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LIBERTY. ...THE CONSTITUTION.... UIION.
: , i ' ' AND - - " :
by tiio3ias Watson.
rip Three dollars per annum payable in advance.
' j No paper will be discontinued (But at the dis
cetion ofthe Editor) until all arrearages have been
paid up. : ' '.
ijL Remittances by mail will be guarantied by
the Editor. -
3 Whoever will secure the payment of five
r&pecs shall have the sixth gratis.; t '
Navy Commissioners's Ofice,
11th October, 83l.
EALED PROPOSALS will befreceived at
this Office until the 15th of November, to
furnise and-deliver .210,000 cubic feejf! of the best)
hiVi ohll huvo'
7rovn on lands near to salt water, or within the in
tfuence of the sea air. They must: square not less
than 14 inches at the butt, and may square one
fourth less at the top end, and must be free from sap.
Also, 150.000 cubic feet of the best quality long leaf,
fine grai'n, heart, Southern Yellow Pine Plank
Stdcks, to" square not lebs than 14 nor more than 16
; riches at the butt, and may square one-fifth less at
the top en1. ! No allowance will be' made in the
measurement of the Pine Plank Stocks, lor pay
ment for the contents of the sap. All of the afore
v iid Plank i Stocks must average 45 feeti in length,
;:ifl iione must be less than 35 feet long. They
rrut have been felled, or the trees must have! been
ri piled, between the 20th of October and the' 20th
of February. T he aforesaid Plank Stocks are to
:bc ' -delivered at the following Navy Yards, and in
the following proportions, viz : Portsmouth; 20,000
feet of Oak, 15,000 feet of Pine t Charlestowri and
Brooklyn, 55,000 lest .of Oak, and 135,000 feet of
I'in'y'at each ; Philadelphia, 15,000 feet of Oak.
an! 15,000 feet of Pine ; Washington, 10,000 feet
of Oak, and 10,000 feet of Pine; and at Gosport,
..D5,(KX) feet of Oak, and 40,000 feet of Pine Plank
'stocks. j - 'r' ' ;-
Also, all the best quality long leaf, fine grain,
heart Southern Yellow Pine Timber, required lor
making the Lo we i:; Masts and 'Bowsprits, Top
MaHts,. Lower Yards, Topsail YUrds, Spritsail
-Y;inls and Jib Booms, for two 74'e, six 44's, and
six sloops of war, and the Fore and Main Masts,
Bowsprits and Main Booms for two schooners to
be got out to the dimensions and specifications of
the'same, which wilPbe furnished on application to
this office. The said timber . to be; delivered, in the
following proportions: Af'Boston, a set I for one 74,
41, and sloop of war; at New York, Philadelphia,
and Washington, a set for one 44 and sloop of war
;it each Navy Yard ; . and at Gosport, a sH for one
71, and sets for two 44'fe, two sloops of war, and
Thewhcle of the aforesaid timber must be free
from heart shakes, wind shakes and all other defects,,
',vi miKt have he.p.n felled.-DfThe trees must have
hren o-irdled, within the prescribed periods, which
must be proved to the satisfaction of the commanding
-racers of the respective Navy Yards, by the certi
ficates of two respectable and disinterested persons,
to be produced withevery cargo ot timber ottered ior
All the aforesaid Timber must be delivered, and
the contracts completed in twelve mpnths from the
..dates of their respective contracts.; j After due
notification thereof by the Navy Agents, fifteen
days willj be allowed each Contractor for signing,
waling, and delivering luV Contract and Bond to
the Navy Agents, respectively ; upon failure to do
so within the time allowed, such contracts Kill be
On delivery, the aforesaid Timber ; will' be inspec
ted and measured according to the printed rules for
the government of Inspectors of Timber for the
Navy of the United States, under the institutions
nf the respective Commanding Officers, or to any
other inspection the Commissioners of the Navy may
direct. . , .
