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' Till H.'ll\Y. MAKUI •. IWX Tit Mirth aeuaion of ll*v Suimior Court n s law and Uiinctrt for tint county, commence. m Momlay last—-Judge Viitt presiding. Aaiuta Ltvtv wav rnoiicicd of «tralin| aalclM-*, he. and sentenced to thr penitentiary for ooe year. The Jaekaon Legislative Convention of' thi State, met at Kichnaand ou tlte Mh ull in pur. •dance of a notice heretofore given. Twentj four Senator*, ninety-five Delegate*, ami thirtrer •penial Delegate*, were ia attendance. Some ol the member* were iu favor of Mr. P. F. II*a. Boca for Vice President. A motion waa mad* to adjourn one tie, giving to tbe Chairman aoi Secratary power to aall another meeting at wcti tin* a* circumstance* may require, and it wai carried ayna 75, noe* 34. IMPORTANT DECISION. In the Supreme Court of the United State* Stern A. WparivTia, u^a-aH Tui Srm or Gboboia. ! On Saturday last, (aay.the National IntcUigem rer of the 5th inc. ) Mr. Chief Juatiee Miumu delivered the opinion of the Court in thi* cow, irvemng the judgment of the Superior Conn of Gwinctt Bounty, in Georgia. The effect of Um deniaion is, that the recent act* of Georgia taking poaaeavion of tbe Cherokee country, and provid ing for the punishment of person* therein reaid. mg, without Um license of the Governor, and without taking an n*th of allegiance to the State, arc declared null and void, a* contrary lo the .-on. ititulion, treat.c*. and lvw* of the Unite.1 State*. e The opinion nl »i*.« Chief Justice w*» very elaborate end clear, lie tor k a review ol the origin of the European lille to Isuds in America, upon the ground of discovery. He established that this right was merely con ventional among the European Government! themselves, and for Iheir own guidance, and tbe regulation of iheir own claims in regard to each other, and .n no respect changed or affected to change the rights of the Indiana as occupant* of the soil: That the only ef fect of tbe European title was, as between European nations, to recognise an exclusive right of trade and intercourse with (he In dians, and of ultimate domain in the territo ries occupied by tbe Indians iu favor of the nation or government whose subjects were the first discoverers: That all the European governments, Spain, Trance, and especially Great Britain, had uniformly recognised the Indian tribes and nations as distinct commu nities, capable of, and entitled to, self go vernment, as States, and in no respect, ex cept as to their right of-intercourse with other European nations, and the right of pre emption in the discoverer* to purchase their •oil, as under the control or power of the Europeans. They were treated as nation* capable of holding and ceding their territo ries, capable of making treaties end com pacts, and entitled to all tbe powers of peace sod war, aod not as conquered or enslaved communities. He demonstrated this from various historical facts; and showed that when upon the Hcvoluiion the United Colo nies succeeded to the righta and claims of the mother country, the American Congress uniformly adopted and adhered to the same doctrine, both bo fore snd after the confedera tion t that since the adoption of the Consti tution the same doctrine had as uniformly prevailed in all the departments of tbe Go vernment; end that the treaties with the In dians were held to be treaties, snd obligatory io tbe same sense at treaties between Euro pean sovereigns He showed also that this been the established course of thing* re cognised by Georgia herself, from the adop tion of tbe Constitution down to the yeai 1829, ea evidenced by her solemn acta, com pacts, and lavs He then showed that by the Constitution the exclusive power belong ed to the United States to regulate inter course with the Indiana, end to receive ees aioas of their loodsi end to make trweties with them That their independence of the btste Governments bad been constantly up held; that tbe right of possession to theii land was solemnly guaranteed by the United