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Alrit"rl NVuhimrf ti 14 U have
Irtn Iv'tlJciI lif a ahrH.-'.
'file ln f lit 'Mtt "m it tjriuu
Litiira i re.retjtctl to Late bred
towiparjflfelj 6!!i!U j
- ItJ Rj'Us i unJf rtts4 U be f
TriU t a Ud bombard meat, ia per
ffwnce ta aa ituiliaf assaait
Per contra, tKe Me-Weimer Lola ml
publishes the following at trust, date J
, iJiVabia. 25:1 Octwbcr;
On the Jtk Gen. Lepatnli attacked
the detached ramp of th Ec1iili, tuok
fuar tftloabtt which protected their pv
ailiim; also, took eleven gaa. At the
Mine time a powerful attack by tan
fionitlet a mule, which cost the Kn.
Iih wie hair f their light raralrr, ami j
Lord i'untthjau, who cnmtoiniltil, e
taped with difficulty. Lord Dunkellio
i taken prisoner" '
The Greek accounts front OJrusa
con firm thia, and tar that the English
cavalr? lost five hundred.
It in certain that the Radian had
receired considerable reinforcement,
an. I rt'.'i .....- . . ... ...I
ffiMii I'erekop.0- - -
It I aaid that two Russian' men of
t .a a
wr, mat nan brru carrenea ever in
the harbor to aerve a batlerie. had
bern uuk ht the f re itf the alliea.
- 'Hie supply f water is beginning to
fail the besieged in Sebattopul. , " .
' Lord Raglan' chief interpreter, a
Greek, bavins been detected at a Hu
tian py, haa been tent tit tinstanti
nople for trial. ; - - . - "
' ,.en6chikoSreportitn5cia!lr that (he
In of the Ruisiatm at Alma was 4.500.
- Fort Cmistantine wa much dama;
eil, and bastion number three had thir
ty-thrce tuna dismounted by the fire
tf the, allies.
. IVinrc GiM-tachaknff was apparently
atrengthetiiit;; hi fortifications on the
Danube. ; ,' ; . :
There are contradictory rumors cur
rent as to the progress of negotiations.
The Paris correspondent of the !n-
doti Tines savs he is informed that the
v...,k n .1 t v... : :..
iiiivh uinriliiiicilt a til na nnmva-
ion positive evidence of the participa
(ion of Mr. Soule in some vast plan for
revolutionizing nearly the whole of
bumpe. it is even added that these
....... I ..:.. ..r .(. a
inerican Diplomatic Congress lately
.held at (Mend.
Mr. Mason, United States Minister
.at Paris, has had another interview
with the French Minister of Foreign
Affairs, who assuted him that there
were pwd reasons lor the conduct of
the French authorities in reference to
Mr. Soule, and that they should be
forthcoming at the proper time. In
the mean time. Mr. Mason mioht run.
. fer with his Government. ' .
... N . . M
, r.very uunjj was quiet in npain. ue
'nerals Dulse, Concha ami Prim, have
. been named deputies for Barcelona.
The Clamor Publico, published at
Madrid, says that Prance, like Enz
lanu, ami acting in accoru w'ltn ner,
' is to send a strong squadron tn Cuba
"to pretect it, if necessary, from any at-
- - The cholera was raging fearfully at
Corunna. ."; ' -i '-
BY LAST NIGHT'S HAIL ,
' TUe Iesllallire.Wa learn, through
' atag pasaengrra lat night, that both Houara
of the Leff'iKlature were ftrganiceJ on Monday
by tlie election of affirm. .
. VVamMi Winalow, eqn of Cumlterland, waa
etated Speaker of the 8niite, and lion. John
Hill, of Stotcm, Prineipal Clerk, and Quinten
Bunl, cikjV of Ralfigli, Afwistant. . All De
ni'trrata. . t - -., . . . .
, S.imucl P. Hill, eq of Caavrall, waa elected
Speaker of the Houm and Mr. Marriott, of Ra
leigh, Principul Olcrt. Wa did tnot hear whn
had been elected Aiwstant Clerk. All the offi
ce ra of the two Houses are Democrats, with the
areption of an Aiwistant Doorkeeper.
;' It ia aaid that there are three candidatea for
Comptroller, in place of Major Clark, who de
cline! a re-election. -The contest, it waa mp
poscd,' wonld be quite animated the. parties
not agreeing to a decision in caucus. .
