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3Sfufery Seedsmen. Philadelphia,
" jfVFf fl for sale an extensive and well selected
Hssortmect of FRV1T TREES comprising
.4he most celebrated and desirable tarietie of'
a making the wlechori-pf the kinds cultivated
Tv tnem tor saie, reierence nag toeen nau iu u
especial manner, to inequality and tune ot ripen-
' ing, so as lo obtain a iregMiar succeson Qi jgopa
- fruit excj ud ing Vll such as werej not really wpr.
thy of cultivation having carefully pursued this
course, they offer the selection' td the public with
the fullest-confidence. " ' I r '
The ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT is e-
uall v Jworthy of attention. Tie collection -of
beautiful plants, both hardy .and those winch re
quire th. protection of the parlor, is not excelled
i in the Union, and the prices at which they'are of
fered, far below those demanded at other stab
lishmen4s. vf vj Y' ?' '- '. ' VC
ID Priced Catalogues may be ad gratis of the
supscricer, by whom oraers are; reciyeu.
: " Sept. 20 tl a
Coniucfei fiy an Assoiatio i oj ' Physicians. 7
4 Health the poor man's riches, tue ich man's bliss."
. . ". . ,' ' ..
THE primary jobject ith thej conductors of
time Journal of Health, is' toj point but the
means of preserving! health arid preyjittiiigdiseae.
To attain this all clashes and botli sexes shall be
addressed, in a iStyle iaroil.fauranb ' friendly,' and
tritji an avoidance of such professional terms and
allusions as would in any way oospore the subject
eralnrm ihe most fastidious. 'The fruits of much
reading, study, aod,careful observation, "shall be
plat ed before tbeni, so arranged and applied as
to condnce most eflScaciousIy to t H'efr bodily com
fort and men'al tranqiiility7."' To vj hatever proFe'sI
sioii r tailing they may belong, the readers of this
Journal will find'preceptl suscegtfcle of jralujable
applicauon. Air, food, exercise the reciprocal
operation of mind and body,' climate and locaji-
ties,' clothing and the physical edbcatiotf of chil
dren, are topics f permanvo' anni pervading in
teret,, with the'discusslori and! elucidation of
which the pages pf the work will be mainly filled
itECOMMftNDATlONS OP TiSe WOBK
VeTwnpfove of jthe plan on which the' poblica
tian.entitled the .Jourual"of Health." is conduc
ted, and believe, that it is alculatjc"d to be useful,
by enlightening public opinion an a subject oi'
high importance to- the welfare or society; , J I he
numbers' which have appeared, evince talent, and
may be viewed as a pledge of the continued use
fulness of the publication, while conducted bv( its
present editors rWeheretoFe, feiel no hesitation
' an reoommendnig it to pui.itc pationage
, Philadelphia, Oct. 13. 1829.
IS. Chapman, M. It.
V:n.'P. Deees, M. D.
Tho ;.-James, M.rD.
VVm, E Horner, M. D.
Professors in Unive
John C. Otto, M. D.
Thos. T1. Hewson,' M. p.
Franklin Bache, M. P.
Rev. Jaroe Montgorarry,
Hector of St
V Wm. H. Pe Lancey.
Provost of the
University of Pennsylvania
H B. Bi Smith, Editor of th
"Recorder, and Rector of Grace chinch
I G. T. Bedell, Rector of St. 4nitrew's church
Jainefs Abercrumbie. D.P. As1staiit Minister
,t Christ church and St- Peters
4 George Weller.
Jackson Kemper, Assistant Minister ofChrist
, church and Peter's
, Thomas H. ShJnner.P D. PaStor of the Fifth
. . Presbyterian church. " ,
- V William ' M Engies, Pastor o
, Presbvterian church.
the j Seventh
John H ughe, Pastor of $t. Joseph's Caibo
; ' lie church. 1
Michael Hurley, Pastor of
" Wmi H. Furness, Pastor of the
grevatiotial church. '.
