu. . i
vv- triinslatB the following little tatire
from the Did Menwtttidtjhiliz f :
I salute youtyr puerauicunu niu'rii
whim I come to; rest after disagreeable
existence ol three .nays.: i u spp"?c ii
. creature' of so tender an age has tho
knowledge or reuecxion, nou v j uu. ore u
:.d in -order to recount jo you- mv
many t:nresses: that sne sometimes jlook
I Was m maf7imo. , ; t.O inerpase inj miSHir- i
tune tae old woman returned.- wrappeu i
dhnVciotnes and Iigvituresf isuch a man- l
ner that I was Heft entirely vwithut, the!
p ,wer of nottqh. . What pain did I then
suffer I And though I complainoti, no one
paid5 ai attention to my complaints; each
one atttibuVing it; to a rdifferehv;cause? and
t one duf it occur that it arose from ; m y
being so cruelly: trealed.-i In vorder ha
thy niamma niight not be ihcomnioded by
suck 1 i ng ioef or8poil he r bea utj,-as they
said, Iwasdelivered -over to ttie tare of a
nurse,, who, in order to niake mo sleep and
rest uuie nut me'inla kind dfcrib or bx,
gvv ing iiieri ospllatitig mbtion so violent; I
that iu t.u "rtjcu "tny Drain topsy-faryy, anu
tt more I criedthe
wan increasetl the.niotion of the crib, tin-
. ; I Hi j. It., ' 1 ii t rr-.a " f rrOr.1 rn ff"L i h 1 h t S I
cruet t pAation agected ray healihr - a ml
ihcy caUcd irrVwo h
a v ery.Wr in d ispu te agre et o d rnkmtf if,
ta me a bitter draught,! end :bneiiQ;eSi
cius that in few duI warel?a?ed
fibiu ihe ues of lifethe;crib and thVman
a-ht rxations wtiicK :l & eierie need m
fril.f f.'.rt F mv' existence. Xt this
tliirty, a nd by .toy; if fifty ?XS
Mr iSirniino- o" or hi Speeches 6n
1 rel an f; bus no lily a ns we r ed a Ach a rge
bmuahtaauinst hiiniiV'theourserf the
uate,Mhat he had.conr
? iThej;1ionorabte ntjean MrJb
tionoraoiy, or not attjfc
phrase oi uryuen;:
? . Wrhfc 1 videcounty. formerly resident in Raleigh, informed, that no greater delay , will be expveri. Arm; rong o n Fever and Consumption ' .
races w.h!ch.? Many of her next of fen enced at the Hotel, than .t the Stagfe House ; and SS V
Jef impressed: on -fhe tender substance ol Tesideaa dlstance from th pUcef and lda those whowish to repose themselves for a day .vr ZZLwr, 11 V v.
mr brain. Iwaby, accident, bom of a hereby notify all persons concerned, that at the ortwo, wll be sure to find at CtiU a clean ' ;Vh;.ma.n "ther valuable Med. C:d .Vorks
wonnn rich; bat.somevVhat coquetisand expiration of two years from the 1st May, 1829, bed. and room for that, purpose,' Jith the best b sold on the TlYSSnS
hrumin. To this ircnrastan'ce I owe, as prescribed law, -I shall be Teady and wil- fare the market affords. - ' . ti. Lhf 14 -At4b & bON. o
PTntdonht the Short deration of my life ling to'settle thJ said EsUteThe Administra- The situation of this House isone of the most ale.glvOct. 14. . v , :
tjut4lpoW,th tioS of said Estate having been committed to me Peasant in the City, being, immediately north Xavix -CAovnAll 4
the felicity of having died, A hen, 1 by the County Court of SmnviU County in May pf the Capitol, adjacent to the business part of ?flVa,B.. (
first entered intoj lile, rl, was .urprmed to .-".'' the town but Without the influence of the dust , v. , '
hear an alarniirigpoise, and Upon opening - l will attend to alt communications post paid) and inconvenience attending it.- -.;-". 1 rpilEJollowing .valuable -BOOIvS, published
mv evet found inyself in the arms of a which may be addressed to me at Italeigh, N. C. J w now httle more than a year,.snce the Sub- l. -principally for .the. use of: the Citizens of
vnd'iiwlvtk v ?:t. PARKER 'RAND, Adrn'r. -t senber took possession of this Eiublishment, North-Carolina, are constantly kept on hand, for
8? 7i 1! " . ;'n Wake county, 21st .Mai 1829. r 74 6m , hen he found the House ein-rely, but of repair sale, bv the snbscriberi, viz: . A; 7
ed and began to vnp.JAftfl and almost without custom. - He noJhasit in hs The n of lhe Laws of Korth- Carolina; by
aoodaugurj.. Afterwards a gtleman, :.. ORhALfci!- . power to say, that be has nqt only tece.ved en- the late Chief-Justice Tavlor, the late Bartlett
veiy fa?," and of innture rtgeT, tok me, put! ir-wiSH to sell the place within a mile of Hills.