Naw VoiiK. The New York Evening Pott
of Saturday lant publishes what purports to be
ofli -ial returna of the election for Governor from
all the counties in the State but two. Clark's
' majority over Seymour in these is put down at
953, which the Pot snys there ia no chance to
overcome. ---i - .. - "
, M.v4s cm asTTS-The election in Maaaachu
. MU, which took place on the. 12th instant for
Unvarnor, Lejrixliiture, and Members of Con
gress, waa carried almost entirely by the Know
Nutliiiu, in opposition to the Whigs and De
mocrat.., " i' " .' ' ' '
' Dklih ark. In Delaware, the election took
place on the 14th. ; The Know Nothinga clcct
ed the Governor, Legislature, and Members of
' Congress, by largo majorities. , : ; ' -
Tkt French Interdict Ag-iinst Mr. Soukwifr-
- WAfHisofbx, Nov, ir. Tlie Secre
tary of State has received a telegraphic
dexpatth from Sandy Hook, stating
that the interdict upoii j Mr. Soule's
.1 I. L" )..... ...UK.
Dasttlil'T uiniiisu rraiitc hot utc
' drawn. The Kmpeior, in all proba
v bility, only meant to give Mr. Soule a
Uoith. Carolini Annual Chafereace.
This body convened in ljittsborougn
"on the 1st instaittnd atljourtied, after
m mi inusualljr protracted sesioli, on the
14t: ' The following is a list o( l!i
ijipf.tnfrfients iY the iHfnti(rri far the
RuStKT O. Ik arcs, P. K.
Ek:i dig Slm. X.r. Kd-
" Lim. Hemrw Grv.
Jfixatm Mii:m. Jaars
- Ctrtmt. Joha W. Tiauin.
MmmmU. U a. BarlteJ, N. A. H. GaJdio.
HWjw, r L. I HeixW. '
- " Ut4 Km!. T. B. 8ka.
J leader mmJ CtorLmHe. J, P. Maura.
Qrvn tk. Alfrt Noraaan, ihm W. tV?A, I
acperaaaaerary. - - - . "
, ttrmm. lokm W. Ir;. . ' I
KlMtrmmgL H. T. Haulaaaw
Clipd H:!L Peu 1)oib.
Witu IUbkinoih, P. K.
CrtemtLonmgh. .WaiUiN 1L UoUniU
Vtulfurd. bolumoa 11. Heiaabedu
JUmdutjA." Nathan A. Hooker.
. iLmtgumery. Z. Rush, J. F. Keersns.
, Hum Rlmr. P. W. Arrber, B. F. fMif. ,
' FrmmkEmtUe. W. U. EkharJaoau
A'mmaatt. U. M. WiUtama.
JiatliiugktiM. LHaon tShefL "CJ "' .'
Hewa. Jokbua Bctket, W. AwJerao,
aap. '.," -... '
Deep JLVer. 8. D. Adama.
William CIum, Agmt for GrenJrosh Fe
N.U. D Milsos, P.E.
SoVdwf. i. L. Father. . v
Ho. T. W. PrtelL -
SLxknlUt A. 1L Johncoa.
IrtdeU mmd Teytortti!lr. 1). W. Donh.
M IrtdrU. C. M. Pepper.
Witkn. W.A.Brame. ,
JtmuviUu B. B. Phelton. . '
Hurry. John W. Uunau . :
Fimyke. C. M. Anderson.
tvW. W. W. Altra. .
D-imrn. R. P. Bibb. .
' Blue Hidjpc M'm-an. To be supplied.
JoHS TlLLKTT, P E. :
Danrilfc J. M. Wtsthrooka.
1 one y Me. T. 8. Caftipliell. , .
Lemtburg. P. II. Joyner. "
llulfuX. J. P. Siuipson, M. 8. Davia.
Halifax Miuiwt. Joseph Goodman.
HtuuHlo. J. E. Manu.
'.'fyroiu'tf. William Carter.
Frv'ikli. S. J. Spotta, J. H. Jrffcrson. ;
Alltghuvj M'.u'on. To be supplied. ' '
Tatritk. C. II. Phillipm
( Ctrmamlon. S. 8. Br) ant
' H' Hfg. T. B. James.
James A. Dean, President of Danville Fe
male Coltege. - " ' ,
R. T. lUmx, P. E.
Wiuhingfo. Joseph H. Wheeler.
Tar Rittr Circuit. James Jameiaon.
AVrr. Jeremiah Johnson. ' ' .
. Plymouth. Abram Wearer. '
W illiamdm. J. 1). Haktead, and one to be
supplied. - - , v- , ' " "
Turlmrvugh. R.J. Caraon.
Columbia. Isaac W. A vent. ,
Maltamutkrtl. W. W. Neabitt, C. W. King.
B ith. t. B. Doaier. . ?
Aruaf. II. H. Gibbous. . ,
UaT. Wvciiit, P.K.
Xtuflerm, Vtnlenary. J. W. Tucker. -
Andrew Chnpeh W. Chafliu. ,
u Circuit. .John W.Pearaon.
