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EWBERJf ; C. SATATIinAY. W.CEMtt titt 28, 1822.
31AllYLAjNX STATE LOTTED.
S - ! COHEN'S OFFICE, 114, market-street. 7
t, v i Baltimore, Nov. 18, 1822. 4 J
Ub Viavp the treasure to announce, that in consequence of the already extensive sales
.-T;Lf in hf SrAlL LA-H LIl9uic urawmi' will ic;ve pi-in?.oii iiauy s
r. A ,r nKi'.EMRER.'w the City of Baltimore, and will be completed in ten draw-
.. .inHpr the tnnerimenuance ui uc suuiiuimiuucis duuunuru uv mc wuviwwi
anJ Council. .-rV' V-V .' -.v ": ' - ; ' ''tw . V-'V'V TC-
THE CAPITAL .PRIZES IN THE STATE. LOTTERY ARE; : .
50.000 Dollars. I I 0,000 Dollars. ;
10.000 Dollars.. .. 5,000. Dollars 3,000 Dollars'.
U not near TCO tSianXt la friZZ. lUC uwiaw wc. t I ibu, miu uu ajr auic iu -SI.
Whole Tickets, $10..Iialves, $5....Quarters, 50..;;LfGHTHs, $1 25
To be had id the greatest variety oi Numbers at A
Atld for sale by Pasteur Watson
Tmted Slates Calendar,
For the Year of our Lord
)i!ed fro hi authentic Documents.
i the Rev. Colin 'BP Jeer.
Nov. 30, 1822. "
The Subscriber offers for sale low for
CGshf or in exchange tpr Cotlon, j
TfinO 1K$ JAMAICA COFFEE of
the first quality, j , 4
TOOOS. ST. DOMINGO, DiltoJ
Dec! 7, 1S22 tf.
ORorosALs for building a POOR tiOUSE
- 4iif ); recfivpd by the Subscribers,
vv"o areyppomtuJ a Committee for that
COHEN 8. . '
ff TtttPrU find. rL JTCititir C" w M-O . liu. jhim ni nil IU) Ullll"( t , ) i A
W here in the two last State Lotteries, -Were sold the great Capital of 40,000 doll, to receivi everv itWofmation relative to the
.enileman in Albemarle County,; rtriwza- me io,uuu uoiis, 10 a genwetnan in
1 Lancaster, OAio: besides no less than SEVEN CAPITALS of 5000 dolla rs each, to
wr'ui parts of the Union. - - ; V . '
In addition to the above.the unparaueled success attending distant Ail venturers
at COHEN'S OFFICE, wasaain evidenced in the Alonu:nnt .Lottery which wju.
c.,;hpd last montli -the TWO II KUI EST CAPITALS, and numernn others, .vere
L.I.J at COHEN'S, viz.: No. 17975, thei great capital of 30,0 -Moll in a Whole
Ticket toa gentleman ol Jlexanana .o.oos, inecapuii oi ;i.u.muoiis. m snares,
IqqP n ill OWIIfMl 111 l'rUtA, "w I' 7 , " "
aan of Philadelphia ' i
'ORtERS from any prt of the United States, either by mail, (post paid,) or b
saaie, on application to
- I WILLIAM HOLLISTER,
WILLIAM IL S'l lKET,
STEPHEN B. FORCES. ,
?rpt. r nh, IS22. ,34Jf ;
A good opportunity. The Proprietors
of the i Gbm rt er and (Hazcffe, wili .seli a
-I. t:. . i.' i. "
ronmanre. inclosW the Cash or Prizes m any of the B.Inmore Lotteries, will ) .T'","1 1 ,,l4U"s
Inett the same prompt and punctual attention as if on personal application, addressed to
J I. COHEN, Jr. Baltimore.
COHEN'S " Lottery Gazette and Register," which i published every Week.4
il)contain the Official List of eachdrawing ;and will be forwarded throughout the
Lottery, gratis, to all who purchase their Tickets at COHEN'S OFFICE. Those
bo wish to receive the drawings will mention, it when they send on their Orders.