n Vila inpriacdes.- and after having exam-. I ML borough, on which I now reside. 'There are
ined mefuVa brief spaV to see'if hcjcouM 05 jacres about one', half cleared, ten acres" of
reco-nize in me anv of hiWfeatores, he re- Mellow land and the balance in wood. The
jCLwe-. w - a - . . 1 -.x.. imnrnvements arft all new. ami finmhfrl . tn thf
le.8ed;ne .with prtect lr.ditlexence.,; 1 nis f! funnp,chAV .nisit nf o hii;B n.;.
entered a aiuniber. 01 persons crying ou r, 1 passages, closets, &c. a large Barn
M KfihfAnhdri ' After, this; a voting land other necessary Nuthouses- I
in dl tnAlr m in her I veral never failing Springs of the
wr!VriZi:..Althe tract, and a large and ,well
anus. Kiaseu ineniiu , turrcu. n " in i . . ' . . s ,
inenuty uraugut i. owe. uic g i tureyaniai otner time3. - k
b?i f ig with y ou:a nd of ; not-havi og b?eii u;,leigh.' Sept. 14. , ' . . ; 8
wartyre-oy nirses a;ui servucus at. mc, . t s
W hve,r-DVi tedantS at. "J tie nmei vv
. if 3
S nithVvvho )pen-lhe debate ohlthe other Leg'ture with-Hoard, together with the 1am.
Mv'if' - -'XiVWi fiWi '-.iiw v.T tKli lieof those who mj accompany them. ; Early
V1 ?0e S W application is requested, r -S,pt.l0
li'Wthetud disusmn: was pleased to ak : S . : . , ,
Df ne inltermWof zrmiiiim mZ&?&:&QKDXEQr. ; ,:. X ' 'f .
- ' ::r''-T- --v ; i-.v, honor her with their patronage, tnat noex-
.!o me thWqhest.on enall be spared to render.them comforta-
, tii he giwd iil ofnn b!e . r. X'XXkX-XX
UJtr; flic mah I MrsH'has a number at detached rooms.e
woirtfiy to Wul !a hllh tlicilstatioir iuV a sides those in the main building, j fj0
vicissttUifes of public life, not to know how Bbanlers' bvlbe'day'weekv 'month -or yeari
Mrieefc ; Raleigh; Sept: 2. 1829 ,XX: fXXXX
:dnottreserVe;0 X M.XXJTTYt Km.:- XXXXz
1?1 wim ooaru,
; " can appiaua nmri -y Tr C..-, : VfYhV? KING -
v- Y Butwheri sheancftmthind,,-: i:X - " v ?;rrt:-" WA"V?r Tl1?'
