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HEWBEKN GOllBECIAL, AGKICUliTUMAIi AND LITEKAEY IMTEILMOEMCIBIK .
LIBERTY. ...THE CONSTITUTION.. ..UNION.
" "BY THOMAS WATSON.
1 '" TERMS,
Three dollars per annum payable in advance,
fto paper will" be discontinued (but at the dis
cretion of the Editor) until ail arrearages have been
Remittances by mail will be guarantied by ,
-jmffRS. CLETHERALL'S seminary for young
ItJL ladies, will camraence on Tuesday the first of
November, at the Ihouse Lately occupied by . John
Harris, Esq. adjoining" the residence of Mr. Bcr
cWvn, on East Front-Street.
Hoard, including Washing, ( $30
Taition in Reading,. Spelling, Grammar, i
Arithmetic, Geography and Sewing, s
The above, with Rhetoric, Composition,
History, General Science, Epistolary
Writing, and Fancy Work, dec.
Trench, Drawing Dancing, and Music, will be
rrparate -charges, the lattef to commence5 first Q,uar
f -r of next year.
The first Quarter to be paid in advance.
Hoarders are required (to bring their bedding,
TWt'-la, &C ' -
No Pupil received for kiss than one Quarter.
Get. 26, 1881. dt. :
T appearing to the Board of Trustees tl at
a considerable amount of tuition money
unpaid, notwithstanding the rule requiring
from every pupil payment in auvance,
Resolved, That theTcachers be directed to
riuso these arrearsto be collected without
crlay, " (
Resolved farther, That an adherence to the
vnlft is deemed essential to the interests of
the Institution, and that the Teaphers are
i ! hereby required, in every Instance hereafter,
when a pupil does not produce a Certificate
from the Treasurer, of the tuition money
'.being paid within one week after the com
nencenicnt of his quarter, without distinc
tion of person, to inform the pupil that he
van no longer be received until such certificate
Resolved further That these Resolutions
1 - published in tlie newspapers of this town.
v ' M E. MANLY,
"November 23d, 1S31.
AT the November Term, A. D. 1831, of the
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of
.Craven County, the subscriber obtained letters
f Administration on the 'estate o( John Justice,
deceased. All persons indebted to said estate
kre requested to make immediate payment, and,
those having claims against it, to bring them
forward, properly authenticated, within the time
prescribed by Jaw, or they will be barred of
recovery by the operation of the acts of Assem
bly in such case made and provided.
ANN M- JUSTICE,
yaebern. Xov. Wh, 1831. Administratrix
1ST ATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, ) I
!cuniy Coufa of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
November Term, A. D. 1831.
rs. Original Attachment.
V.c Barrow - V "
WT annearinor to the satisfaction of the Court, that
the. Defendant is not an inhabitant of this State
It is ordered, That publication be made for six weeks
in the North Carolina Sentinel that saw deiendant
appear before the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
of Onslow County, at i the Court House in Onslo w,
on the. first Monday of February next, and replevy or
plead to issue, or Judgment nnal will be rendered
against, him, !
Attest,, DAVID W. SANDERS, Clerk.
JOHN A. CRISPIN
fljT AS jusj returned from New York with
LIJLL general assortment of
IIARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY
trr. r-iT.. i' . . . .
.KjvuvKing arnacs comprise apart of his Stock
Champaignr, in qt. and
Cogniac Brandy (6upe
Peach do. J
Old Jamaica Rum,
Superior Holland Gin.
Loaf & Lump,
Brown, various qual.
Old Monong, Whiskey,
N. E. Ruin.
Porter in qt.& pt. bottles'
Buckwheat, Goshen Jiutter, Cheese,
Spanish &iAmcrican Segars, su
perior Chewing Tobacco, fec.
Which he offers low for cash or country produce,
at the Store on Pollok-stree formerly occupied
by thoto George A. Hal!, Esa. '. v .
0" -i 1
MESPECTFULLY informs his former
patrons and the public generally, that he
Jias resumed business in Newbern, at the well
known stand lately occupied by Mr. Charles
TP1rT rm Pollock-Street, wnere ne win
a , assortment of
Superfine Bine, Black, Olive, Brown, and In
visible Green Cloths ; Blue, Drab and Fan
cy mixt Cassimeres,fine Goafs Hair
Camlet, Fancy $ Plan Vesting,
Cocrtltcr toftli ancu Articles of 23msf,
AMONG WHICH ARE
Fasliionblc Stocks, Cravats, Sus
penders, Gloves, Cravat Stiffhers,
fine linen Collars, &c. &e.
