THE new Bakery in this City, which was announced a few weeks since in such flaming style and recommended to the public patronage by the Register, having gone down, or rather passed into the hands of a free man of color, the subscriber takes occasion to state that he is still in business at his old stand, where he is prepared to furnish all kinds of BREAD in his line of business. The people here know the subscriber — he is not in the habit of disappointing them; and he now assures them that he will spare no pains to please them and merit their patronage. The question is now put to the Mechanics and citizens of Raleigh, whether they will patronize his establishment or a free man of color. GEORGE H. TONNOFFSKE.
Raleigh, October 1st, 1845.
Weekly Standard (Raleigh), 15 October 1845.