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l;'..'ifct CHtalI.n,ind th IJf ik U urdlaae af r Ubertj, , Wrdariilay, Jananrjr T,. Taa actiaMiranicnf Tka IreiLtlDr 1 ikU Kt,. narJ iU aa M.r l!u 1 T.fc uh. St a'rU-k. P. M. TU ara' a'aTMrarklM lr.r fc i alr-it i.r. . . . - t....it .i...v .!.:. .i.- ; 4atT.aliM-araoa.wT.S ucwi4i.NW! ... j i iiL- ! W Ml U .PIHKti. lha neuWn f the Huuaa fLoaumM. tbt Ul ta laanrporate tb AUaa-. i ,a,I?fattkUiaJina.aih. Aarth Carolm. ,UJ Weiura IU4.8a.4 Compaaira, Ac Th. ' - . . t it i ,rf iMuriic M a. eiua nam ia. onirr m lot . . , - 8ur.w;a b. CnJU J..-..,b'Pf-t-'"y.uJ CmiA iuJDJeoc of ' 7 ' ppr. ,- " " ". V I -i. t iu' ik- H- I! U K.n.U. ... 1 a WW a Ju,;( of th Hurior Cmrt. af Law aaJ Piiity U t!i SJ (Ralngh) Circuit, to fill aL. l.at fh. Ak.li.aa af tha n.uu',U ftu. ir,4" herrt-W. If. It ery certain. W L v v - ' , l O.nra. . , .. . . I ' Courwf llom of Malr -0a il.rf?2J nit the tAU ing cenllf mrn .ere elrctr4 hy ill U!4tttre ChiiuwIU of Suit fx tba.nrit Iwa jrtr. ia:,tWUiUot:U 8ulUuga.uf .Gale; Wih V: la. mt W.aaei Prriu Bue. af ' Wak. j WiUa. khulrflttlC.; R. 8. French, a!-.; ArcMuld Hendcraon. .4" Rw..,! m il -r o...i.r...i..i ii... aColaaibM Mills of Ruiber&HdU Denh, rratat. ConyrN"-- b pfbcteJinga of Cmipreaa bra.aaJ but hut iniereat aa yet. Peibapa, Bajktha"t tb iiridlna holiday a r over, . nay ftieniHiib of auflk'Seai ifnortnr fa ju tiff a in cocmanriag a aummiry of lb ro. caolinf taj our neit waue. ,! ' EOllCd SlOlei WnalorAppoini- , : , lass pawer. 0r LegWatum h.vh.g f.ieJ toanpint W uArtoUr.M.arum.whAMtrrmnf aervire w ill i rtMHiiii.li hips ininMmin..ii' pir. th 4th rf March next, the o,. i. MMKw M atr tKhaa-e., .hetWth. vactiarv which will aeear i aiich a one aa can be filled hy a tcmparary appointment by tb State Eiecutive. . .; . Th ilraiiigtnn Journal eem to argue that, aa ther will he a .vacancy until after th exin. . ukw, w Mr. Manuia'a term on the 4 ih of March txttit .il I a vacancy which nwj be com pre. Itamiita in the phr or otheTw iee," and there fore a,W h. filledj., th. Eieculive, though the eJilof acknttviclgea thai audi hi, not been the , unilerarantling or uagr. " Tkawditof of th Coiamercul c -me out .jib much jaora bokli'ieaa. Th vacancy will not occur". It aav. unit after the 4th of March, anJ thV appointing power I clearly with ihej IWrnor ndCouocil.a any duy connected with their olS.,. Even if th. wcaoey eti.ted during Ihe Kaiion of the Igi-lature, .n.l that boly f-.l- J I. a1f lk. I'.tin.u.w'iat miM nil Id H . ihft ' ,..v. .... m.--r,, j t.orefnorand Council might .till appoint, . -n , gr.! 0f cae work failure of the LegWalur would Declared among I , KomnwnM . or L5fe NortU ,d South : -bow. thoae other meana by. wliicb Ibe office of Sena- ng the true character .f both. By Mr. Sarah J. tor became vacant." ,.' Hale. 408 pngea, ami illustrated. H. Long & But the Can.ue.cial (itrget, .tttn be make' Brother. 43 Ann Street, N. V, publiaher. hUqu.M.iionfr.mthCon-itutionofihStalj Thit'4 M"eJ " Mra. Hale'a great national of Xh r-.li. ih-i the offire of Sen.ioi ia 'work, and while it inculcatea view which.il " I nutcieatcd by M, but by the Cuistitutuw of th United Slate, .ml that th. p,Hintmenl ol ,; ofTn-er and tb aupdy of vacancie are hoih pro. viJe.1 fmin that inatrument. The original ap- pii.!m nt .W ha mule by the LegWature; . nl the vacancy cort. mted must be audi a .hall' , , .... . i .ipr.r,r.yreMgn.tion,ordeatli,or other cau-' ally which C4uM not be forcaecn and provided fir hy the Leialalure. Such waa evidently the iutrnlion if Ihe franier of lh Consti.ution. Her are the word.: .:'. "Swtioi? J. Th Senate of the United State i make temporary appointment .until the tie xt meeting of th ljfijature, which haU then fill ifK v. ..... i a. , I " .i..in-tvai t . . . . .