States and by treaties with them, until that title should, with their own consent, be ex tinguished, and that the laws passed by Con gress hod regulated the trade end intercourse with Ibem accordingly. He bow reviewed (be lews of Georgia is question, end pronounced there repug nant to I bo Constitution, treaties, aod laws, of tbo United States And bo eon eiudea by maintaining that the party d* ffandaat in the present indictment wai rn titlmi ta the pro two on at the C. natitu. *'•«. trratiea, and lava, of the U Mute* aad that Georgia bad no authority to at tend her laws aver the Cheroke* country or to punish ‘be drfendsot for disnSedi •nee to those laws in theChf rokee country Mr Justice Mef>*an delivered a saps rsta opinion, concurring io ail hing, ir thr opinion of the Court Mr Justin Baldwin d*s*ente<i Thomas Kennedy, editor of the Jack son paper, called the Mail, has beer el#cted to *he House *.f Delegate* fron Wiihin|toQ county, Md in place n Mr. Fit/.h ugh, resigned Mr. Gr.o. W. Shauc, tha fonndei aad proprietor of tha “Republics! Citifen,*' printed at Frederick, hai recently transferred hit interest it •WdMUhmnnt to Dr. Samckl H McKuhas, by whom that paper wil io future be conducted. 1 Frmm the AUjimttrta (jtrite */ F«b. 99. ftmrgetoten.—The Corporation elec tian took place in Georgetown on M«n ji*y. The eute on the subject whtcl **,f Jj *gttated o*r town was a* follows For HdmKwas ... 44 RrnwiMM a* w* *r* • - Ml hileut . . . . U " 9 r«tei»od yeatei day, through th« pwhteness nf Meters. Galea ItBmten, • r*py at Mr. Clay*s Speech upon *h* ••kjectof the Tariff. It occupies he tween forty and fifty pages of a closely printed octavo pamphlet, and it it re" p'fta with many powerful arguments \ 1,1 of the System of Protection, I <\’r,v*,r‘* *•» ,*ng«*K« characteristic ol * »e Hniiu: able Senator. F~>- Tin-. F.\ 90 We learn that Mr. Cut visited the seat of Government * f Mar) land, at ; Annapolis, on Friday last, by iavita jtionof Gov. IIowaho, accompanied r* by Gen. CiiAMorus, of tbe U. S. ben 1. ate, and Mr. Jr.Ktrea, of tbe House of Hepreaantativea. He dined with • the (Governor on Friday with a large party, and on Saturday was present in both branches of tbe Legislature, where he we* received with great ’.cordiality by the Menabara. This ; morning, Monday, he wes at bis post j in the Seaate.—[Balt. Pat. March 5. j Mr. Wirt.—-We learn, with great I regret, that lir. Wirt** appearance i daring his recent argument before the Supreme Court, in the case of tha Che rokee Nation, indicated *he ravages that disease hea made apoo his frame. Hit intellectual powers are still as vi gorous aa aver, bat sickness has laid its blight upon bis person. We have heard that it hie intentioo to settle in Louisians, where, we trust, the climate may reinvigorate his health, and add many days to a life which has already been so honorable and so useful. [Ain. tiaicttr. Atfeo/.—We have reason to believe 1 that the Frigate Constellation, Captain Reed, now fittiog for sea at Norfolk, will sail about the 1st of April: that aha will take out Mr. Hum ana*, our new Minister to Russia, and also a new Minister to Hnglaud, tf one should oe appointed and confirmed in sulfi* cient season: that aft^r discharging •her diplomatic car^o, she »\ ;il proceed to the Mediterranean, and lake her station as a part id our Squadron in j that sea- She is expected to be absent , three years.—[Vour. of Com. CINCINNATI, rsji 23. 7he Flood.— 1 he lower plain of our rittf k.i.. ...i_i r_ upwards of a week, begins now to ; present its muddy and d iscolored sur face above water. The freshet com menced subsiding on the evening of ' Saturday, and the waters Have tires ; dy fallen above five feet. Should the present weathr.r continue, we may i expect to see the river within its banks in two or three days. The in jjary to property in this city and its vicinity it considerable; the amount we hear varioesly estimated. Seve ral of oar merchants have last large quantities of salt and sugar, which ! might have been saved could they have anticipated a flood of so uapre I cedented a character as the present j one. The citizens have wcllsustain ed their deserved character for be nevolence, by the promptness sod a j lar.rity with which they hastened to the relief of the sufferers. Scarlet Fever.