All orders will be thankfully received and
executed on the most reasonable .terms and at
the shortest notice.
E3 Ten per cent, will invariably be deduc
ted for Cash, on all orders for Clothing.
Newbern 9th Nov. 1 83 1 .
AT the November Term, A. D. lS31,of
the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
for Craven County; the subscriber obtained let
ters of Administration on the estate of Eliza
beth Sears, deceased. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and 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.
VILLI AM L. SEARS,
Newbern, Nov. lGth, 1831.
M. STEVENSON, Senr.
BEGS leave to correct an erroneous impression
which Ikib been unfairly madeon the public mind.
He takes this method of stating, that his Hearse is kept
tor 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 eoi?riety, decency and good order.
It is hoped that the following reasonable charges
will be satisfactory.
Neatest Mahogany Cofun, for a grown per
son, with linings and trimmings; (including
an engraved Silver Plate ;) together with his 635
personal attendance, and the use of his horse j
and Bier, )
Neatest stained Poplar or Pine Cofnn, with
engraved Silver Plate, and a case in the hot- 125
torn of the grave ; together with horse, Hearse f
and attendance, J
Plain, stained Poplar Coffin, lined with f ct't O
Cambric, but without the Silver Plate,
Plain, stained Cofhn, with a neat pinked (
Cambric border, but without lining, $
Common Parish Coffins, 64
Children'! Coffins 6c Funerals, in the aboTe proportion .
Newbern, Aug. 31, lb31
Most Extraordinary Continuation
OF GREAT AND
BY THE SYLVESTERS!
- ONLY a short time ago, it was announced
that at the Office of Sylvester, 130, Broadway,
the 620,000 Prize was sold, and iust before
that, Six of $ 10,000 in Six successive Lotteries,
! :! . 1 . 1 trt t . , v
lmmeaiaieiy anerwaras oyivesier s umce m
Pittsburgh sold the 8 10,000 in a Whole Ticket,
also Half of 85,0004 of $ 1,000 Whole Tickets,
fcc. &c. and again did Sylvester, at his Office
in Paterson, sell the Whole of the 8 10,000
Prize in the Union Canal Lottery, drawn last
Saturday, the 24th inst. Such a combination
of success was never known ; the above 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 this
opportunity of informing his distant friends
that all orders for Tickets in anv 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 Tick
ets are sent, and Sylvester is regularly Licen
sed by the State. Lettersnieed only be addressed
S. J. SYLVESTER, New-York,
: r Pittsburgh, Pa. or Paterson, N. J.
Reference, Yates $ ISVIntyre.
JOHN W. NELSON,
ITB ESPECTFULLY informs the Publick that be
"-tl continues to manufacture every article in his
line ol business. He is at all times provided with the
best materials; and in return for the liberal and in-
A i v v i
creasing paironage wnicn ne receives, ne promises
punctuality and fidelity.
He continues to make COFFINS, and to sunerin
tend FUNERALS; and that he may be, enabled to
conduct the solemnities ol interment more becomino-h
and satisfactorily, he has constructed a superior
HEARSE, lor the use of which no additional charge
-Ml 1 t m-r . - r"
vwu uc maae. iNewbern, June 1st, 1831.
FTHHE Copartnershiu of Joseoh M. Granada
'-- & Co- consisting of Joseph M, Granade
-uu.cpnen ivmcey, was dissolved by mutual
consent on the 15th September, 1831. All per
sons indebted to, or having claims against the
" e requested to come forward for
X 1 7 lSeph M Grnade, who is duly
authorised for that purpose.
JOSEPH M. GRANADE,
NsvXern, N. C. 9th Nov. 1831.
Edward C. O. Tinker,
TTD ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
jJXX Newbern and its vicinity that he has
lately returned from New York, with a hand
some assortment of GOODS in his line of
business, among which are
Super Blue, Black," Green and Olive Cloths,
Mulberry and Plum do.
Chesnut-brown, Steelmixf & blk. Cassimeres,
Black Silk Florentine,
Black 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 StifTenersof the latest style, &c. 6cc.
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.
Nov. 9, 1831,
TTOSEPII M. GRANADE, & Co. respecf
QjJ fully inform their friends and the public,
that they have just received (by sundry late ar
rivals) from 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
WINES AND SPIRITS,
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery and
All of which they offer for sale at a moderate
advance for cash or country produce.
