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Dissolution of Coptrtneiship.
FpllK Nmmn heretofore carried 1. oo at th*a place, under the fire ef Joseph I. K••mell It to., out dwoulred ou the 19th test. Joseph L Russell is au thorrsed to receive payment for dues, and1 to adjust all otbar matter* relating to the tats concern. Aa a opendy class of the Lusioeaa it out only accessary, but iodis pea.able, we tat tle, (ia the spirit af friend ship.) all Uinta indebted to u«, to route forward and rettla without delar. How ever disagreeable to all parties, delioquen ctea will be answered for at Marrh Court. Samud K. U'Li/e, Joseph A. RusstlL Harpers-Ferry, Jsa. 19, 18.11. A CARD. THR subscriber having disposed of his in* ter eat in lha establish meat of Joseph L. Russell b Co. to Messrs Roessll and Kitg. simmens, eed basing withdrawn altogether from tiarjMr* Kerry, lakes this occasion to thank io the sincerity of bit heart, those who l)s*o encoded to bint their countenance and support during a period ol upward* of seven years to Iskiac leave of them, lie trusts and liopss that they will lay him under one more obligation, the last favor, prunahly. ho will ever solicit at iheir hands. Tba fa vor be asks is, that those indebted to the late Arm of Joseph I. Kuweit h Co. Will rail w iitiout d< lay, at the old stand, and saute the amounts they are re.pernvrly owing _ As lh» business «.f the Into rooerru must be Settled immediately. be hopes Ihev will offer A<> impediment to that end, hs withholding pas moot; their doing so, will onlv render it neres.ary is bm.g suits agaiust delinquents at the Mare.b term. RAM! K. WHITE. January 19. 1*31. A CAM). TflR subscriber takes this method of re turning hi. grateful arkuow ied.rairn'a to the numerous fiiet.de and customers of the late firm of Joseph I. Russell R Co. for their liberal support; and as ha anil continues bu siness at the old stand. it will be a source of much satisfaction to hun to receive a call fyom lha customers of the late e*tahli*hment. JOSEPH L. Rt'SSKbL. Jan. 1*. 1*31. Copartnership Formed. J'MMIK subscriber* having purchased J| of Mr. Samuel K. White, hi* in* trrrst in the late concern of Joseph L. Russell & Co. have this dij a««nriatrd under the firm of Russell & FlTzsiM ^ions, for the puiposr of carrying on buM nrM *t Harpers-Feirj, Market square.— Our store will at all tuuea be supplied willi a good assortment af staple and fan cy GOODS, which will be sold at the lawest prices. Our indirulual friend*, the customer* of the late linn, and the public generally, arc respectfully invited ta attend tu us such a portion of thrir custom a* they think wa ara entitled to from the prices and qualities of our good*. No exertions oo wur part shall he warning to render gvuersl satisfaction. JrtMjjh Hu*jr//, John J1. Fit2»inn,tout. Jao. 17. 1931. SarEaiaTtivneirr s Orncs. U S Asmoxt, liaryera Ferry. January 11, 1931. PROPOSALS \V ^'L be received at tins (Tice, until ▼ v the 15th of February, 1931, for fur nishing this armory with any number of Mu'ket stocks, out exceeding fifty thou aand, to ha inada of (list rate black wal nut tiiid’cr, perfectly free from sap, worm h- -Ics, s ind shakes, splits, kriata, or cracks : the whole ta b« delivered in tun year* from the 1st of April next. No stacks of light, tender, brash, hnttle, ar crass gram wood, will be received. 'I be plark intruded far Stocks, mutt be fully two and a fourth inches thick; aad tba limber from which ibt y shall b« made, must k* felled between the months of Oc tober and February following. On the drIrveiy cf ih* Stacks at the armory, they will be subjected tw a close inspection, and every stock which shall be fi>ur»d defectiva in any respect, will be con demned. Every person, or person*, contracting to deliver Storks, will be required tu give good security far the performance af his or their contract GEO RUST. Jr. Sup't. L S. .irmory, I tar tier $ Ferry fJsn. ID, 1990—3iJ RUNAWAY. f'lMnMt-d to Ibi Jail uf JiflTeraon f V count), on the Sth day of October !