- TacaiH-j wuit n occur, in ronarqurnrr oi uic . , . . ai'iiauuu ui a lenn, ia ihh an .even, wiiiiu ' . . . ... , x. ptn; in the Qicauing of the provision of the con- . . i-t.i i . atitution; hut an occuneiice which take, place at . -.. ;, , ... eiin am) known in.er4U, which the coiutitu- lion aay ahall be filled byte. Igixlature. Tlii interpretation hui bivii ai general that we liJ not upMwe any one would question it. A far a w know, ihtTe ha lieca no instance in whiih any other rule has piev.lled. Tcnnpsee,it willlierenTe:mlcrrd,inconequeiiceofiheohstina. cyofthitienrrfractorymembefainhrrSenate.wa wiuioui any representation in the Uiuteu Slatea Senate, if we remember rightly, t two whole veara. Thp.Wjlmiiigtou Journal allude to an in-iance in which the Governor of Connecticut attempted to exercise lh power, but hi action . not (untamed.. , The reponstliiIity for the failuie lo elect a Se- nator, n with the Democratic majority in lh. Legislature.. -The Whig gave ihem every op- portunity that could he desiird, but they if 0 1 Id ""'elect. a fsr as Whij principles arc con- "fned, it ia belter that no Senator should lie dec "l than that Mr.DoW.iiili.uld l chosen. The 'hig do not object to Mr. Dobbin because they qictian hi integrity or his ability, but because "wy know.Jiim to.be opposed not only lo the listriliution. , of ; ihe public land, but to every P'iuciple which -thjdui imortaiit at lta pie- hill be eouipod of two aenator a trout each Htate, 'f he Philadelphia Evening Bulletin aaya, H ther choarn by Uie UgWalure thereof, for aix year-" u mMe u,ent j-ltyeA M lUi, novcl than j , a '"And ifvacanciehipeiibvre."igna-t , ' ; lion, or otlierwiae, during the recesa of the l-gi-, ' Mrs-S,0WP .wo,k Pul ,o80,h- l uor of any itatc, the Executive thereof mar r." The Philadelphia Chrimian Oliserver y: 4 .. 'urn, W' Lw.t hm; My .t that W. 1 .Iri mta lk rUikt f t jorny if U piu M ihr LrsUi.Wf a m mm!! miiMtby cooranrd wiib l',m la hi ir is icfrrraK-e th fulim UwU; and bra. tU Wtrwliry of udt 'iag la Jon Liat the t T . " , , J, i : The cVl f nln off be J. CRmI W aw gratis u at th the Wll aftVted ay Gen. 8ader, tba xtra) f the Nscth Carol ioa Roi Ral fcBraatt tad l lb Ten neaaee Rac, paad lb, Iacjvlatur, tb-ejh ia aa arandl ship. It artrMrtte fljOOO & the mnrJ U Bt-t. aa4 lti0 fur th. aurrrr to -5 to y traatfa ti Ik , 8,,U WtiI- Ibf t.wUJ. f the j appear a lit. arit Lrrulaturr tbattba - 7 , , . , , , 1 at a nnurriif rH, ar nave ihii wiw KMUit ,hal ."'ri1--W th part of tba Suia t ... A 1 t s .. T..'r' "i - i -- p J- ". a aot.u t:t iay- .Uk a otarrwio .oukl I. l .i. i. i mmw wmnni in Any mwn i nana aa mw wtttvum . l. i: . - , ..t. . y morwraia a rion. k. . lor m .. a a mk a a n a .a M - r hi great abiliit anil eiperieiMi. Whatever t niay hT heen roaJe ana,.. ! .UKUIIPtmill 1 HWT UMW AXU UhA. that he baa nut Cited to ul lb ran .V .... . . . . . , a oca priKiioit teauir .era i i ublmnnl. I frnniTnsTotl-The Wdmingt'on Herald of the 9ih tiliimo. gWra a table etbibiting tb moant of trade of that JUiiuLing town lor the " M "P f f -ri.F of article. - P"h'P f ,rr Mnrtf ,h:" furn 0,her lrt " ! I ntoo th total of .bUh ta CHo: Value of Coat-naei porta, $3,991,561 S3 Foreign, . 610,107 71 - i' ; r , 4 44.069 57 j Thia la pretty fair thawing for Wilmington, nd apeaka well tut lb induatiy and euterprias ol her rhhrna. I The Herald dJ. to it. i.l.l of etpo.t.oma , . .. ... , .". . internum rialMtic of th busmen. &c- of W iU anngton. from which h appear that there at ia ,..':' i .k.. ....u-.,. ..;. ,(r,m MW min . , . , . ...'