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HEWMEN COMMEKCIAIL, IGEICHJWllJBAIi MB lilt ITEM AMY IMISILMEMIall
I.IBEKTY....THE ONSTmmojf. .CNION,
BY THOMAS WATSON.
ITOHE Copartnership of Joseph M. Granade,
JJ fc Co. consisting of Joseph M, Granade
I and Sfcenhen Kincev, was dissolved by mutual
Thrce dollars per annum payable in a-lvance. j ranseTit oh the lath September, 1831- All per
23" No paper will be discontinued (bat at the dis- I gefls indebted to, -or having claims against the
eretion of the E.litor) until all arrearages have been . , fi T.rn.esed to come forward for
VLJ,r " m "k- w settlement to Joseph M. Granade, who is duly
, eA-.n i - authorised for that purpose.
Whoever "will ecure the . payment ot live
papers shall have the styth gratis.
A T the No vernier Term A. D. 1831, of the
X-Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of
vavea Countv. the subscriber obtained letters
of Administration on the estate of John Justice,
JeceasecL All persons inueuieu w uuiuk
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those baring claims against it, io bring them
forward, properly authenticated, withinthe time
; prescribed by law, or they will be harred of
recovery by the operation of the acts of Assem
bly in such case made and provided,
ANN1 M. JUSTICE,
iXewbern, Nov. 15th, 183L Administratrix.
JOSEPH 3VT. GRANADE,
Newbern, 2V.-CL 9th Nov. 1831-
mffRS. CLETHERALL'S-seminary for young
It i la ijies, will commence on Tuesday the firet of
November, at the -liousft lately occupied by JoirN
If arris, Esq.. -arl joining the residence of Mr. Bcr-
,yyNj Oil rjLiH- v ruut-onucu
, v. TERMS; PerQiarter.
Board, includmj? Wafehing, 1 -30
Tuition in Reading, Spelling, Grammar, ) 4
Arithmetic, Geography and Sewing, $
The above, withi Rhetoric, Composition, i
History, General Science, Epistolary V
?- VVnmiiT, aiii fancy vorK,otc j
I'rencfi, Drawing, Dancing, and Music, will be
f.'parate charges, the latter to commence first uar-
cr of next year.
The firet Quarter to be paid in advance.
Boarders are required to bring their bedding,
toV.elsr Ac ' ' ' ; ' :
No Pupils received for less than one Quarter
OcU26, 1831 dt.
JOHN A. CRISPIN
MAS just returned frotn Nrw York with
general assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY
GLASSWARE, &c j
The following articles comprise apart of his Stock :
Champaigne, in qt. and
Cogniac Brandy (supe
Old Jamaica Rum,
Superior Holland Gin,
Old Monong, Whiskey,
N. E. Ruin,
Porter in qt,& pt. bottles
Loaf fc Lump,
Brown, various qual.
52T aunearinir to the Board of Trustees tl at
i U a considerable amount of tuition mon?y !
unwaid, notwithstanding the rule requiring I
trom every pupil payment in advance,
I Resolved, That" the Teachers be directed to
I. arise these arrears to be collected without
I'iclay, '-. -
; Re solved far tier, That an adherence to the
rule is deemed essential ' to the interests of
?he Institution, and that the. Teachers are
hereby required, in every instance hereafter,
when a pupil does hot produce a certificate
ffom the Treasurer, of thcjtuition money
oeiiigApaid within one week (after the com
mencement of his quarter, without distinct
tion of person, to inform the pupil that he
can no longer be received until such certificate
Resolved further, That these Resolutions
be published in the newspapers of this town.
M. E. MANLY,
November 23d, 1S31.
British Consulate, Wilmington N. C.
November 15, 1831.
To the Editor of ike North Carolina Sentinel
Sin, ' ,
Under a lite law. of this State, which requires that
vcs&s having free persons of -colour on board shall
perform thirty days' quarantine before they be per
mitted to. come to the wharves of any seaport in the
State, the mastef.of the British schooner Bahamian
was some tiraerao arrested, and imprisoned in the
jail of jWilm'ington. On the 6th instant the case was
argued.betbre the Superior Court of New Hanover
County. As the opinion of Judge Strange and the
decision of the Court are important to foreigners who
'visit the State for mercantile purposes, and to such of
the commercial community as they affect, you will
please to give them publicity.