*«>. aa a runaway al**e, . negr* min * ho «l • birn^lf DAVE Said nagro says' ln*l bt belong. |.» th« widow Dunlap, near Riaonlua, Va. Me |a of dark complexion, fl"?1 of **r 4 f90t l9r* ••*«■•••• ? **• *w'** ,fc* fnr* *,r*»rr *>f hi* right *bp ••••r of «aid «lirr ia replicated i I** pro,r* »,rt>P»r,y. PM ch»r I £•. and lain him away, other*}** bo will ba di*po«ed of aa (he law direefa. _ TMOM4S DttlUUH, Jamon. * harleatown, Dec. |, |&j«. notice. V |KI.IM||;knt h i ot kholdkr* ' 1F ,r*,h« *• Harper* Kerry .Chariot** a, j •nd smith field Turnptke Cntipaoy," arc Ijervhir respectfully notified, that l*y ... ur. i dev which the nnigenrirs of the Company i have Compelled the Board of Director* (o w»»ke, all «r rear age* an rnatalment* ceded *V !* *• *”* "f F«*"»nvjr, I«M. will.j • Mhal time, be pUced in the bamia of an I "/**•*• ••♦ collection. without respect to person* By order of the Board. J...Q B,Nnta- «-*■ tout vonom Look out to March Court! ! * ■****“ *° ■* he i •ndeh£!T\ ****' ,n° W*eh *—»® i Marcb •»>*>ther hmt—lmik Out to in d»»* • ^,',r1~~',**he n.><«Me arrangement# ‘ .^^W i.me. oc yen will IUd tour cla.m. ,n| **•**• of •« attorney, for eellectmn. n __ I t* CtkTCA Harper*.Perry, Dec 29, IKK). D*T~ Tit# * UTU TOST OFFICE, ChmrUmiawn, > _ January U, 1831. ) TPHE MAIL fmtn WtikisfiM. Bahi "®W» llagmluaa, FrederickUm p. Lrrilwg, ap«| Harpers-Ferry, active* an Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, about I o'clock, A. M ; and departs oa Tuesday. I bursday, and Saturday, about baIT past fit a o'clock. P. M. Arrives from Staun ton.VYarrratoa, and Wine heater, on Turt day*. Thursday*. and Saturdays, in Ihe | rvetiing ; and departs* oa W'ednesdaya. Krutaya, aad Sundays, early ia tba mura •*»g. f^Tho Office will |sr open aa Sundays from 9 ta 10 o'clock, until furtlsrr notice. _H. KF.YKS. r m. House ^ Lot in Charlestown FOR RENT. JT1HR subscriber, intending to leave this %A place shortly, offers the House and Lot st present in hit occupancy for rent. The house Isa* to o rooms on the lower floor, and two rooms above, with a small kitchen and a i cellar. The lot contains one acre of ground, one half of which Is well set with Clover, and mill have a stable erected on H previous to possession being given. This properly is situ* •ted in the eastern part of the town, opposi’e ‘he residence of Ur. Samuel C. Snyder, and is convenient to Ihr cuirt-bou'-e. Possession mill be given on or before the first of April.— Apply to the subscribe*. WILL LIM M'ELROY. Jan 27, 1831. House and Lot for Sale, AT AUCTION. BY VIRTUE of a deed of trust, eieenfrd to mi by Joseph F. Tad«r, bearing •lata lha *4«h day of March, IS.’t, ard of re cord in ths clerk's oflics of the county court of .liffersoa, I shall proceed to sell, on Fri d-y the 1st day of April aaat, at It o'clock. (M. before the door of Edmonds’ hotel, in i Rkarlsvtwwa, at peblie auction, la the high jest bidder, far cash, a certain bouse and lot on lha main strast in Charlestown, Va be. 'twaao tba house aad premises of William Morrow sod those of John Lemon Such ■ title as is vested in me, (believed to be indie. ' putable,) will be conveyed to the purchaser. LEE GRIGGS, TnuUt. ! Jan. 87, 1881. _I JOHN IF. RE NNE R—TAILtB, RESPECTFULLY informs the eili ten* of Harpers Ferry and the pub lic generally.that he has removed hi* shop to the hou*e formerly occupied hy Doctor urnnn.anu more recently tiy Mrs. RIery , Seelig. as a school room, where be Hill [continue the Tailoring Business in all its j various branches. Those who may favor i him with their custom, can rpst assured I that he will spare no exertions to hare »he«r work done in a neat, durable, and I fashionable style, at a short notice. He ; returns thanks for past favors, and hopes j to he able to merit a continuance of the .same. Harpers Kerry. Jan 27, 1951. N- B.