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EWBBEN. COMMEI&CIAIL, AOKIOHJ1LTUMA1L AMD 1L5TEEAKY IMTEIililGEMCEM.
o. 0 j? d 3 :& a u a a a
LIBERTY. ...THE CONSTITUTION. ...UNION.
BY THOMAS WATSON.
.'i i - ' TERMS, -.
lCj4Three dollars per annum payable in advance,
i Nojpaper will be discontinued (but at the dis
cretion of tile Editor) until all arrearages have been
paid (up. . i
-fX Remittances by mail- will be guaranteed by
the Hditor. '-
rr4 Whoever will secure the payment of five
pipefs sliall have the sixth gratis.
Navy Commissioners' Office, )
-. llthOctohcrl31. S
A LEI) PROPOSALS will be received at
jthis OffiWiintil the loth of November, to
jurne una "deliver zioyjuu cumc jeci oi me uesi
qualiity White Oak Plank Stocks, which shall have
renvh oh. lands near to salt water, or within the in
jluence of the .sea air. They must square not less
r'l.uv It- inches at the butt, ami may square one
f-,urth le.4 at tlie top end, and must be free from sup.
"llso, .150,000 cubic feet of the l:est quality long leaf,
line grain, heart, South' vn Yell- 'w Pine Plank
! Stoftks.'to souare not le.-s than 14 nor mor than 16
: inches at tle butt,' ia i may square one-fifth less , at
! thc jQp1 V-iid, No allowance will be, made, in the
iru-asmeinent of, the Pine Plank Stccks, for pay
s' ir.ent for the contents of the sap. All of the atbre-
iil Plank Stocks must average 45 feet in length,
"iiiii none must he less than 35 feet long. They
-::iust have been felled, or the trees must have been
I I'irdlcd. '-between the 20th of October and the 20th
of February. The aforesaid Plank Stocks are to
l!ei1vernd at the following Navy Yards, and in
V r:; lllu-jng proportions, viz: Portsmouth, 20,000
: ttet of Oak, 15,000 feet of Pinej Charlestcwn and
Brooklyn, 55,000 feet of Oak, and 35,000 "feet of
i Pum, at each; Philadelphia,; 15,000 feet, of Oak,
:siiii 15JKMJ feet of Pine ; Washington, 10.000 feet
YfOak, nhd 10,000 feet of Pine; and at'Gosport,
feet of :Oak, and 40,000 feet of Pine Plank
Also, all the best quality long leaf, fine grain,
heart Southern Yellow Pine Timber, required for
making the Lower Masts and Bowsprits, Top
Masts Lower Yards, Topsail Yards, Spritsail
; Yards, and Jib Booms, for two 74's, six 44's, and
.'six hftjops of war, and the- Fore and Main Masts,
Hnwpprits and Main Booms for two schooners to
.If. got "out ito the dimensions and specifications of
-'he Kitme, -which'; will be furnished-on application to
!. his ficp. " 1 he said timber to be delivered in the
' ':')ll'uving proport ions rAt Boston, a set for one 74,
11, and sloop of war : at' New York, Philadelphia,
ia! Washington, a set for one 44 and sloop of war
'at each Navy Yard ; and at Gosnort, a srjt for one
and sets Cor
two 44,s,,xn;,o sloops of .war, and
ThK'wlK h; of the alorcsaid timber mu.;t be free
?ron heart shakes, wind shakes, andll other defects,
and must have been felled, or the trees must have
1-een girdled, -within the vreseribed, periods, which
-1 ni-t he proved to the satisfaction of t he commanding
-f fhrers of the respective IVavy Yards, by the certi
orates oT two respectable and disinterestetl persons,
x he produced with every cargo of timber offered for
"All the aforesaid Timber must be delivered, and
..the codtracts completed in twelve months from the
("atci of tlieir respective contracts, i After due
notification thereof by the Navy Agents, fifteen
-lays will be allowed each Contractor for simiirig
. eallng, Uind delivering - his Contract and B-nd to
the Xavy Agents, respectively ; upon failure to do
, :p within the time allowed, such contracts will be
cancciied. r' ' .