W. 1; Brantly, Pastor of the First Baptis
.church, nnd Editor of the Columbian. .Star.
" Joi.niL. Dagg-Pasior of Fifth Baptist church
' blomon H logins, Pastor of, Che Meihodist;
- scopalUHionchurchi h , f
' Manning Force, Pastor of St. George's
" Alethodtsi Kpiscopal church.
In addition to the above, the names of . a num
ber of highly tstemed members of the tltff:.ret
professions) 'who are subscribers to the work,
xnit'itt'be'adduceid. as expressive: of I he .estimation
In which 'it is held . With one yece, this public
pre, from one end of the'eontinent to the other,
' ba ktn of the Journal of .Health in terms Qi
q. eiiivocal commendation. '
. terMs.1 , "
TftE JaoR.t. Q3f H e a tTH; will a pear in Num
hers of 16 pages.ACh octavo, on t le "second and
fnurAif ednt sday s of every ; moot i. Price per
snuum, $1 25, in advance.' " Sabicriptidns and
Communications (post paid) will be 'fc&ived by
Judah Pobson, Agent, No. 108, Ches'nut-street,
' PMlrlefphia.1.-- ' 'vj.cl. -jcH
" subscribers at a distance will difjsover, lhat the
ditbculvy ii retntiting the amount 'Of a singte sub
lCfptiH will be obviated by ny jfour of them
' sending on five dollars to the agent. -v Those to
Whom tiis may n of be Convenient; jran receive 16
nu ubrs'of the worK by " remitting a dollar to the
The Journal of Health, inciudiog. the index,
. WH fo ra 4t the end of the year a jrolume pf 400
ipAgesJoctavd;-; 4f ; , '" .'!' '.' p
Aoihtsw--- J- Dobten, t08 Cbesnnt-Elreet Phi:
ladeJphia iin'mfe&Ciln&w ifillidti
Burgess 97 'Foibit strWj(, Nw YifrHjj Carter
HerMee. Jiston ; inomas treason, xxewuem and
' in most of she. town of tbe United gtate..
WA u A t irom ine snnscrioer, ai rieasapt
JLV Grove, Johnston co.iuty( some 'time' past,
two negro meat VIRGIL and SOLOMON. tVir-
dl is of dark c'omptexibn. spare built,' about six
feet high, thify-five years of age speaks sfoW, and1
when spoken to has a down look.aiid seems much
figitaled i tan.ot- surpfiSei'No ; pairticular
piark- recollected. Solomon is inclihed to be of
a copper colour, nuoui uve iee.i eignt or ten incnes
hij;h, hbbt'fifty y ears of age, Sj.eaks 1ow, in in
teliieent and: Brtabsiblei- antf" 'professes Ito- be-i
christian s bisleeta Tare' rouch'dcavecf; "before.
nas a wir uioui'i, ui icii riiu iunras nave jne
; appearance of haying been burned c'hJs! thninbs,
iitising Jii hands .u.q-.ve!fa,tl)e;ntailt. oi
. ms uaiiQsanu leeittDnesr to Df snmra witn n
V tetter. He may be luyklie1 fotor abbot Newberri!
i 'OTt Uiegypt PJantAti&hy0f John tVasbing'ton,
f ttearTorrBkrnyeli: Cayeii contyifi fiebd
tnay apprehend and tdge lhem
et QmAl&? bfiejbllafsf
mm ' t. -.
a wi If. at tba plantation, bejoneingi forMr WslhM
1 wilt iro melaboWft
Sept. 27, lfe2S 4itf
4 ... 'toe. , - ...
5'- : , J- " -1 -
FAMtLJ? PHYSICIAN J
5 Dt5ASES; OF THE PNITEP STATES, 5
VVitlj their Vymptom!, causes, cure, and means oj
prevention : common cases in Surgery ; -the" 3
; management and diseases of Women and . .
iouaren; a uispensatoTy,ior prepa-
il rig Family "Medicines; and' a ; ""
Glossary explaining Tech-
, nical teims--lso, the , ... , ::
.The Sevinlh.Editionj H
Revised,en!arged, very considerably improved.