—A J iiH-m j mun Tailor, *l»o is a evod workman, will nu-ct with cinphjjmeat. Caidingaml Fulling Mill FOR REST. A |lHK WELL-KNOW N Fulling Mill " *nd Carding Machine, formally own cd by John Heller, and more recently hy Col George Humphreys, is offered for rent. This establishment is in a rich neighborhood, amt within half a mile of Charlestown, in Jefferson county. It will be put in complete repair; and te a good tenant, who is a perfect master af the bu-. siness.the terms will be made satisfactory A commodious, two storr. stone dwvl ling house adjoins the mill, and will be rented with it, if desired. ANDREW KENNEDY. Charlestown, Jeff. Co. Va. > Jan. 19. IBS I. f. OCT"Winchester Republican Mid Martinsbtwir Gasrtte, 3 limes. ** TAVERN FOR B2HIT, (And Possession srirrn on the 1st day of April next.) riMIE TAVERN STAND at Ilalltown, A on the road leading from Winchester to Baltimore, and npii-distant betueen [Charlestown and Ilarpers*Kerry, now in I tne occupancy of Joseph Robe Ha. Ap JOHN PETER Dee. 29, 1830.—8t. TO Taa PUBZJO. TS*!!!**" ***** appointed 1 ONb i ADLE fur i!m Mouthern die trict of Jefferson county, respectfully ten der* bis sertteo* to the public in that ea poeity. All business entra.tr.110 bi.eare. * ill be promptly and punctually attended to. He solicits a ahsre «f the public pa Irnnage. HENRY IIRLLER •Ian. 47, |Ml. A RRTLT.EnR WAWTE1>~ A*7/!.lJNV,AN * •f**'ll*f7 Capacity A a Miller, nf sober and induatnoos habits • ill meet with conatsnt employment and Ube ,h* •PPlj,'*T «o the subscriber at Haines Mill, near the White House. . JOHN I t.AUSON. Jr fir rson county, Va. Jan. J7.—• NOTICK. Pr.TlSON* who arc in the habit of throw ! mir down my fence a and riding through! my, "r"K ^ Kt^ebjf (MitioRfd from (Joint so in future, oa I shall put the law in l.rce a-1 ffarnat them without respect te persona. HKNKY T. M. BMIMCOK. Jan. 27, 1831.—* SOftBW ZeOOBJL UICK AHD’M superior Hciuw Locks large and email, for aale by * . mr .... °EO W IUMMOXD. Jan 27,1831. NOTICE. CTnCKHOLOfcUS of the Mmithflelrl. SJ (jharleMows, and Harpers-Ferry Turn.! P*ho (:om(»any, residing in MmithAeld and •**gbbarfcsad, are informed that Mr Tama.* •«*■*»* h» recerea the a ^*** .. A*”! ,^P**f»** ioataHwenis w-*r"?2** ***** ■ s~ 3. IUO. ««“• „ „ »B.W.JVUDS8> - Patent Specific (hutment. i PAI NS has# heen taken t» mala* |bl* wp. H> *•'? (««d It (Bay be had at the lei low ih; place*, tii : HuuiyUrry Aeyee\ Charted own. .'Idui.i JJartituOurf. H\ Sprenztr'e* Harper a Ferry. Towner h‘ HorriF, SUcpherdatotm. lO*" Tha above Ointment la offered to the public t* a safe and certain remedy far I iho*a ob-tinat* ili«ra*r«, soatw of nliicb have *o long b^dl.d the skill ul medical nct auc*. I*t. White Swelling* of every description. Sd. Sore Itg* and ulcers of long standing' 3d. Schirru* or (ilanJular tumors, particu larly those hardened tumor* in wouea'i &r**»ia. which wfteutiines in initiate in ulcer ated cancers. dth Felons, or what mme people know bj j the name of Catarrh*, of t er ry description, j •th. Bhcumatic pain* of the joints. •th. Sprain* and bruise* of ovary deacrip- j lien, nr in whatever pail situate. | 1th. Tetinsof alt kind*. In this complaint J lha patient, in app'ying tha Ointment, must f keep the pari out of water. •th Chilblain* or parte affected by frost. - The fidlowing communication, addressed lo the pioprictur of Judkina' Ointment. from the lion J.ihe Tulioftrto. member of Con tra**. •• highly interesting. The gratuitous manner in which it i* made, eahiuita feel ing* of no ordinary character lewerde suffer ing humanity ; and is e*.rtainly well deserv ing of public attention. Washington,jan. ltd, ll?9. Air—It lias been my wish f<»r a considera ble time, to communicate lu you tha good ef. fret with which I have used ihe Ointment invented by u Mr. Judkin*, and which I urn* understand is made and anld by agent* ap pointed hy yourself. I have applied this oint ment. dunn«( the last three year*, to every specie* of tumour and wound, without