BAtTfMOWr, Aor. 18, 1822.
Deereu, CUesVer & Ormej
T PENDING to close their concern as
II soon as convenient, request all per-
wns indebted to them either by Note or
Accourt to come forwatd and settle the
lame. Any kind of Ccuntry Produce will
2e received at fair cash prices, or note
3P?otiable at either of the , Banks in New
rn. I hose who do not in a reasonable
lime avail themselves of thi notice, must
Jrxpect a more unpleasant one.
Drcenber 7, J822 740tf.
A SOUR ARTICLE.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE, I
1 Z BARRELS CIDLK VliNLUAK.
..... . jnm kTr '
W IL.L.1A U uun.i. i
Dec. 7, 1822 '46 4 w.
iHlROM the Subscriber, on the 9th inst.
IS? a Negro Man-named MARK, alias
blark Ralph. He is about tJ feet high,
PO years old, a Carpenter by trade, and
idongs to the estate of William Shepard,
ceased, late of Newbern, in which place
and its neighbourhood he is well known,
Jand where he is probably lurking. He
ias a wife in Washington I
I All reasonable expenses inrurred in
pprebehendiog and committing him to
wUrtho io.li nf Newhem or Beaufort
.County, or delivering: him at Belle Voe,
Pitt County, will be cheerfully paid by4
SAMUEL LATHAM. ;
Nov. 21, 1822. '463w. j V'
WILL BE SOLD,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
(TO CLOSE A CONCERN,)
On Saturday the 4th of January next,
Of not previous! disposed of at private sale,)
THE ELEOANT, UNEQUALLED,
Fast sailing Pleasure Boat,
: Public Notice
IS HEREBY GIVE that the Part
nership existing under the firm of
Jarvis, West & Co. r
John Speooe West,) will be dissolved on
the 3 1 st dav of December nexV; .-and it is
earnestly requested that all persons indebt
ed to the said concern, will come forward
and make settlement and those to whom
the firm h indebted, are requested to pre
sent their claims for payment.
Newbern, November 29, 182 ,' 45.
nient iri .this place;
From the many advantdes in point of
local situation, with th extensive.pairon
age ihis paper.now possesses, it promises to.
be ere lonz, one of the mist pi-ofitable'
Journals prinkd in the State, and at the
same time, to afford a good, field tor the
disphy of useful talent. ' Tta inan tf s.ime
capital, practically 'acquainted .with tin; de
tails of a printing office, such an opntn tu
nny stjldom occurs.
Further information may be obtained, by
letter, ad dressed to James -Saw ell Fayette- j
viMe. Ni t'. Fayettecille, fcw. 'Zl
iVoUce As VcrcT5 gieu, J
That the salle of Jarvis, West & Co',
STOCK of goods;
advertised to commence on the 1 st January
ensuing, will not take place, in consequence
of Rlr. West's interest in said GOODS
having been disposed of by private contract
WM. HOLLISTER, E.
of Jno. S. IVtst.
MOSES JARVIS. ! ;
Dec. 14, 1822 M7tf.
NOTICE IS FyRTUER f3IVE
THAT he has purchased trie right and
interest of Mr. John Spence West,
dee'd. in the STOCK OF GOODS as ad
vertised in the. Sentinel under date of the
29th November last in consequence of
which, the sale by auction will not take
place ; but those who think proper to apply,
will be accommodated with such goods at
may be on hand at the time, at private sale,
on the most liberal terms. s
December 14; 1822. , M7tf
. . - . '
Flour, Whiskey, &c
C. M4C. L C. B. CHURCHILL
Have just received from Philadelphia
w AND OFFER FOR SALE, ,
AT THEIR &T0RE, OLli COUNTY WHARF,
30 fils. Supcrfuie Flour
20 do. Apple. Brandy,
20 do. Gin & Whiskey,
20 do. Navy 'Bread,
10 boxes Soap, (yellow)
20 do. Cdndles, mould & dijfd,
10 Firkins B alter,
20 Kegs (tun-Row dcr,
20 Boms Codfish, &c. I
They contine to keep a general assort
TT 1 n l1 e 1 force since tbe 1st instant, and will continue
MardWCire, O XltlCry Unci- n operation until the first of May. There-
lore, all horses found at large rn the street
after the 14th inst. will be dealt with accord .