, On delivery, the aforesaid Timber will be inspec
s?ed and measured according to the printed rules Tor
the government of Inspectors "of Timber for ihe
.ayy. of the United States, under the instructions
of the respective. Commanding Officers, or to any
'their inspection'the Commissioners of the Navy may
(luck- ... . ' - :
Pcnons who have not been cchtracto'rs, and
...nse not i;nown to ttie L emmissicners tor--,neir
. pvitKtuality, are recuired to DToduce trie meet satis-
lactory testimonials of their ability and competency
o -tultil promptly and in good laith any engage
pmsiihey. may enter into they must ajgp name to
the Board their sureties arid their residences, and
. tro,W satisfactory evidence cf their being good
ivrid ssufiicient -for the penalty incurred by a failure
rn the the part of their Principal a failure in these
particulars will forfeit their bids.
mfnds; in the sum of one-third the i amount of
respective contracts will be required, and : a
uction ol ten per centum w7ill be withheld from
j r 'ne amount of each delivery made, as collateral
curity tor the performance of the respective con
tacts, and will not be paid until thev arc in all
"ivpects fulfilled, unless specially authorized by the
ommiRsloners of the Navy,
i , I'he Timber must be offered by the cubic foot, and
e olfcrs must he properly endorsed. Any bid not
; I niade in conformity with, or rteficientin any of the
quiremcnts of this advertiserriem, will be rejected.
;ta.T9.4id. - ' : .
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
.Corf of Pleas and Quater Sessio7is.
' August Term, 183L -
JAMES KORNEGAY ) ' ''' '
4- v- ' Attachment.
GEORGE; O. KORNEGAY. ) !:
T appearing to the satisfaction bf the Court
-41 that George O. Korneerav, the Defendant
-next, for the said George O. Kornegay to appear
n! Uunlin nn thft fnnrth lnn,lair C TVT,;'W.
-wn and ttiere to plead to issue, or final judgment
villbe entered up against him, or the property in
!re hands, of James S hines, the Garnishee, be made
. vt to Plaintiff's demand.
JAMES. PEARS ALL, Clerk'.
COTTON BAGGING, BALE ROPE, &c.
Pi'-ces 42 inch Dundee Herop Bagging,
JW l0 coils Bale Rope,
4 baits Spun Cotlon 950Ibs. assorted from No. 5 to 15
1 bale ley j)rrcej 3-4 Brown Sheetings.
J. pipe very superior old Holland Gin, :
; 1 hhd. Orst quality N O. Sugar,
bbls. and tierces VV. I. ditto, h
H casks jeood Cheese,
I hhd. first quality VV. I. Rum,
4 bags Green Coffee,
- 2 boxes Soap,
V, bar English aad Swedes Iren, assorted from 1 1-2
o o incnes wide.
ReceWed per schoone
ork, and for sal k.
ir Francis Witbersf from New
v. ' .- ( i05. M; GRANADE ii Co.
n mis ..case, is not an inhabitant oi this State, it is
r-rderc.l, that publication be made in the North Caro-i-na
Sentinel, until the fourth Monday 5of November
JlfTAS just returned frojm New York, andas
U now opening at his Store, East side of the
Old County Wharf; ! ' ,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
- ' ; I
I CONSISTING OF
HARD W AUG AND CROCKERY,
' A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
3Iens, Womcns & Childrens Shoes,
Among which are some superior Russet Brogans,
Gentlemens fine drab anld black. HATSi
J do. low pricfe do. :
Mens & Boys fur, leather, and cloth CAPS.
Fashionable and common STOCKS,
Leghorn, Dunstable & Navarino BONNETS
A very line assortment of
Single and double hcirrvl G UN S
and pocket PISTOLS,
pieces Cotton Duck,
kegs low priced Tobacco,
do. superior Goshjen Butter,
pieces Dundee BLitinr,
tons Iron, assorted, t r
Cotton and Hemp Seinef Twine, &c. &ci
All of Avhich he will sell low.
Ncwhern, Oct. 10, 18311' I
t E8PECTFULL informs his former
IQ patrons and the public generally, that he
has resumed business in ijTewbern, at the well
known stand lately occupied by Mr. Charles
Stewart, oiv Pollock-Stj-eet," where he will
have on band an assortmcnt'of
SUITABLE TOR THE SEASON SUCH AS !