fail ure to produce a cure in every instance. I consider it the most decided and ellicirnt re medy in aM esaes of tumour, be the cause what it may, and I have found nothing so Kod for wounds of any description It may proper to add that the cuio of a tumour called S' bite Swelling, given over by the most distinguished physicians at incurable, and which they decided would, without am POtStUHl. DfOtr fMlftl to tlifl lititiFftl m fta tan. der mj immediate notice effected by the ti«e of Judkins* Oititment, and the patient it in fine health ; Lis limb affected by the lutnuur boing restored to a perfect atate of sound net*. Also, that tha leg of an aged man, which had been wounded, and exhibited one dreadfully ulci rated surface from the kuoe to ihe foot, and which, for more than two jeara, hud been considered incurable, was • HVdually cured by the application o! Jud. knit’ Ointment. I uienlioo these two cases, which fell under my immediate notice and management, as a decided evidence of tha efficacy of this remedy ia cases of tumour and ot ulcers I hare experienced aa decid edly. tha good effect of this remedy in the cure of Felons, and of every species of fresh w« imd. It seems to me that any one who will observe the operation ol thia Ointment, mu*>l bo sati-fiod aa to its beneficial efieol I can with the utmost confidence recommend the use of this valuable remedy. 4 am, air, very respectfully, JOHN TALIAFERRO. To Mr. CHSRt.ra IIcrstons, Prnprie- } tor of Judkins’ Ointment, near Fro-> dericktow n. Mart (and. \ May 4. Mofmtsim Gati, Frederick co. Vo. ) fOih February,I9S#. | To Citsm.cs IIcrstons—(deem it a Julv which I owe to my follow beings, to inform them of the good qualities which your most [ valuable ointment (Junkies’) possesses. In the early part of last fall, | hurt ray leg in removing some plunk, which in a law days ! •“b*n»cd and became so painful that I e« uld I *iol %%»!*• I r**ort*d io*t?ei j riinrdv Iha1 I could hear of. hut all was without the least i »• i«»t thcro were even symptoms of mortification, and I began to despair of ever getting writ, w hrn | was advised to procure | your ointment and to try that. I did eo. and .from (tie first application my Irg began to .get batter, and in a short tune was perfectly ■ cured. I hwe since tried it in several other iesves, and it has always had the desired ef feet in every inslanoo, and I hwe no hesita tion in recommending it io the whola of I mankind as on# of the best ointments that th« world can afford, and I would not be without if in my fsiuily for the world. Your obedient servant, JOHN N T. G. F.. KERNF.. I hereby certify, that I was for many months afflicted most grievously with Ihe letter upon both of mi heels, eausinr n in*» large enough to admit a pcron'i linger. | I tried various remedies in vaitt. when I *a>; induced to try Judkma’ ointment, and wa* rured bi lit# use of a tingle be*. I am ana •oua that others, similarly afflicted, may a. •ail themselves of ao valuable ■ remedy. . ROBERT FULTON. Chsjlealown, Dee. 15, ISS5. VAZeUABZJD LAND /V/t SALE. Tilts lreel it supposed to contain upward* of 500 acre*, 'ailed Bear Harden Kidge. end ie aituated lee mile* south of bmittiAelrf and nine from Cfearleeiown, Jrffirtvn coue If, Ve. Tbie lend h print tpelly limo elooe tbe ridge elate, of etcoltent quality. There te ■ quantity of aew end shingle timber black oak, while eek, kickoff, wgtnut, end a quantity of good locust. There ere three bouewe, throe beret, end three watte, end e spring of good water. The land line well to ditide for two farm*; end there te a geeW eituetien fur a black.anihe shop. There .. e public reed running through .be lewd, tree* mg the Opoquon Creek at Joe. Bell a euii. i milre from Ibu farm, which makoe it coete » eicnt to a good merrbeet milt, plaster mill end new mill; end the turtu ,te being at tended to Sn»iih6etd, makee it eonveeiret to 1 iba* |i in it hsnd.eme end healthy t aitwtlion it