Sno o HUL W. M. Jordan.
' Wilitut., Alexander Gattia.
Gofdxbitrough.' C. F. Deems.
. Sm-lkfiM. P. J. Caraway. t :
Duplin. M. L Douglas. . J - ,
Outlaw. D. C. Johnsou. : , "
Tmit. W.F.CIeg. '
Jieaufurt, Ann SI. T. W. Guthrh.
Colored Minion. To be aupplied.
Kinnton Miviun. J. J. Hinea. '
Goldaborough Female College, J. II. Brent,
President. " i ' '.' '
D. R. Nicholson-. P, K.
Wilmington, Front St. S. M. Frost. .
, . Fifth St. T. P. Ricaud.
TupnaiL ! L. W. Martin.
Knekv Mount and Scotf$ Hill Mission. A.
Sampson. W. M. Walsh. '
W inoW. M. N. Tavlor. ,
Fuytllcxille. W. E. Pell.
- Cirmit. Daniel Culbrcth.
Bladen. C. P. Jones, 8. D. Peeler.
Colored Mission. To le aupplied. ,.j
" Cape Feir Mission. G. W. Farrabee.
Smithrille. John N. Andrews. !
Wkiletviile. 1. B. Martin.
W. J. Langdon appointed to labor for the
bancfit of Seamen in Wilmington. .
ATLANTIC DISTRICT. '
John Jonks, P. E.
rnrltmnuth and Otratotkr. T. R. McRae.
Cape H'ltttrns M'skum. To be supplied.
Cape Lookmtt AWon. Z. F. Meckina.
Straits. Ixham Hill.
A. 8. Andrews and J. L. Cotton transferred
to the Alabama Conference. .:
Thonvis Jones left without appointment by
vote of Conference. , ' - -: '"
The next Conference will be held in
The Alissionary CoHectiot.S anil be
'quests amountetl to upwards 'of f 9,000.
: The collection at I'UlsDorougn was up
wanls of $600.
t For the Recorder.
c' ' - APPOINTMENTS. .
. " , Hillsborough, Nov. 15, 1854.
, Mkssr Editors : Please publish the follow
ing appointments for Hillsborough Circuit, and
oblige. ,; Yours, T. W. MOORE.
1st Sunday in December, Orange Church.
Tuesday after, Cole'a School Houae. ;
Wednesday " Pleasant Grove.
, 2d Sunday, New Sharon. " ' .
Saturday after, Lebanon.
3d Sunday, JDedar Grove. s .
Thursday after, Walnut Grove. , '
Friday u South Lowell. .
. Saturday M Union Grove. , ,
4th Sunday, Mount Hebron. .
.Tuesday after,' Fletcher's ChapeL ' '
. Wcdneadajr " Orange Grove. . . .
Thursday ' " Allison'a 8chool Houso,
Weekly Message please copy. .
' ' - Pen;rsbuie. Nov. 17.
Tobbacco Lugs $4:50 6:50; Leaf,
co:ut t t( good, ,5U y;
tofinei9 00 15 00.
Corrox. Sales at 8 a 8 c. .. , ;
WuKA r.--Salea at I 25 a I 75. "
Cjiix.alcs at 80 a 8i c V. 1 ' .
, Uc.m. S idea 9 a 9 ; &hftiUirrt S
lit Va. I.i-r rmvd lll.iims 14c .
tJro. rVrav.aa ISO; Mexican
' $33 2 Super Pliuphate bfLiane t46.
Fayette ule r actory 1 8c.
0. Adamantine 28 3tc.
Cettnn 8 a 8c.
f lour Cross 7 25; fine 7 50 super
fine 7 73 a 8 00.
Feathers 40 45c, '.
Cw rj 90c. a tl oo.
Slolasses Cib 4J 6; N. Or-
leans S7l 40c. ' '
Whiakev 70c. - ' -' -
, NarSA. Jfe. 18. ;
Fwr.--Soperfine 9 P tI0. j
Sroaa Brawn. Purl a li'iru S I a CI
. ' - -
JS. Orleans Jioc, i
MoutsaeawCuba 24 a 24 c. S.Oc
leans 27 a 50 c. - - "
CorrKKLaguira 11 a 1 1 1 c; Rio
Grasou -Perutian t48. .
