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0 ''"J era 4" 4 f, .! T.e JUr a c . r i:J w i".. f -i : a.5. A ! . ' ' v a r rrrjjf il r f, a-i 1 . t j: .1 r ti I f I a, . . i. ; i i I u -. : i.. , . 1' JL L t ii ill -".V VIS ml k' nrl na eoifuwa fc.. . . . - r'e i Nj' l l . i I now fr(rtit.( iXit KI !i ,:, NittcbiJri.Me l ' We will M-tl M irr..Ht. . mm I- fVn.lr t V t ftilrd SkstriL Pfw oi t; J im. m.-'.., 1h. ht at lh Xnrtl. - . .i . . fry luirli jjt t l i . hh k ?J M(t Jbr 'va-. f rmltl. Cll and i. - " K.fs OW lr,sJ Fiai.t.iti. :.t. Vubrr t- r J . if,w-: i:; T 1)1 CfL c. uiw nri Me .t r . or L. at murtlg mmm.i,l nin. i LOXGS: WRRH a 1 1 Hv.OiUre.l K-il, victim, U-h&lrra lute-toted f f4r, rjf lue r;nif,ir(. J . l!.e f !e HI at ur U'l Jrt-l Ti 1 -. , . .1 l, . 65 a ij ; icr u.-4 -. 1 1 ii j rtM;i result v.a, ijnl h "of tUcn, at Icm. biried iff The Art! knw Church.1 .MRXVU.EWS SCHOOL, Tor Hoys and Girls. IX T7 GOOD i: t the fi'iumiyr i THE bttt fvaon of lhi N Hool mi!l CUi T i. J K JUT. t i I '! ?- 1 I 5 , . . 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Ii!a.'ure. l;N.o- (ih by UuU.kmmm ti.H k ic.r, ; mt tinisvlfat tIk- head f the Uei JafL i I A ! fi ' 1 'Krnat- ,. lb Un H..l,-K-Mr jjm, u M.iu tkb. '. : . hg tlf France.- Ti e Prefect .f iJiel -Tr '" y U) k-di..g Hli.b" in-ibia.. t.li. tsOHOOtFIELD."!'" 4 ; 0' . n Anl4vL. !3fc i, pmc.iir4 tl Ftvi.Ire t . f ""- ,r ! far m f uituj. b4v l i .fM.t.-a ., tbo jhiUM" ' WM- : j . muarjai Kiciinmraiille: was entire- ; . r..t.;. .. . "", m AnrtW;e.!rJ i.,!,,, r;.-ft.; y Mrv Kcutt s'Com ibK 8uhrrir f W. F. bTKAYHOK.X. " I a.... ... ...... . . r Hmiiitlie.u. J he luh in alMtiit 14 tu V:et waa taurel. . . , " ' ' 111 V. t . r.r r fllTI(IHI.i IIM t V K K H I .aaaBBk AIT r .ietr.Vrl bv fire earlr thig wn.rnin2. ' " . ,'rrL' " fNH tiM lrMu iu'J r,,...: ,0 '.f" ""fr M UM. JOXt. to.- J t - ti 7 . I V T c7u,-r'.'nner:if FIM:e .huuld renew her1" """1,, ij i,5 & Wehuj., i.r.D jMarvland. hd,t pasng along Lo,,,. ttJtr4i . . .. V1 ttehrU. w-J i? 4., itgone- fcartl we,t. near buuth. at Jlf.iatj , . :.. . V , ; five xtt tin eveninj, had a rune n,,.r.,t n.n.Zi:. I . . .i . thrown atoaudlu. neck.and dr- aal tit tj ta ttl lak V r i tr I.fa.a tuain raSbed of three Ih. i ad d.l ara-fiveh wcurred a few ,n.nth a-M.. ,n the hviidred.in gold, twelve . Laltiim.rpjrt.0VinCef Kan suh.hi theitoAhwestof r trl,rt' hundred ClIna; .n,. fh,ckg Wf nff, if) lfc .i New orJt, atjl bi, alcU. At the tu i.frb.m.u.1 ,,rf.- -:u u i . : - . -" Ftt OK- R !CR. AT,N.A3H.I.-S0..,e r..1 ..!.. i.. -j. i .ie..i IHXilut nr.waa amjuncu liai U Ul Ul nn fh Ofi.K ..T I.. . . i Ir.l h Ih.I uii.... .1....- Tt.:..i. ...!.... j. ,. . ... , " i .u a i imsi. atiu were re ... ...-.8 ..... ........ t iu, iu, fimi ItmvaathniMn int.. ht i.toulh.and peed ,,nv time, tig ring a space .f Nt. oil wh a(5-r f,o, I jir.ieWj eves,-.strangling aud blmd.g h.m . fiftern dajg from that date.. The de- tomwrha, and if yog are willing; to he gutdr J The, robber ec.H before U cu d v,fc,ati,in ,lu, ,wss f ife,caUlicd as .dice,f.,aad.J ,,. e-i, reM,i '. (td,.,y.d.yoli,,d-.CWaUier., ted it.i U.e kn if. e.l, and ,everal thousand hcuses .lea. terative, curativ. .d Infant. V.nd.".l7 . "s ---w 4. i ri'iiriiii i i. a.ni.i.. gi:..A . ' one at.Nia.Mta Fall.4 Ivrites g f.illow-lthr,.u in a letter tu the Buffalo t.'tiurier: "It wasniygnod foitune to witness, one day lat week, a Mght hucIi as is not often seen, being the descent of an immense mas.