any in the falley; end l« the land Joaopb Bell, tr. willed to bn void el the death ef hi* wife. The title is good, at he lived on the lewd nearly forty year* befere hie death. I shall offer the lend for tale, on Friday the firtt day of April nett, on the premise a, reserving one b*d for the estate Terms — one third of the purrbaae money in hand, and the baleeeo in 9 equal annual pa* • mente without mterttt, and e deed of trust on the land to secure Ike peymnwta. get* to lake ploeu early in the day,say to e clerk, and attendance given he JOSEPH BELL, fcrrc«tee. Jaw. I, test —te. N. B. — Terse n* who may come an examine Ihe tend pre**o>ie to tbe sale, ran eatl nr T homes nod a hr ahem Boll, on tbn lond, nt -m myself, at Belt's m.< I, Onem.au Creeh.lwu toitea from the land. J g. < VlliCilNIA, TO WITS iu ttso mi|h Hor rourt of c l«nn r*, ho) dew aft Wilt- ! (WtfMUr xVth day of Sosssisbt-r, ItM SiTh^fn Cromwell, Plaintiff, .thduvsr Matilda Downey, Samuel Owing*, ex ecutor of 'J henna* Owing*, dat'd, and H ii/iatn Downey and Jam** Hue, /«f# Sheriff of Jffer*on county, and • aj ftrcA, adtniniatrotor of Edmund Downey, doc'd, Dkfmduts. IIS can* cam* on to ha beard this nib day »»f November, 1830, on (be bill, Iba answer of Matilda Downey, and tbe replica* lien thereto, and an luicitm evidence ap pearing in the papers that the process was served on James Hrie, the administrator of Fdtnuud Dow nay, (the other home defend- ! ant, a »ulbc»<ul aad legal has before tbe case was set fur bearing as tn Inn,) and that publication baa been duly made against Komuei Owings, executor of Thomas On ing«. ilac'd, and against William Downey; and al%o on Iba exhibits filed in the cans#, and was argued by counsel: And iba court recogeicing iba justice of tbe plaintiCs claim, and tbe validity of bis peetaastoes, doth aujud *.*, order, and decree, that team missions r of tlua'court do tak« an account of tbe rente and profits or annual value ol the mill, lands be in lha lull mentioned, due ieg the three years fr< u August *9tb, 1888, till August ifftih. 1885, aad that he call the defendant, Matilda flow asy, before brut t and receive all proofs she may bo able to pro duce of a payment out of the rents and pro hlv of the mill, fcc., of the just debt* due from F.dmund Downey before August 8d, 1888, made by the said Kd murid Downey in his life lime, or by brr-elf, or be their or ei ther of their agent*, from and after tbe 89th Augii-t, t8.*8, the day ou which Tbotna*Ow ing*' wri|| mss admitted to prohat; and that ha also notify th« creditors of said F.dmund Downey, m whom just debts were due be-I fore Iba »d day of August. 1858, and whoso dob's are still unpaid, in whole or in part, lo appear by a certain day to be fixed by said commissioner— the said notice to ha* pub lished in some newspaper at Charlestown, in Jefferson roubly; and that be report tbe amount of the said trust fund, consisting of | throe scars’ rend sod profits sa aforesaid— ' the amount, if any, that baa been paiJ in re lief of the property charged ssllh said in filimhlAftr #» tbknrvs ms*.I > aw *. L. . ^ I . L amount of said trust fund, if any thing, still ! unapplied to the purpart* of the trust era*-1 ted l»y said Goings1 will, iu order lo a linal i decree. A copy-T>-ste, D.LY'L LEE, C. C. Commissioner's Office, Charleston n,\ j January 8, 183.1. \ i T'f IF parties Interested in the above-men- I tinned suit, will pleas* take notire, that I. shall attend at ms bGice aforesaid, eu f'ridgy* Iht I8fk i/«y of Ftbnuirj nixt at 9 o'clock, A I M lo enter upon the dulie* required of me by the shove recited order of court, and! shsll adjourn Irom dav to day until niv re port shell be completed; when end where they ere requested In attend with th- neces •ery iteteiueots, evidence, end vouchers r. * n’ORT/U.