Newbern, Nov. 14, 1831.
if WING to the" pressure of the times, the subscri
ber lias determined to reduce his prices to the
toiiowing rates, viv:
For making fine Cloth Coats,
" Homespun do.
4t Common do.
; Fine Vests,
For Culting Coats,
' " Vests,
And in proportion for other work not specified. He
respectfully solicits the patronage ot his inends and
the public, and assures those who may employ him
that their work will he done faithfully, in the latest
fashions, arid with all practicable dispatch. His shop
is on Craven-Street, a lew doors teoutn oi the Jtsank
SPENCE P. WILLIS.
Newbern, Sept. 28, 1831,
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD,
WILL be given for the apprehension and
delivery in Jfewbern Jail of my Negro
Men HUGH and JIM. They ran away from
my house in Beaufort, about ten days ago.
Hugh was raised on Mr. Gaston's Plantation on
Brices Creek, and I expect both of them are
dodging about in the bushes at that place.
Hugh is about 28 years old, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches
high, is not a very dark negro, is trim built,
with very thick lips. He wears a long, blue
cloth coat occasionally. He has a pass written
by my daughter, dated about two weeks ago,
to go to Neuseand return, which he will pro
bably show if interrogated. Jim is a black ne
gro, about 25 years old, about 5 feet 6 inches
high, and thick set. He was raised by Mrs.
Thompson, in Beaufort, and has a wife at James
T. Jones' Dlantation, on Clubfoot's Creek
Jim has a pass written by me, about two weeks,
ao-o. with leave to cro to Clubfoot's Creek and
return immediately. They have taken a longer
tour than I expected, and if they return to me
immediately, without cost, I will endeavor to
sell them to the man they want to live with.
When Hugh reads this, he had better reflect on
his error, and come home witnoui aeia.
Beaufort, Nov. 6th, 1831.
STATE OR NORTH CAROLINA,
Onflow County. JS
County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
November Term A. D. 1831.
Benjamin Scott i
xs Original Attachment.
Jesse Barrow j
TTT nnnpnrlnrr tn the satisfaction of the Court, that
the Defendant, is not an inhabitant of this State
7 is nrderpd. That oublication be made for six weeks:
in the North Carolina Sentinel, that said defendant
appear before the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
of Onslow County, at the Court House in Onslow, on
the first Monday of February next, and replevy or
plead to issue, or Judgment nnai win oe reuuereu
against him. , ,
Attest, DAVID W. SANDERS, Clerk.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
NovemberTerm, A. D. 1831.
Louis T Oliver )
vs. Original Attachment.
Jesse Barrow S
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
the Defendant is not an inhabitant of this State:
is ordered. That publication be made lor six weeks
in th3 North Carolina Sentinel, that said defendant
appear before the Courtof Pleas and Quarter Sessions
or Onslow County, at the Court House in Onslow, on
the first Monday of February next, and replevy or
plead to issue, or Judgment final will be rendered
against him. ,
Attest, DAVID W. SANDERS, G'
IJIHE Drawing of the subscriber's Lottery
lL took place on Friday last, the prizes in
which will be paid to the fortunate adventurers
on me presentation oi tneir uckcis.
January 4, 1832.
Linnaean Botanic Garden & Nurseries,
FLUSHING, NEAR NEW YORK.
ILLIAM PRINCE & SONS, Proprie
tors, announce that the ?reat 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 variousjunds at the reduced
prices stated in their new catalogues, which
will be sent to any person Ucho may aply for
them. I he size and 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 prool or 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. Their
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 Cherries, Apricots,
Nectarines, Almonds, 6lc. besides ether Fruits
so that all persons can make their selections,
with a knowledge of the qualitie.
Aw v to THOMAS WATSON,
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions ,
NovemberTerm, A. D. 1831. "S
Thomas Watson i v
rs. Original Attachment.
Alexander J. Maurice. S I
IT appearing to the satisfaction of tKe Court, thai the ;
Defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is or- i
dered, that publication be made lor six wreks, in the i
North Carolina Sentinel, that said defendant appear be-(
fore the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of CravenM
County, at the Court-House in Newbern, fn the second j
Monday of February nt'X',and replevy or plead to issue,
to judgment final will be rendered against him. j
Attest, J. G. STANLY, Cterk.
Original highly approved Valuable Medicines
TWENTY YEARS. .
Lee's Elixir has for twenty years been amosl
successful medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, spit
tine of blood, asthma, indigestive consumption, and
other complaints of the lungs and breast, asmany of
our citizens nave certmea.
To Mr. Noah Ridgely, Baltimore.