- of solid rock into the riverhelow. On the point where we are at w jk(npon the Lewis'an Railroad,) a monster rock, weighing as near a I can calculate about two hundred ton, firojected out from he perpendicular etlge nn which we were at w ork, with seeinir,glj ho support under it, but held only by -the eartli, roots, &c. on top, and connecting it withjthe main bank. On remueiu.thia earth a beaut was discovered, and the rock began to inani fest signs of uneasiness, feiling, ss much as a rork could feel, evident agitation at the i.rospert before it. The Main gradually opened, little patches of earth disengaged themselves, and the word was soon spread that the big rock was, about to take a leap into the foaming cardron "below. Quite a con course of visiters gathered on the bank above. and the men ran from their w ok, some in fear and trembling, to the top of the bank, 1 50 feet above, to be sure 1 be : out' of the nay. At length the t monster. gave signs of acute internal distress; the trees which stood upon it began to. nod good bye:; the scam rent and the rock tell, the fall thereof beii g rcat. Away it went, jumping, crash-; mg, and tearing every thing before it, 1 wo hundred feet dow n to tlH river be low. "The tall trees in its course snap ped like p pestems. But when it rcacli fd -the river a most magnificent specta cle was presented. There rose, like a great water giitnt, a white Column f fpraf and mist a hundred' feet high incredible as it may seem, those who1 witnessed it will attest thatJt rose tu! 'ne-third the height of the chasm--and ! Eminent ! tluy hnth w rre, and Maiul spread round in falling a distance of jug mi the same line of eminence, there fewn two to three liuiulred Teet and were yet reiuirkaUe and , rlu.rscterisiic the rays of the sun striking It formed ; diflcrcner kelween thtm. . If I were io a perfect rainbow.' It was c rtainly venture au opinion in teganl 10 their re the grandest sight' of the kind I ever apeciive esrelleneiep, I slmn d i-av that the Witnessed, and worth a journey "to see, It impresses one vividly with pretty tangible idea 'of the eSects of an accU'? llllllatli.n ..T M mulation of power.' Sixoular Accident. A German named George Dragen, for the last six -Vears employed in the shops of the ler and ill and his high personal attnhine, "ad River Railroad, was 'killed at 'asoned a control over the loans and ar Sandusky Thursday morning, 25th ult., I ihrns ol m n; lite other by ihe m-ijeeiie by the explosion of a, barrel, into which idispl4ylUi'ioitllefi.wrnigh npim-ilieti he had put unslacte lime for the pur-jm u l. n-otdded Iht ir fentinieiitsand pose of cleansing; On pouring boil- jcn irimns. The one will he rememher jng water.tipon thif litaeaml.sliakmg the ed more by the lengih and tarieiy of hi bai'fel, after closing the bung, it explo-1 puhhc service, an I the gret and beneiU leu with great force, -and so badly shattered the German.' head as to cause his death in a few mo.ja,ents. " The Hon.. John L. fanning, a Sena tor in the Legislature of South Caroli- nai was on Thursday eleced by that D,dy to he Governor of the State for the led by mighry and abundant iriboiariea ensuing term by a nearly unanimous Ironi the right and imm the left, hear die vte. ; John II. Irbr, Esq., was at the