\ C.TO.Y, flan If.] Master Com. ' IHCilNI A, to wit: In the superior court of chancery, hol.lm at Wio clM-stcr the ITUi day of Lhcembcr, 1830. Townsend Beckham and others, credit ors of Thomas A. Barnett, deed, Plaintiff*. AGAINST The administratrix and heirs of Tho-1 mas A. Bennett, dec'd, and others, | I Dni knoant*. , T is represented lo tha court, thia IHti< day ol DfCrmurr. IhSO that in one of the cases constituting the consolidated ca«c,' Whose style is above s.-t forth, to wilt in ibr’! case of joll.,h-n Buckles against Margaret l« Bennett, adm iris, kc and others, there j ■ re un-ealed account*, wbuh it is alike the1 wi.h and luterrst of all parties rontrinuJ lo j bring to a rloae by a lair settlemanl_The I court doth therup* n, by convent of all par-! tics concernod adjudge, order, and decree, that a comniiKsioi.er of this court do s«ti|< sod state each and every ol lha accounts he-* tween the different parties, a reference, whereof is prated in llic b.llof ih* plaintill. and in short, ttiat all the account* bctwe. n , the afferent parties, wh.rb ere emhre.ed in the b.ll, answers Uc ■, and make his rrnnt|! to this court, elating all such matters ape. cially as lis sluil dveui pertinsnt or which any pany may require him lo elate special •j- A ropy—Teste, Ihl.Y L LEE, C. C. Commissioner's Office, Charlestons, ? January 8, 1831. ( TIIF parlies interested m the above-men-! linned suit, will pies*# t>k<* ..... i -hull attend at my office aforesaid, m Mow •laytht tilt of Frkmmt t) nrrt. at 9 o'c lock. A M. to enter upon lice duties 1 squired of me • bj the above recited order o( court, and! shall adfuurn from day to day until m« re i port ihall be completed; when and where they are requested to attend, wub the ne cassary statements, evidanee. end vnurhert k WOKTW.YOTOY, 1 II ] Matter Com I nttPOETAHTvonos PKonjt OF JF.FFEKSay r|'llOSK inlerrtled. are hereby notified, * Ibal a general meeting of the .Stork beldera of tb» hmilhfleld. Charlestown. Harpera Ferry turnpike Company.; mil be held in Charlestons, at the hotel a««e occupied by John fluckmatter, on; t ttdmj the 4th day of F ebruary ensuing, kl i o'clock. P M 9 - h.!MW • of the tor k baiters, the Hoord of Director* deem urge, earnestly, the often ir***$t m+mbor of the company. CtrcdhfiMowoes have rendered it espe % «*k from tho Legiklaturo a alight fIteration 1* tbe net of charier Tbi*%f ‘ course. it m dosMsbla should bo elloclcd fanog I bo present acaeton It is toil bar MmfMff. to make renewed efforts toward*' wereoMOg tbo ameowt of Slock ; to have »«cb eiplanatiena, and to adopt »ueh twee ,uw*. •• *»H enrrect tho various nusun hntaMlofs that have gone abroad, in regnrd to tbe proceeding* of the Hoard ot , Ihrwclora; and to reet.ncde, if possible, , tho eon flirting interest* or ike different portion interested in tbo sucres* shako ua ter taking. My order of tbe Hoard, JAM KM M UHOW.N, /Vest Jan 6, 1851. PM. Tbe contemplated meeting is filed kl an late a day. m consequence of a pro of tbo liw rrqmrisig use month's kotice of sirjb meeting. SLAMS DEEDS, i| F^wle it rti*» offirt. t VIRGINIA* to wrr: In dvr mtp rior court of rfmnevy balden a Wio iluibr Um. <Ttk d»jr *f Xsw wbr, Hutu. 7 he Hank of thk FmUey in Virginia, pLAiuTtrr, AVALVST Henry Shepherd, ext**Hoe of Abraham Shephard, dee'd, and lit zin U. Shep herd, Jams* Shepherd, Abraham Shepherd, Henry Shepherd, Moses Shepherd, 'J'homa* Hammond and Anne, his letfe, and Edmund / 1st and Elizabeth, his wife, heir* of said Abruheun Shepherd, dee'd, JlKrKNDA.Vra. J rams cans* came •• to b* beard this < 1th ! %JL day of November, IMO, oa tba bill, an iner»i and tikikilt, and was argued by I counsel; eod the court having duly consider-' cd th* same, and recognizing the justice at > Hi# plaintiff's claim, and Ilia right of Ibe ( said plaintiff la marshal tba aaacta of th* laid Abraham Shepherd's estate—doth ad |ud|«, order, and decree, that tbo executor of the ‘aid Abraham Shepherd do settle hi* executorial aecouat before a couimissiotu r af the* court, who it directed to report spe cially tba ebarartar and dignity of the debts