Dear Sir : I was attacked with a roost violent colds
and severe cough, and pains in the breast which continu
ed to grow worse, during which my appetite failed, and
my voice altered so much, that it was with the utmost
exertion I could pronounce a single sentence'louder than
breath. I boujht and used one phial of your vatuatde
Elixir which restored me to perfect health.
Yours, with respect, J. A. SMI ill,
Market-street, Fell's Point.
Lee s Famous Anti-bilious Pills. Lee's un-
paralleled Anti-bilious Pills price 25 and 50 cents per
box famous for the cure of binous and destructive fevers
obstinate obstructions of the stomach and bowels, giddi
ness, eosti veness, sickness at stomach, removing colds, aic.
(None aregenuine without the signature of Noah Kidgely)
. r-. II J - L . '. . 111
uear oir: uaving maae wse oi me vai iuu m iu
family, offered to the public for the last twenty-five years,
and havin? found vour celebrated Anti-bilious Pills the
most emcanous in cleansing the stomach and bowels, re
CM - -
moving head aches, sick stomach, and having used them
for several years past, can have no hesitation in stating
that I believe them as represented, a most valuable Fa
mily Medicine. JACOB SMALL,
Mayor of the City of BaltHnore.
Lee's Ague and Fever Drops warranted to cure.
Sir : We are now happy to inform you 'hat the result,
a ft -r a correct trial, of your Lee'S Ague and Fver Drops,
has been of the most flattering kind. Not only a few cases
have been cured of that very disagreeable and irksome
complaint, but, sir, every case, so far as our inquiries have
reached, has been perfectly cured ; and some indeed by
a fw doses only.
O'NEAL, RICHMOND, Si CO.
Lee's Nervous Cordial, an excellent Medicine
for all nervous affections, weakness pains in the loins, &c.
Lee's Genuine Essence and Extract of Mus-
tard, an infallible remedy for biuises, rheumatism,
sprains, nombness. chilblains, Uc.
Mr. Noah Ridgely, Sir : 1 have been so greatly afflifc
ted with rheumatic pains, as to lose, entirely, the nseof
my right leg, thigh, and hip, indeed it extended to my
shoulder. Sy the use of the bottle I purchased of you, I
am perfectly cured. THOs. WQOTF.N
Two miles on the Washington Road.
Lee's Worm Destroying Lozenges, almost
powerful medicine, removes -destroys all kinrf of worms
Lee's Sovereign Ointment for the Itch.
Warranted to cure by one application, free from mercury
or any pernicious ingredients.
Lee's Genuine Persian Lotion. The Per
sian Lotion operates mildly, rendering the skin delicatelv
soft and smooth, improving the complexion.
Lee's Toothache Drops which give imme
Lee's Eye Water a certain cure for sore eye
Lee s Anodyne Elixir, for the cure of head ache
Lee's Corn Plaster -for removing and des
Lee's Lip Salve.
Ther jve highly approved medicines are cold by
WILT .AM W? CLARK, at his Store, Pollock-st.
Ne- rn, who has just received a fresh supply-
O- Hundred- of cases of curei performed by the above
truly valuablemedicines could be gien, dd the hmiL of
a newspaper adroit of it.
May 20, 1S31. i
Newbern, Dec. 21, 1831.
The Northern Mail will in future be closed on
Monday at 3 P. M. On all other days, it will be
closed as fonserly, at-9 P. M.
T. WATSON, P. M
OF THE .
North Carolina. Afiscellany.
Thf. Subscribers propose to issue at Edenton
a weekly paper, bearing the above title, and
designed to succeed the " Edcnton Gazetfii''
about to be discontinued.
The primary object of this publication is, 10
contribute to the amusement, convenience, and
improvement of the community, to which it is
offered. Accordingl y, in addition to advertise
ments, and the various news of the day, it shall
be appropriated to the exclusive interests of
no party, either political or religious; but
shall be made a medium of general information,
and free discussion, respecting any question-.
which may probably claim the attention of the
The Miscellany shall be printed with good
type, on a fair sheet end be furnished to sub
scribers at $2 50, if paid in advance, or in three
months from the fime of subscribing, and 8 3 if.
payment be made at the end of the year.
The firstN number shall appear as early in
January next as the acquisition of the necessary
materials will admit.
WM. E. PELL.
Edenton, N. C. Dec. 20th 1831.
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, &Co.