; : Ahd shakes herwihgs&cwllVhot stay , 1U1 gM Sept. l89.:yvr4:v;
V m YesSir.;iclov
tiuUrWV i "wirt'L--' nnrr if i hi I T'HE Subscriber has several convenient Bfed I
ySkm 5rt&? Vli lbms detached from hts D well .be,
V the WCrifice nfniyi bead ,td accommciate witbBoard twelve tor
X'XXX'- :CC3X-Xl tXM fifteen Members of the Xenstunlgislature
;'thttn,and with the spirit it Requires, and enclosed lots abundantly supplied with. watef. rl
; wish hot to inquire jwhnt hebelieyes,: ; 6 , ; k f JNO JiTUAUr. " I
Vo ther er vr Sept; JL ft uVr .C . S :? J
rhl benevolent and devoted heart':!
htgconsistent fand!active life,; rFr , only
'ntiine fithcould thus nurifv his affecti
r 'ii'1 . . i ii ..:r '. - tv -.
evercW the world
ana "-exercise .so Transforming an: innu
is semsn .anu, worldly m atl ins con-!
- w-v.r..v ,
bring forward arid advocate as his own, and
-... , . , - . . , i
tnar works Djr love, antl punned the heart, I
and overcomes the world. fc . 'v (i loot
with fireplaces; besides
and Stable i
'here are se
best water on
i 8elj tjlis property on the '.most liberal
either for money on easy credits or. will
excnange 11 ior jegroes or Ycsiern tanas. ,
y"?-" 7 luv
21 .tf '
; , .;
ttOaiWRe n avigation UOtnpany.
TELINQUENT Stockholders in the Roanoke
JLFr Navigation Gompany are requested to take j
notice that, the . -. , . . 1
1st reauisition Of 10 her cent, became due the I
I ; -X - 1st of February 181T
i do -do
10 do 15th February; '1818
15ilo 10th December
10 do 1st September,
10 do 1st Februarv,
10 do 1st January.
8 do 1st February,
5 do 1st January,
5 do 1st October,
5 do 1st February,
4 do 1st March, .;
4 do 1st June,
, 4 do 1st January,
By order of the Board of Directors.
r . A. JOYNER, Treas'r,
Weldon, Sept. SO, 829 151m
Mrs. Delia Haywood
S AVING m.de a large addition to her House,
. will . be 'prepared to accommodate with
comfortable lodging rooms. Members of t he
General 'Assembly, and others, ' who - may call
on her for Hoard,, during the ensuing Legisla-
be prepared to accom
commodate 12 or 15 Members' of the Gen
eral Assembly with Hoard- S!ie assures those
wno.may-tavor per wim tueir, company,' xnai yne
utmost ex rtions shall be used to render their
Raleigh Sept. 2.
DO A II DIN Gr.
V. GEDDVh pre
commodate - eight Members of. the approaching
US. JOHN HAYWOOD is prepared toxac
commHlate twenty-five: or thirty Members
She assures all those who
as-what he views as ind snensab e to his .' t' ,Ders 01 'ne AsaemDiy w.11
.ml olt hirw K;a ......n. ;imrtn I I Per day. Those Who have rooms
i lAl , T . r - . I will be subject to an additional
!. ?nu ui w-airujjuciic. ci . c vc I' favellers desirous of stopping
no raitn, oecaue;, there is nothing witnm 1 are often :misled.ijv enduirine
. - - I j 41. 0 1. jfn, iiuuui will
EX.GLB HOTEt. ; ' .
R. GUlON a most - respectfully returns 4 his
lVJL thanks to the Public, for the very , liberal
encouragement he has received since he opened
this ESTABLISHMENT, and hopes to merit'
.t" L i uf
nc;that in addition to the improvements Already
made, eight additional Rooma Will be completed
y te ensuing Session ot the Iegislature,which
jll enable him to accommodate a lirger number
Members ot the Assembly than tteretc4ore.i
The charffes,as hitherto, will be uniform and
otlerate, via: for a Man and Hdre per.day,
tion to those who wish a separate tkble.'..Ki'-
. , . - . , . . L - ..
a small aam-
charge for them.