On the important subject of oomestic medi
cine, many books have been written, which,
tho'igh excellent in other respects, have ' ffreatly
failed of usefulness to Americans i because tbev
treat of diseases which, existing in very, foreign
climates and coT&nlutions, must widely differ from
ours. The book nov-ofiered to the public has
Ihefeforthe great advantage of having been
written by a native American, of Imtg and suc
cessful practice i the soBtbern states, nd who,
for years past, has turned much of his attention
to. the composition of it.
To every family, more especially those in re-
uiuic Biiuaiiuus, me possession oi tnis do k must
unquestionably, be of incalculable value ? fur,
toiraucieaoy shot a guiae, n win not-tie pre
sumptuous to saj that any person of tolerable
capacity, and reasonable attention, may be ena
bled to practice with; safety and advantage, in
those cases of simple diseases most incident to
bur climate. - ''-: '
i RE COMIHEND X TIONS.
fn testimony of ihe-merits of this work, th
low m a, commendations, by
some of the most
idistiueuished medical characters of the United
i States, are iuserted. ,i, 1 , j
j ; " . -iBaUintori. Nov. .18,. J8221
Dear Sir: I have boen truly gratified i ihe
perusal ot the Sixth Edition of your ' Medical
Cdmpanion, or Family ' VJkysician '! j
The improvements made in this new impression
of , your work, compared with the former editions.
are, indeed exlenive, and important Independ
ent of your haying enlarged considerably on dis
W generally , you have introduced additibnai
patter; which" greatly en liaucs its value. Tjhe
ntroduction of the; Nurse's Guide, as-ials the
treatise yu liave given on ihe management of. jfe
malf complaints, vvill have the jmos't happy eflVcts
in correcting, the gross errors daily committed by
ignorant persons, and thereby save many valua
ble lives. ; ; ' - :-. : : I
I do not Jiesitatc to say , that St his new edition' of
your Medical Companion, is decidedly the best
popular treatise on medicine, jtht has ever been
published and considering it, as I verily do, a
safe and useful uide.for heads of families, as well
as for young" practitioners of medicine. 1 take
mueh pleasure in recommending it to the atten
tionf of our fellow citizens, both in town and
(-country. : 1
1 will only add. if your book meets with that
encouragement, to which it is justly entitled, vou
will very soon be called upon, by the public, for
I am, dear sir. with' much respect, your friend
ana servant, . .
COLIN MACKENZIE, M. P.
Dr. James Ewtll.
Philadelphia, August 13, 1816.
fim; i: -.nave ;o Ker over, with somp
care, the copy Of the Whird Edition of the r Mid
teal pompanton "-which you dwl me the favor to
present tu me. ;
By the additions and revisions gtvep to this
lew impression ot the work, it is no only enlar
ged, but exceedingly improved. -
After stating no ranch, f nejd hardly repeat an
opinion, which I publicly expressed ou a former
occasion, that I consider it, as indisputably, the
most useful popular treatise on medicine with
which I am acquainted. . "
Compared with the European Books of the
same nature, it has, especially in relation to the
treatment of the diseases of our -own country, a
very decided superiority.
1 trust that the success of . this literary enter
prize may be equal to your , very generous and
benevolent disposition. ' i
Whh great respect. I am, dear sir, yours, &c.
V f - ' N. CHAPMAN, M. P. '
n ".j . Philadelphia, December3l, 1807.
. Pear'Sib.; 1 have, caieiully perused your
work, The Medical, Companion and take much
pieasure in expre&stne: my entire. ;innrobaliori of
the plan, and ot the utility with which you liave
conducted your inquiries. Your book cannot
ail to be a yery acceptable present to the public
in general, and especially to our own coiintry-
nen I am really ot opinion, that you are en t
iled to much praise for ihe pains which you have
initcn in luiuisuiiig: uqi wiiu ii itui u, uc WuRI ail
which has lomg been'eiperienced among us.