CORNER OF P0LL0K AND MIDDLE-STREETS
MAVE just received by the schooner Re
becca from New York, and other late ar
rivals from New York, Philadelphia and Balti
more, a general assortment of Foreign nn&
Domestic DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
and CUTLERY, (r0Cftfr2, CrlSSS and
Stone SLare, Groceries, Wines, &c.
&c -All of which they offer for sale, at a very
moderate advance for Cash or Country Produce
The following articles may be enumerated as part f
their srock vi2 :
20 bhls Pilot and Navy Bread
10 do NY Weitern Canal Floor Beach's red fcrffa
&vliHlfbb!s ditto dirto
6 casks Goshen Cheese-,
1 box Pine Apple ditto y
12 kegs Family Butter -
50 pueces Smoked Beef , (.
115 Smoked Tongues, 12 boxes Smohprl irernng
6 boxes fresh bunch Raisins
G00 bushels Irish Potatoes ;
6 barrels Loaf and Lump Sugars
White Havana and Good New Orleans do
Imperial, Gunpowder, and Hyson TE AS
Mexican and St. Domingo Coffee
Chocolate, 2 boxes fresh
Madeira ( Colmanar
ISaples 3 I Muscatel-
Dry Lisbon j S3 j
30 doz quart aud pint bottles Porfer
2; do best refined Cider
lu barrels best New-aik family Cider, by th tkarrv
or on draft
Raspberry and Cherry Brandy
IN ash County Apple and Peach diUo
Old Monongahela Bye Whiskey
Common Rye ditto
Best Holland and Rye Gin
Old Jamaica St Croix andN E Ituta
lb hhds retading Molasses
Black Pepper aud Allspice
Race and grouud Ginger, London Mirsfar4
.Nutmegs Cinnamon, Cloves and Mace
1 basket best Sallad Oil
6 boxes Sperm. Candles, 12 do Tallow dirto
25 ditto Yellow Soap. 2 bladders Putty
12 ditto 10 by 12 Window Glass
12 ditto 8 by 10 do do
12 kegs and 25 half kegg best White Lead
2, barrels best Winter Sperm Oil
2 barrels Linseed do
2 ditto train do
350 bottles Lorillard's best Souff
Chewing Tobacco, of various qualities
"5 pieces 42 inch Dundee hemp Bagging
20 coils bale Rope
6 cases Gentlemen's fine Hats, 2 do Wol date
2 ditto Men s and Boy's Hair Seal Caps
I) ditto Whitemore's Cottou Cards, ssorte4
2 ditto Wool do dn
4 dz Fancy flag bottom'd Chairs
12 do Windsor ditft
Ladies' rocking and sewiug ditt(
Children's Chairs of various kinds
1 bale 7-8 Cotton Oznaburgs
50 casks Stone Lime
60 ditto Cut Nails, assorted sir.es
1 ditto 15doz Carolina hoes, assorted Size L
100 pair Trace Chains
6 doz N Beers long bright bitted Axes
8 do English Spades and Shovels
2 tons English and-Swedes Iron, B&stir ted, (pent
1 1-2 to 8 inches wide
Haifa ton square bar Iron from 34to 1 inchc
24 Freeborn's patent Cast Iron Ploughs
12 Ploughs, manufactured by an expcrienc J F afnrr
in this neighborhood.
Newbern, 8th December, 1831. -
TTN Friday evening, the 16th inst. beiweeo
VU Newbern and the fork of Ncuse and Do
ver Roads, a Black 3Iorocco Pocket Book, tied
with a dressed deer-skin string, containing
about $275, in United States' Bank Notes;
A note of hand against Benj. Jarrel, for sii
dollars and a few cents; and a note of baud
drawn by James Blount, with -Hilen Godlcy
security, for 844, and some centar payable to
Jordan Knox. And another note, payable to
Edward Nelson, for forty dollars; dated 18th'
day of November, 1830, and payable 12 months
after date, signed by Noah Vfi Gilford as prin
cipal, and S ohn Bryarr security -
One of the Bank notes wa, fbj g 100, ICb. 3,
payable at Natehez; there 'Jwqrb two 8 20
notes and the remainder inTen Dollar Jfotes.
All persons are , captioned against trading for
any of the above notea or receiving the nioney
aesenpea. .1 nennaer be Jiherally rewar
ded by retiirning the Pocket Book, witH l
contents, to Mr. James Hayward, in Newbenvl'
SAMUEL J. ROACH.
; December 17f.l831. ;iLr
The ffighest Ca8kJ?ricc9
WlLLbe given for likely yxrtmeeo
both gesirom one to 26 ygJ?
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