at the HOTEL
for the Stair e-
uouse. rrey are ?mtormefi; that t
ie Stages do I
make it their regular,, stopping
Housed nor I
Uation. r As I
is tne Uouse known by, that app
many persona w ho travel in the Stage do stop at
me Hotel, and many otners would, it they could
couragementsumcieni to uistitv tne improve
ments that have been made, but those also thai
are, making, even without that support from" the
Stage. Proprietors which pe believes the conve
nierices, comfort and attention which are to be
met with atthe Hotel deserves, a0ti which has
proven that the Public will give the prefer
c,,vc u ,wci ruuuu nwunc
E. P. GUION.
Raleigh, Sept, 23.
fTIHE Subycribei' infurms his Triehds and
JL Public in general, that he has
of that well known House of Entertainment, for-
merly occupied by Willie Jones, in the city of j
Italeigh, near the Capitol, where I is Table will
b furnished with the best the ' country and sea-
sons attoro, nis.oecis in nne onier, ijnn his rooms
commodious and neat. His Stah.es will be well
cart ful Pstlers
He wui provu!
to shelter Carriages, Gigs, &c. -t lie hopes that
with all these comforts, and his own unremitted
attentions to please Jus guests," to merit and re
ceive a share of public patronage, I
e also hopes
that the Members of the General As
call on him, as his charges will be moderate and
his accommodations good. . . . i
w..-. ROB Eli f PERRY,
Raleigh, Angus; 19. I 2
N. ,B. The Subscriber is preparpd to accom
modate 30 or 35 members of the Legislature
with Board- , He has some of the best Servants
in the Stale. He is also prepared tb keep 30 or
40 horses during, the Session, having good Lots
and Stubles, ; His prices will be niUderate. I . ;
r. , Rl PEURY.
08th Oct. 1829. i v .- :.
i r ; h
, ' Richmond, Fa.
Union Canal Lottery pVo. ;i3.
ro be drawn at Philadelphia, November 14, 1829
... . .. ... i .......
ur.tnti o jjpienciiu scheme,
S30,000 for 810; out
of 30.000 j
i of, 15,000
Beside 8100-90-280 30860
X' u g50S40S30 320 to.:;
V TjCkets in the ahovesplehdid scheme $10;
XXX'K- Halves 1 Jffutereip. vt
i ICoJie1 hid inft! greatest yaiietyj of numbers
atHhle, Managers office where,, no .less than 10
capitals was sold in tjbe.jastlass.f. 'XX-'x-k'
Send all -dur.ordera'Yo -X"":XX- Xy.i
tlXXn?,: : YATES Si M 'INTYRE
A package of 20 whok tickets can be had fot
rwnicn is compeuea to draw yu and
may draw $JiU,WU orxanyrot the above capitals. -i
YA1ES & M'HSf TX l4E, f " ,
JLr ctety wtll be - preached on Sanday the 29th
such Business as shall come before it, wil I be
held in the Senate Chanjber of -the CapitoU on
the following evening at 7 O'clock, when the. at
tendance of the! Members', and 'Others :.whtr.f eel
an interest iu vuc, oiuic cause,, is requested. :
: -JX UALfcS, Secfy"'
ft- . W.--P
- good provender, Attended v by cmeMustice i avios u.gest t me : &ttu:LVv
, &. his House with gdod Servants, wf North-Carolina, relative -to Wdja , Executors
If r.niivvnipnt Mierlt nnrti ivhili I . "- ... . -
; 'The annual meeting, of (ho.Sociey'for, the"' ap I mentW Mrosert lx('i"rH fc 4 V; & Il.- aretiUb receiving ah adlticril t jp-'
pbintinenCof Qfiicers; and for IHe-tranictt bnof I RalVih- NnmhTfbT iR2Qr xr-'.f nlv'bf bms?L;JYed5Cjnes; Piints -J;c tcT.'-wluiii
I- -. j k - f v "PW T7K7TI rr - I mC at Mrs.-Jeter" Taverh, where I may always f lledicme. - . , , -
- 5 xr-., INil N be found., . : . ' YII. rorffcER..: U VILLUi! ?i AYWOOD.
