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iBWBEKi C Q.M'ME M C I A 1L ,
AMD MHTEHAKir IMTElLlLiaENClEK .
LIBERTY. . . .THE CONSTITUTION. . . .UNION.
BY TII03IAS WATSON.
f: Verms, ; i :
irThree dollars per annum payable in advance.
" jy0 paper will' be discontinued (but at the! dis
cretion! of the Editor) until all arrearages have Been
gllcmittances'by mail will be guarantied by
the Editor. , ' c
r Whoever will secure the payment of five
papers shall, have the sixth gratis.
j October 12, 1831.
(rrrtllP. llniwp of Representatives, bv areso
IJ lutionof the4th of May, 183Q,directed
Secretary of the Treasury to.cdlleet and cpmmu
nicate to'the House, such information, and report
his views'on the same, as, in his opinion, ma)jL be
"jyeful and important to Congress, in enacting re
gulations for the navigation of steamboats or
steam vessels, with a view to guard against the
dangers arising from the bursting of their boilers.
Such measures were accordingly taken, as
were thought best calculated to obtain the re
quisite information. But, although some hig hly
interesting and valuable communications have
i i ..nninml iVtt npn.irttnpiit' -Via rnt iiic.
(pededin collecting facts sufficient to enable it
to fulfil the directions of the House.
In consideration, therefore, of the difficulty
i 'of-bbtaiuing the requisite information, by any
I iniaiis within the power of the Department,
and of the deep interest which the community,
and morei especially those engaged iri steam! na
vigation have in the subject, it is thought best
to inake this public application to all who may
be able, and are disposed to promote the bencvo
! lent object of the Resolution.
i . . Accidents like those, which it is the desire of
i the House to prevent, have, unfortunately,
been so numerous, that many persons will have
it in their power to state the causes and
rumstances of such casualties; and these,
! lected from various parts of the Union, cannot
j-fail to be highly useful. 4
J , ..With a view to assist in giving that lntorrna
1i. tioiv a precise and explicit; character, the follow
iag queries were prepared:, . j
It is not intended, nowever, to connne u to
the points prese4itejliri them, or the form of
ominumcatioii which they may seem to inai-
On thcontrary, the Department wi
hanpv to receive any information within
scope of the resolution, ana communicate in
.-uch manner as the writer may be pleased to
- It is desirable that ifcotrimunications on this
subiect should be -transmitted by the first of
December, or.carly as may be tnereaiten
Secretary of the Treasury
INTERROGATORIES; IN RELATION
THE BURSTING OF STEAM BOILERS.
: 1. Arc you acquainted rwitb the. nature and
ijseof 'Steam "Engines? In what employment
have vou beenlengaged ? Were vou present,
nnd in what. capacity, at the bursting ofjany
- teim boiler, or collapsing of a ? flue ; or have
:. vou been made acquainted, by other means,
: vithjhe facts in any such case? If so, in what case?
: that case, was thewaterj in the boiler
above the gauge5 cocks ? ; If not, at what height
cqmpared with the lower gauge cock :
- .5. It the boiler contained a nuc, wnat was
-H the difference between the height of jits-upper
:;iile and that of the lower gauge cock ?
; 4. What was the weight per square inch on
the safety valve ?
. Had the satetv valve ever been iounaTrus-
tod or sticking in the aperture, or was it goat
he time ? .
.0. Had that part of the boiler above the water
- cvtr been heated to a red heat, or approaching
. thereto? ' ! ,
7. Was therr any incrustation or sedirpe-nt
found at the bottom of the boiler? If so, what
v.as its7 thickness and composition ?
8. In what part was the boiler rent, and what
vree the appearance and .extent, of the rentj?
0. If the bursting happened to ;the bolicr of
, f steamboat, was the boat underway, or at rpst ?
? as the valve open ? If so, how long before
theaccident? Was it opencdy the Engineer,
or by pressure ? ',.t ; "Mi';
:10.; Was the piston going at its usual speed,
or faster or slower ? 1
Tl. Had the firemen found any unusual diffi
culty in keeping up the motion of the engine
previously to the bursting of the boiler; and if
o, how long before ?