gathered riches of an empire upon its Ihi Sa'ne time elected, Lieutenant Gover-:in. whi e pinning ii iap;d and ieiless iior. The inauguration took place tcrday;, , . - . ; : lhere are 8,'00fj hotels, drjnking and, , lraiI sWbs in New York, aud the a-, "unt expended in them, is ama7.ing, j ''iiihtt exceeding belief. If the diily .iCs a;eratri ssin u-b-r-h U a pv , . . . , - i . J . ,""u i tie i- ;r1V.''rUf,,,a?,l t'&r.r H.k-Uer from l5 iJiKuihh ied Pule,. hn furar 1 a t . ut'u 80 dUeg4 theEu.pcnay!n U-V' i; " . ' vi, . mm ' an account ol a terriL n.i,i. fm ...:i.t- it . . ... C a ii:iiuui iltrtll alaO IU ra'tnnar,. .1;; i " i ma i ur iiiiiii tr ami fc vri nnrina tltrown down. A , yottny woman, ava th Suffolk ('.iiiilvt (N. Y.) tiazeite, ulipie in lint niontiy aoiiie e-4ra ago, teinrd on a rnli ....it m t.i..l. .... .1 ..I. I . I. V Hn.I looi. I he n.flau.niation and pun uere erv (fr;al. and hn-kjw h aj(rclien- led. A fiinul nf the f.iinil vj however, reriiioinriidril the ajij-ttcaiion nf a hi e l. la ken ff.h from d. Bwhn. and i onnded - , . . . i a , l.e.u li mihaiile. and by ke., oil (he rriMlied heel, i hanging it for firth ne a ii yniiifiiieeiiied lo beromc impairi-d, a pri-try mre was hVeled. Simple hut rflVrtnal rrnieilua like I'tia shoiild he known in every one. Rnmnra of inure ex nnliiifMj agninat Col. a ari heeornini; rnrrent in the Somh. Thelal San'Antonia (Texa ) ledger re. 1 milks thai three hundred armed men. sop-1 pnaed In he volunteer, for IJiihi, were qtiiiiii rrd fii Si. Joki jiIi's land. . - Mg. Rivks ox thk Death 'Or Vf.b TH A i a meeiine of Au.erii'an einzens, held Ifiih November, at the A merit an Cliih, line Motibnnie, I'ati. Mr. Rives, I;. S. MmiMi r, delivered an eloquent ad. .1.. .. : .. i i i . i - i i - 1 " I',: ' l,HW" " ,"H ' up.,, m,. tienMer.am. '''''P;' i-wn urinrni said nil Mill .Mr. Clay. , Me Ii w:u my privilege, and a grent one I tindouliiedly sirem it, lo have seiveil in Imth Houses of thtngresa wi h these exiraordinary mi it ; mmI tltiferm from diem, ns sometime did, n quehiinn of pnhlie prt ii-y, it nfXinlo n:e the inosi stnei re satixfae ion bear tny liumble tesiimonv to tlie wmvletfiil en hnvments which gae thent llie lead ihey rvisestd in ihe ituhlie rnttueiU of their puioiiv. one, Hiori-Ii alouud wtth'the hifihesi gifts Tof ihe mator. whs yet,.more picennni nt U ihv great praeiieal aimesma" al lender: .1... .1 .1 l : .11. ihefther. lliouch possessing all the iicooi n 1 i ltiiei. t- of tjiesiaiestoan was yet more distinguished as the tinriva'K d nrttor and torist, Tlieoiiebvllietirreof hiseharae 'cent measure of trati nal pilic.y whieh he originated and earned: the odier.hr !ip grand and Joliy insptrationa of his gem u em bodied in bis fpeeclies and t!U rmtr!'. The one reM inhed hVwwn Misisip P". which. iraveisiiig immense legiona, and I nil irm n hiii hit: , ic wiirr, ,lie r .... . 1 ... . , ;.. . . i. . i a.wlol and suliliuu Nangata, spanned by the eelcsiial ho, v. aid ninid the ilinmlers n eaieracl, emptying seas ai a p'linge ami then silking mho the ' quietude ol repine. . I hese great men are eMually d ia- iiijiiishe,l hy tlijrrgeiiess and elevation 'nf h.'ir view.. Vv -, ' T ' "".'"V H l"'J B'lura, and know ! r-T, rrriHii,, mrt attrtuJjnt with na n f.MW ttMik, ,hb nrer been tried lilioat 1... .r .L . . . : . . eoiwWT, h ia the melii4iM wbirh-Wfc-nce. akilL i..u..T, ii aw HMMitto wi,ifli arvnc. akiii, uiwnrt.ee otfrrVto 'human iuffviiiig". ft i r.ecra,y W.Ve c!, medW,,,', l,iat lo' ti r . i i , . , " ac. it f,r 1e all nr,l .l u ?f tSe kml . ver.a.t4 t. the ftiir. , , ? . , . (Ctuf ai- by U. il. ant. at the INm OfTwn : ' Cj U tlutull U UHtccrttffit kiwwntiT it ia """ijriroe mai luifuraijuo u (be !arvut of a h'' l" ' f .rj, ,K '" c,,,,lera UK,r,'u ivcr '!'