r 4 BaleighOct.Uv' " .31 ef, .I COct. 14tb; 12. . . : . A-
wv!-',,! C' 1 - 1 v ; ; r.V."'- ,' xx :
.4 liERNETHYfS Lectures. 2 vols. V
ijL j Ilorner'si Special U General An tomy, 2 vols
'W.ilUichat'a General Anatomy, A volsJ: : . - '.w
v-; Anatomy and L'atholo'gy ' "'Sm-
- , Doll's Anatomy,' vols. ;'
; , jlJ d He V Morbid Anatomy 'c t ? I '
; Gibson's SMrgery, 2 toIv- !
jllooper's First. Lines of Surgery,T2L voTsw
.'Dw.ees Midwifery:. V' 3 N
Dewees on Females i -"fi ;
1 - do on Children n VV V v
-Francis's Desn' :, 5
Good's Studys of Medicine, -Gregory's
Practice 2 vols.
new edition xti ;
Cullen's Practice.; ,--"; r
r.oinnurgn, : ao a :
Paris' Pharmacologia .- '
Cooper on Dislocation )
EberJe's - do " i do ;
Lawrence' Pliysiolog ;
Magendie's X do s
Richerand's " do
Batemans Synopsis1 r. . '
Hunter on;theHloqd .
ScudamoreT on the Gout
Yancy, and Judge Potter, made under the di
rection of the Legislature of tlie Stated iin two
larsre octavo, voiamea, ; with a full and com
plete Index. ' T--. .-".P v
Vr" rrv"f " ?wn. "C y-f ry"e
Index. ' 1 r- ... il
Haywood's Manual of the Laws offthe. State, ar-
ranged in Alphabetical order, . with an appen
dix,- which brings the . Work to the yearjrl829.
Potter's Justice of the Peace, a riew edition,'
lately revised and corrected, with a number
of new Forms, v and the' Laws - contained in
which, are brought up to the year 1828 1 V
Martin's Law of Executors and Administrators,
(which is Toller's English Work on this' sub
- ject, xmUting,l such parts as are not in force
here, taking the Law as U stood at the settle
ment of this country, and .'introducing'., every
act 'of Assembly of this Stafe which lias laher
ed the Law, and nottcing every adjudged case
wnicu inruws ngni on uie supject. i i nrs e-
uuion - oi me worn was revisea oy.. a
Chief-Justice Taylor. . ' . V" ' '.'(.
and the Distribution of Intestates'. Estates
A Work which combines in one view all the
enactments which have been ' made, on these
subjeeis for a Century past and ; which are
- dispersed in more, than forty statutes.v; .' -
Agricultural Essays, written bv a North-Carolina
Farmer. Allowed bv those. whd'are best car.'
pable of judging, to be.the best book for con
vejing useful information ta the Farmers of
thii State that was ever -published It treats
on the best mode "of improving land,' on deep
and; horizontal .Plbuffhiner : on' the' Grasses
best suited to this State ; on thfe best modes
of raising Wheat, Turnips and Indian Corn ;
ancf treats largely on the raising ot Live Slock,
The Reports of Cases dccidel. in thfe Supreme
Court of North-Carolina, from the; first estab
lishrnent of the Court, when it bot e the title
of Court of v Conference to t
time, which are as fylldws : . ' . -;
, Reports of . the Conference Court, by; ,1).
i i.ameron ao vvni. Duorwooci, pn I vol. :
.-The. Law Repository, by Chief-Justice Iaj-
1 lor, 2 vols. jy-Vi;;?;
Term Reports, 1 vol. by-. li;vpo;:V- f
Murphey's Repoiis ot the Supreme, Court,
Hawks's : Do
: Vol.;.l ;
0 Subscribers will be received for the - Tie j
ports of the Supreme Court Which are publish
ed at the close of each Term at $l 50 per number.
and forwarded by mail to Subscribers -In -any !
part pi i ne -stare. ; - xa v .- ?r
'v.('-'. A- . ''" tnepdfi n i t wet: enwi
Raleighi 1 8 9. ' -- f- .'-.ic :U 26
T ES P ECTFU LLY informs i the . Ps ublic that
a. he h
he has fitted up the! Museum ai a Thej
in a neat ana nandsomei raannefi? wmr
Scenery, Decorations. &.C.