12. Do the iron boilers used in the Western
-waters generally accumulate a calcereous incrus
tation at the bottom? If, so, have any or
Mnat means been used, with success, to
p vent it? ; '
i lO T"j l.l . 1 ..1
u. is u oDservea tnat wnen tnere is a
cnt or incrustation on the bottom of the bciiler,
requires more fire than usual to raisd the
'team ; and how often is the sediment rempved,
- ana b-what means ? i
11. Are any means used for preventin
gustation on the bottom of boilers ; and, if so,1
"Jiat effect has been observed ? I M
. 1-x Have any means been employed to prove
team boilers before they are used or afterwards
what pressure has usually been applied to
ftonofagiven thickncls? Are the proofs made
v'hen the iron is cold' or hot?
16- Is there any instrument employed to as
rtain.the temperature of the boiler above the
Jvater, or of the steam in the upper part of the
bilcr? If so, what is it?
17. What means are used to prevent the fire
fami the fire place and flue from extendi ng to
; 18. Have you ever sceri steam boilers heated
1 J a red heat ori the upper side ? if so, is such
a temperature regarded as a cause of exploding
"le boiler ? . 1
19. Have any means been used in the con.
Jtruction of boilers or fire places to prevent the
f mating of the upper part of the boiler ? If soi
v'nat are they ? - i- i
and at what distance was each from the boiler?
At what distance from the boiler was 'the steam
supposed to be hot enough to scald ? Was the
current of steam from the rent in the- boiler in
stantaneous, or did it continue for spine time,
and how long ?j What number of persons were
wounded by the parts of the boiler or machi
nery, which wpre driven off by the explosion,
and what position did each of these persons oc
cupy in the boat ?
21. Have you ever observed the piston to
move irregularly, for a few minutes, or for a few
strokes, alternately faster or slower! than its
usual speed, without perceiving any
the resistance to the paddles, or any!
viou cause for such irregularity ;
and, if sp,
how was it accounted for ? I
22. To what immediate cause have you at
tributed the bursting of the steam "boilers,
which have come within your knowledge ?
23. Are there any other facts within your
knowledge in relation to this subject, jwhich ap-
pear to be important in the present
If so, please to state them.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
fJTHJL Subscriber having determiped to re
, U move to the State of New York,Lthe ensu
ing spring, offers for sale the lot No. 72, corner
of Ann land Craven-streets in the j town of
Beaufort. On this lot is a good two story dwel
ling house, kitchen, and an office suitable for
a Physician also, seven vacant lots in the
.same square : j
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 planter in Craven! or Jones
tcountiesi who wished to obtain a desirable and
healthy residence for his family during the
I sickly months.
A small Warehouse 16 feet by 26, one and
a half stories high, situated on Jeconias Pigott's
lot,, corner of Front and Craven-streets.
19000 square feet of Salt Vats, situated on
Gallane's Point, near Beaufort, with 4480 acres
of good land. The Salt Works will imake on
an average, 1000 bushels of salt per annum.
This situation is as healthy as any oil the "sea
300 acres ofiland, situated on the; Clubfoot
and Harlow's Creek Canal. 214 aeries of this
is rich alluvial soil, and will bring !about ten
barrels o corn to the acre. About 20 acres of
this is cleared and under good fence 20 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 Ck-eqk, with
an excellent Mill-seat. A good rice plantation
could be made on this land with Very little
expense-. I , ' j
On the aforementioned real estaU, a credit
of one, iwo, three and four years will be given,
if requested, the purchasers giving bonds with
approved security, bearing interest from the
date, p ' - I
Eight; valuable SLAVES, one of whomns a
tolerably good Carpenter. The slaves will.be
sold for Cash, j
One good yoke of Oxen ; one Ox Cart ; one
Horse Cart; one good saddle Horse; several
Ploughs; and other farming utensils. I
The above mentioned property, if not pre
viously disposed 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. i
I ! JAMES MANNEY.
Beaufort, Oct. 17, 1831. td. j
FOR SALE, j
New and handsome BAROUCHE.
inquire at Mr. Hindes' Stables.
! Newbern, Oct. 19. I
SUGAR COFFEE, AND LIME.
if MdhfTh LBS- St Martin's Sugar,
HPtDHyHV 4,500 lbs. St. Domingo Coffee,
25 Casks Stone Lime, for sale by I
JOS. M. GRANADE fc Co.
Sept. 15th, I83L Dunn's Corner.