inst, kj www ir. Brosrn, rN Mr. AiaT b. ' Sealed Proposals J
PLiiaasra U MisaHaaaa Wabbex, daughter XT? ILL Ked a nut iU I8ih of Deeem
of Mr. Charles H. Warren. . ' ' ' lrr. ( the Uri. k and Carfieaier'a Work
' In the vieiuit at Hillilunii.li. m TkM. f the Waw of ibe i.nh Carolina Rail Road
ell, TnoAS ebb, Eq, Attorney and Conn-
aellor at Law.toMias Eoaisa Noawnoa, daugh-
te of John V. .Xom oo.1. ean. t
la Alamanra eountT. on the lath of June i
M, by PatteraonTbon,,,,, SauiW
bttabt to Mwa Eliiaktm Jass Bbaoshab-,
wirfoiTtl; utL i thai
In vt uniiiiffton, on l tie Htn instant, by the
Rer. Dr. Drane, K.,EaTr.A$us.e1. to Misa
Cabbib Wan;HT, daughter of Dr. Thomas II.
a-;.ii Jiv:i,.,i-,. :
ataja " IIIUlllkWIK i
Dicl. on tha 8th hist- at the familv reaidenra
ia thi. county. Mrs. Dsua 8aira, widow of the
,v ' .... . .
ute vt. James n. ctnitn, in ine own year oi
heraaje. : -' , - 1
During her last illneaa, Mrs. Smith made a
profraaloa of her faith in God the Father, Son,
and Holy Ghost: and waa received into the
communion tf the church, and partook of thej
8acrainent af tlie Lord's 8aniar. ailniiiiiaterril
fcv Ih. af .h- Kin,l nt..,.h at f Mia. i
ii iiiu. . - CoM-j
Died, in this county, on the 18th instant, of
Consumption, Mrs. Kbrrcca Jsk Cuambkbh,
wife of Mr. E. P. Chanibers, in tha 30th year
of her age. '., " '.".'::'.'.
Died, in this county, on Saturday the 18th
insUut, of Scarlet Fever. Alston Gray Nkuok,
ton of CoL Taisley Nelson, aged 9 years and
3 montha. '
Alan, on Monday lant, of the Mine disease,
Martha Jask, daughter of CoL Nelson, aged
about 6 years. " , '
Died, in Aberdeen, Miss., on the 1 1 th of Oc
tober, of cancerous affection on the face, CoL
Nathasiei. L Kixg, in the 56th year of hia age.
Mr. King wa a native of this county, and at
one time waa elected to the House of Commons.
TUe AliarJoco paper aaya he atood high in that
community, where he had been living about ten
Female School at Graham.
A SCHOOL for the thorough education of
Younf Ladies, will be opened at Graham,
Alamance county, N.C, on the first Tuesday
in January next, under the instruction of the
undersigned as Prineipal, and two competent
Young Ladiee.as AommIsiiU. A II letters ad
dresaod to the Prineipal will receive prompt at
tention. A pamphlet circular aent to thoae de
airing it, artiing iorth the plan and pretentions
oftba School. .
. fj The Hillsboioogh Recorder, Greensho
rough Patriot, Spirit of the Age, and Southern
Argus, (Norfolk, Va) will please insert six
ayeka and forwaid accounts.
J. R. HOLT.
. November 8, 1854. 63 6w
South LoweU Academy. .
rPHE 12th Sesvion of this institution will com-
nience on Wednesday the 10th of January
next, and continue five months. The public
may real assured that every posoible attention
will be paid by the Trustees, tha Piincipul and
his Assistant, to maintain the huh aland thia
School has taken. It ia located eleven mile East , fundanl, in tnauuvr a by the statute in auch ca
nt HilUhorouah. and fourteen miles North of Dor-' aes is leuuired. and the return thereon beine, Ex
hnm'a Depot on the North Carolina Rail Road.'eculed on the aaid Mary E. Hastings, and that a
The country ia remarkably healthy, there not second subpeena waa atao issued, and a like re
' .....- '. 1- 1 ....... I t. I a
bating oeen a case oi prmracira su'ine among iurn maua, aim piuciaiuauun iicing uwuc at u
the students for six years, nor a'death. We court hou.-e door by the Sheriff for the said de
have no whiskey, no loafers, nor person ol -ques- tenilant to appear and answer, aa commanded by
tianahU, character in the community. ParenU the ulina, and the defendant fuiline to appear:
JDd Guardiuns who may choose to place their
aon anu warus nere, may re.it aasurcu mat vvctj
attention will lie paid to advance them both men-
tally and morally. . j
English, from $10 to (13 50 ,
Languages, . IS 00 .
The Kev. H. Arnold can accommodate from
twenty to thirty boarders at the Hotel, at $6 50
' .. .... -. .u .
uoani ill inn neior luornoou ui iuo
same price. W ashing included, but ntt ugni.
U. U. f AKKlSll. BeC')-.
Nov. 18, 1854. ' " Ii3-4w
rry- Spirit of the Age, Standard, and Weekly
Pot, insert four times and forward bills.