Persons who have ndt been contractors, and
fhose not known to the (Commissioners for their
punctuality, are required to produce the most satis
factory testimonials ot their ability and competency
to1 fulfil promptly and in good faith any engage
ments they may enter into ; tney must also name to
the Board their sureties and their residences, and
produce' satisfactory evidence of their being good
and sufficient for1 the penalty incurred by a failure
o:i the the part of. their Principal a failure in these
particulars will forfeit their bids. ;
- Bonds in the sum of one-third the ; amount of
the respective contracts will be reauired, and a
deduction of ten per centum will be withheld from
i the amount -ef each delivery made, as collateral
neurit y for the performance of the respective con
(Tracts, and will not be paid until they are m all
respects fulfilled, unless specially authorized by the
Commissioners of the Navy.
The Timber must be offered by the cubic foot, and
the offers must be properly endorsed. Any bid not
nude in conformity with, or deficient in any of the
requirements ol this advertisement, will be rejected
Oct. 19. td.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions.
Auggst Term, 1831.
JAMES KORNEGAY )
vs. Attachment. ,
GEORGE O. KORNEGAY.
J"T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
tli jthat George O. Kornegay, the Defendant
m this case, is not an inhabitant" of thisiState, it is
Qrdere.l, that publication be made in the North Caro
lina Sentinel, until the fourth Monday of November
next, for the said George O. Kornegay to appear
o.t our next County Court , to be' held for the County
pf Duplin, on the fourth Monday of November jiext,
then and there to plead to issue, r final judgment
illbe entered up against him, or the property in
the hands of James Shines, the Garnishee, be made
subject to Paintin'sttemand. - 1
Attest, - JAMES PEARSALL, Clerk.
COTTON BAGGING, BALE ROPE, &c.
W Pipces 42 inch Dundee Herop Bagging,
i0 coils Bale Rope,
.4 bales Spun Cotton 9501 bs. agsorled from No. 5 to 15
1 bale low priced 3-4 Brown Sheetings,!
1 pipe very superior old Holland Gin, 1 -1
hhd. fihii quality N O. Sugar,
6 hllg. aHd tierces W. I. ditto,
' 8 casks good Cheese, -
1 hhd. first quality W. I. Rum,
V 4 bags Green Coffee,
2 boxes Soan.
9 barK English and Swedes Iren, assorted from 1 1-2
" to 6 inches wide. !
Ueceived per schooner Francis Withers, from New
1 urn, and for sale by 1
i JOS. MJGRANA1E ii Co.
- rn, Sept. 23 mr.n's Corner,
MAS just returned from pVew York, and is
now opening at his Stqre, East side ofthe
Old County JFharf,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
CONSISTING or i
HARDWARE AND ROCKERY,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Mens, Womens & Chf ldrens Shoes,
Among which are some superior Russet Brogans,
Gentlemen3 fine drab and black HATS, T
do. low price , do.
Mens &, Boys fur, leather, and cloth C APS.
Fashionable and common STOCKS,
Leghorn, Dunstable &l Navarino BONNETS
A very fine assortment of
Single and double barrel G UN S,
and pocket PISTOLS, i
20 pieces Cotton Duck, 'f 1
20 kegs low priced Tobacco,
15 do. superiorlGoshenj Butter,
20 pieces Dundee Baggihg,
4 tons Iron, assorted, j
Cotton and Hemp Seine Twine, &c. &c.
All of which he will sell low
Newbern, Oct. 10, 1831. j ,
ESPECT FULLY informs his former
patrons and the public generally, that he
has resumed business in Newbern. at the well
known stand lately occupied; by Mr. Charles
Stewart, on Pollock-Street, where he will
have on hand a good assortment of '
SUITABLE for the SEASON SUfcH AS
Cloths, Cassimeres, Superior Goat's
rair Camlet, irancy Plain V est
Ladies' and Gentlemen's English Goat's Hair
Camlet Cloaks a new & fashionable article, r
QomiM mthjFUXlCS m MCU Of rSS,
AMONG WHICH (ARE
FashioiiMe Stocks, Cravats, Sns
I penders, Gloves, Cravat Stiffners,
I Collars, &ci &c.
! All orders will be thankfully received and
executed on the most reasonable terms and at
the shortest notice. '
Ten per cent, will ini ariably be deduc
ed for Cash, on all orders fr Clothing.
Jr3 Oneor two good workmen, wanted im
mediately, to whom the highest wacres will be
given. Newbern, Get. 12. lnol.