..' . ' . dliMilieriea. a lira milla. Vj. I he numlter ol vea. .. . .... - . . u g jwUl tha (wttN..f of lh. Noilh Ctrollnll f0.-er, and the daily line cf Chart Ion tjinera) 1753 ., ' . ' 1 he population of W iliuington I eaiirat led to exreed 9.000. : , , : ,.' , j We rhall be glad ta are Wilmington enjoving every mean. ..f proeperi.y t. th. full; .nd bo,,. .r ..viii, vmwima n III nwm I U sv.il wiiri, - 1 .. v...k i" d.-.i ij i . . communication between ner port .twl me wwt, , whM'b w ill not anlv .nullv acrelerale Ihe nronne. . -. Sl ..... . lk . wieaavjna aim u tav. v aui wr,' a atra t hviv nii-tu VI Ihe .late.' ' OUR TABLE. A fi-w interesting work hav been placed up. am A... .1.1. -.M.:.. l UIt.:..i. )Wiilh f0 r, ,he .itention of our rea.lera. W. my gft0) o . . 0 of -.in. .BT.ntu en. y.. via, r. . at . .a hit,, iu wiiii ii a, c '. tertainment lor lUeae long winter evening. Th it1 . ' tt . it t -tT J , ( f-r tnmn, i al wnttcn n lb 11 .tjle of( ,"e ."", au ai...peiurr, . .. u., rral ,,"e",t- lb mo roay b Dru8 pDi. S. D. SchoolfielJ. T " F-' I 'L Slave'. nd Ma tor. By J. 1 hornton RoiuUdiih. 34 paRt, emf8iWrt . magnificent illurtrationa. T. B. Pctcmon, Ko. 98, Cbesnut rtreet, Phila- dclphia, publii-hrr. - Thia woik i a reply to Mia. St.iwe crlehrat ed romance, entitled " Uncle Tom' Cabin," and highly apoken of by very competent judge. Thi i an admirable work. The tale in replete ilh illcil,fnU of lhrllig interest. It ia wel, .t. a, t conceived, alilv narrated, and contain wene ol , ., ctetl dramatic power. Wc have only to add . . , , that the work w neatly printed with h.ndoine , ' tyiie, and may In-had of Dr. . D. Schoolneld. " ' . , , , . . Tu Oct. Boa. A Tale of the Southern w v AiUUVlodmn. Buncedt Bro- 1(.r pulilishew, X. 134 Kaasau street, N. Y. Thi i ea atory of deep interert, covering ioo paen, n.id hanJomcly illustrated. The au- ihor, 8. A. Godman, who haa .cquiicd conside- ralde reputation aa a writer of romance,! the ta- tented eilitorof the" Family Friend," published Jn Columbia, S. C. The Ocean Born ia one of hia novel, and has already acquired much popularity. , The aouthern reader of romance ahould not fail to cncouiage a production no ere ditahle lo the genius of one of our own writer, Price 95 cent for a copy, which may be procur- ed through the uia. Kortos'm Litkbt Kkuiste and Book Buyer' Almanac, for 1853. To literary gentlemen, and all interested in the purchase of hooka, hi work w ill be highly valu able. ! Beside an Almanac for 1853.it contains a list of American Publiahei. with alt their pub- lication in the year 1852, and the pricea. togeth- er with a list of the important work published in Great Britain during the last jeat and the pri- ce, a list of the Libraries in the United State &e. Price 25 cent. Address Charles B.Nor- ton, 71 Oh iuibcr alwet, X York. AXOTItCU N Jt:.TinC WOMiCRf 'Mtiriim Dt ru a. t. S. tlocjK- -ti l l.L tiaatik Jr. hmred C's foanct. or ti sunk Manach a ", tt:t itm'vmt ml B- r.a l,tWtmi rtt.tk'al CVa t. J, K. U.ckiM, M. It, FbiUaVkaSw. Tkia m atkl tMrtHlT.ntnnf attrr Mttiat a aartW. funuM lj a (rata fTatMu frt .ltnmmtt ' la tbw roaRty, aa Tkaria tba ISih yiiaMb r Kr. Mr. Jaa. M. Carta, af Pcaaa rmMy , ta Wa Sla.r. Ah C - .. ... Cuaaaaa. ! ,A M tk. .!;. l. i j.. t " a MimF.iii RixuxLik .Mui. , w . . r. J. B. J.arUw. th. Bra. A.D. Buaciwaaa, late of thia rouirir. la Mia Ntarr H. Haaraa, .UBghiei af Mr; Clvarlr. Hrio.. f W.U . . jilff..MM. libiliiary,, IHrJ, ntLU pi. iiltr. SuU Wit rJT. .t uiian ma n nn. , rxratnofB. fd "gwl lmy mantha aod aoa oat. Ilka SaMlj f faff I- iMLaa TV J . ' J . aamiiig lb J3J of lVcemlr, I85J. MUa .Nta- c l"". JouriKf daoghtrr aftbc Uu Ma- Rulrt DwnfH. th lOih jr af her age " Tbwrajic U U r.J; i IW aorh hour I lhi,ik At awn emeib." I , I . - Iiru. u Myrtl tun. the recklenr f th Hon. KoUrt 8tnul(, b tbt tirjnitj of rtyeltrt.illt, , .i ...i .. . - ... n sain hiim uonauaiptiim, Mr. Mm Ma.' Sti.hi. in thm '.lfc DR. CAStEROX II E8PEC1TUI.LT oflera hi profraaiona! arr--' vice la the inbabiunta of Hillahoroagb aaJ lb aurrounJing eogntry. Office immediately ap. poait tb Maaouie Lodg. and hi reaideuc Ibe on turmerly orrupied by Mr. Ann Cameron. Jaauaiy lt 1853. . 67 .Hillsborough Academy. R. H. CRAVES. A. M, rrirvipaL WM. M. KII.PATKICK, AaNrtanU TI,E T'? uiU U ?" '.!a..pW" pi lwy for lb Frehin.nela in College, m.- :n i . . tranche of Matbemitir nd Natural Philoao- ph. ' , . Special .tlenti, will be given I. th. r.nglUb brancbea. ntnno For eouj. $21 per ae-ion of 20 .ecU s . , pt.e.L.- t Tli firat aeamon .ill eommenct on th 13th of January, 1853. January 1, 1853. ; 67 iT7ir FclIrllCld FCIMlC ScllOOl. Byffj.uD u. nk . . rllHE tl.Vl MAR Af tl 1. finKAnl M n.L. .1. . JL u,rintendenc of tb Rv. A. Cvnaia, will nuiimrnra nn the nth nriaiunn IBt . ... p Inatruction ia tiven in Eucluh Grammar. ... . . Arithmetic and Geography, at $8:0- In the Higher Uranche of Engliah, at 13:00 Board can lw had in good tamilie at ii dol lara per month. . December S9tb, 1853. 673. Negroes Wanted. T..M , .. , . HE ulr.lr wu.be. lo purcha Sever L.k, ly oung lWgroe. Liberal pr,ce will B,Vf JOSIAII TURNER, Sk. Jnnuarv 4. 67 4wn . r NOTICE. THE undersigned having, at Deceinlwi Term, 1853, of Peraon County Court, taken out 1 letter of AdminiKtratum on lh entate of Jon a- n .1 a I i .:r 11 1 . raaiisB, uccr 'u, nrreny noiiij an prrmnie a'nJnl.taa.l ta Biail.I aalatfaa Ia fmrkka tatat. naril a. n.l hose hl,inf cWlM ,0 ,,re.nt &rm nhin lh. Jnett hy u of tjii otic, wj u M bar of (neir teeowly G. P. SATTERFIKLI), CHARLES MASON. Adm'rt with ihe wilt an next. t. j December 23d, 1 852. 67 tM ! NOTICE. A LL peraon indebted to the auhaerilier hy tkV book account, are requested lo com for ward and ar tile by note or caatw Alio all thou who are indebted by note over one year', stand ing, aie requested to renew them, or pay them off. T.IOS. .M'CRACKEN. December 29. 1852. . 67 JUST received, at the Drug Store, a larire up ply of Garden Seeds, warranted fresh, from the celebrated Seed Store ofDavid Landreth, Philadelphia. January 4th," 1853. 67 .-, Life in the Mouth: A Companion to Uncle Tom' Cabin, 205 octavo pnges,' illustrated with engravings: lly Calvin II. Whey, ol North Carolina. We can truly say that thia ia an exciting and intereatiog book, one thai will be read with inte rest by all classes of people; and when they one. commence reading it, they will not want to atop until they have lead it through. Among other engravings is a portrait of'4 Wild Bill," which is enough to startle any one .ho is alone. . Price, Half a Dollar, which is cheap enough tor a boor. oi.win octavo pages. uou,e cuiunms, w..