From the stable of the sub
scriber, on Monday night the 20th
instant, a grey Mare, about nine
year old, heavy built,, dark man
and tail, haa dark apofr on the
left aide ot tier DacB. anu trots very uee.no .aau
Tbe auspectedSthief m a negro hn-'g" mile. qm j defcdeu i this caae, re
north cast of Hillsborough, who haa been lurking . . . , ... ,. , ... s T, . h.
. a a a a
auoui m mi : 7 "
sul-criher will gira a l.beia reward tor me mir
and thief, or for thei mare alone. ;T "
, - UbUIiUh A. AUUKi'
Melville, Alamance co., Nor.al. "
'"" - TT ! "
', JN U 1 1 U Hi . ; ' '
ALL person indebted to the aubscriher.eitner answer or demur to said bill, trie same wilt be la
hv note or account, for medical seivic or ken pro confesso and heard ex parte as to him.
other wUr, are requested to make immediate pay -
menl, aa he designs leaving Hill-borough in a
short time. "
- TIIOS." II. TURNER.
Xoveuihei 13. . . ' 63 Swi
FEIIALE ACAD EOT. " -.
; I"1 H 2 ti ul 1 tiu- ; umm 13 rw-i e
- tWS.a aa SAU Dera)r neat.at atkirh
tita iia a U a iaa.i km aa4 tb Mia-
ru Mri( t
cemBEW-aea aa iImi 44fe l
JaMry jrfrt. suJ rotiUnua awnctiha, arIrf
tiMt uariM(M ai Mr.Juaa P. Biin aaJ I-a.
nr. asiiaieJ ly Mm. Lwcu F. Va. Tais
ifMitutio W ioeatel Mev aailea sm a HitU
twxoujh, ia tt rouoty aI rVaagr, the tesA
kJioj frmoa Kalrigh to RuawMjga. Parents
arJ w J ia a twiihy skikw of rouoiry, i ti
uuM mt sa ioirnijrat and rrliuu roaimuuiiy,
and etpenenred and e Ararat loacheta,
ma m ch"! S they desire. ,
" : ' . rmn, . .
Bfl-. per amonth, (Staeieett.) 00
i'.. j, , , , ... ..
Lnnw, (UiclaJing F'rtu-t,)
Painiing sod EuilruiArrr,
.EM AN. I Es. Com
li tKr. f miner. .
iu anKHinl u aUoul two Milli.M fi bunJml
PUn-.f the l.uiM.np caa b
seen in the Cmrineer .4Ta-e ia Kaleigh.
- V Al 1 r',t u 1
III ff a a aa a a at m k
. , .
nm ... . . . .i nn-'
barouaii.a Pocket Uo,. rontaimna; 164 dulls rs
one M dollar note mi tar bjnk of Vance villct
twe tO's. aeen 10'a. and I wo t'a. on banks not
tolleced and ato a mwt with ralculationa
on mill work. The alve reward of lwenty-fio
dulUis will be aivrn U the reroverv of the po. k- -
M ' "r" lh wUri
bei oral the West P.ant Post Office.
November 31, 184.
Attention ! Company. . -j
'PRE Militia Company of ISu Mary'a District
are hereby eomnwiutwl lu al lend at CaK.
Joarh . Bacon's, oo Saturday the 13d of Dc
reW,f MXX ,d VV "
AT LOW PRICES.
tfE shall receive, during this and
week, our entire atiM-k of i
Fall and Winter GOODS, 1
viuinanvHia. an svrviaii iiuriut Maasasy
of which will be auld al Reduced Pricee. Fleaw
call and look for youna-lvea. ,
Seple mler t5.
. Hunt for your Casii i
'PUE firm formeily known aa W.T. Caps
. dt Co. haa been diaaolved bv mutual con.
aeul. The business will be carried on hereafter
bv War. Cape alone. i
All persons indebted to the alove named firm
a ropiested to come forwanl aJ aaiila. TKa
books will m found in the hands of M. Miller to
collect. TbiMe hidebletl will save cost and trou
ble by attending to tbit notice. -
t. ,i . a.
' ' ' ' 4W 'Ai ft. lw.
November 8th, 1854.
Carpets and Carpeting. : ,
PARLOR, Chamlier, and 8uir-cae Carpel
iiig just received by .
TOW and Cotton Cloth, Plain and Striped,
Linseya. Homespun Jeans, Dried Applet,
Flu Seed. Feathers, and all other kinds of
Country Produce, in exchange for Goods.
J. C. TUKRENriNE dc SON.
November 7. , 61
STA I K OF NORTH-CAROLINA,
,"V : . , URAN0K COUNTY.
Superior Court of Law September
v Term, 1854. ;
Thomas Hastings jr. vs. Mary E. Hastings.
. ' I'etUion for Divorce. .