COTTON BAGGING, BALE ROPE, &c.
tfiTK Pieces 42 inch Dundee itetnp Bagging,
tjMJr 20 coils Bale Rope,
4 bales Spun Cot Ion 9501 bs assorted from No. 5 to 15
1 bale low priced 3-4 Brown isheptings,
1 nine very suoerior old Holland Gin, i I
1 hhd. first quality N O. Sugar,
6 bbls? and tit:rces V. 1. ditto,
8 casks good Cheese,
1 hhd first quality W. I. Bum,
4 bags Green Coffee,
2 boxes So .p,
29 bars English and Swedes Iron, assorted from 1 1-2
to 6 inches; wide.
Received per schooner Francis Withers, from New
York, and for sale by
JOS. M. GRANADE &. Co.
Nfwbern, Sept. 28. . - Dunn's Corner.
, STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Court bf Pleas and Quarter Sessions.
j August Term, 1831. I .
" ! VS.
GEORGE O. KORNEGAY.
TTT appearing tothe satisfaction of the Court
li that. George O. Kornegay, "the Defendant
in this case, is) not an inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered, 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
at our next County Court, to. be held for the County
of DuDlin. on the fourth Mnndnv nf November next.
then and there to plead to- issue, or final judgment
will be entered UD aofnnst liim. or the nronertv in
20. How man v nersons were scalded bv steam
the hands of James Shines,, the Garnishee, be made U3The subscriber has on hand a few neat Phi
subject to Plaintiff's demand. ! lnhia hnilt DEARBORNS.
!lLUL JAMES PEARSALL, Clerk.
f1swo 7 TMgi o
VLOft. I CtCO
ootn sexes, irom one to 26 years of age.
i JOHN GILDERSLEEVE.
Newbem. September 7, 1837
TTTTAS just returned from New York, and
J-LJJ now openino; at his Store, East side oftb
Old County TFharf,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Mens, Womens & Child reus Shoes,
A nwng which are some superior Russet Brogane,
Gentlemens fine drab and black HATS,
do low price do.
Mens &. Boys fur, leather, and cloth CAPS.
Fashionable and common STOCKS,
Leghorn, Dunstable & Navarino BONNETS
A very line assortment of
Single cind double barrel G UJVS,
and pocket PISTOLS,
20 pieces Cotton Duck,
20 kegs low priced Tobacco,
15 do. superior Goshen Butter,
20 pieces Dundee Bagging,
4 tons Iron, assorted, 8
Cotton and Hemp Seine Twine. &c. fcc.
All of which he will sell low.
Newbern, Oct. 10, 1831.
3Iy Farm, containing 500
acres,, situated on the 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 of the lateWm. Dudley. There are clear
ed, and enclosed within a good tence, about 400 acres.
JL he soil is light, is ot 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 ofpease. The last crop of cotton averaged 550
pounds to the acre. The situation is healthy. Vessels
load at tha river bank. There are on the premises a
dwelling house, two kitchens, two barns, pantry, dairy,
(jin-house and a Horse Mill, Jegro houses, &c: An
Orchard of apple and peach trees: A Vineyard of 4
acres, the vines of which are mostly scaffolded and in
a stale of bearing fruit, and will soon be capable of
making 1000 gallons ot wine : A bricked well of good
water. This is a desirable situation to a farmer who
may wish to live in, or near to Newbem.
Lots Nos. 19 & 20, with the Dwelling-house and
other improvements thereon, in Drysborough, adjoin
ing the Town ot IMewbern. Ihe lrammg and
weatherboarding of the dwelling are of cyprese, and
shew no decay. There is a pump of good water at
the premises. T his property is subject to no town tax,
ana ls iree irom tne aanger oi nre irom other buildings.
Nine hundred acres of land in Brice's Creek poco-
son. A Mr. 1 olson has a lew acres ot the adioinincr
pocoson cleared arid ditched, which 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 t housand acres of land of various qualities, in
Beaufort county. .
A Pianno, which has been but little used.
A Sftare ill 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
purchase of an v portion of it.
September 7, 18311
M. STEVENSON, Senr.
BEGS leave to correct an erroneous impression
which hasbeen unfairly madeon 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 all
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 ind trimmings; (including
an engraved SilveY Plate;) together with his y$3&
personal attendance, and the use of his horse j
and Bier, J
Neatest stained Poplar or Pine Coffin, with "
engraved Silver Plate, and a case in the bot- '$25
torn of the grave ; together with horse, Hearse j
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, y
Common Parish Coffins, ' 84
Children's Coffins & Funerals, in the above proportion;
Newbern, Aug. 31, 1831.