: Although," observed the Judge, "the right of regu
" lating commerce, belonged exclusively to Congress,
" as expressed in the Constitution, yet as a State in
her own Sovereign capacity, has a right growing
' out of an incidental power, to pass laws in self pre-
servation, 1 to prevent the introduction, within her
'"'limits, of febrile, ori pestiferous contagion, so has a
"State an equal right,'' to legislate to prevent 'the in
'!fluence of a moral contagion.' But the" law in
''.question, imposed a restriction on commerce, without
"obtaining the en desired. It in no wise removed
' ; the evil complained of. A fbrei gn vessel arrives at
mis rort, navmg irec coiourw jciauno un uuaiu,
: who are' deemed dangerous, and a nuisance to-so-,:
ciety: The vessel is compelled, by the law in ques
tion, to remain 30 days at the quarantine ground?
;at the expiration, of which time, she may proceed
, ft to the wharves, having on board the same free co
' loured persons who were considered dangerous to
the community. How, then, is the nuisance remo-
: vfed, or the evil remedied, by this.Law, imposing so
"heavy a restrictiction on commerce? Therefore,
without tor a moment surrendering the right of a
' sovereign State to legislate for the peace and safe-
ty ol its citizens, he could not but pronounce the
' State Law, in his opinion, unconstitutional,"
In this opinion the Jury concurred without hesM
tationt. Your obedrt serv't,
1 C. J. PESHALL,
H.B. M Consul.
Nov. 23 5ic. '
The Highest Cash Prices
TVnTiLLbe given forlikely young Negroes of
V V both sexes, from one to 2b years ol age
Buckwheat, Goshm Butter, Cheese,
Spanish & American Segars, su
perior Clicwing Tobacco, &c.
"Which he offers low for cash or country produce,
at the Store on Pollok-street formerly occupied
by the late George A. Hall, Esq.
I RESPECTFULLY informs his former
AX patrons and the public generally, that he
has resumed I 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
Superfine Blue, Black, Olive, Brown, and In
visible Green Cloths ; Blue, Drab and Fan
J ey mixt Cassimeres, fine Goafs Hair
Camlet, Fancy 6? Plan Vestings,
AMONG WHICH ARE
JTashicmble Stocks, Cravats, us-
jpenders, Gloves, Cravat Stiff ners,
1 line linen Collars, fcc. kc.
All orders will be thankfullv received and
executed on the most reasonableterms and at
the shortest notice. 1
j Ten per cent, will invariably be deduc
ted for Cash, on all orders for Clothing.
Newbern, Qth Nov. 1831.
" 1. 1.
! A T the November Term, A. D. 1631, of
JW the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
for Craven County, the subcriber obtained let
ters of Administration on the estate of Eliza
beth Sears, deceased. AJ1 persons indebted to
said estate are requested to mal? immediate
payment, anct those having claims against it, to
bring them forward, properly authenticated,
within the time prescribed by law or they will
be barred of recovery by the Operation of the
acts of assembly in such case made and provided.
WILLIAM L. SEARS,
Newbern,-Nov! 16th, 1831.
More New Goods.
Illi from New-York, an additional suddIv off ONLy ort tHeago, it announced
STAPLE AND FANCY
Amorng which will he found a variety of 'rich
and fashionable articles adapted to the season ;
NEWBERN & RALEIGH STAGES.
TOO UR-Horse Post Coaches leave Iewbern for
1- Raleigh via Kinston , Way nesborough and S mith-
field, everv Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1
nVlor.k A. M- arriving at Raleich on Tuesdav.
Thursday and Saturday at 5 P. M. Fare through,
8 7 ,00. Way Passengers, 6 cents per mile. Stage
Office at the Washington Hotel.
! Extra baggage must be entered at the Office and
paid for in advance.
r A F. ALEXANDER, for
ISewbern, Aoiv23, 1831.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
AN AWAY, from the subscriber on the
5th of June last, his Necnro Man JOE.
He is about six feet three inches hiffh, and auite
black ; has a long neck, and looks, as he is, big
and independent. He has been much of his
time in Pitt county, and will probably attempt
io pass io anomer state. All persons are
nereoy iorewarneu against harbouring or car
rymg mm away, a reward of Fifty Dollars
will be paid to any one who will deliver him
tome. WILLIAM P. BIDDLE.
: Craven County, 8th Nov. 1831.
all of which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms for cash.- Newbem Vec.Sth, 1831.
TTOSEPH M. GRANADE, fc Co. respect
QiJ fully inform their friends and 'the public,
that they have just received (by sundry late ar
rivals) froTa New York, Philadelphia and Bal
timore, and are now opening, at the well known
Store formerly occupied by Mr. William Dunn;
corner of Pollok& Middle-streets,
AN EXTENSIVE AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
-j XVINES AND SPIRITS,
Hardware, Cutlery? Crockery and
All of which they offer for sale at a moderate
advance for cash or country produce.
Newbern, Noi 14, 1831.