. '"I 'matyr other dW. e Jm, rat iMUe Cii I,h N'i weekly eaUWue of death.. . " " - . a a "n" WVV" 180 that flip in mrll..iit f. h. .1: . :r I j V - .. . .v. mg ui(TKI I CI 1 ill U ahove. , f'hiluJtlphitt Cit if Htm. , For sale at the Drug Store, - it-',: ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WflNDBR!- 1"tStt. U.arrTua.-Dr.J.S.I ough- i0'a 1'EPSIN, the True Digestive flujd, or tiastiic Juice, prepared fron Rennel, or the fourth atomach of an Jx, after dirertion of Ba ron 'ic,'W ,he Phyeinlogk-al Chemhtt, by j' f H,mh,,on' PbillHt.hia. Tbi. U T" I 1 j... am vuinindiiii, cuiiaitliauun and debility, curing after nature', own method. by nature's own agent, the Gaairic Juice, ram- phlet.eniiiaining M-ientific evince of it value, furnished by agent gratis. See advertisement ill aoC3er column. In Chatham county, on Tuerday the 14th insf Dy jie jjpVi j f pit'u, ' ' . M , amea M'Neill, Col. Jossea Titaxr. borough, toMiM4a F. Snao- M4K, of Clintham rolmty. " ' . On the 3 1 inatant, by the Rev. J. L. Cliflon Mr. Willi 4 m l)4SLET,'of inmpon county, to Miss Rbskcc4 BiiMSKT.of Duplin county. Died, ., hi. residence in Alamance cmtnty, on 7 m i the 14tn instant. Wiiniv Kb,n..,w P-- . ........ , the 75th year of hi. age. The deceased we. af. flicted with a painful disease of fifteen month.' L. (5ftB , -nr,.. . .... . , I uuratxin, and was ronfiiird lo I is bra the whole . . uur, ye nc was never nearu to complain or his - rot, and We hi suffering wilb great foi til tide. He has left a large nunil-erof rclnion. W f,end. , ... , ' , to mourn his loss, but ihey have great consolation in the fact that iu his last moments he was tree from pain, composed, and expressed his readiness ' to leave his earthlv abode: ..id that ihoi.b b.. la dead, yr he liveth. ,jj A CARD. T$ J'0NG.; iutcndiog ia future to dc vote is attention to the practice of Medi cine, will promptly attend to all professional calls. ...-. DecemlierSS. ' '' '- 66 TR. C. J. FREEI.AND. having permanently " kjeated himself in Hillsborough, offers hi. ! professional services to the public. Decctle: 22. ; 6i Select Classical School. IHi)- next sessioin of Ihe Sulweriber'a School "- will commence on the Glh of January next. Circulars containing the plan of Ihe School ami terms will t foi warded to such a. desire them. , m- . " ' . Address Rey. Alexander Wilson. D. D., Mel ville P. 0., Alamance county, N. C. I , ALEX. WILSON. December 8. 61 Bethesda Seminary. rrtftE next Session will commence on Ihe first Monday in January, and conlinue under the care of Misses Mast and Mattir Holtox. Terim a heretofore. . ; , Berd per session nf 21 weeks (33.50. JOHN PICK ARI). NOTICE. 'PHE subscri r h.vmg qualified at Novem- besterm, tS.2, of Orange County Court, as Uxerolor on Ihe estate of James Strayhorn, dereased, hereby give notice to all person in debied' to said estate to make immediate pay-, moot.; and those having claims against the estate, to present them within the 'i ne prescribeik by law, oi this notice will lie plead in, bar of theit recovery. 