ClotIs, Cassimeres, Superior Goat's
iHair Camlet, Faiicy Vestings,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's English Goat's Hair
Camlet Cloaks a new & fashionable article;
rosethev &Uu JFancg itrttcto of IZvcss,
i AMONG WHICH ARE
FaslsionMe Slocks- Cravats, Sus
penders, Gloves, Cravat Stiiliiers,
Collars, &b. &c. j
All orders will be thankfully received and
executed on the. most feasbnable terms and at
the shortest notice.' j
iT Ten per cent, will ilnvariablv be deduc
ted for Cash, on all rders for Clothing.
' fe v " vi I
ediately. to whom the hibhest wajres will be
?T 5 lino fr two crnnn workman -wrnntoH lm.
given. Newborn, Oct. 12j 1831. j
S a considerable number of Tickets remains
unsold the drawing of the above Lottery must
necessarnv oe oeierrea lor a lew weens. i&in ucr.
S . NOTICE.
rii lirm ot t Kiuui 5c ijuwuivi., was
Li dissolved on the 5th instant, by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to the late firm,
arerequested to settle the same with J.1VJ. Friou.
!! J. M. FRIOU.
I SAM. BOWDEN.
Newbern, Oct. 12, 1831.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
jTfTlHE Subscriber having determined to re
JUL move to the State ofjNew York, the ensu-
iikV snrino-. nffiprs for salp tnp Int. Nn. "72 enrnpr
of, Ann and Craven-streets, in the town of
Beaufort. On this lot is ajgood two story dwel-
ling house, kitchen, and an office suitable for
a ftiysician also, seven vacant lots in tne
Lot No, 26, on Front-street, with a good two
story dwelling house, kitchen, smoke house, &c.
This; situation is very pleasant and healthy,
and would suit a plantet in Craven or Jones
counties, who wished to obtain a desirable and
healthy residence for his family during the
A small Warehouse,. 16 feet by 26, one and
a half stories high, situateq on Jeconias Pigott's
lot, corner of Front arid Craven-streets.
19000 square feet of Salt Vats, situated on
Gallane's Point, near Beaufort, with 280 acres
of good land. The Salt Works will make on
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an average. 1000 bushels of salt per annum,
This situation is as healthv as any on the sea
300 acres of land, situated on the Clubfoot
and Harlow's Creek Canal. 214 acres of this
; Arh alluvial soil, and will brinff about teh
babels of corn to the acre! About 20 acres of
i hid io pnrpn :i r 1 1 1 1 i r 1 1 1 1' i wiiiiii iciilc atics
more have been partially cleared, and could be
tl i ,h iha Pnsrino1 snrinfr. There are
two houses on this land suitable for labourers
j 450 acres of land on Petivieve's Creek, with
an fcxr client Mill-seat. A good rice plantation
Aonld bp madp on this land with very little
On the aforementioned real estate, a credit
of one, two, three and four years will be given,
if requested, the purchasers giving bonds with
approved seruritv. -heariiio interest from the
IX - - T J ' O
Eight valuable SLAVES, one of whom is I a
tolerably good Carpenter. The slaves will be
sold tor cash.
One good yoke of Oxen ; one Ox Cart ; one
Horse Cart; one good saddle Horse; several
rioughs and other farmiricr utensils.
The above mentioned property, if not pre
viously disposed of at private sale, will be sold
at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, on
me ur&i aay oi uecemberi County Court, being
the third Monday at the Court House in the
Town of Beaufort. j '
Beaufort, Oct. 17, 183L uh
My Farm, containing SOO
acres, situated on the north sdde of Trent
River and the east eide of Jinhing's Creck
and distant from the Town of Newbern about 3 miles.
It is bounded on the south by the river, on the west by
the creek, on the.north by Trent road, and on the east
by the land of the late Wm. Dudley. There are clear
ed, and enclosed within a good fence, about 400 acres.
The soil is light, is of easy cultivation, and is never
flooded by rain. The cleared land will average two
barrels of corn to the thousand hills, and produce good
crops of pease. The last crop of cotton averaged 550
pounds tthe acre. The situation is healthy. Vessels
load at the river bank There are. on the premises a
dwelling house, two kitchens, two barns, pantry, dairy,
Gin-house and a Horse Mill, Negro houses, &c: An
Orchard of apple and peach trees: A Vineyard of 4
acres, the vines of whiclr are mostly scaffolded and in
a ;state of bearing fruit, and will soon be; apable of
making 1000 gallons of wine : A brkked well of good
water. This is a' desirable situation to a farmer who
may wish to live in, or near to Newbern.