Edward C. O. Tinker,
mESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Newbem and its vicinity that he has
lately returned from New York, with a hand
some assortment of GOODin his line of
business, among which are
Super Blue, Black, Green and Olive Cloths,
Mulberry and, Plum do.
Chesnut-brown, Steelmixt&blk. Cassimeres,
Black Silk Florentine,
llack figured do.
do do Velvet,
do do. Valencia,
1 case of Fashionable HATS,
Horse skin Gloves,
Mixed Merino half Hose,
Random do. do.
Striped do. do.
Merino do. do.
Fancy Cravats and Stocks,
Cravat Stiffeners, of the'latest style, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold at reduced prices.
He will at all times be furnished with the latest
fashions, and will execute all orders at the
shortest notice, and in the neatest style.
Most Extraordinary Continuation
BY THE SYLVESTERS!
Tp)URSUANT to the terms of a Deed ofTrust,
jJL and in conformity to the directions of the
parties wierem concerned, l shall sell, on the
premises, on Saturday the thof January next,
Lot number Twenty, on South-Front-Street.
in Newbem, where John ft. Good resides, and
also the water front thereof. The sum of One
Thousand and Eleven Dollars and Seventy-three
Cents will be required to be paid in cash. For
the residue, accommodating terms will be allow
ed, which shall be declared at the day of sale.
.Persons disposed to buy, are invited .to visit
and inspect the premises, which will be shewn
bv Mr. Good.
Newbern, Nov. 24th, 1831.
at the Office of Svlvester. 130. Broadwav.
the 820,000 Prize was sold, and just "before
that, Six of $ 10,000 in Six successive Lotteries,
immediately afterwards Sylvester's Office In
Pittsburgh sold the $ 10,000 in a Whole Ticket
also Half of $5t0004 of $ 1,000 Whole Tickets,
&c. fcc. and again did Sylvester, at his Office
in Paterson, sell the Whole of the 10,000
Prize m the Union Canal Lottery, draw last
Saturday, the 124th inst. uc1i a combination
of success was never known ; tlie aboix; defies
comparison with any other Office in the United;
States. It is also Worthy of remark that all
the above Prizes were Paid immediately on the
receipt of the drawing. Sylvester takes $his
opportunity -of informing his distant friends
that all orders for Tickets in any of Yates &
M'Intyre's Lotteries, must be addressed as un
der, and will meet same attention as on perso
nal application. In all cases the original Tic!i
ets are sent, and Sylvester isjregularly Licen
sed hy the State. Letters need only be addressed
S. J. SYLVESTER, New-York,
Pittsburgh, Pa. or Paterson, N. J.
Reference, Yates 6f STIntyre
TO MY DISTANT FRIENDS.
We would particularly call the attention of
our distant friends to the brilliant schemes to
be drawn the T4th December and 11th of Jan.
New-York Consolidated Lottery,
Class 12, for 1831, to be drawn
WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of Dec. 1831.
66 No. Lottery, 10 drawn ballots
Tickets $ 10, Halves $ 5, Quarters $2 50.
New-York (solidated Lottery,
Class 13 for 1831, to be drawn
WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of January, 1832,
48 No. Lottery Seven drawn ballots.
1 Prize of 30,000 is $30,000
STATU nJ? TVfnTi TTT VlAhf 374
A . XA M, -m w mm mm -mkm m m.
-- : . t . SS.
unty Comt of Pleats a$& Quarter
. November Tern A. D. 1831
I Original Attachniett. : '
TTT 'appearing to the satisfaction of ihe. Coarf, tlial
trie t)efendant is not an inhabitant of this 'State v
It is o.-dered, That -publictstioabe iaadafotdxWeeki
in the Iorth Carolina Sezitinpl M .Ufimfen
appear before the Courtof Picas aid'anSler Scsaofts
of Onslow County, at the Court Writf in nnnwn
the first Monday of Februarjuiest, and replevyr
plead to issue, or Judgment final will be Tender&J
against him. '..',
Attest, DAVID W. SANDERS, titerk.
1 Prize of $40,000
S a 2,000
50 80 f
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Onsi-ow Cocnty. . J
County Court of Pleas and Quarter iSw'&ny,
November Term, A. D. 1831.
Louis T Oliver ) "
vs. $ Original Altachaienl.
TTT appeariag to le'satisfaction of the Court, j&
M- the Defendant is not an inhabitant of this Se:
It is orderedy That puMicatioa be made tot six weiks
m the North Carolina Sentinel, Xhtit caid defendant
appear before the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
of Onslow County, at the Court House in Onsbwtt
the first Monday of February next, and replevy
plead to issue, or Judrmentvfinal will be rendfel
Attest, DAVID W. SANDERS, CftrJ.
. : -.k-
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ?
Onslow Cooxtt. 5
County Court of Pleas and Quarter ScssfaiS;
November Term, A. D. 1831.