'i itfln it tivrv . i"inii'ii.iii, f iku I). K. BLACKWOOD, 1 ecembe? 2' re Vol anyp of lL-r.lv.uf RrvtAji fur an; If 9 of the four K-io-J .. for all fjut tih. Unwwm - tor all l.ajt 4lhe Kenw fof HlclVfuaV'M4g iaune f H' mi rt,rre ofll, or nl-4fij4 , the four 1 , Fa, m,t ta i m.,dU all .for HtrkiiuaVM4g izine f ; , a 00 10 00 rax in arfvanre, (.ur or utore i-oiiw-a if any one or more of the above weika. Thunt Four eot iea of L'la. k o.J. 91 of one Review, wUl te aent lo one ajtlies foe e for &u 'f.. ir . .,r ti.. c . i.' ui ', lujrjpiei wl the four hevwwe and flla.t. . iH;i,i in nn...n v ( IV follow inglaUe will allow the great retlue- lun which ha l n madc.tn tlieen Periodical. ..iivku iwotAUC. . ; Hun 1 aiiue 1844, and charged. " Hie ery trtftnig tale, now i ' ' 7- Per annum. Prior tol845,lbe postage oa Blackwood waaf. 2,40 ' ,. " t " on a aiiigle Review ' 1,13 t roat to 851, . on Blai-kwood ; - 1,1:0 ftti a Revirw 60 i ib i-s (average ra'e) on Blackwood ?5 I " on a Keview 38 24 The present portage on BlarkwiHid U .""'" ,"...- on a lU'tiew ..' s 13 (Tlie rates are now unifNmiur all dictanre within ihc United ftatea.) , ... - 'Atthee lair ney no ol rlion ihool.l be nisde lo tt-ceKing Hm work by mail, and thu enming their aprrdy. tnfe, and'regulur delivery. " Cj l!eimtta.tice and rontniunirationa should he aUray addrexaed, Hwt-paid, to the publiahe, LEONARD JsCOTT & CO. - ''.79 Fulloo Street (Enhance 54 (iold tHreef,) j-' ' '.'' ', V .. ' New Vcrk. , N BrfI.. S. Co. have rerenliy juihlirhed, ami hnve now for sale, lheFARMEk'SGl'Il):., by Heniy Stepliena of Edinburgh, and Fiof. Ner- loii ot l ale Coljcge, ISew Haven, compile in 3 vol., rojal octavo, containing 1CI0 pages, 14 reei ami ou wo.nl engraving, frice, ih mus lin binding, f;n tir rovers, for the mail. 5. work i not the old "Book of the r aim, lately resuscitated and ibrowu upon the riiarsri. LJeccnilier 22. EG ; RELIGIOUS NOTICE. ifi (he fir Sabbath in January, ihe Funera ol Robert Worlds, w ill be prearhed at Flea- anni im n, ly the Kev. Huinuel rearce. IJeremlier 15. , 65 k , ' ' 7 Daguerreotypes. :t- 31lnlaiur taken In Arllsflcnl Via VI i'n a. i .i a .... . I J ' IT.LCuf! fTT r rf :. . i . - . . . niinii. vi i'm viikc sou viciuiiy, inai ne naa P"d room, for a short lime at the Court hcre : ha "m 'PPT wait on all wrhoin.y wish to swnre a Iteautirul and ernrt lkie,rinrn. tiba...u - - - -".y 'v kuarav ii or tlHmiielve or family. Having been asso. BO'',l,,J with some of the b-st ariiiHs in Ihe T01'.""'' P1" !' I inirovenM-nls in intrument, chemicals and furnihiiig. gild, fog, &c. he feel- warranted in sajing hi pic. lute shall be surpassed by none hi the t'nion. -'JHidy weather as good a sunxhine foi adults; ".""""u c? '""V P''B. aen ot any size, and if desired, neallv set in l.iulpt. Pin. Bracelets. Rings. &e. People are reppecifully invneu tocan and see tor themselves, whether wmting pictures or not. Instruction given in Dagucrrentyping, Eke Irophiting, and preparinir all Chemicals used in the same. Also Apparatus, Chemicals, &C, fur nished at reasonable prices. 4. .... .. December 14. . 65 NOTICE. 4 t.T. tlie note, and accounts Ncfengins to Ihe firm, of E. M. Holt & Co. and Wm. A. Carrigan, & Co., and Stephen Miwre, are placed in the hands of Ueorfe l.aw for rol lec tion. Ad person, interested are requested te make immediaie pavment In him. : stephe: EPIIEN MOORE. Decemlier 1 1. 