IN this case it appearing that a copy of the pe
tition and subiKEiis wer isiued to tlie (le
It ia ordered by the Cout that publication for
mm iiimnua w unm m iw uonBjiapci.,
the aaid Mary E. Hastings to appear at the next
term of thia Court, to be held in HilUboruugh,
pn the second Monday in March next, then and
there to plead, answer or demur to the said pe
tition, otherwise the same will be heard ex parte
as to her, and judgment pro confesso will be
g'an eu agnmsi ner. . .
' Wilt...a JtiniA. I.ill l:lnrk rtf nut daul rTrtlirt-
. .. .
at office, the second Monday of September, A
JAMES GILL, c. g c
November 30. 63 3m
STATE .OF NORTH CAROLINA,
. . , OKASOE COUSTT.
In Kquitj' September Termr 1854:
John Berry, Administrator of Haugbawout,
Jamee and Robert loan. and other. .
. , William Blli-
UVB wrvutj tQ huiim vi t taiaj ww a .
fme. on snoUon. on ered bv the Court, that sd-
teliemenl fof siJ nccetaiw wceka, in
! t,e Hillsborough Kecorder, notifying the aid
Jefenjgutoftbefilingof ihi bill, and that un-
eu he appear at the next term of thia Court,
'. to be held at the court bouse in Hillsborough,
j on the second Monday in March next, and plead.
1 Witness, O. F. Long, Clerk and Master of our
said Court of Equity, at office in Hillsborough
i the second Monday of September, 1854.
1 O. F. LONG. v. & st. e.
November 10. . t Price adv. $l;5i.) 63 6w
AS kt fecrid i,.m JSear Vwi aJ PLi-!
U'-'i' ia a r Vr. vaiw4 aoJ tLns'
FALL & WINTER HOOIK 1
raaviauag of aw, U0g imI, ie,4 m a II J fW
Dry Go!, and Grocerias ItT.
HanJware aaJ fatlerr. JkmU, hhm, JW rireserVkilMv. aogbkMBa
Hats, ami Caps, Qaeenswarr, .(fatUaiifs
SaJdlerr, anl fach Material l Superior Frene fc KflNh- Ctfts?
an iecriputni, I
, aim a lot f Readr-JiaJe ('lotlia
all mt wkirh ha la aWraaiaed ahsU he
Irw aa they caa ha baagbt eWvhct.
tO Thai hlrheat vim altl L. s Pm.!
titans in airhaara t (iiaaJa. '
Thankful U Iha fcWrat tatmetjra t ha
herrioUa iwitrd, b -OI prctfltj sit
" "r1 mMm" . I
ieniber T, 1854.
TZ . . I
A 1 1 rent Lliance fur a liaram!
MI A LI. e&r lot aa la to the hiftbeat UJJer.ba
( it Hoot rearm,) m Tuesday mt ICairafcr !
Court, ia the tew a of UiilaUr oogh, tay Cm .
Jack, Bm.a. . .
BaUaaa ia ail years ahl next May, waa aired .
i hy UM larga Jack at Coi. Interiob. of Chat-jiJ
ham, and caa xoi mm f tie rvha aa are la ha
Noveaalaf 4. 1831. - CI
afaam K Ial KkAfh S MtAM tt.aAatal. M WmmM iaOl avl
t. a. tile their eeemnta b the end of th prearnt
; year. Thoae bo neglect this notice nj cx
ned It La wailed en al their awa ei urn.
A. C. MURDOCH.
Naaember T, I84. , : !
Tlf.Xt " .
, ' a.
. ' . MUgSlCi, KOCkaiVOja,
dona up in the beat manner, of tha beat msteri-
aK by the be-4 of woikuieo, and at the lowest
poasibla price. ' '
He ia prei-ered to execute all o tdera in bia
tlL " "" " th'
A. C. MURDOCH.
November 7. 1854. . 60
Embroidery Patterns, &c.
A NEW Lot of Embroidery Pal lei ns. Work-
injf Cotton, Ac, juat receired by
C TLttKE.Nl'INB at 80N.
AND WINTKR GOODS.
117 OULD respectfultf lufarm bia friends and
f pW"." ju.to,neianne
Stock of Goods ia his line, selected with great
. a l4 . av a, . a
' k "in lIn ? of J"k .h
taajily.laals nd axcellcnce, he tbmka will be
ffAattil IasiahI afl I haatf alaa an a! aiiivnaiau msaaa aavli n'Tt
'have before been offered iothia place. Thayeon-
aiat of every variety of articles usually kept ia a
Merchant Tailor's Shop,
uperior French and English Clolbsj Plain
and Figured French Caaaimerst Satin and Silk
Plush Vesting, both figured and plain; Shirta,
with lba4alest French bosoms; Cravats, Neck
Ties, dec. Also a well selected aasortnieul ot
Head Made Clolhin. auch aa
Ureas Coats, Over Coals, Vests,
, t'autaloous, &o &.c.