NECf ROES WANTED.
tiawKss ingest ot tne itepon$Q wsesau i:J V irig from New-York and offer for s?,"
1? Collection of the Militia fNorthV .?S-r-? -d!-
his Company and the noyeltyihe shair otter, l " vJ ciiiipcu.nu kick y aiapeocn;' L-o
hopes to, merit the batronage .of:-tenerou$r " '
enlightened Pnblic: MTbe TheatreAWill 6rl ? 150;f ground Fustics XX' i Xr: X '
iia iiir iuin. wuii Lite a ui.u w iir' 4juiiiuiii w - i , ; , - . . j . . i. w -
I -' ..f Himnam. - - . v iirs. lirver. r j. . . .
..... 1'""" 11 . I. - .. .-i'l-j-.' -v .t- m ' f-MT,-5
ihle .Society;; s Ladd. - mxtx, -smx
f ConeV':;-'-Ir iFI r1;.20? "Ss? Germanciid-taUa
rrrHF; highest. prices , in C ASHwill . be giver. ders promptly; attended to. , , . . ,
JL fora few likely YOUKG NEGUDES trurt 1 . . 1 , " r :
15 to -Jo ior males,ancUrom dUlo 20 tor lemaicsj qLWT,1 1V Tl'" VT1
an extra, price will-be given for mechanics.
Persons who wish toTsell wul do well toall
Fashionable Winter Goo J:.
(1AHE leave .to announce td their t. uls ar. I
.a ctisTomers,ahat they re now opening , ; :rl
ill havA ready for "inspection ia'.a few davs. an
entire new S&ch . of Sluple and FasLnulL L'r?
Godtls, adapted to tiie pesent and approach)
season.These Goods having been bought c i
the mosttfarorahle terms-will be dis-csed cf
9MV" .'jiwcsjw HiH.qeiy cDmpeiiUCiV
j 'The ilIoH uioiarticles will
be iuiind a.r
Superfine blue, blnck,v olive, bi own, dralT- and
i ,..i.:.vini.,;t,.. . . .- - '.-
Valencia, fodanett, swansdown, fiorentin ?. mar-
.3f seiueaantt-otner' V esting. . . T
Blue- and . plaid: cambkv tartan and Crro!l.e
t Plaids. , - VC T -v -
English and French Bpmbazinesii Bornbazelt:. v
M ermo-CircassIins, a new article forladies' drers-
SilkAnd Cottoa Velvet; assorted co)oursIV: ' ' ,
RattinettJ srotted,TlanneL banjr-ub. Cord. '
Irish Linen,' Lawns and Diapers., v . ,y r -
-coxcii an Russia xnapers ana sueeiing. -
Furniture -garment and cambric. Dimity. - '
Calicoea, Gingltftms and colored. Cambric,,.". .
Plain and figured S wisa and Mull ilusfin. -"Do
JaConett and book C v dd - v; ;
Cambrics, checked and striped Muslins, r 5 -.
Elegant )lack;and wliite lace Veils.' ; - : :
Bobbinetu gtrnpid,threatl.Lacts; -c : - v
Nankin,' Jtalian,. Canton and -French Crape?, rs-vorted..-
,V-V. -' - '
Istnyri-nne, assorted colours and figures, , a tcv.'
nandsome MjJie of boods ior Iaaies tiresses
1 Am4 1- 1 1.- If otjin. f itc f iri fli
11 hie da-r,r do
Satin Levantwe and SInchaws.
Pongees and ''Sarsnetts;--"."''."' V V v''
Brown, Battiste" and Cnmbric , - ' '
Ladies fancy Ilandkerciiiefs.- .' ,
Printed and embroidered Crape - do. -
Zephyrs and- Cashmere ; -; do
Merino and Thibert Shawls and Ilandl:erchieu. .