; ; u; jtout iriendi 6ic. mv. ;. . - tr-v -
. B. S. BARTON, M. P..
V ; Professor of Materia Medico, Natural
" Hiitoxy and Botany.
' Dr JamesEwelt: :- '
h- p "'' Charlesloni May 7, 1808 s
-PxAftlSiR: Your Medical Companion" con,
ta'ms much useful knowledge in a small compass,
and js particularly adapted fo these states. Famil
Hes remote firr medical aid,' wiir find their ac
cotint in 'fHssessing a book which describes dis
eases so platnlj, and prescribes for them so judi
ciously ; as bid fair to save aluahie lives, whic b
oUierwise might be losik. r i h-.-v.
r. Vopr iost obedieui servant,.. . .
."''',,'' 'Vi,:,-! "AVIP RAMS AT, M. P
i A'few copies for sate at the' Book Store of ,;
AW A YtW Jan. last, 'Negro'Matf named
well known? an :and.abottt:Nevern as ; House
Painter, !, He formerly .belonged to Mr.f WarrH
Kilpairick, of whom I bought hinv He. is about
IOyears of age;of idaikc,pmiexion,, stout and
ell made,1 feet;' "7 ot 8 inches lilgband has
Mr Uaac Taylor rs plantation o r i'k.1 Pi e wbern, he
is.probably; lurking , .The above? reward wiU be
paid fbr. hia apprehension and JSafe . coo&nemeiit
in Jail; And if in Vhe.act of taking him. he should
resnind be Killea f wlll not' hoidthe pefsoD so
killingi responsible for his Talae? 1 X t ?"
1 ; e V: J i ?"i HENHY'JI. MITCHELL,
i Newfeero, Octoher.J3r,-.1829.!r;
ND committed? to 4 he Jail of Craven County f
' .Ark fW.. IT.Man , . V 1 I c
h me is Jbft Corpeneff alias. 4 braham, th a t h e
f Jreeand a native Of Fairfield CQuufy , Connec
wwif n is aoout o leei ju incnes nigp ; or
i2 year.of g!,''6f Hirht conipleiiobTand bad on
f hehtakefiiight aofadifsttclcWtbiri. f-FroMhe'
odtradiet6ry tninper in -which he i accounts for;
himself, there. it litUe doubl. but he -Lf a. nma way
f TH b nof lfr,papers
a.e.rrPro(fflng.t0ba pass,, which is bVlieyed
be, a forgery- The owner, if any . is requested
eoiiie forward, prove property; ' pay -Icharges,
and Ufy iahj VisWminfiMU4nl'Uiii
' , ; JOROXN S. CARR0W, Jailor.
- Newbern, August 22, 182Vt
aVIi w m m
I LU W sold at Public Sale, at the
Court House in Kin8tun; on JTus;day
thefifti day tf January ttext it being the
Tuesday ffffcenoir County Court, ! all he
4; AN I) neldhginilp the late ? 'Wnifliii
15LACKLKDGE, in the pounty1 of' Inir.;.
A iWdng tlhfejLari 1pi,.te
one qf theirei Plantations on Neuse EfVe?,
long knovM as ihe BTackledge 'Plantation
j The lanr wiir he sold ioLoi toutt pur
chasrsas ; it can be conveniently ditidied
in jo riJiTe'rent plantations. fc 'f ! . .
ermsopSale.--- A iiheraj credit wjll be;
U. yen jt'.N, shortest period,' twq'y ears J the
if nctli of credit to vfv with the suni to be
paid. .Ktiies ,drawiig interest froin?the date.
and, payable to the Uuardian ol several pr
HiU be requied. Gopd personal
security, jor a lien on, the Land, or both, to
.bt. (;iven,at.the option ol the 5ubcribrs. -The
terras of bale will be more particularly
declared on the day of sale. '
The subscribers will attend at the-Plan-tHtion
us thf 30th of November, to show
the Premises to any person desmius o'f pur
cltsineV and will ut that time sell, at private
sale, should any person desire to purchase.