5 Lanil 'for Hale. t iiwvvn e... i- . ii . . fS east nf HilUhorough, on the Raleigh r lami. IvlnfflwA mm m hair hiiIm NaiiDi. -rZS&t It conUina one hundred and eighty-five acres, well watered, and has on it a! Dwelling House, and a gmxl Barn and Stables; about seventy-five acres of cleared land, and the balance is very well timbered. The Central Rail Road runs through one corner, with the main road, and it ha. an immense quantity of White and I'"! Oak timber, suitable for Rail Rsad Sills. Tlie Plantation is in ix repair, and the land produce very well. Pc.sons wUhiulto pur chare are requested to call and examine the pre mises. ' " HENRY EVANS. Dccemlicrl4. . 65 - . ' ' " - ' .. - N O T I C E. PPLICATION vwlll n.ada tothe present LeirisUtura hv aome nf thn eilizpna nl A In. ' nwinee countv. to Mace Haw River on the foou ing of navigablo stream. Novemlier 16. - - . , j... . , I U8T received at the Dnnr tore. a 1 iree sun- ply of Preston & Merrill celebrated Yea-A ply Powder. - Noc rr . 51 -i.et current tii the siutc where iaaaed will be A JJ. nemona hMlehted to the fete firm ef Dr. recmeJ at Ie. S n . . . g n SCHOOLFIEI. t. LWi.a- M aW I. ii-'' ' jMraccfluiiU bjfUe firat of Jannary, 1853, will f A dissount of lt nt y-five et rent, from the find Utem in an officer's band, for eollcclion. aVv"jeea will 1 albmed'lo Clul ouhrinc , DecenJier 9. r,R I T1 Winter Soaaioti will begta on Wrdnr. J the t2th of Januar? liexU lktrm!r 8. 64 A .WORD TO TflE WISE. SETJIJi YOUR ACCOUNTS. viTp'ir' lv i,wi"'""i"" nrai aay ol January, pro- r 1 f ftrA taeoWrrt all arrajalaatnr,linTlnn,rr . than twelve m.ithfc - I p u Tl.. I a. . . ..L- MTm4.t J . m uw . . . um mj n ui u.i njaae s LONG &, ' . - . . 63 December I. OITk-e N. C. Railroad Company, ' November 19th, 1852. IViietf EAS. the Siorkholders of the North VVaIEBEAS. the Siorkhobler of the N ' Carolina Railroad Company, at their I I Carolina Railroad Comiianv. at their laat general meeting, ia'aaed the following order, vial i ileiutiPUL, i hat m juatiee to such of the Stockholder of thi Coiiiimiiv a have paid their u!oritioiia either in money or .y work, the mount due by smcK stockholder, as shall b iu default thirty days from this time shall be f.irtlv ' wilh collected if practicable, and in all web ca- ' aes, interest be rigidly exacted:" f , f Therefore rf viced, That whenever the instal ment which haa-e lie en heretofore required by thi board noon any stock, shsll remain unpaid on the 1st day of December "oext. thst the. Di rector forthwith will advertie the stock of iid delinuuent Stockholder for sale, and proceed to sell (aid stock for cash. ' - i On motion, rttulvtd. Thai an instalment of 10 per cent, on Ihe capital toi-k of the Co.npany, be Called in and made payable on or before the 20lh of December next, and if ,t paid by that time, then lo draw interest. Copied fiora the proceeiling of the Board of Director JNorlh Carolina Railroad Company. , CYKtW P. MEN DEN HALL, . Krt'jf. A Tftut'r. Stivkholdera will bear in mittd lite alove call makes lhecrjA inxlulmtul. They can have nn npoitunity ofpaing their instalment on the 8tb and Bill of December next iu Raleigh. C P. M. , Novemler 55th, 1858. , tj 3 SOI I II LOHI I.L IALE ACADEMY, 1'HE exercises of this Instiiutinn will ckwe on Wednesday the I5'h of December. 