paid by the said executor, sod th* amount of debt* paid by him, which bound the heir* of the said Abraham Shephard. He is also di- j ■ acted to report tba value and annual value J ol tba real ••tala of which the said Abra-: h*m Shepherd died seized and possessed — And ba is further directed, to gi*e aotic* to •It creditor* of tbo said Abraham Shepherd, w ho may Ihiuk proper to joi* in marshalling ho b*scta of said estate, and to pay ilictr du* pre portion af th* coats of prosecuiiug this suit, to appear before him by soma day I to be fixed by lum, and named in tba and ' noiira. and pruts th/ir claim*; said notice 1 to b« by public advertiseinanl, in snm* news- I paper printed at Charleston n, in Jeflcraon ' county; and lie Is to report his proceeding* i to tbo court, in order to a final decree. A copy— Test*. DA.V L I.KE, C. C. j Commissioner's Office, Charlestown, ) Jakuahy 8, 1831. j Ths parties interested in the above-men tioned suit, as well as those bating claims against ili« estate of Abraham Shephard, dee'd, (who aiv requested to exhibit them befoi c roc,I will p’ra-c taka notice, that I aueno ai my omra aforesaid, on Irrd nrnluy the I Cl/* tluy of February wuert, for the purpose of commencing the duties required in the above recited order of court, and 'hall adjourn from «la> to das until mv re port •hall be completed; when and where they are requested to attend, at 9 o'clock, A M. w ith the necessary papers and proofs, lo enable me to perforin the duties required by said order of court. R. n OM THIMC TOJY. (Jan. 12 ] .Vufrr Coot. 50,000 FEET OF PLANE. r|MIK subscriber nflVrs for sale, at reduced I price#, a large and well selected assort ment ot /*/»fAA’, consisting in part of 2 inch plank. »14 do. 1 inch do. 3-4 do. Fencing do. Shingling do. 8000 bushels Stone Coal, of a srery su perior quality. Any person who mav «ish to purr base the above articles *»U do well to call at the store of the subscriber. CHARI.KS HARPER. Shephcrds'.own,.Jan. 5, 1831. AVOTESA AAA1VAL, CONSISTING of splendid braver Hats, of the most beanlilol pstlerna; also, cheap er ones for Christmas. Water proof Bmtt$ an. bock*; superior Be gan., double scaled: Ladies thick aoalej l^img Lacea-alipi.er*; ■v.trr proot so. ka. &c - a very superior »v '••rimetil of misses and children’s leather ‘hoe. and bootr elegantly ..lapted for ihe Christmas Holsdajs. and all sorts of foul weather. Call at No. US. Turn p.ke slreet where osery eg.rtion will be made to please bis old cu,turner* and as many oaw one. a. w.li t-ke the trouble to “1L. ». ,.=»■ N- WKUASTLU CLOTHS! CLO THS! 'lyflVi* •• • PUM .f our Pall V#s# and Wmtrr bupply of Goods an " CLOTHS. (!„ Lwi.iTT5 uur'T?! lusr supply.) embracing blue, black, green olive, fancy brown-, ate.I and miser migt’l fswn diab, and drab; ail bought with care ! and at tha moat reduwrd prices, which ena- ; ih!mU,fMer‘C*'#r:' •ndesammei and handsome e!..h .1 ,1 M c7B«., „d 1 •lout drab* at fi gs, i Also, 15 p*irr* /./ CMnineth, among whitl ' • i» fancjr faehionebu brown*, of vartou* fr'“* -,7* #r* r' ' ""I »*•,. artirl# off at from Si} ctulinpAiinfi, W« have a handsome toppl? 0f London >r.d American Laaaimrree, embracing bliST tda.k m»»l. drab, and feshtonable Lrowm%. We eon with confidence invite ell who are determined to hate bar-ams, to call at the well known corner, where thee .hall be •ervcd with new and cheap g0>.d« LANK ‘ CO. SALT. TOS*--*— a iouoj : imo<7"‘W * Crai*h‘a BOO Twilled Bags!” ▼ ▼ #f 1 willed and Duck liege, /t1 hr't rrr* T c lane kio. ! Sheph* rdslowa, Dee |. TWlM.twa N... utmS?** k i _ _ _ TWlhiim BJk<HL 200 *”** "** Ta iled 0 . vreceives) v«h1 hraklis _°rt U_ ^ w hahmond/ twilled iaqi ‘ i Oil aAl.fc | Oe; |, . WF4. • roi.LINs | CO.’S AXFS ’■ AIMH mspeviuv awd w*» MedUwS' *mde 1 i»v tdlmi 4 tv , Hartford, fran "of iu -~bh ~<u.j ££) t z swjvri^i^* ll?