Persons are how living on the differer.
Tracts, who will show them to any person
desirous of viewing them before that tim
Should a private sale of the Lands be efiVc
ted, due notice of it will be given
B. F. BLACKLEDGE, Ex'r.
N. B W HI I FIELD.
October 17; 1829 ,
SILK. C O TTON T KOOLLEN ' YiNG AND
THE Subscriber returns thnnks to the inhabi
fants of-tVewbern, and th public generally,
for prt-1 tavors, und hopes by assiduity and wtten
t ion, to merit a couliiiuarect-; having b.en at a
ciMisiderrlble expense in fining up Lis establish
ment, he hopes to receive that shar- of pubhc
patronage which is due from a u enlightened pub
lic. Gentlemen's garments ol every description
scoured, dyed or renewed in colour to appear
almost cqnal to new. Ladies dresses, peliseg,
feathers, gloves, curls, ribbons, shoes- dyed
to any color or shade of coloK- Having been ena
bled from ast favours to procure a copper cyl
inder from the nortb, which is heated by means
of a steam boiler, for ; the purpose; pf nnihiyg
Silk?, he is prepared ro execut them in as supe
rior a style as at any other establishment the
Unron. 'Merino, and other Shawls. 'scoured r
dyed without injury to the borders, and made to
appear equal fo new. ; Military uniforms, wings,
epaulets, embroideries, fc.c cleaned and renewed
in color, made to shine with metallic brilliancy to
represent either gofd or silver. ; !,
rersons residing in the country that manufac
ture domestic -cloth, composed of cotton and
wool, will find it to their advantage to manufac
ture it in the raw material, Si send it to this sta
blishment to have it dyed aud finished, as it can
be made to i appear almost equal to imported
cloth. , i
N. B, Particular care should- be taken in as
sorting the wool for making good - cloths, to pre
vent its appearing in stripes after. being wove.
Netcbern, Nov. 21 1829 H "
W FOB SAI4E.
AlFEW pouutls of fine Lambs Wobt. -of rari
ous colors ftpply as above. i
HK PROPRIETOR of the ab -ve Line, hav
ing lately procured new and commodious
Stages, and ad led several first rate Horses, with
steady and accommodating Drirers, and having
also obtained the best stands tor the comfort and
convenience of Passengers. - hopes, to be' enabled
to give entire satisfaction to all those who may
favor him with their patronage. y
The rat fs of Stage Fare are as usual viz:
from Raleigh to Kewbern, and from Newbern to
Raleigh, "seven dollars, and for any less distance
sn cents per mile. Passengers travelling thrpugh,
will please pay their stage fare at my house, four
miles from Raleigh ; Way Passengers (who may
ttot pass my house.) will settle w it h ihe Driver,
in advance- Applications for seats may! be made
to Mrs. Ann Dilliard, sign of the Cross Keys, : in
Raleigh, and at Mr. Joseph Bell's, or to my stage
driver, Furna Conley, in"Nei bern. This Line
of Stages leaves Raleigh every Tuesday,;' at 10
and Fridays at 2 P. M., and arrives, in
Newbern on Thursdays and Sundays, at 2 PM
Leaves Newbern every Wednesday and Saturday
at 8 A. M.arid arrives in Raleigh the following
fiidays and .Mondays at 10 in the morning Bv
lieving the present tq be preteroble to aay previ
ous arraugement, and that it will, better than any
other that can be adopted, confribute to ihe con
venience, bf travellers, the Proprietor will Use bis
endeavors .to give it permanency, by preserving
tjhe Line in its present improved condition.