- " - ... . I...LI. i :.k an! laws ensraviims. close a half dollar in a post iid letter, (which .. j ....... iv'- - , If vm. ..nl a rant, lllst eil- will go with perfect safety,) to Airaoxso W. IsiiOLR, New Salem, N. C and by return mail you will receive a copy neatly enveloped, and Ihe (ostaec pre-paid in fulL . December 2'Jlh, 1 80S. 67 1 w Mr Craham Institute. ri - tfc-al miU J aHWOkaf iaataayr. U5X tad U e4tr-l a.W th iuut aajMnutradrw af -Eiier Jia IUht aJ Ait ti. An. a;ca). By af Er- Trn. t. A. HOLT. y . , Boot and bhoo Basiness. fcSj kttirM bia trMb mJ d pul4i V J tha bm ana baa; aUt.aaN a attN arr aa aaoa aa fim kra aa kmod aa rirIirt anarliariil, lUWJ l'S. S11UK.S. UUUUAN'S. Lt.. hich will t ari ten loar. w " III aurnatnklror at tlta aiwaraav Tk awkaar. that caa U pturarrJ, a h l . i . . r l -j aWj pa,aa a takr, to (.. aalWu MMrJ. k., rrrirulS. UitM a rluauca tba AV. V: STRAYIIORN. . ... - rrn V l.,. .1mJ i-- Ttm... C"'.!!-rT-T TJ - . Ca, kjiu i4rr ly KoiitaiiuM, viunnuiiwuit GROCERY AND CUMMISSIUX ' BUSIXKSS, - r ' txtEft the mu or ncllirniiir. Kan & :. an iutnr of ( ronxanl ami f.iiliful atlmtioo ta tb .r,. f tthnt of UW. .i8 r l.r; aaJ ram-' r , : . . . jaaamaj, ramrwi a ararw aia good in our hue, (iiiioxieaUog Liauora eirei. . td. ) f 1. . ' ni an.ii eiv. mm aiiraiioa u ina aaie ..."" ' " ,.;. " . . . . . . r 1 . auk liberal advance. A. U. McILWAINE. ' ROBT D. MclLVYAINK. ; robt a. martin, Joseph b. uunn. IMerahurg, Va, Jan. 1, 1853. 67-4. FOR uknt; THE tw teoravnu occupied hy Meaara. C. .M. Irftimcr and K. F. Plraaant. oa King tree, known a tba HantingtMi oprtjr. .f'1 LEMUEL LYNCH. Jaaoary 8th. 1853. 67 ; A CARD. DR. O. F. LONG, intemling in future lo de vote hi attention to ihe practice of Medi cine, .ill promptly attend to all fwofeaaiiiuat call. December 33. 66 DR. C. J. FRE ELAND, having permanently located himarlf in HilMrmigh, vRers hi profcioial aervice to the -uUic Decembei 83. 6t t Select Classical School. WIIE acxt eaaioin of lb Bulweriber' 8t hool A .iQ commence on Ihe 6th of January next. Circular containing the plan of th School and term will I lot warded to auth a d"' lheni.w ' ' " ' AddrvM Re. Alexander Wilm.n. D. Mek villa I. On .laraanc county, N. C. ALEi. WILSON. Decctnler 8. ; 64 , NOTICE. rpiIE uWri'ier having qualified at Novem- her term, 1853, of Orange County Court, a Executor, on' the etate of Jaine Stray horn, deceaaed, bereby give itolir to all person in- lit LH nj 1 1 a. MiU wnir w ,iiw unit t.i.' t "J .d th,- having claim, .g.in-t the eaute t7pr, ,em witnin" ,Ue linrtB prwriM by wi" ' ,,le,J in Ur of th'ir iurm ti mT a i.t. vi ii iiaiii. 1). K. HLACK.W001), December S3. 46 ' 1 UST received at Ihe Drug re, a large up- J pj- y,ttton & Merrill' celebrated VeM 1 PowtleTa) Kovemlier 16. Daguerreotypes. . SIlBlatnrvs taken lu Artlstlcal Style n. 3. 'j'Anuxp., HAVING had a thorough practical knowledge of the art, would rei-pectfully inform Ihe citizen of tl.is place and vicinity, thai he ha opened room for a ihoit time . at the ' Court House, where he will be happy to wait on all who may wih to secure a llcautllul and Perfect Daguerreotype Llkencus af themselves or family. Having been so sociated with some of the b at artist, in the country, and possessing all the late improvemcnta in instruments, chemicals and furnishing, gild ing, die. he feel warranted in saying hia pic luiea shall be surpassed by none in tb Union.' Cloudy weather a uood a sunshine f.n adult. Miniatures, from life or painting, taken of any (. site, and if des red. neatly set in l.orket, Tins. ( Bracelet. King, &c. . ... .n.ifiill invited to call and are for themselves, ci'ic a.n ' . I" - - hclber wanting pictures or not t.ir..rtin. .;. in n.m,.rr.n!rninff. E ec . 1 ; 11 ri in iruiiiaiiiiK, min in-iiariuii ail viiriiii ... the ame. Also Apparatus Chemical. &c. fur- .... . nisneu ai rrasnnaiie-price. price. Decemlier 14. 