- 1 1
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Subscriber having determined to re-
L : move to the State of New York, the ensu
ing spring, offers for sale the lot No. 72, corner
of Ann and Craven-streetis, in thetown of
Beaufort. On this lot is a gjood two story dwel-
jlMig house, kitchen, and ajii office suitable for
I -W-fcl 1 " - ! A. 1 - J 1
a Physician also,
seven vacant lots in the
Lot No. 26, onFront-stret, with a good two
istorvdwellincrhouse, kitchen, smoke house, &c.
Th s Rtnaton is verv Dleasant and health v.
anotvould suit a planter lin Craven or Jones
counties, who wished to obain a desirable and
healthy residence for his j family during the
sickly months. j
A small warenouse, 10 jeei. 050, one anu
a 11 mm. m i - a i iiMP- i
a half stories hiffh, situated 6n Jeconias Picrott s
lot. Corner of Front and Craven-streets.
- o u 1
19000 square feet of Salt Vats, situaited on
Gallane's foint, near Beaufort, with 280 acres
of (rood land. The Salt Works will make on
an average, 1000 bushels of salt per annum
This situation is as healthyj as any on the sea
board. ' f
300 acres of land, situatf d on the Clubfoot j
id Harlow's Creek Canalt 5 214 acres of this
is rich alluvial soil, and will bring about ten
barrels of corn to the acre, i About 20 acres of
this is cleared and under ebod fence 2(f acres
more have been partially cleared, and could be
put in corn the ensuing (spring. There are
two houses on this land suitable for labourers.
450 acres of land on Petivieve's Creek, with
'an peellent Mill-seat. A good rice plantation
could be made on this land with very little
On the aforementioned teal estate, a credit
nf two. three arid fouri years will be given,
if requested, the purchasers giving bonds with
nrnvpd seeuritv. bearing interest from the
approved security, bearing
date. - I
Eight valuable SLAVES, one of whom is a
nbmKlv wood Camenter. i The slaves will be
J; b 1
old for cash.
One good yoke of Oxen ; one Ox Cart ; one
Horse Cart; one good saddle Horse ; several
Ploughs and other farming utensils.
The above mentioned properly, 11 noi pre
viouslv disDosed of at private sale, will be sold
at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, on
the first day of December County Court, being
the third Monday, at the Court House in the
Town of Beaufort. j
Beaufort, Oct. 17, 1831.-td.
New and handsome BAROUCHE.
Enquire at Mr. Hintles' Stables.
Newbern, Oct. 19. ;
SUGAR, COFFEE, AND LIME.
tflL Mlitfh LBS. St. Martin's Sugar,
tU,tjHVy 4,500 lbs. St. Domingo Coffee,
25 Casks Stone Lime, for sale by
JOS. M. GRANADE & Co.
Sept. 15th, 1831. Dunn's? Corner
ffcdL My Farm, containing 500
fM acres, situated on thje north side of Trent
River and the east side of Jinning's Creek
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 ofthe lateWm. 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 to the acre. T he 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, tke vines of which are mostly scaffolded and in
a state of bearing fruit, and Will soon be capable of
making 1000 gallons of wine : A bricked 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
other improvements thereon, in Dry sborough, adjoin
ing the Town of Newbern. The framing and
weatherboardi ng of the dwelling are of cypress, and
shew no decay. There is a pump of good water at
the premises. This property is subject to no town tax,
and is free from the danger of fire from other buildings.
Nine hundred acres of land in Bnce's Creek poco-
son. A Mr. Tolson has a tew acres oi the adjoining
pocoson cleared and ditched, wh"ch has yielded up
wards of 10 barrels of com to the acre.
Six hundred and forty acres of land adjoining Bay
fiver bridge, containing a valuable juniper swamp. -
v our hundred acres at the head of Little S witt Creek
Thirty-five feet front of lot No. . on3liddie-street
occupied by M. H. Lente.
b lve Lots in Washington, JN. C. -
Indian Island, containing 150 acresri Pamlico river.
Four thousand acres 0f land of various qualities, in
Beaufort county. I
A Pianno, which has been but little used.
A Share in the Newbern Library Company.
The above property, or any Dart thereof, will be
sold very low, for either cash or negroes, or if requi
red, a credit will bet given on a part ol the amount o
purchase of any portion of it.
- GEORGE WILSON.
September 7, 1831.