JOHN W. NELSON
MESPECTFULLY 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 hdelity.
Hft mntinnPfitn make COFFINS and to superin
tend FUNERALS; and that he may be enabled to
conduct the solemnities of interment more becomingly
and satisfactorily, he has constructed a superior
HEARSE, for the use of which no additional charge
will be made. JNewbern, June ist, 1001.
DOMES TIC LOTTERY.
ENTLEMEN who had Tickets in this Lottery
VI TT for rh1p will nlease make returns pnor to the
I 17th October, as the drawing wUl take place a few
' dnv nftprward.
A VilVDiTTTsri frSE?
asortmerrt of self-sharpening PENCILS, and Silver
' r. . TT?1VTi-TT C 1 V1
nt,v rvUow torrPthPT With almost ovonr artiVIo
in the SADDLERY and WAKINKSS hne, he ot-
fers very low, for cash.
i 4 JOHN TEMPLETON
14th Sept. 1831.
Linnaean Botanic Garden & Nurseriei
FLUSHING, NEAR NEW YORK.
TVTTriLLIAM PRINCE fc SONS, Proprie-
V V tors, announce that the great extensions
made in their Establishment, which now covers
near 50 acres, completely filled with the choicest
TREES, SHRTTRS nH PT.A1VTS. Anabtes
them to offer the various kinds at the reduced
prices stated in their new catalogues, which I
will be sfint tn i . .. j.. .r f
tnem.f The size and excellence of the Trees
exceeds all former periods, and the most scrui
pulous attention has been devoted to their
accuracy, which is invariably an object of their
personal attention To Nurseries they will
allow a liberal discount and convenient credit.
All letters desiring information, will be replied
to by the first mail. As many persons are
agents for different Nurseries, it is requested
that orders intended for us be particularly spe
cificd.- Every Invoice sent has a printed head
ing and our signature, and such proof of origin
must be insisted on, as we take upon ourselves
no responsibility unless such an invoice can be
Their Treatise on the Vine describes 280
kinds of Grapes and their culture. Theit
Treatise on HORTICULTURE contains des
criptions for cultivating them; and their
POMOLOGICAL MANUAL, just published,
contains full descriptions of above 600 Varieties
of Pears, Plums, Peaches Cherriesr Apricots
NectarineSi Almonds &c. besides other Fruits,
so that all persons can make their selections,
with a knowledge of the qualities.
Jl Great Bargain I
ggL THE Subscriber will sell, upon a
IliW j liberal credit, his PLANTATION on
JlMLiTrent 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, nai'igating 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
October 5. 1831.
FRESH FAMILY FLOUR, fcc.
TT Half bbls. fresh ground Flour,, from
VU new wheat, "fancv brand."
Half bbl. Soda Crackers,
Ditto ditto Butterdo,
10 bbls. Pilot Breadr
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. best Winter Sperm Oil,
1 do. Train Oil;.
Chewing Tobacco,, of various qualities, re
ceived this day per schooner John, from Balti
more, and for sale by
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, & Co.
jrrpiHE firm of FRIOU & BOWDEN, was
LI dissolved on the 5th instant, by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to the late firm,
are requested to settle the same with J.M. Fkioii.
J. M. FRIOU.
SAM. BOWDEN. !
Newbern, Oct. 12, 1631.
ifWING to the pressure of the Umes, thjisubsen-
H-K ber has determined to reduce his prices to the
For making fine Cloth Coats,.
, 2 50
' Common do.
For Cutting Coats,
And in proportion for other work not specified. He
respectfully solicits the patronage ot hie friends and
the public, and assures those who may employ him
that their work will be done faithfully, in the latest
fashions, and with- all practicable dispatch. His shop
is on Craven-Street, a few doors South of the Bank
SPENCE P. WILLIS,
Newbern, Sept. 28, 1831,
PERIODICAL PUBLIC A HONS.
rjTJHE publisher of the Saturday Evening
JJL Post, Philadelphia, proposes to compile
and publish in pamphlet form, a list of all the
periodicals m the United States for 1831. He
believes that such a work will, be valuabl for
reference, and of much benefit to merchants ana
others desirous of advertising, and he respect
fully solicits the aid of the craft, in endeavoring
to render it as complete as possible.
He desire that one or more numbers ch
publication in the Union may be for warded to
him, as soon as possible at least two numbers
should be sent, by different mails, to avoid
failure from miscarriages. To those who com
ply with this request, a. copy of the. work will
be forwarded on its completion.