65 SETTLE YOUR ACCOUNT WE will, on Ihe first day of January, pro read to collect all account standing longer than twelve mnntna. e-. P. H. Those who owe oa by note must make payment. '"? i Decemlwr I. . 63 Land for Sale. I t-c-c. n r i . . 11. -t r r mr saw a suwii ha. cast of Hilbdiorough, on the Raleigh jaWrosd. It contain one hundred and ....... .j... n.-v.i.u ...... :- eiirhtv-fire acres, well wstered, and baa 011 it a Dwelling House, and a good Barn and Stables; about seventy-five acre of cleared land, and the balance i very well limbered. The Central Rail Road runs through one corner, with Ihe main road, and it haa an immense quantity of White . ... J .r R . s;lIiL I aim ."......--.,. . riie Pl.nlation i in sr.vod renair. and ihe land produce very well. Peiaona wishing to pur- and all person indebted to said estate, by note, chace are requested to call and examine Ihe pre- account, or otherwise, to come forward immedi misc. ' ' ately and settle. HENRY EVANS. December 14. 65 ttrtTUD tW.OTT A, ton . E!TT?rT PTt ?nnt i cffsn.. nr ar , -m,.tai'M W TI3HS. I -Ul EKED ta aB th piawfad rkir af At naMwr,rf ra.uJ tew. tJ y a4. Jrr th r.anai.1, tfc, fx uiua a mrtij inaif TXt Ukk Qiaartarty Rnirw (f Vanarmtiw.) 'TW CJUUrc. IU.ir (U k-clt KrSri.J UiraI ae0w al IuJrauJ. jrt Iwt aaijrrta. It ia tbrir Llrrwrm cUmtet wtutli rra th. iWir rilrf ..bar. aL ia ttul iWy tfaU -,. , n., r. .n du i timi cW HUrkJ -ill anVr ib. car af Ckui4ifiacf Vol, aaaiaUia Ma aatirat cnrurtiy , a ad m, at ium Uum, auuMtairjr atUartor, ry taataljea, arrillaa in that auf auoe, aad rt l ... - . o.., aaa ia) tha I wrW rH Uydl ,1. a. -TW rr.l -Th. Ur H.ihL"-KMraart.-ayJ - . - . .. . arr awnaia, aa a nam aumrtuua Mta I auuitMM y aoUUhrr. ia Ihi. knaa Ik aaara tar HlarkaranJ afta it t - - " - " lirP"W Uil Mjlui. ai alaaj. Mr - k-f tb. .-flic .tdu,f aflhai twLua, I TFBUS l TPDtta t rt y oo ih (h. Bir.. . For any t. of lb tow Keie l'"1,y of th fcr Reti. n ana fS ve oo 7 M ' ' M" 00 3 00 . . ' . ' , V.. til. t. I I .a. a.L . V . . am rorKUck..uJ.h.rRrva... I. 00 "T"'" "?,; Muney rnrrent in th tSU .here laaued .til ht aar-i.J r A diarount of laeutf-fiv tier eetL from th. .... . . . . niwpiiee UI tw alkmcd ta LIbb at tie nn four Of Btort copie of any on or more of Ih above works. Thus: Four rnpie of Blackwood, at of an Review, will b oral to on addrca tor jafour copies of tba tour Rvi. and Black wood for f 30; and eo on. REDUCED POSTAGE. The fidlowing labia .ill show the great redoe. tioa which ha been mad ou tbe PrriodicsU inc 1844, and ibt very trifling lair now cuargeu. Per annum. Prior tol845,lbc portage on Blackwood was $3.40 " " on a aingt. Review 1,13 From 1845 to 1851, on Blackwood , 1,00 " " o a Review 50 In 1851-53 (average rale) an Blackwood 75 on a Revirw 38 The present postage 00 Blackwood ia 24 " " oa a Review 13 (The rale, are now uniform fur aO divtance within Ihe United Slate.) At these late suiely no objection ahould b made to receiving ibe work by mail, and thus ensuring their speedy, aafc, and regular delivery. Sy Remittance and communication ahould bt alwaya addressed, post-paid, lo Ibe publisher. laKUIVAKIJ scon & to. 79 Fulton Street (Entrance 54 Gold Street,) New Vcrk. N. B.L. 8. & Co. have recently published, and ha, now for sale, the TA HMEK'SGUiUE,' by Hrniy Stephens of Edinburgh, and Prof. Nor. Ion ol Yal. College, New Haven, compute in 3 vols, royal octavo, containing I6H0 page., 14 steel and 600 wood engraving. Pike, in mus lin binding. $6; in paper covers, lor Ih nail, $5. gj'Thi work ia not tht old " Book of lh Farm," lately resuscitated and thrown upon tb market. December S3. 