Lots Nos. 19 & 20, with the Dwelling-house and
othW improvements thereon, in Drysborough, adjoin
ing the Town of Newbern: The framing and
weatherboarding of the dwelling are of cypress, and
shew no decay. There is a pump of good water at
the premises. . I has prcr -.erty is subject to no town tax,
and is. free from the danger of fire from other buildings.
Nine hundred acres of land in Brice's Creek poco
son. A Mr. Tolson lias a few acres of the adjoining
pocoson cleared and ditched, wh:ch has yielded up
wards of 10 barrels of corn to the acre.
Six hundred and forty acres of land adjoining Bay
river bridge, containing a valuable juniper swamp.
Four hundred acres at the head of Little Swift Creek
Thirty-five feet front of lot No. on Middle-street
occupied by M. H. Lente.
Five Lots in Washington, N. C.
Indian Island, containing 150 acres, in Pamlico river.
Four thousand acres of land of various qualities, in
A Pianno, which has been but little used.
A Share in the Newbern Library Company.
The above property, or any part thereof, will be
sold very low, for either cash or negroes, or if requi
red, a credit will be given on a part of the amount of j
purchase of an v portion of it.
September 7, 1831.
! ' NOTICE.
THE subscriber avails himself of this method of
returning his sincere thanks to his customers and
the public generally, for the very liberal encourage
ment he has received, and hopes by strict attention to
merit a continuance of their patronage.
He will CUT and DRESS HAIR in the neatest
style and latest fashion, and being at all times prepa
red with Razors of the most superior quality, he will
SHAVE gentlemen who may honor him with a call
or he will wait upon them at their houses. Gentle
men who shave themselves, can have their Razors
nut in the best shaving order at the shortest notice by
sending them to his Shop, nearly opposite to the Store,
ot William tiollister, H.sq. on bouth Front-street.
tt. :n tt T,"'T7'T-k i i? vrn rrr rn-mT-imTT
rj.c vviii xj L-i ru Mit J liiiii Htj. a iinu . L XliJli 1 Jrl Willi
the greatest care old roots and stumns removed in
the most expeditious and skilful manner.
He has for sale at his Establishment, the following
among many other articles :
Razors and Razor St raps, of superior quality,
Cloth, Hair, Shaving and Shoe Brushes,
Blacking, Shaving Boxes, and Dressing Glasses,
Dressing, Pocket, and Ivory Combs,
Windsor, Fancy and common Shaving Soap,
Hair Powder, Cologne Water and Pomatum,
Court Plaster, &c. &c. &c. : ;
Spanish and common Segars, Chcwirig Tobacco,
Raisins, b dberts, b lgs, 1 amnnds, &c.
AUGUSTUS S. EMMETT.
Newbern, 24th August, 1831.
ANOTHER SPLENDID VICTORY FOR
UNPARALLELED CLARK AND CO.
who are continually selling the capitals in eve
ry lottery. Drawing of the New York Con
solidated Lottery, extrafclass No. 18, for 1831,
drawn Wednesday, September 21st, 1831 :
4 22 31 21 8 14
Which gives the following splendid result
Comb: 4, 21, 31, the Grand Capital Prize of
$ 50,000, sent to Pittsburg, Penn. and the fol
lowing Capital Prizeswere sold by Clark&Co.
Comb. 21, 8, 14, 82500, whole ticket; 21,
31, 22, $1000, do. do ; 22, .31, 21, inSIOOO, in
shares; 31, 21, 14, S 500; 22, B, 14,8806.
The above capitals were actually sold and
paid at the above office.