Tbp design of the publisher is not to realize
profit, but to afford the public a work which
Unot but be of general advantage. The price
will, therefore, be as low as the expenses of the
j undertaking will admit. Nov, 1831.
MRS. CliETHERALL'S seminary for youxo
Ladies, will commence on Tuesday the first of
November, at the house lately occupied by John
Harris, Esq. adjoining the residence of Mr. BuR
gwyn, on East Front-Street;
grdr including Washing, 830'
Antnmetic, Ueoffranhv nnA
A . I . .
W1U1 .netoric, composition , i
History, General Science, Epistolary V 6 .
Wnting, and Fancy Work, &c. i
French, Drawing, Dancing, and Music, will be
separate charges, the latter to commence first Ctuar-
ter of next year. ,
The first Quarter to be paid in advance. I
Boarders are required to bring their beddiitgy :
towels, &c. . !
No Pupils received for less than one Quarter.
Oct. 26, 1831.dt. ' .
MISS ELIZABETH WILKINS
Mespectfully informs the inhabitants ofNewbern j
and its vicinity, that she has opened a j
Seminary for Young Ladies, .
IN THE BUILDING LATELY OCCUPIED BY MISS LYMAX. I
TERMS: Per quarter.
Spelling Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, )
Geography, with the use of the Globes, $4 00
Map Drawing, and English Grammar,
ffistory. Composition, Philosophy, Astrono
my, Rhetorie, and Needle work, j"5 00
Parents and Guardians who may think proper to
patronise this Seminary, are assured that the strictest
attention will be paid, as well to the manners. and
habits of the pupils, as to the cultivation of their
minds. Newbern, November 1st, 1831.
ELIZA H. VIPON informs her friends and the
public that she has opened a SCHOOL la thb
house formerly occupied by Mrs. Vipbn. .
TERMS r For Spelling, Reading and Writing, 1
per quarter, $2 50.
For Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geo
graphy, and plain Sewing, $ 3 00.
For the above branches, together with English
Grammar, History, and Ornamental . Needle Work,
$ 4 00 per quarter.
Four or five children from the country, will betaken
as boarders. Newbern, 1st November y 1831.
ANEW VAULT in the 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 the
Office of the Sentinel, Ocf.T2.
AS a considerable number of Tickets remains
unsold, the drawing of the above Lottery must
necessarily be deferred fora few weeks. -18fA Oct.
NEWBERN AND RALEIGH STAGES
FTTCHE Subscriber is in daily expectation of
Li 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 1 4th of November, he wilk
(for the better accommodation of passengers,
on that day commence running Four Horse
Post Coaches on "this line, three times a week,
to be continued during 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
patronage. First rate Horses, and commodious
Coaches calculated for six or eight passengers,
are already provided, and will commence run
ning, as above stated, on the 14th of November.
NEWBERN AND RALEIGH STAGES.
Stage Office at the Washington Hotei
Having appointed Mr. Francis
Alexander my Agent, Passen
gers from Newbern will please call or him Ibr
thc purpose of entering their names and paying
their stage fare. Extra baggage must be lefr i
at the Stage Office and paid for in advance.
Oct. 26, 163fe - : '
DE LA MONTERAT S
COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE SPECIFIC.
For lthc Cure of Consumptions, Asthma,
Spitting of BloodYand Pulmonary Affections
of every kind. The most valuable remedy j
ever yet discovered for the cure of Consump- j
tions and all diseases of the breast and lungs ;
leading to consumptions. To all afflicted with
those troublesome affections, an immediate use j
of this highly celebrated spt"14' umjr neces-i
sary to convince the most incredulous of its
possessing qualities superior to any other-cie-dical
preparation yet discovered. This speci.
fic is obtained by extraction from herbsy roots
plants, fcc; 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 wHfle it cleanses and heals
it also gives strength to the tender lunas. im.
proves digestion, repairs the appetite, and iml
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
whatever condition, the most delicate-circuin-stances
not excepted. A; great many well au
thenticated cirtificates could be obtained -thn
prorietor is opposed to any thing like pufl nd
prefers to risk it on its own merits alone. The
public will please be cautious of aS sDurion .
ucie : none are genuine wunouv tne sirynatiiT!
of the proprietor alone, which will accomDantr
vavu uui v muclhvu. nce OTIC uOUQ,7
For sale by m WILLIAI SANDERS.