1 ' MERR1TT DILLIARD, Proprietor. '
i Juneth, 27 1829. .. ,. -; .. - t- . : ;
Just rjjceivjf, on Cosignrtnt, "
A complete assortment of LEATHER' consist-
3 r.;:,'ui";u ;"'' ag or w' ; ,'. '
I girting and arnes Leather;
f ."C4Uang' pejekins-J'a ' ; ' "
r.pj8s'dGqat.8i( Binding Skios,,. ..
y heepntifed ftloror;cjq dfu n j( ,
I And a yriejy of other articles, alj of which will
be sold low for cash,'at the subscriber's old stand
Marhe Stated Bank. 550 -j-Zf'tv b-; t ,.-?
A Centre.Board LIGHTER.
nor oitr tuetVicks and ready
to be launched, iof the fo
jtg 4criptionriit, Ibf ly
fisfret eel, fifteen feel beam,
four feet eight inches in ItKe
hoki.-built oflie best I materiatsrtindef the oer
sonat dryection ot a skdiul any ejepepeficed ahip
bttiei;. jSh noay bereiroined ,by .any person
disno'sed to DUrchaseV on. application at ine suV
scriber's Ship YarcR on BoeUe Sound. Carteret
founty; fis mileSi from wAsbqr9ugh where
fetmfr which: b .accommodatmgj, iU. be
mad,e Known. . , ,
i October 26,' IB2& ty.
POSMi K TEN BOOKS. BY ROBERT POtldf A M
, -1- for talc attbe Bookstore of
wi mini Jt .jam. iwjp'y .m : I
platedtirrup irons, at iSOandl ftom thai
10 $25 Also; HARNESS ft$l6 to $50"
What cteas,eTHE, ;OPiPERaod acj
qpuatirtei beapess 'ls&iht&
tiaW Qetnpaityor. :- -iMt
These2 together with almost everV 'othe
article in his line. Hre 1 offerer (jforshj
lloicer Uian .they rcah be purchased ..an , any
ower, ptace in iowo. .x n , i ;
For several years J. T. has, half joke,
half earnest j9 "solicrted, ;ihe':'nttnot
those whose names have become stationary
on . the debit side of his Leger bnding
ibis method ineffectual, he is tinder the n
cesany ui icuursuug tticm " uvwjui
earnest to caU.and see him.
Time, which-ievel3 aH distinctions,, even
those of Debtor and Creditor, is beginning
10 deface some of his' old records ; but he
assures those concerned, that they ar
fresh in his memory, as a short time wili
demonstrate. ' . -
N. B.A neat Northern Saiky for sale
Dec. 5. 1829 V a
Connecticut PLOUGHS, for sale by
Nov. 28. 1 ;' ? HENRY DEWEY-
Til RESH Imperial a:nd Gunpowder TEAS, ju
JC , received and for sale by
G.BRADFORD, & Co.
ff?4 bushes ground all urn SALT, just re
tlJU ceived per Newbern Packet, and for
'C, V. SWAN.
Newbern, Aug. 8.
OA f bushels ; heavy AUum S LT,
M J Lr saleby HENRY DEWEY or
History of'JS Carolina.
HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, from
its bar-iest Periptl,, By Francois Xavier
Martin, in 2 vols. 8vo. Also, I mie'x to th- first
25 vols of the NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.
just received and for sale at the Book Store of
Nov. 21. -
Chesapeake au iieVdave
NOTICE is hereby given thatv this Canal is
now open for navigation - - ;
T he Locks are 100 feet in length, by 22 feet in
width, and the Canal can be navigated by vessels
within those dimensions, and drawing: seven feet
water. j ' : . .'. I
The rates of toll have been fixed so low, as to
make it the cheanol. as well as the most exne
dilious and safe channel -of comnnnica!ion be-
tween the waters of the Chesapeake and Dela
ware. .' .
Any information in relation lo the Canal rates
of toll, &ic. may be and on .application at the
Company's Office, Na.41 Walnut-street, Phila
delphia. " , ; 1 '
Horses for towine, may always be hired at a
low price, at either end of the Canal.
ROBERT M, LEWIS, President,
" Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company
H D. Gi tpiit. Secretary.;
Nov. 3 189. t ' '
! A CABD.