M. STEVENSON, Senr.
EGS leave to correct an erroneous impression-
which hasbeen unfairly made on the public mind.
He takes this method of stating, that his Hearse is kept
il. i j i r, -i. . u
shan be so unfortunate as to require its use. His per
sonal attendance at Funerals is likewise offered to all
persons of the same description-, and no pains shall be
spared, on his parjtto 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; (including
an engraved feilver rlate;) together with ms
personal attendance, and the use ol his horse
and Bier, J
Neatest stained Poplar or Pine Coffin, with
engraved Silver Plate, and a case in the bot- 1 &-tfft
torn 01 tne grave; logemer wiui norse, nearse j
and attendance, J
Plain, stained Poplar Cofhn, lined with kt Q
Cambric, but without the Silver Plate, J y
Plain, stained Coffin, with a neat pmked
Cambric bonier, but without lining, ; 5
CdmmonParish Coffins, 84
Children's Coffins & Funerals, in the above proportion.
Newbern, Aug. 31, 1831.
JOHN W. NELSON
TTDESPECTFULLY informs the Publick that he
JTu continues to manufacture every article in his
line of business. He isat all times provided with the
Dest materials: ana m return ior me noerai aim m-
creasing patronage wmca iie receives, ne piumneB
tend FUNERALS ; and that he may be enabled to
conduct the solemnities of interment more becomingly
an(j satisfactorily, he has constructed a superior
HEARSE, for the use of which no additional charge
7 j '
will be made. Newbern, June 1st, IBdl
FRESH FAMILY FLOUR, &c.
"Half bbls. fresh ground Flour, from
new wheat, "fancy brand."
Half bbl. Soda Crackers,
Ditto ditto Butter do.
10 bbls. Pilot Bread,
10 do. Navy do.
10 do. Apple Brandy,
2 hhds. N. E. Rum,
2 do. Rye Whiskey,
5 bbls. superior old Monongahela ditto,
2 do. Jamaica Rum,
1 bbl. bestlWiner Sperm Oil,"
1 do. Train Oil,
Chewing Tobacco, of various qualities, rc-
ceived this day per schooner John, from Balti
more, and for sale by
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, & Co.
SILVER 1 ABLL(!w 1 liA fef .
Has just received a fresh supply of
Silver Table Spoons,
Thimbles, &c. &c.
Mustard & Salt Spoons,
Which will be sold as low as they can be imp Ke
A PAIR OF 13 INCH GLOBES.
Newbern, 20th July, 1831,
The Highest Cash Prices
TTTTTtLLbe given for likely young Negroes of
V V both sexes, from one toxo jears 01 age.
TVTrkorn SATktpmhp.r 7. 1831.
N. B. In my absence, apply to Mr. Jordan S. Car-
row, who can at all times be lounam newueni.-j.u
pi-pjHE firm of FRIOU & BOWDEN, was
dissolved, on ine oui msiani, oy mutual
rnnt. All Dersons indebted to the late firm,
are requested to settle the same with J.O1 riotj.
Newbern, Oct. 12, 18311.
Great Bargain !
inti UDScriDer win sen, upon a
liberal credit, his PLANTATION on
Trent River, about nine miles from
mwi-T-i r -l M ill
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 4 miles, and vessels
of the largest class, navigating our waters, can;
jay along me bank and receive cargoes. The
back lands are unequalled as ranges for stock,
and the situatioa 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
October 5. 1831.
OWING to the pressure of the times, the subscri
ber has determined to reduce his prices to the
following rates, viv:
fine Cloth Coats, $4 50
Common do. 3 50
Homespun do. 2 50. j
Fine Pantaloons. 1 00
Common do. . 0 75 i
Fine Vests, 1 00
Common do. 0 75 ;
Coats, 0 40 I
Pantaloons, 0 20 i
Vests, 0 20
And in proportion for other work not specified. He
respectfully solicits the patronage of his friends and
the nnhlic. and assures those who mav omnlnv him
that their work will be done faithfully, in the latest 1
fashions, andVith all practicable dispatch. His shop !
is on Craven-Street, a few doors South ofthe Bank 1
SPENCE P. WILLIS.