CLARK & CO. are continually selling the
capitals in every lottery. For instance, look
ana Denoiu wnai spienaia iuck in me iwo iaie
lotteries : The Mammoth Lottery, which was
drawn on Wednesday, 15th ult. the following
capitals were sold and paid, viz: Comb. 26, 13,
14, the capital of 20,000, sold to a gentleman
of this city: comb. 21 26 31, 85000, sent to
Long Island ; comb. 31 13 21, 82000, sold in
I l 1 . 1 .1 - T 1 A .. i .
a wnole ticKetjto a gentleman in rean sireei;
and in class extra No. 14, drawn on Wednesday,
1st June, the following splendid capital comb
1 J5oU,UUU, was sola ana paia to a young
lady of thts city. or the capitals, apply at
- m -m STf 1 1 t 1
the above lucky otnee wnere nave neen soia
and paid, prizes "of 850,000,40,000,30,000,25,
000,20,000, 6 of 8 10,000 each, also a host of
To those who purchase a package of
whole, or shares of tickets, a liberal deduction
will be allowed. Address
CLARK & CO. 210 Broadway, corner of
Orders per mail promptly attended to. Clubs
dealt with on favourable terms. Purchasers of
tickets at Clark fc Co's office, ( will receive
" ClarV At. f!n' Wppklv Messenger," without
charge. We refer those with whom we have
noi me pleasure oi an acquaintance, 'av,ooxo.
Yates 6l MTntyre, New York.
New York, Sept. 30, 1831.
The Highest Cash Prices
WILL be given for likeiy young Negroes of
both sexes, from one to 26 years of age.
Newbern, September 7,1831. ?
ANEW VAULT in the burying
Ground, in which there have been no in
terments. Itf is in complete order and may be
had on very reasonable terms. Enquire at the
Office of the Sentinel. Oct. 12.
Jl Great Bargain !
THE Subscriber will sell, upon a v
liberal credit, his PLANTATION on !
Trent River, about nine miles from
Newbern. The tract contains 2500 acres, of
which 1000 are cleared and under good fence;
the residue is well timbered, and much of it as
good arable land as any on the river. It has
a front on the Trent of 4f miles, and vessels
of the largest class, navigating our waters, can
lay along the bank and receive cargoes. The
back lands are unequalled as ranges for stock,
and the situation is as healthy as any in Jones
county. , The improvements consist of a good
Dwelling House, Barn, Gin House, and the
Persons desirous of making profitable in
vestments of capital, are invited to visit the
premises, and for further information apply to
Octobers. 1831. . .
OWING to the pressure of the times, the subscri
ber has determined to reduce his prices to the
following rates, viv:
For making fine Cloth Coats,
Fine Vests, . ' ,
For Cutting Coats,
And in proportion for otlier work not specified.. He
respectfully solicits the patronage ot his friends and
the public, and assures those who may employ him
that their work will be ivitc faithfully, in the latest
fashions, and with all practicable dispatch. His sliop
is on Craven-Street, a fewT doors South of the Bank
of Newbern. ,
SPENCE P. WILLIS.
Newbern, Sept. 28, 1831,
NO. 130, BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
FIRE THE GREAT GUNS !
Drawing of the New York 1 Lottery y Extra Class
No. 18, (called the Mammoth Lottery) Sepf.21.
4 22 31 21 8 14
Combination 4, 22, 21, the GRAND CAPI
1 AL ol a (U.UUU, .-.was actuallv sent in a j
Whole Ticket to Pittsburg, Pa. It was only
fourteen days ago I sold at the same nlace, the
810,000 prize in a Whole Ticket! Who can
equal tie ever and all lucky Sylvester, who
not-only pays the Capitals without" gauging "
but never publishes the names of fortunate hold
ers. iFor the truth of my selling the Capitals,
I can refer to the Managers. '
l3t Orders, in all cases; must be addressed
to the subscriber, who is licensed by the State,
and in all instances sells the original tickets
and shares. Persons who deal with Sylvester
will receive GRATIS the " Reporter, Coun-1
terfcit Detector and New York Price Current " j
published every Wednesday, as containing
much useful information to my distant Patrons.
N. B. A Lottery will be drawn every Wed
nesday; those wishing to adventure need only
remit any amount they please, and the original
tickets will be forwarded.
S. J. SYLVESTER takes this opportunity
of returning his sincere thanks to his friends in
North Carolina for their liberal support. He
always has acted and wrui continue to act in a
manner worthy of their patronage. There are
so many pretenders to publicrjtatronage, that
it is requisite my friends should again be re
minded that I have no connexion with any other
person, and that orders in all caes, must be
S. J. SYLVESTER, Broker,
New York, Sept. 30, 1 83 1 .
SCHUYLER'S LUCKY PALACE OF
FORTUNE, New York, 26th Sept. 1831.
Another great, grand and glorious victory- I
thought so No mistake in Schuyler No sham
Splendid realitiesJust like Schuyler.