'J'he public are respectfully invited lo aitend. I be next ISession will commence on Wednce- day the 4th of January, and cviitiinie five months, under the aupeivision of present Principal, Mr. John Williams, a graduate of Randolph Macou College, who ha proved himself to be. in every sense of the word, qualified to conduct the Insti tution to the entiie satisfaction of all concerned. The public may rest assured that the moral of Ihe Students will lie strictly gaanleti, and every exertion made nn the part of its managers lo make Sooth Lowell one of the safest and beat Fcbjolt of ihe same grade in North Carolina. Tuitioa paid'in advance. Board per month, 6 50 Tuition, primary, I0 .()0 ; Higher, English, . ia 50 " Languages, ' 15 00 D. C. PARRISII, Sec. November Ci. 63 4 w Cedar Grove AciideJiiy. rpHE spring session of ibis School, situated eight - miles north of HilUliorough, wilf commence on ihe 6th of January next, aud continue twenty one weeks. Tkbm Tuition in Latin, Greek, and the higher branches of Mathematics, $ 15,00 '- English, 10,00 Board, including washing, Ate. can be had, convenient to the Academy,, in the furailie of Messrs, Lavw I aylor, Soiomon JTiompeoii, U. C. Tinnin aud Thomas 11. Hughes, fur $33 per session. W. W. Allison, immediately at the s Academy, will take boaiders at 35,00 per es . eion. SAMLf W. HUGHES PrirripaL Koveniher 30th, 1852. : ft ,4 63 The Raleigh Register and Standard, the, Milton Ch"",'clc. '"J Weekly PostwW please publish T . " w", HUtiHES. NOTICE. fpHE undersigned, having associated theiat--- seftes in the Carriage Making Business, seven miles north of Hillsborough, wish to em ploy a band in the Wood Shop, n4 also a good Faintcx audi Trimmer. 0. W. WYNNE. LEMUEL WILKINSON, v Decemlier L 3 " " EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. f IAVING qualified at the Halifax, held on the fou Ihe fJountv Court of urth Monday in Oc tober, 1852, as Executor of tlie last Will and Testament of Thomas W. Holder. dVc'd.I here 1 h3 e no,ice lo hamg claknsagainst lAim, in any way. to present them, immediately. and all persons imteincd to said estate, by note, account, or otherwise, to come forward kumedi, ",eIJ ...... . I 11 kl Ul . IN . 1 1UL.UEJN , Ex.r. November 18. CJ -4w Jijoigs! Drugs! -. Til E fMiarrtWt. at reerfving tiM-ie rail i-tk f DRi;ti. MEuiciM:. PAINTS. OI1.8. DYf.. "t urtfrs d sp i i t-racbig a Uiaer,Kiuk ittan haacfrf hrforeln v-J ic this aaarkvt.' ami hicli Luev are per pa ml to sell bw (Ch.r an ii euauda time lo puartual tbMb-ra. J'i fi. i:.f, and atl.et. arw reapeetlally tnvitrd to rati and examine.: -'k S; 1). SCIIOOLFIELD i Co. October 18. A freah supply qf ' aiotYfttt'a life IMIU und Flweu.x lllllera, . . Received and far aalf at the Tost OfH. , November 17. . . " ' ' SEED COTTON. I"17E wiK barter far Seed ,., TirM r ti..r.. - giving in exchange aij kind of CUCD5 that may be wanted. LONG & WEBB. -October 38. .Pocket-Uouk Lost, f O.ST in tltertUallill.Wongh.af o Jbe - road fioin IhlUboiuugh to Kuutb J.owrll, on Ihe 23J instant, a Pocket ilol; tlte eonitots of which were aa fallow; There wasin cash 6 twenty dollar bills, ft ten dollar bjUs, one three dollar bill, and one one dol lar bill; making in all f 154. And alo the billow ing wotis, vix: ona note on William & Joepa Lunalord for 1,1 00, with a credit off 325 on il; one either note on tlie eatnc of the same