Bandano, flag and GeiTnah V ' ) do. . " '
Italian and Barcelona Cravats! --fY. ;
jN'ew style. w"aist-)fjbbpni);"''vt;
Garniture, gaase cap, lustring apd satin Ribb'dr
;-. of every deaCriprton.Xiv:X;; v'
Worsted and silk Braids and safety Chains. ' '
Lambs wool, worsted,co
(fentlemenVGloves,' do. ;V : :
Single and double roller Suspenders. ": .
Sewing Silk.Spdol Cotton' and.Trimmintrs. cf
very-descriMtoh;. ;.?.- XXiX - ' ;-.-:
Superfine and common Sittinetts. Xi; X:? 'i
Rose, point atid duffle Blankets. - C - V . '.
Negro Ctoihing inreatvrie'tyr,i?'x""7--;.
Men's andboys"eal and patent leather Caps.
hoes, of all kinds.vV
Ladies" -arid ge i;tleman's gym elasticj pver-shoe
a vauiaoie article. - ; ' . -. . ; -.
Hardware, "Cutlery and Castinesra ffood assnr't-
Queensware, China and Stoneware.
Cut.-nressed mouldet ahd'nlatn fil ti 'MTfir.
Goshen Cheese. .mould and "snerm. Cinrll-B
Indies' ;silk,teaverjr castorand hoskiri Gloves '
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Misses' do. X XXXtXXX XXX'X
lmbrellas in great variety; t"1' s5'-F .. " i'4v"';.VO V
A gooa assortment oi. Denver, tuT, seal ana wocl
A large assortment of ladles' and : f ge n tlem e n's :
Window Glass," V.tite Lead, - a nd Putty.
Swede;?English I atidGermatvIion blistered 4
. ' Steel, cut and rtroutrht'iiailii.t" ill Hun.- '
.pawucri oiiui, oar iCaU. anuii nnm r ,pw.
X. w. , -l . . . . .....
mg looacco, Dest bpanisr. Sesrars. l ul m-"
i i Madder, Copperas Peppeiy Ailspice.'.Nut meg,---
Malaga. Lisbon and M;.rfiiM' - 1Vm rr.M,,j'
J ' Gin of a'-very superior "quality ,'French. Bi
; dy, Jamaica and N. E. lluai, Londc Van J phi-
, ladelphia Porter, hemp and tow Cotton Ila"-- -
ft- V VW k Am B9 Wat W J flU 1U H Alii I L' - II V k T
Urow ir ana loat b.ug;07 aud Chocolate.
First quality of green' Coffees -;':'; ' '-
$ heeti ngs, a pri m e assort men t .;
lLid aid striped .Domestics, $tc Sec. ,' ,
With almost everv'othfrartir.l itcmqITv" '
; a, D ry Goods a nd GroccTy .Store. : .-: !.
BfbwnSand; bleached! vDOniestlcT.Shirtin-"
: ' v) Uaieign, .OCtC2yo2y..-iT 1 ' ; - 21 3
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: CHEAPER THAK B rER.
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WTlTlLLtAMS Sc HAYWOOD are now receiv-
300' . Turrieniint: Soan '
? Vfif ' V KoBt lirl Sal V&Wj.1 -
f s1fl ltnfV Starch' ' . -
J 100 Black Tapper "v r f " " V a
. -150 ivRace and ground Ginger - X
iippv Allspice r;;0r- -
i "7. doit. Hibbert's London Porter ?; ,
. 3 Boxes bestrAmericarf.Musta'rd, fcr f
v. : :',r;''oy. uie pounq; - s. T -
4"H.j20 Kegs-AVhite-Lcatl X'" "-"'r.
12;BoxeAnidofr . ' ;
;:,o6VlozWine Bottles- - " ; ; o V
r.r .j ;,5QO' .J green Copperas ySi 7.
25; iJSpish Indigo v
K w500 f'O-J'A V.ilrown,4,-M?
i :i 2 Coils" Bale' knd trace Rppe' :;
:?;'X: Bale -Sh6.jlhreadl.rl;i-.' :t XC -'-?
raakes their assortment very complete.
PbysicHns suppiH a on 'god terms and all. qv-
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