JAS. A. MMAIN, v
THE inhabitants of Newbern are re
minded that the Ordinance of the
Commissioners, to prevent horses from run
ning at large in the streets, has been in
all of which are ofiered at reduced prices. l ing to law.
Dec. 7th, 1822
'. HAS JUST RECEIVED,
(Per schooner Comet, from Philadelphia,)
V AT HIS STORE,
Next door below T. W. Pittman's,
AN EXTFNSIVK ASSORMRNT OF
MEN'S, YOUTH4S, Sc CHILDREN'S
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MKN's, WOME.V3
BOOTS & SV10ES,
J OF. EVKRV DESCRIPTION.
1 All of which were made at the most ap
proved Manufactoiies in Philadelphia ; and
are offered for sale at reduced prices, for
Cash, or Country Produce.
Nov. 23, 1822. M-lif
, HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
A Jew boxes Mould Candles,
Tit for faiiiily use 6 i 3 to the it.
Casks'Cut Nails, 4, 6, 2d.
i AND S? VRRAL. KKGS
Richmond Manufactured Tobacco.
' Together with a variety of
SL ITAHLE FOR THE SEAsCN,
Among which are, several pieces Pnrtei
Sheeting,; a good siibMkute for Cf)TTO
liAOOLNG. -Which they olTer for sale
on the lowest terms.
Nov. 30. 1 S2 Mr) if
22 feet keel, built of the
best materials, and cop-
pt fastened ; together
-with an excellent suit of
$.ls.consUtinof Mainsail, Foresail,stand-
i and nVmf Jibs: and lour very goool
Ors For further particulars, apply to. the
Printers. December 12, l322.-,47-5
O- To evince their unbounded confidence
er u;erioritv , the o nets of the Dandj
'liUenge any bjat of her dimensions im
'to r ant other State, t sail from SrwA
-t tr, JYinstoCs Pnnt and back, Jon
He has received by the Schooner Caro
tin e. from Philadelphia. -an additional
supply of HATS, forming a'preat variety,
imone which are the latest and most ap-
proved fashions. C ountry Merchants ana
others, who may wish to purchase by
whoh'Sale, can obtain bargains at this es
la lishment. Dec. 7. .
TJ Hl'.NUaiSO DOLLARS-
Ntwbern, Dec 14, 1S2-J.
FOR SALE BY THE SUBSCRIBER,
360 Acres of Land,
Five miles above Newbern; lying be
ween Neuse and Trent Roads, in the
1 New House & half Lot
In the Town of Newbern,
known by the numbers 288 and 289
opposite John Jones' Esq.
Half the front of Lot
X O . 21, .
on the south, aide of Front-street, ex
tend i-cr to the channel.
For terms, which will be accommo
a - i !
I datiug, apply to ,
: ' John K. Uooa.
exercisesof ihis Institution will
-commence on tn- last Atonoay oi
tiie reent mouth December, in which
will he tautj'it n branches of science osu
allv -.taught in similar.-.institutions,-viz.
Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic,
English (jrammar Geography, iVstrouo
my. all the higher branches of Mathemat
ics, the Latin and Greek Ciassicks, Com
, Terms of tuition for Spelling, Reading,
Wilting and Arithmetic, 4 50 per quar
ter ; all other branches $'5. j
Good Board can be obtained in private
families for from $5 to $ 7 per month.
Every attention will be devoted to the ad
vancenr.ent of the Students, and every par
ticipation in vice and immorality, speedily
Per order of the Trustees,
! GEORpE EVANS, Sec'ry
Greenville, December 14, 132247 6
STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA
Court of i Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
November Term, A. D. 1822.