Drawing of the N. Y. Mammoth Lottery, Ex
tra Class No. 18r-'
' 4 22 31 21 8 14
INO. 41 ol me capuai oi v,vfuu, whs ac
tually sold by Schuyler, to two gentlemen from
the South. By special permission, I am al
lowed to publish their names. It is but sel
dom I have this privilege from the lucky
-T in trtt A ,1 " i - 1 " Cf fJ i 1
holders of the many splendid capitals that are
weekly obtained from my office. The names
of the holders of the prizes are Messrs. Ben
jamin C. Eaton of Halifax N. C. &. James Gor-
tvt Tl ' riii- ;
aon oi ioruMK, ,v irgun. a ne prize was pre
sented the day after the drawing, and the cur-
rent cash promptly paid for the same, and the
ticket is, as usual, displayed in Schuyler's win-
dow.- 1 also sold many other of the comforta
bles, too numerous to mention in this advertisement-
particulars in my Lottery Herald. The
largest capital ( of $50,000, was sent by the
Managers to their Agent at Pittsburgh, Penn. ;
no vender in this city had any thing to do with
it. This notice is necessary, in consequence
of one of the Venders, who endeavors to puff
rV -7 X ;"; l in
of the ritv. Tbp. nthpr nri7.f.s were SOlCl in
small shares in this citv.
Orders from abroad, for prizes as usual, to be
ANTHONY H. SCHUYLER,
A rw aTrl handsome BABOUtHl;.
jAjL Enquire at Mr. Hindes' Stables, , . .
Newbern, Oct. 19.
SUGAK, COFFEE, AND LIME.
w irfi LBS. St. Martin's Sugar,
Q5.SiP v- 4,500 lbs. St. Dpmihgo Coffee,
25 Casks Stone Lime, for sale by .
JOS. M. GRANADE & Co,
Sept. 15th, 1831. Dunn's Corner.
FOR YOUNG L,AI1ES.
JIR CLETHERALL proposes to open a
Seminary for Young Ladies, in Newbern,
on the nrst of November next. Parents and Guardians
desirous of placing young Ladies under her charge, are
requested to intimate the same toMrs. Margaret Scott,
on Pollok-street, or to J. Burgwy n, Esq! on feast Front
street. Terms as usual.
A few young Ladies will be taken as Boarders, and
particular attention will be paid to their manners and
behaviour, so as to render them, on leaving School, fir
to enter society, or to superintend the inana ement of
domestic affairs. - -1
Teachers of Music, and of Dancing, will be procured
as soon as the necessary number of pupils are engaged.
Frjench and Drawing Will be taught. FurtheT parti
culars will be communicated hereafter.
William Gaston, Esq.
Hon. John R. Donnell,
Rev. J. R. Goodman.
Moses Jar vis, Esq.
Hardy B. Croom, Esq.
John Burg wys, Esq.
John H. Bryan, Esq J ton.
fc. Hawks, Esq. VV ashing-;
August 24, 1831.
M. STEVENSON, Senr. '
BEGS leave to correct an erroneous impression
which has been unfairly made on the public mind.
He takes this method of stating, that his Hearse is kept
for the accommodation of every decent family who
shall be so unfortunate as to require its use. His per
sonal attendance at Funerals is likewise offered to al!
persons of the same description, and no pains shall be
spared, on his part, to have the solemnities conducted
with sobriety, decency and good order.
It is hoped that the following reasonable charges
will be satisfactory.
Neatest Mahogany Coffin, for a grown per-"",
son, with linings and trimmings; (inclujing j
an engraved Silver Plate;) together wunfiis $3f
personal attendance, and the use of his horse
and Bier, , . , j
Neatest stained Poplar or Pine Coffin, witlo.
engraved Silver Plate, and a casein the bot- ( 25
torn of the grave ; together with horse, Hearse
and attendance, J
Plain, stained Poplar Coffin, lined with 10
Cambric, but without the Silver Plate, $
Plain, stained Coffin, with a neat pinked g
Cambric border, but without lining, $
Common Parish Collint", 84-
Children's Coffins & Funerals, in the above proportion ,
Newbern, Aug31, 1831. p
JOHN W. NELSON,
CAB INE T MA KER .