His frienda and he public generally, are lftvif
please in tlyle,qmUty and p n
eonudent be can
(f The Latest Fashions are reported to hira
monthly from two of the moat fashionabis Ciliea
in the world: and hia Coats will be cut and
made up so as to compare both in taste and beau
ty with any made in any city in tha Union, ei
ther North or South.
He also promises tha public that he will take
pleasure in Cutting and Making work in eveiy
st vie that may be desired.
October 24. 8
. BOOKS! BOOKS I !
UO I all ye that thirst for knowledge, come
la the Urns Stare, and buv tha folhiwimr:
The Old North State, Leila Ida, or tha Jewish
Fein Leaves, (second Convert,
acriee,) . The Waldensee, ;
The Forest Sanctuary, fillers of the Madiai.
The Siege of Valentia, Magdalen Hepburn, .
Songs of the AlTecliona, Fashion and Famine,
Songs of Life, - The Pilgtima of Wah
Tles& Historic Scene, singhani,
Sunny Side, Thrilling Adventures by
Shady 8ide, Laud a nd Sea,
City Side, Life and Sayings of Mrs.
Lights and Shadowa of Partington,
Scottish Life, ' ' Substance and 8hadowa,
Party Leaders, . Mrs. Ieslie'e New Cook
Leila in England, Hook, -
Spencer's Fairy Queen, Fifty yeara in bath He-
in various bindings. nii'pheres.
The Covenant of the Daring Deeds of Ame-
Manse.; ricsn Heioes, .
Dovecot or the Heart Canadian Crusoes,
of the hinnestead, Fixher a Catechism,
Hspa and Mishaps, Virginia Comedian,
Five years before tba Alone The great novel
Mast, r ofthedHy,
Journey to Central Af- Shakspear'a Work's. .
rice, '. Maryait's "
Memoir of M'Cheyne, Bulwer's
Togethei with all the Annuals for 1855, a
' great variety of Juvenile Works, and the best
aenortmcnt of Stationary ever offered in this
market, &c &c ,t '
Octotwr 30th. 1 60
THE subscriber, having formed a copartner
ship in the Drue- Trade, for the term of
five yeara, under the style of Schoolfield & Co.,
it become necessary for all account on my
booka to be settled immediately. I hope all in
debted will attend to this notice at once, and
save themselves cost and me trouble.
S. D. SCHOOLFIELD.
October 23, 1854. . 59-
RIGHT AWAY, in exchange for new Soods,
500 yards of Woolen Jeans.
' 300 M colored plain wore Linsej. ,
- 300 " ' white Do. ' .
800 ' of Tow and Cotton Cloth. ,
. 400 M of Blue-atriped Cotton Cloth. .
200 pairs of Wool Socks. ,
. 200 lbs. home-spun Shoe Thread. -
. i LONG 4- WEBB.
nOTTON. eitherio the aeed or picked, bought
J by LONG & WEBB.
October 23. ' . - ' - v 59
A EpIcaUJ AtJ3rfrr.esf cf Yil ill
-D mil 11
ma rsini irrxt iiiwwtnnj
Satia.S.lk, an.l Figured VeUet Vtat
itiVcry rich; &.c. i.c. Ac. v -
I Ha haa a bo terttW a Ijirja AaorUa mt
' I?iil if MmL. f'l.it!.!,!!
LL-fc iaui a U.i.ul.U ...1 .i ,.,u tlL
U, fc,-- Baitt frata a tt.t.a .f al.l.lklJ '
rrpuUiioa. 7a trtakl mlnm aU iht a.
trea tf a tmlravaa'a ar.rdrobt, fuat the Fba ,
art frhirt to tha ga. Ureaa CiaU
ed u ir him a oil ah ris twSdMiiui
am ill ha a!4 ta ri aat-fankew
OCT K haa mwed tlia Fait and Winlef Fash.
d ia fwepared to rut and mU Gentle.
aatne Clothtag ia tha twat atyto.- t gooit
mwroout. I be M aCarurkiBea kept cvaatauU
bis employ menu
Ha Irndawe his warn thank to the BuMis)
ta" the fitvral patioMjt hrreWore irreivtd. and
hoia la aarrit sad receitc a conlinoaora of their
Octolr t. r " 17
LEATHER! ULVTIIER1 '
rHE Mbarrttiera reiecilvtty iubroi tha riti
aeua of Uraage and Pctaoej countiea, thai
tlaaa Tin Yard known as The 1 iddlctwst
Tan Yurtl, i now ia full ojieraikta- , .
lbey solicit a bbertl patronage, aad will e
oVavor to 4eaaa all wba may ttvor them with a
triaL , .