Calrin P. Sanger and'
FOR SALE, j
Upon accommodating terms,
TRACT OF L S I), supposed to
cunia'm four or'' five hundred acres
lyinjr in 'Jones County, j upon White oak
River, and adjoining thejlaml of Edward
Jones,"' Esq. The land is "xcellent for
Corn and Cotton indeed it is among the
mot valuable in this section of country.
It i.in good order, and there is to be found
upon it many Springs, I wo lor three, of which
turnish'excelle'.t water. A bed of Manure
discovered upon the margui of the . river
supposed from its composition and experi
ments to he Shell-Marie. 'invites, the atten
lion of the improving Farmer, who may.
have capital. I his bed extends along the
river a considerable fjisfnii' e.
For more particular iuhnnialion, inquire
of the Editors of the Sentinel.
Newbem, Dec. 7, 1 822. '46
r appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, that the defendant is not an in
habitant of this State ; it is ordered, that
publication; be made in the Carolina Senti
nel, for three months, that said defendant
appear at the next Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be held for the said
County, at the Cojrt House in Newbern,
on the second Monday in Frebruary next,
and rer levy 'or plead to issue; or judgment
will be entered against him Attest,
i JJU1S G, STABLY, Clerk.
. Have received from New-York,
AND ARE NOW OPENING
,2t their Store on Pollok Street, opposite the new
I Brick Church, '
AN ADDITIONAL SUPPLY OF
AMONG WHICH ARE
; Hosiery, . Cotton & Wool,
Point ditto. '
. Ladies Straw Bonnets,
Gentlemen's Imitation Beaver
Roramfr Wool dittOy
I . ALSO, ;
A FEW KEGS FIRST QUALITY
AND A QUANTITY OF
Newbern, December b, 1822.
2C)l Dollars Reward.
RAN A WAY from the Subscriber on
the 19th of October last, a Negro
Man named GEORGE, (commonly calPd
George Fewclothes.) He is a stout well
built ; fellow, and very( black, 32 or 33
years old. ' Also, oif the 24th ult. a Nero
Man named PROVIDriNCE, of common
size, and yellow complexion, about the
age of George. .
I will give the above reward of Twenty
Dollars for the apprehension and deliveiy
to pie or securing the said Negroes in Jail
o jihat I get thein again, or Ten Dollars
fori either, il taken separately. I
Vl' ' LrjwiS BRVVN.
Sloomfield, Lenoir wunty, 15, 122
Dec. 10, 1822..,47Jf Town Sergeant.
A BLUE SILK UMBRELLA, .with
buck horn handle very little worn.
The finder will please leave it at Mr. Ilalj'a
Book Store. Dec. 14.
NEWBERNi PRICES CURRENT.
Glass 10 by 12
r- 8 by 10
- country bar
- r Swedes ,
Shingles, 22 inch
do. R.O. do.
do. W. O. bbl. !
t. Headlng,w o.hhd,
ground in oil
Oil, Castor !
Naval Stores, Tar
; ; Turpentine
. do. Spirits
Pork, cargo ' ;
- - mess
Peas, Black eyed.
i - w. i.
1 ' American
- 1 Fine t
Suear, Loaf I
', Lump '
German : '
- - Port!
Per P. C.J P. C.
lb. .10 12
'. 25 ' 33.
32 35 .
;all. 2 20
45 so :
cwt. io II
lb. 27 i 29
cwt. 13 14 r
bbl. 7 8 50 ;
bush- 80 "
lb. 40 45
?all. I 25 1 40
50 ft 6 25
4 50 5
l 7 ' :
. 5' : '
M ft. 14 . 16
8 50 10 j
18 20 !
1000 1 50 1 CO
. 7, : 10
7 10 ,
cwt. 9 ,
ig - ;
. 17 18 ...
2 25 3 50 r
hot 'I. 1 25
gall. 1 25
bbl. 1 15 I 20
A 50 I 75
1 10 1 25
bbl 12 50 '
ct. 3 50 4
gall. I I 10
bush. :70 v 7
lb. la 20
IG 18 .
cwt. 10 3
lb. 10 15
gall. 3 ' i
1 6M 1 73
1 Go 'J.