amount, wilh sundry rredita, leaving due n ihe nete about t400; tw notes na Tboraaped,.oie of 100. and one of $140; two note, on Ishaw Pa. rish of $200 each two notes on Durell Carringp Ion, one or (200 and one of f 100; one note on Mr. Mxon and irthers of Raleigh, for $273:50; one an David Parriah for $325; one nn J. C. Moore foi $184 and amae rents; one on Jsme. Parrish for tS00, and myself security, made pay-' able to William I Jpsounh, guardian 4)f Jim- Ball's Heirs j and many other iintes to itie amount of several hundred dollars I forewarn ail iter. on. against trading far any of the above note, or any note made payahle to me. I will give a suitatite reward for lheViiefy of my Pmkit "i wun in money arm itatoa. p. v. PARRISH. " November 34. t , . 62-w , NOTICE. rpiIE undersigned, as JCseenlor of William t vrrnw, dec'dM will sell al hia late resided in Alamance county, on the 311 ofJWml next, the Horses, Cattle, Hoc. iwhI Jecp, m or Corn, Wheat, Oats, Hay Fodder, rianUiioii Tools, &c, belonging to the estate. Bond and security will be required, and twelve month, credit given. r The sale will be continued from day to dv until all i sold. JOHN MORROW, . ; : JAMES S. MORRQW.f Tl November 30. ' , fi3 NOTICE. THHE umUrsigned, by virtue of an order ut' trange County Court, mad at JWcnil.tr term, 1852, in the case ol William M.tJatUs and olbera, will olTcr far sale, at CUbel Hill. . . . . ZJhe 8J JV of Jsoui"7 e, Eleven likely NEGROl 8, belonging to the estate of ihe late Nathaniel King, deceased, and also aoue iiouseiioin amr Kitchen Furniture. . Terms of sale, nine months' rmlii. mnA and aecuiity required. TIIOS. II0GAN, Cern'r. November-25. 13 4B tf UST Received at the Drue- Store a Runntv r " Kw MUSIC, also a quantity of Pain KtP ler and Radway' Ready Relief, K. K'.. u oi . : aiu.i-uiui.-i 4. . v ' ; - - , 62 ' Land for Sale, . Thk subscribVr, intending to Safcr' the soulh-wert, oftW far "W eale the Plantation on wbfctVhe now JSfem residea. It contain One Hundred -and tighty-Eight Actea, well .watered, and ha on it a good Dwelling House wilh all the neces sary Out Houses, and a neves-fajling W CU of a goou warn me coantry aiUMd. , More, than half or it ia wood land, and it Trmlrv.l.. 6v p,iir toe cuiuvaiana, Il a .Kuattd v mile Kml of HillsboMugh, immediaisly an the Oxford road. Term, will be favorable (o suit the purchaser. Person Wi.hine to i.urchsse .m ft . e .. . . . . f requested to call and examine the premises. ; " ISAAC HOLDEN. Seplewiber 37th, M52. Xt '"(": ..-."-. ," lloue and Lot f6r sale; L v ISS Mal.etl wrMie. to sell her House ad Lot 119 .i i .M .... T vwm ot. j ue prone n v ia Mt i an west end of the village. The House is Urge and convenient, with fhe necessary eut houses; all in goon OTUCT. The- lot at area fenceil, eoalain about Two Acres, and has a it. an exeellent teset.ble and beautifnl fljwer garden. For fufber particular ajly to the wide rsi red at Chapel . ill. E. MA I.LETT. . November 1 04 50 s. a. i . a m. . rvAcciuur s oaie. 'piauWriliera will sell, on the JXth day of Decemlier next, at the late residence nf Jo. aeph Woods, dee'd, in the county af Orange, to Vie nignesi ntuuer, on a cieiiK ol nine months, nine likely NEGROES, trt wit.Jhree Men. two, Women, three Girls,' anJ one small Boy the purchawr giving bond with approved secui'tv. J AMES WOODS, ? -r V JOSEPH WOODS, S V November 33. 134.