66 Wrapping Paper. "TA REAMjust rrcri veil on commission, from v tea Ralrj;h Paper Mill. We will sell ii to Merchant low a can be bought at th North, thereby saving the expense of getting 11 Dcre. LONG k WEBB. December 14. 65 SKE1) COTTON. WE will. barter for Seed of Picked Cotton, giving in exchange any kind of GOODS that may b wanted. LONG & WEBB. October 26. 58 NOTICE. i LL the note and account belonging lo the firm of E. M. Holt dt Co. and Win, A. Carrigan, tfc Co., and Stephen Moore, are placed in the hand wf George I.awa for roller, lion.' All persona interested are requested lo make immediate pay men t lo him. , STEPHEN MOORE. December II. 65 MHTIl aCOWELIj 1TALE ACADEMY. IHE exercise of Ihi Institution will close nn Wednesday the 15th of Decebiber. I'll public are retecifully invited to attend. The next Session will commence on Wednes day the 4lh of January, and contiuue five mouths, under- the supeivisioii ol present Principal, Mr. John Williams, a graduate of Randolph Macon J College, who ha proved himself to be. in every sense of the word, qualified to conduct Ih Instt- Wtion to tne enuie aausiacuon 01 an concerneu. ,he public tny rest assured thai Ihe moral of j the tMuilcnie will oe nru-iiy guarueo. anu rvrry "'nton luaor .... u.c - South Lowell one of the safest and best School . v .. ai:. tarol'n'' Tuition naid!in advam-e. 1 . .1 r Cn jtoam per inuiuii, w -ju Tuition. Drnnarv. 10 00 Higher, English, 12 50 Languages, 15 00 I). C. PARRISH, See. November 28. 63 4 w NOTICE. rffHF. undersigned, having associated! them -A- aclvea in the Carriage Makina Business " acven mile north of Hillsborough, wish lo em ; ploy a hand in the Wood Shop, and also a good f.mli-r .ml I rimmer. ... ....... m... , y y UlivHlV. I.KMIIHI. VII.KI.Stl.. Decemlier 1. 63 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. HAVING qualified at the County Court of Halifax, held on the fourth Monday in Oo tolier, 1852. a Executor of the last Will and Testament of TLomaa W. Hotden, dcc'd.I here- ,.:. nn,: ,,, .11 ,.,,. h.vin claimsaeainst him. in any way, to present them immediately, --jn-- r - - - . , II KINKY N. lIUMJf.., r.r.r. November 18. 624 IJe GLcds! tUxi CccM 'PJIC aairnUr ia a. frrriiaf hi Fall ot M Infer tiCm mmut awry .ri i aaaliy k4 ia a t) lwia bietr, hah ha a. ill arH la. L ra-h, aw a. a bt onUL I'eBaaiaaa. . - . lUga, (HI a1 fin. fckm ia rirhar. J. M. PALMER. t rl-hrt. f- NSW GOOPg, J. j. 3S2iuinD ft s:n A J tc tbew Tun IttrHy af Cotfa,roaa4c af aattrty al aili rlta aMjaily htauf bt la iht aaailrt. Thj im iic thrar InrU aaj r4. arr la.ia ikia a : a4 rtaaaia fc ihraarUn. Thry air a. 4 to arB In. tW rah, M a rkMl kdaltfLr U aauartaaJ aVaSrra. (h1ut(aV m . Erugs! Drugs! : TH E SuWrit-rt ar aa. rwenHij thm- Fall Siwk af DRUGH.MEDICINRK, PAINTS. OII.H. DYE. STUFFS and SPICES, ea. braciug a larger Stork than ha ever I (ore been oftVred ia this aaarkrl. and which thr ar per p. red la sell Um for Cash. oasis ataatka tit t imartaal dealers. Physiriaii srul ottrr era rectiuly iuviud la call and smiu aar afatallt S. 1. SCIIOOLFIELI) L Co. October 18. . $7 A frr.h aopplj of SloSUtl't Life rills and riiccnlx Illttert, Received aad lor asle at the Poal Office. November 17. 61 MR. WILSON'S SCHOOL, Tor Coys and Clrls. 