W. II. PASS &. RURTOX.
October 13. . 68 i
JUST IIKCKIVED, .
Wl'UAR House ttrarat Jas, Upuyra aa4
Rio Coilee. Ac, &c. Also, WeUh aa4
Shaker FUnael, alt wool ; by ,
av.i j c. ur.nu, ,
L80 a freah supply of
CLUVEK tWd. b , .
October 10. ,,
4 8 this haa become on branch of tba Dijr
Gooda trade, you will find an assortment af
Coats, (Frocks and Uacka.) Pants, VesU au4
Oveicoala, on reaaonsble lerma, at '
J. C. TL'KRENTINE & BON'S.
October 16. , - fta.
HESTER, ANTHONY, J08EPII AND
JAMES DAl'GHERTV. for their heirs.)
children of James Dauirherty, of Orange coua
ty, INorUl Uaroliua, U. will hear aomethihff
to their advantage by addressing THOMAS
w. v ai.su, lown or ttiineoe, County of
Norfolk, Canada Weat.
HepU 18lh, 1H51. . . aioaa
NEW GOODS! GOOD GOODS!
AND PRETTY GOODS !
111 E eut scribers are now receiving a larga
and vaiied asaortment of new
Fall and Winter Goods, . .
selected w th great ear at lb low rottt near
ruling in th Northern markets.
Lailies will find, with other arllrlea, th foS
" . . Plain. Brocade and Plaid Silki.
. French ami English Merinos, .
Raw Silks and DeBag Alpaeaa, " :
Cash meres and Mouseliu DeLsin '
Also, French Embroideries and Embrohftrf
; Pattern, ' -
Itigolrttea and Mohair Head Dresses, Ac.
For Ueutleinea i v , ,
Plain and Fancy Casaimerea, ;. .
Vestinga of all qualities and stjlea, '
. Fancy Tiea and Shut Collar, ' t
Die and Hauling Boota, . " .
Mtdeskin Dress Hata. new atyle, .
Wide-A wake. Know Nothing, and New-.
day Caps and Hata,
Genie' Travelling Shawls, Ac. , ' "
Tbey invite attention to their stock of Negr
Clothing, Idnseys, Kerseys, Urogana, Leather,
Blanketa and Flanneb. . , , .
. The Ladie will find new Winter Bonnets,
(Colored Straw and Lawns, and new sty I Rib.
bona to dress the new or re-dress the old one.
J. C. TURKENTINE & SON.
October 16. ' ' 88
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
" . ; ORANQB COUNTY. ' ,'
In Equity September Term, 1854.
, 8juir D. Um.tead, Trustee, el al, '
; '- against ' 1
Elijah Hester, Executor, el aL -
; . " Antended Bill .. :
tT appearing to the Couit, that Thomaa t'aiy
and hia wife Elizabeth, two of the defendant
in thi cause, retid beyond the limit of thia
State i It ia therefore, on motion, ordered by th
Court, that advertisement b made for sis euc
Ceeeive wecka, in Ibe HiQslwrough Recorder, no
tifying the aaid defendant of the filing of thia
bill, and that unless they appear at lb next
term ol thia Court, to be held at the court hour .
in Hillsborough, on the second Monday of March
next, and plead, answer or demur to aaid bill, tba
aame will be taken pro confesso and beard tx
parte aa to ihem. - , " ' '
Witness, O. F. Long, Clerk and Master of. our
aaid Court of Equity, at office in Hillsborough, "
the second Monday of September, 1804. : -.
O. F. LONG, c. & . k.
November 10. (Price adv. f4:60 ) 62 6w
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. "
ORANGE COVNTT. f
In Equity September Term, 1834..
JainAa Vu'kara mn Tmfa anjl nlKar.
: '. Willi T. Hhode, and othem. , I
f . l'elilion to telt Land. ..
IT appearing to the Court, that Jamea W.
Rhodes, Pleasant Rhode, and Zachary
Rhodea, three of Ihe defendanU in thia cause,
reside beyond the limits of thia State : It ia
therefore, on motion! ordered by the Court, that
advertisement be made lor six successive week,
in Ihe Hillsborough Recorder, notifying th aaid
defemlanta of the filing of thia petition, and thai
unless tbey appear at th next term of thi
voun, to or neiu at tne court noose In MilUbo-,
rough, on the second Monday of March next,
and nlpaJ. anawar a. il.mii, a eawl imiULar iK. .
ama will b taken pro confesso and beard ex
parte aa to them. . . . . .
- Witneas, O. t . Iong, Clerk and Master of our
aaid Court of Equity, at office in Hillsbotough
the aecond Monday of September, 1854.
. ' - O. F. LONG, c. & M. X.
Pile adv. 1;50.J tJ-6w
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