®” Bznusi ROSE BLSXKETS WK ha«t a large aufipl v of Uo«< Blanket*, lower tliau •• liav« i»*r had the pleasure ol offering lha article. Titos# blanket* »cr« bought ia iUe h«i motilh ol'A 'jml Ual, at auction, tbeishy eu nbling n« to veil them *1 each price* a* raw./ y* *'< mU trie r*e l*ri-. Alan, • large auppl* of Stripe, Until*,, and Poiat Blanket*. whicii ►hell ba aolii ripisll* cheap. P«raon* want ing iha above ert.claa. wi'l Amt h greatly In Ikeir inter**!. la call and »ra tin, larg* aup ply before thej pui«.ha*e eUrwbere. T. C. LANE k CO. Sbepbcrdatonn, Dec. t. Rare and Desirable Articles. wb iavb nr arromx, MUSCAT HJNE by Ilia came or tingle bottle. Cordial* by the doe. or tingle bottle. Preserved finger by the jar ar tingle lb. Orange* and Leeon* lUisuis and Walnuts, Cracker# and Cberae, So«U, (liacuite ami Almonds, Florida and Cologne Water. Our friend* and customers who may want any of the above articles, are very politely re quested to call and supply themselves CLEVELAND k CRAIGUILL Nov. 24. MW ABB CHSAY GOODS. WR are Sow receiving a very Inrgw and desirable slock uf ohbap Mesa, which will he told unusually cheap. The lid lowing comprise o part of our stock: On* hale auperAoa blue, • On* ditto superfine Mack, £; One ditto aiiperAno brown sod olive, } H One ditto hue brown and olira. On* ditto euper&ne drab and miied . J D Fifty pieces Ana end sonerfine SaUmettr, Fort> pieces assorted Flannels, One bJte io*« Blankets, One ditto point ditto. One ditto superfine 4-4 bleached Shirting. One ditto Ana do. do. Two bale* 4 4 brown Sheeting*, Ooe bale 1-8 do. do. Three r*s«a of faabioneble Hats, One rest of assorted Ceps, I_I -_I _r _ . . . .......... r,w^a w » miti| Oii« hnU of «|)lfndi<! Carpetinp# One thousand pair of 8lioea (assorted,) % large stock of striped and fullad Limeys; TOClTHBt WITH a Lllr.t STOCK OF SILK GOODS. One case ol Dunstable Boanets, One ilo. Navarmo do. A* well as almost every article of fcwbion, Ln cy, br cum fort—all of which we are anxicu* to sell on our usual liberal terms, and invito "ur friends and the public generally local! and examine our stork t LEVEL.tKD A CR.11GHILL. Nov 24, I8T.0. moke shoes. TIIK subscriber again inturma his It tends, &c. that lie has just re turned from Dial Let, with a very exten sile assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, fyc. and would simply state, aa a matter of course, that he wants to sell them; and as ao inducement, he will undertake to aH! cheaper than any other house in town._ lie hopes his friends will do him the favor of calling and examining his slock, which they Will Cod very extensive and veTy cheap Ladies’ Shoes, new and fashion able—Gentlemen s Shoes and Boots of all de«cnption—Muses and children s bools and shoes, and also a splendid assortment i °* gentlemen's fashionable Hats, 1st quali ly. W nrwl 3d do.—Boy’s fashionable hats ; *0,J MP»i »»‘1» many other articles uuue | ceasary to menliun. r. , . N. BU CRM ASTER. Charlestown. Nov. 17, 1030. CALL AV2) 01'R splendid assortment of scarlet, black au«. white Merino lung Shawia, “'ff .cb,UL “nd •*•'*•1 loog Hbawlt and Handkerchiefs, B,"k- •*•'!*«. »hita, and hlu# Caakatere long Kbaw la, •*?•’ i,**k' ^bite searlal, crimson, and li Ise Thibet Shawia, Camel* hair Shawl*. Together with a large snmilv cf lm.i» ••■•■uacrt-mera and 9hiw||. AUo, blark,drab and roe* bordered Cloth • nd Lay.mrra 8ha*la~toaH of *Uicb »o r«*poctfunj io*iio ike aUeiUum of iba la 'Vv a T C* * <-0. Hhepherdatown, Dor. f|. Mll.l. AND ;*• CUT HAM 8, FjRstLCBV H. rr.vts. ( harlaatown, Joe. I*. o&jsxx Tom. vDoaoci Wr" jrh.,to »*'rrhM* on bub r-o., SKLsatssr‘"-Ar* •»**• Any Irttrra nldrtnfd to tie at thia nlare «.H orcet proa.irt btlenlx.n. ^ £ C. KK VNKI.IN, , * P LKOO. Cliatloelowa, FW t, 1890. BB,r. “»W aauaio. * u,“ *f f 1 * 'VK i J,< «• R P*J *1 •♦•annaMe finest. P D<< »• HUMWIIIKY kEYTH, roat.aaaa, wteeiv. »y JOHN h. caLLtmat. uoxorrionR. n» r... r.,« „ •**«(, „ two XMixaaa a nrrv on peat ** *•*»*•• Hi Mi. >t «•»«*<*». art I • I*. coo,lfW.rf ^:.r# r?. fc,f *! f r*W wnat be poet pwd.