TTP E S PE C T FULLY informs the Publick that he
continues to manufacture every article. in his
line of business. He is at all times provided with the
best materials: and in return for the liberal and in
creasing patronage which he receives, he promises
punctuality and fidelity. '
He continues to make COFFINS, and to supcrin-
i tend FUNERALS ; and that he may be enabled to
conduct the solemnities of interment more becomingly
and satisfactorily, he has constructed a superior
Hhi ARSE, lor the. use of which no additional charge
will be made. Newbern, June 1st, 1831.
EGS leave to inform his friends and the public,
that lie has removed his Shon to the buildintr
on Pollok-Street, lately .occupied by Mr. John W.
Nelson. He is prepared to execute all orders in his
line of business, and will make and repair Furniture
on reasonable terms and at the shortest notice.
MAHOGANY and common COFFINS, willibe
furnished on the most reasonable terms, and his per
sonal attendance given on Funeral occasions.
Newbern,28th Sept. 1821.
C ENTLEMEN who bad Tickets in this Lottery :
IT lor sale, will please make returns prior to the
17th October, as the drawing will take place a few
The subscriber has on hand a few neat Phi - i
ladelphia built DEARBORNS. '' . ;
A SULKY, with leather top, also Philadelphia'
made, Two COPPER STILLS, and ah eleffarn j
asortment of selfrsharpenijr PENCILS," and Silver
PENS.- These, together with almost i every articfe:
m the SADDLERY and HARNESS line, he of
fers very low, for cash.
JOHN TEMP LET ON-
11th Sept. 1831.
. .11 n.. ,. . - - II ; ,
i Remaining in the Newbern Post Office, Oct. 1S31 :
A. Lemuel and James Andrews.
B. Jacob Burch, Mrs. Ann Bellamy, Lucas Ben
ners, W. Babcock, Hannah Bremeg, Frederick Briii
nant, JohnM. Bryan, Silvester Brown 2. Jt Lin (. .
Burgwyn, Joseph 'Britton, Frances J. Bcasci y. Dr.
J. Burgwyn, John H. Bryan, John Baker, Jair.L's LeJ!. ;
C Wm. W. Croom, George Cooper. ;
D. John Daugherty,John Durant, Miss Mary ;
Dou'dee, Wm. H. Doty, Allen Dubbcrly.'
E. James C. Eliason. ' .
F. -John D. Friou, John Franklin, Tho.. Fonvielle. 1
G.-Richard Gatlin, Miss noweiyf oj,
Miss Maria Gaskill, Dexter Gibson, Mrs Elizabeth
! Gill', Wm. Gaskill, W. G. GeitardMisa Jri. taskilli
mes, Mason uawi. , , ,
bne Hartley,, Charloxte Hickman, Claresey
HaJoSn Jieifen; Mrs. Edie HollaWay, Edmund
TT A I. -
J Henry Jacobson, Henry B. Joyner, Earls Ire-;
land, MorierJone,, Thomas Jones
K'john G. Kincey,Capt. Wm. W. Kmg3y Jas.
Kirkmnn, James Kilpatrick, Alexander J. Kilpairick,
t Rarnev B. Lincoln.
M Dr. Joseph Meares, Wm. Miller, Martin Mil
ler MiMariah Miller, Miss Sally Ann MorsLt
ier, i i v S
N. Charles Nelson. Rev. Alfred Norman.
t 4 a
P. Miss Nancy Paul, Thomas Paul 2, Levi Por
ter, Mrs. Margaret Powers, Lt. Thos. Paine, Cap,t,
E. E. Pigott, James Prevatt I
R. Messrs. Rowloc & Wood, James Riers2. Sa
' muel Read.
S Sheriff of Craven County, Lenmcl H
Simmons, Gen. S. Simpson 3," Capt. J. G. Smith
Barbara Stanly, Street &, Sanders, Charles TT. San
ders, John S. Stanly, David W. Stone, Israel Shelr
don, Mrs. Margaret Surdan, Thomas G. Scott. . j
T. Rev. Samuel D. Tompkins, Wm Turner, i
W. David' Whitford, David R. Watford, Spejiee
P. Willie, Cant.' John WiUiams, Mrs. Penelope Wel
der, Councel B. Wood, Reyley West, J. C. WesL
Major WUlis, Jr., Wm. S. Webb, Benjamin Willis.
THOMAS WATSON, P. M