Newbern, Sept. 28, 1831,
1" TVT L j . '
DE LA MONTERAT'S
COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE SPECIFIC I
For the Cure of Consumptions, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Affections
of every kind. The most valuable remedy
ever yet discovered for the cure of Consump
tions and all diseases of the breast and lungs
leading to consumptions. To all afflicted with
those troublesome affections, an immediate use
of this highly celebrated specific is only neces
sary to convince the most incredulous of its
possessing qualities superior to any other me
dical preparation yet discovered. This speci
fic is obtained by extraction from herbs, roots,
plants, &lc. ; in combination of those most val
uable herbs it becomes a balsam of superior
value to the human family. It heals the injur
ed parts, opens the pores, and compases the
disturbed nerves ; and while it cleanses and heals
it also gives strength to the tender lungs, im
proves digestion, repairs the appetite, and im
proves the 'spirits. This specific is always
given in safety it is mild and pleasant to the
taste, and may be safely given to women in
whatever condition, the most delicate circum
stances not excepted. A great many well au
thenticated cirtificates could be obtained : the
prorietor is opposed to any thing like puff, and
prefers to risk it on its own merits alone. The
public will please be cautious of a spurious ar
ticle : none are genuine without the signature
of the proprietor alone, which will accompany
each bill of direction. Price one dollar.
For sale by WILLIAM SANDERS.
1 DR. RUSH'S
ANTI-DYSPEPTIC, OR SOUR STOMACH
Have stood the test of experience, and are
found to be an infallible Cure for Indigestion.
These pills have been highly approved of by
those who have used them for the above disease
They act as a powerful tonic, neautralizing the
acid upon the stomach give, strength to the
debilitated organs of digestion restore the ap
petite and remove nausea and sickness at the
stomach, habitual costiveness, head-ache, des
pondency of the mind, paleness of the counte
nance, palpitation ofthe heart yertego or giddi
ness, belching up ol water which is sometimes
tasteless but most commonly sour, and many
other nervous affections. Thev do not contain
mercury in any form, nor do they sicken the
stomach as most purgative medicines do, but
perform the office of a safe and mild cathartic.
There is no restriction in diet or drink, or ex
posure to wet or cold, while using them. They
are therefore particularly calculated for family
use. The proprietor of these pills was one of
the most eminent practitioners of medicine in
the United States, and used them successfully
in his practice for many years.
For sale by WILLIAM SANDERS.
iTNi ENTLEMEN who had Tickets in this Lottery
11 -rr fk .;H l.nQ moU rptiims nnor to ine
IVJl caiC, Will JlCCU3t liltinv w . - I
17th October, as the drawing will take place a lew
days afterward. '
Cf The subscriber has on hand a few neat Phi
ladelphia built DEARBORNS. I
A SULKY, with reather top, also Philadelphia
made, Two COPPER STILLS, and an n elegant
asortment of serf-sharpening PENCILS, andSilyer
PENS. These, together with almost every article
SADDLERY and HARNESS line, h$of-
feia verv low, for cash. v
14th Sept. 1831.
TOLIZA H. VIPON informs her friends and the
public that she will, as soon as a sufficient num
ber o punils
house formerly occupied by Mrs. Vipon.
LJ,? S;PS SPellin Rading andAVriting,
! Fo,r sPlfing, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geo
graphy, and plain Sewing, 3 ofj' - ' I
I For the above branches, together with English
Grammar, History, and Ornamental Needle WorK
$ 4 00 per quarter. - -
: Four or five children from Jhe country, will be taken
as bokrders. Newbern, October 12,1831.
NEAVBERN. AND RALEIGH STAGES.
r nHE Subscriber is in daily expectation
JJ receiving instructions from the Post Office
Department for running Four Horse Stages on
the line between Newbern and Raleigh. If.
however, instructions to that effect should not
be received by the 14th of November, he will,
(for the better accommodation of passengers,)
on that day commence running Four Hors
Post Coaches on this line, three times a week."
to be continued puring the Winter, or until-a
semi-weekly mail be established.
The public are assured that every exertion
will be used to render this line worthy their
I Coaches calculated for six or eight passengers.
I are already provided, and will commence run-
i -"""e1" uuiacs, auucommoaious-
ning' as above stated, on the 14th of November.
Oct. 20, 1831
NEWBERN AND RALEIGH STAGES.