MISS M.HANNA, late of the Female Semin
ary of Princeton, N.J. respectfully informs
tne inhabitants of Newbern that, if sufficient en.
couragement be given, .he will open
A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
on the 24th inst , in which will be taught thefol
liuting branches, viz: Orthography, Reading
and definiiions: Penmanship : Arithmetics Eng
lish Grammar: Geography. Ancient, Modern and
Sacred; Drawing Maps: Chronology: His tort,
A ... 1 t M tern
Aiivieai aim iiiooern: natural Mutory : the Elc
ments! of Naturfcl and Moral Philosophy: Rheto
ric: Composition: Needle Work: Lace Work:
fainting and Fancy Work. She will also instruct
a Class of Young Lames, in anv of the . above
branches, trom 8 to 9. A M. !
Terms will be made known, on application to
M. Hanna at the Rev. Mr. Osborn's, or to Mr.
U auon, at th Post Office.
Jvewbern, Nov. 7, 1829.
I RECENTLY from Mthe City of New York,
JL aviII open a ScIiobI for YOD N G LA DIES,
on Monday the 23d insf, jat th Office formerly
occupied hv Vine All., n, Esq. dee'd ; in which will
be taught both the solid and ornamental branches
of Female Education. Strict a teiition will be
paid to the manners, principles and hahik of the
Pupils ; but nothing sectarian will constitute any
par of her plan of instruction. She will con
stantly endeavor to. make her course of tuition
fhpiough and pract
render young ladies useful and agreeable. She
flatters herself that, (hose who may patronise her
establishment; will find it unnecessary to send
their daughters to the North for an accomplished
edupation rw h'k ui ; a. 4 .
Terms will be mde known- on application "3 1
!f reMdencAf George A. HaU, Esq.. Of at the
Rev. Mr. Osborn's. , . "
V JET Any young ladies, 'not members of tne
Schot,- who may wish to attend to Drawing and
Paint me, can receive instruction two afternoons
Newbern Nov 2Q.,j. f 4
AVE the pleasure to inform the inhabitants
91 wewbern audits yiciotty that they have
"cu iaia in on 1 oe most f ad v a nT& ht trm. 1.
wK.naney re'cwtermined to sett thevrt
. vocp luey can dc purctiajed in Newbefw.
urchasers mil du-well tq cajland; examine their
t the lowest cash prices. I -4 tTj ' : ' T " - .
'Ifewbeh; Oct-.W 'in-m-t-tto
W lew barrels MtifcW '?
vfsjm, ft ,siHrsr,isr4.
RESPECX'FJJtl.yslrMI fi friends and
jhbUcMtha he,ha8 taken 4heSjore 0ri
Keid M here he has opened j genra aortjm-nt
ufGilQGiilfcSj which will be sold ;1ow.rs f
tiny oller, pjacf .town. Having ,a ' number of 14
eonvenienV Ropms, he is. prepared to :accimrno. 1
atcafewBtiARDE)RS by'-jthe yearp 1
mpojth, week. or. day. :
ho exertion shall be W
tie pledges,, himself that A
wanting;, to ensure the. com.- a
Ibrt and conveuieoce fit ..those . who may think; 1
prpperQ patronizehis establisjimept, and indul.
ges the belief tbt Jie, will be. enaed to give en
tirei satisfaction. . His table shall always he tur. f
nished .wiih .the ?best?of : viands, T and. his cellar
with the choicest liquor?. .
OYSTER SVPPEHS wBl be served to parties,
or- ta single persbnsAt any hour when.tallf d l.,r;
and being:,, prottded with excellent cooks, and'
every, convenience or, roasting oysters' on an ei.
tensive scale, he is : persuaded- that his suppprs
will be found not inferior those of "any other
that hare preceded him. . " ,
PICKLED OYSTERS put up in a SB.
perior style, at, shorty notice, and on reasonabfe
terms,. '. ." .. . .. ; : .
Nov. 14th, 1829. 1
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Craven Street, one door South ofaht Store of Ur
.... John Justice. .