Gideon Hawkins i
vs. Original Attachment.
Jesse Barrow 5
IT appearing 10 the satisfaction of the Coutt, tiiat
the Defendant is not ah inhabitant of this Static
It is ordered, That publication be inade lor six weeks
in the North Carolina Sentinel hai said defendant
appear before the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
ol' Onslow County, at the Court House in Onslow,
on the first Monday of February next, and replevy or.
plead to issue, or Judgment mia will be reftdfertd
against him. T . v
Attest, DAVID W. SANDERS, Clevft.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, I
Craven CototV. S
County Court of Pleas and Quarter &t$Sions. ,
November Term, A. D. 1831.
Thomas Watson ) .
rs. Original AttdthiiinC,
Alexander J. Maurice 3
IT appearing to (he satisfaction of the Court, thai Uie
Defendant is not an inhabitant of this Statfe, it ii or
dered, that publication foe made for six weeks, in ihe
North Carolina Sentinel, that said defendant appear be
fore the Conrt of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Craven
County, at 4he Court-House in Newbem, on the secij ml
Monday of February next, and replevy or plead to is?ue,
to judgment final will be rendered against him.
J. G. STANLY, CferJrV
OWING to the pressure of the times, the subscri
ber has determined to reduce his prices to the
lonowmg rates, viv:
For making fine Cloth Coats,
For Cutting Coats,
f . Vests,
And in proportion for other work not specified.
0 20 f
respectfully solicits the patronage ol his friends and
the Dublic 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
t SPENCE P. WILLIS.
Iewbern,j Sept. 28, 1831, .
M, STEVENSON, Senr,
BEGS leave to correct an erroneous impression
which has been unfairly made on the public mind.
He takesthis method of stating, that his Heabse is kept
for the accommodation of every decent family who
shall be bo 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 and trimming! ; ( including
an engraved Silver Plate;) together with his V9t5
personal attendance, and the use of his horse
Neatest stained Poplar or Pine Coffin, with "J
enoraved Silver Plate, and a case in the bot- a 05
torn of the grave ; together with horse, Hearse j v
and attendance, ' - J
Plain,) stained Poplar Coffin, hned withgiQ
Cambric, but without the Silver Plate, $
Plain, ! stained Coffin, with a neat pinked ftS .
Cambric border, but without lining, a
Common Parish Coffins, 64
Children's Coffins & Funerals, in the above proportion .
Newbern, Aug. 31, 1831.
1 10,000 10,000.
1 4,058 4,058
5 1,000 5,000
5 500 2,500
22 200 4,400
41 100 4,100
41 60 2,460
41 50 2,050
82 40 3,280
656 20 13,120
5740 10 57,400
Tickets $ 10, Halves $ 5, Quarters $ 2 50.
We thus early give notice that our kind pa
trons all over the United States, Canadas, West
Indies, fcc. fcc. can have time to write. We
are provided with Packages of Wholes, Halves,
and (Quarters, and in all cases the lickets sold
from our offices are the original.
S. J. SYLVESTER,
New-York, Pittsburgh, and Paterson.
Ar. 23 II Jan.
Linnsean Botanic Garden & Nurseries,
FLUSHING, NEAR NEW YOR&.
WILLIAM PRINCE & SONS, Proprie
tors, announce that the great extensions
made in their Establishment, which now covers
near 50 acres, completely filled with the choicest
TREES, SHRUBS and PLANTS, enables
them to offer the various kinds at the redticed
prices stated in their new catalogues, which
will be sent to any person who may aply for
them. The size nd excellence of the Trees
exceeds all former periods, and the most scru
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
cified. 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
inal highly approved Valuable Medici'n'es
Lee's Elixir has for twentit vears been amost
successful medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, f5pit
tinff of blood, asthma,, mdisestive coiwunpUon, 'ano
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our citizens have certified.
To Mr. NoahRidgdy, Baltimore.
Dear Sir I I was attacked with a most violent 6lds
and severe cough, and pains in the breast which continu
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my voice altered so much, that it was with the utO70t
exertion 1 could pronounce a single sentenceHoudetr thffi
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Elixir which restored me tb perfect health. - -
I'ours, with respect, J. A. SMITH,
Market-street, Fell's Point
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Mayor of the City of BaltimoiT-.
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Am v to THOMAS WATSON,
i FOR SALE,
A NEW VAULT in the burying
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Lee s Anodyne Elixir, for fke cure of head ache
Lee's Com Plaster for removing and ties
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Lee's Lip Salve, ,;
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WILT AM WT ttESk, at his StoreJ?.
Nenvwho has just received aP?
XT Hundred, of eayes ofcnc J
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