1HE next rWi.m of this School will com. Btflhra M Thlir,l.al It,. alL f I - " 1 Huini aiiar vm vt af.lU4irj $ 1853, and end oa lb 6th of June. Tuition will ry troia 7 ta 17) dvaVar per eioa. Strict atlenUoa wiU ha paid lo the mors Is f children ent lb Ihi arhool. All arholurs will he rortai. dered aa entered for the session, unless by special TuiHianHiinecomrry,nti no ileouctiou a ill b mati except lor continued case of shines. , Th tuition .ill h due at the coajta.encrn.rtit of the soston. Th School .ill be entirely an der the control of it, Teacher Mr. W i.'iW quabttcation and suctrsa in teaching art so well known that comment is unnereasar); we there, fore atniply ak tb public lo sustain Ihi School by a liberal patronac. - 8. D. SCI100LFIELD.1 - WM.NELSO.N, I I CARMICHAEL. Tnutee$. W. F. STRAYIIORX, I . CAD. JONES, Jr. J November 17. - 1QR. nud Mfi. ni RHLLL'S SCHOiDlL. 'PHE Winter Session will Utia on Wrdnrr - day the I2lb of January next. Tuition payaM in adv. nee. ' December 8. ..... 64 A WORD TO THE WISE. A LL person indebted to th. late firm of Dr. 8. D. SCHOOLKIEI.D, failing lo act l their ace-sni ta by tW firat of January, 1853, will find them hi an ofllcer hand for collection. Decemlier 9. 68 Pocket-Book Lost, I OST in the street of Hillsborough, or on th road from Hillsborough lo South !.nwcl, on the 23d instant, a Pocket Book, I In cvutent of which were a follows : Ther ws in cash Aiweniyd.dlar bill, 5 ten dollat hills, one thrr dollar lull, and one on dol lar bill ; nuking in .11 $ 1 54. And also Ihe follow ing notes, vix; on note on William dt Joseph Lunslord for 01.100, with a credit of $3sion it; one other note on the same of the earn amount, with sundry credit,' leaving due on the note about $400 ; two note 011 Thomas Speed, one of $100, and one of $140; two notes on Ii-bara Par riah of $200 each; two note on Durel! L'rring ton, one of $200 and one of MOQ ; one note on Mr. Nixon and other of Raleigh, tpr $272 : 50 ; one on David Parrish for tl'iS 1 one on J. C. Moore foi $184 and some cents; one on Jamee Parrish for $300, and myself eecurily, made pay. able lo William Lipscomb, guardian of Janice Ball's Heirs; .ml many other notcalo the amount of several hundred dollar. I forewarn .11 per son, against trading for any of Ihe above not a. or any note made payable to me. I will give a suitable-reward for the delivery of my Pocket- It. ink. HI ilh lh. mjan.. t. .1 a.Al. , ...... ...a. a....... , ..tw .....a,.. 1). C. PARRISH. November 34. 63 NOTICE. rTPHE undersigned, a Executors of Willium A- Morrow, dee'd., will sell at hislate lesiilrnt in Alamance county, oil the 211 of DecemU-i, next, the Horse, faille, Hoj-s and Sheep, crop of Corn, Wheat. Oats, Hay, Fodder, Plantation' Tool. & c, belonging to Ihe estate. f v Bond and security will be required, and twelve mtntrta asratultt n'u.n ' The sal will be continued from day to day until all i sold. v , JOHN MORROW, ) , JAMES S. 5H)RR0ViJ ""' November 30. 63 NOTICE rpiIE undersigned, by virtue o an order of A- Orange County Court, made al November term, 1852, in the case of William M. Haiti and others, will offer for aale, at Chapel Hill, oil Monday the 3d day of January next, Eleven, likely NEGROI S belonging lo the estate of the late Nathaniel King, deceased, and .10 aoaie Household and Kitchen Furniture, Term of sale, inine month' credit, and bond and security required. THUS. HOGAN. CoxV. November 25. f 63 4wp JUST Receivd at the Drug Store a Supply of New MUSIC, also, quantity of Pain Kil ler and Radivay'a Ready Relief. November 24. House and Lot FOR SALE, MISS Mahetl wishes to sell her House and Lot at ChaKl Hill. The proiicrty i in the west end of the village. The House is large and convenient, with lh necessary out house; all in good order. The lot is well fenced, contain .bout Two Acres, and has an its nn excellent vegetable and beautiful flower ganlen. Fi fur'ber particular, applv to the undersigned at Chajiel ill. E. .M ALLETT. .'November 10. 50 k " arTv,':'