JOHNH. G0IDSTON, respectfully informi
the Ctthtens of Newbern, and the public een?
erally that he continues to keep ou hand an exi
tensi ve assortmen t of
BOOTS & I
manufactured at his Establishment, which he I
can warrant to be of superior workmamhin nl
quality, and at prices as reasonable as is custom. '1
my. iiarmg Vii, iiauu uesi materials, ftp jj fi
prepared to execule all orders on short notice v1
ana in ine Dest styie.
Newbern, Dec. 19, 1829.
Cheap Boot Si Shoe Store,
Pollock Street, three doors East of the Post Office,
W. H. TANDY, & CO.
ARfc, now opening a fresh supply of BOOTS
and SHOES, of various kinds, yust recei -ved
from New York, which they will Sell al xtrg
low prices.- December Id. J
THE Subscriber offers for sale, the
PLANTATION which he purchased
of Doctor White, adjoining the Lands
ti t ot. Washington ann .- captain nussell on-,
taining five hundred acres ; of which, a sufficient
quantity is Cleared, to make three hundred bar
rels of corn. This tract is a good quality of Fort
Barnwell Land the soil being well calculated
for the production of cotton.' The uncleared
Land is well timbered.
r SAMUEL SIMPSON".
Fort Barnwell, Craven County, Dec. 18,1829.
Irish Linens and Sheetings: V
Linsey woolsey s; tow linen
Fine a iid coarse satinets . : 1 flannels
.Super, middling and coarse, red white 'and green
Super black cotton and worsted hose
Super and common cotton hose and half hase
Super ann common plain Swiss and mull muslins
Plain and figured book muslins; 6-4 camb. do
Brown and bl'd domestic shirtings and sheetings
Superior light and dark fashionable colored Grot
. dejNoples '
1 nieee first mtnlStv bfnrtc iafin"
Black, white, straw, light and dark green, pink,
crimson, scarlet and lilac Italian crapes
Fine and common white linen pocket hdkfs, and j
thread csmbricks i
8-4 and 10-4 damask tabhvDiaper, French cslico
5 4 cashmere shawls long white kid gloves
Fine and common black bombazets
Super, middling and low priced bed ticks,
Clark's white and colored spool threa
Silk twist, assorted
Superior largest size Whitnev and crow n blatfi
ketsj jnst received, and for sale bv
' G. BRADFORD Si CO.
Oc4t. 2d, 1829. . v'-.i-
TT AS i ust retumeu from New York, and is
JtX now opening, at the Store lately occupied a
by Henry W. Jones, corner of Middle u roo-
Streets, adjoining the Public House of Lewis
Bryan; r . , .
. A choice and general assortment of
GROCERIES & HARD WARE
i which be offers for sale at a very small advance
.for cash or country: produce. '
ISewbern, Octi i m s i
t 11 , n. 1 f
PATENT CORN SHI,IiERSI
i " . AT J. - - 1
TtJST received on CC'ir-rgnment a few Ptis
Coas SHBLtlP,- Thev com. hieMv recem".
mended from Pfkdelphia, and their utiliiy haa
been tested both at Charleston and Alexandria.
i ' Far mers will do well to call and eiamltfc t
them, ; ,5 ' -M. STEVENSON, Jr,
Who has just opened next door to the Store J
ofMMfanlei Mwsorlment of
HARDWARE & CROCKERY
I ) Wijcbjhe wilt se 11 low for cash or produce.
Newbern. Oct. 24, 1829.
lAoatrect family FtOlJRfj
Thalf hblt do. y op. j
just received re sch? Baltimore, and for saw bf
f :Oci:''-r a 5 4 C. V.' SWAN; ,
. 1 ucst anu sweet, ror retauiD?. ."-r
OctvrjS29.V-. , V i: ,1 :
OE$PECTrtJtttiiftfrml his friers fa Ne
tl'.bern, fhat h witf be tftere; la'a Ci -w
SSirfE fTflrilt 'lkte jAi i?