Stage Office at the Washington Hotei-.
Having appointed Mr. Francis .,
g Alexander my Agent, Passen
gers from Newbern will please call on him for
the purpose of -entering their names and pay ing
their stage fare. Extra baggage must be leff
at the ?.tage Office and paid for in advance. ;
Oct. 26, 1831. !
Original highly approved Valuable Medicines.
TWENTY YEARS. "
Lee's Elixir has for twenty years becn'umost'
successful medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, spit
ting of blood, asthma, indigestive consumption, and
other complaints ofthe lungs and breasrt, as many of ,
our citizens have certified.
To Mr. Noah Ridgely, Baltimore:
Dear Sir : 1 was attacked with a most violent cn'.us
and severe cough, and pains in the breast which continu
ed to grow worsi, during which my appetite failed, and
my voice altered so much, that it .was with the utmoss
exertion I could pronounce a singtesentence louder tha t -breath,
bought and-used one phial of your valuat'J
Elixir tvhich restored me to perfect health.
Tours, with respect, J. A SMITH,
Market street, Fell's Poiiif -
Lee s Famous Anti-bilious Pills. Xce's an
paralleled Anli-bilious Pills pricie 25 and 60 cents per
box famous for the cure of bilious and destructive fevers
obstinate obstructions of the stomach and bowels, gid-di
nes, costiveness, sickness at stomach, removing cold,&c.
(Noneare genuine without the signature of Noah Ridge! v)
Dear Sir: Having made use of the various pills in mv
familj, offered to the public for the last twenty five vears,
and haying found your celebrated Antfc-bilious Pills iht
most efficacious in tansing the stomn;h and bowels, ie
moving head aches sick stomach, and having used thenj
for sevn al years past, can have no hesitation in stating
that I believe them as represented, a mogf valuable Fa
mily Medicine. . JACQB SMALL,
Mayor of the City of Baltimore.
Lee's Ague a?id Fever Drops warranted to cure
Sir : We are now happy to inform you that the resliii ,
after a correcttrial, of your Lee's Ague and Fever Drop? .
has been of the most flattering kind. INotonly a fewcages
" ' unru ji mm vtriy uigitgreeauie ano irksoni?
complaint, but, sir, every case, so far as our inquiries have
.reached, has been perfectly cured ; and some indeed bv
a few doses only.'
O'NEAL, RICHMOND, L CO
Eec's Nervovs Cordial, an excellent Medicine
for all nervous affections, weakness, pains in the loins, iic:
Lee's Genu ine Essence and Extract of Mus
tard, an infallible remedy for bruises, rheumatism .
sprains, numbness, chilblains, &lc.
Mr. Noah Ridgely, Sir : I have been so greatly sfflir
ted with rheumatic pains, as to lose, entirely, the use tf
my right leg, thigh, and lnp, indeed it extended to my
shoulder. By the use of the bottle I purchased of you, I
am perfectly cured. THOi. VVOO'J K.N
Two miles on the VVashingtdn Kuad-
Lee's Worm Destroying Lozenges, a most
powerful medicine, removes .destroys all kinds of worms
Lee's Sovereign Ointment for- th Jtch.
Warranted to cureby one application, free from mercury
or any pernicious iugredients.
Lee's Genuine Persian Lotion The Per-.
sian Lotion operates mildly, rendering the skin delicately
soft and smooth, improving Che complexion.
Lee's Toothache Drops which give imme
Lee's Eye Water a certain cure for sore eyes.
Lee's Anodyne Elixir, for the cure of head ache.
Lee's Corn Plaster for removing and Des
troying corns. "
Lee's Lip Salve
The r jve highly approved medicines are sold bv
WILT -AM W. CLARK, at his Stofe Pollock-etv
Nev rn, who has just received a fresh supply.
(7 Hundreds of cases of cores performed by the above
truly valuable medicines could be given, did the limits of
a newspaper admit of it.
May 20, 1831. ;
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ANEW VAULT in tlie burying
Ground, in which there have been no in
terments. It is in complete order and may be
had on very reasonable terms. Enquire at tbc
Office of the Sentinel OcU 12.
AS a considerable 'number of Tickets remains
unsold, the drawing of th above Lottery rxrosi
necessarily be deferred forafewweks. th Oct ,