—The Delaware Ga zette of the 28th sa)s:—“The Scar let Fever is raging to a great extent in tbit section of our State. Nu merous deaths occur oltnott daily, the principal part of which are chil dren. In some cases two or three have been lying dead in the same house at one time.” I*ftrve O/. — An at. ral I >><t fl»* I.*n. Eard, and weighing 3360 pounds, is to e seen at Ileppsrd’s tawsrn, Front street, Philadelphia He was raised in Bridgetown. N. J. and is consider ed one of the most beautiful neat cat tle ewer exhibited in that city. JAMAICA. We hawe awful details of the late proceedings of the slaves la this is land. One hundred and fifty eetatee had been laid waste by fire—some #1 them the most extensive in the island —and the whole damage, from this cause, ia pot down at fifteen million* oj dollar*. More than two thousand staves had been killed or executed —hung up by scores, snd without much ceremony, or shot down, ot , sight j end s great ntsmber had been fi gged a la miti/aire. The number of white prriuni killed, is not stated. At on* time, it is said that thirty thou 11 sand negroes were embodied, sotne o| ■ them armed. The governor Issued a proclamation denouocing the pun ,iih*nrnt of death on all who did tot ' sunesder before the 10th of Februa ; tTt snd orders were issued against the publication of the eonftttion* ol ! any of the " rebels, relative to the 'conspiracy.'* The *» Maroons," ap ! pear to have rendered most impor tant service to tho white population \j io this great emergancy. We the't (' all this class of persons hsd been es pelled—by one of the grossest siols I tioos of the faith of troatics which had marked modern times; snd yst tho remnant combats oo tho aide of thoto who so much w ronged their fathers snd themselves ! A Kingston paper of Jsn. 17, our latest date, says.—"It ieevideat that he neck of the rebellion is broken, but whether the messorcs which haws been pursued will ioduce the rebels who took shelter ia the woods to re tom to duty or not, time eoly cea tell. A latter from tho head quarters ol Maj. Gan. Hilton, dated Jao. 14, ssys —"Wo oro hero in tho midst ol bornt eetoteo, but you meat not sup pose that tho whole country looks block and bornt. With tko excep non of tho works, tho whole country is green; few of the cenes hew* been burnt, and those which hawe, still show green tops." Tv Me h'.htyr mf the J Sia.—Yen wilt git* urnsee that i.tminB. \Y ania, n*i. will W sopited at the elation « • tfpntrutiiittf for tin* county, in the ix\t Gewrml Au mUy of \ irgini*. SK\ RJCTY-SIX YOTim March «, ISJ2. . JACKSON MEETING. 1 he aitixrsi* of tki*«MM*y, friendly to the ad | n mii> Aral ion, ureeemtstly, l«,t respectfully *oli cited to assemble at tlu* Court liouta, on the third | Monday in thia mouth, it being Court day, then I »nd then toi lect a ,*• I t» the Hslttn-w* , | Convention, t . assemble in that '*• in May nnt. I for the purpose nf nominating a •. to Ik* ; ruu for Vie* P restd.nl. Marti. t,iui A MEETING Of the member* of the Charlestown Temper •nee Society i* requested at tha Presbyterian Church, on Friday the Vth in A. (To-morrow,) "* ** o'clock, for the purpose of choosing their i I officer*. March I, HJ-i. j MEETING OF YOUNG MEN. T he I sway .Mm of the . \ citterns/ ftefnMtran party, iu ntoA of our cities, and many part* uf the j country, have determined to meet in Contention ; at tlic city of W uiimgtoo, in May ikiL It is! I for the purpose of nominating cvmfvirnt, and Nafr candidates for the /Vrssdmry and Viee Pre- | mdeary of thvac United Slates. A meeting or; *he ) mntirr .Mm a(this pstnetir, enlightened and ' independent party, iu the county of Jefftrsoo, will be held on the earning of March court day (Jd Monday) at the (?ourt House, to take into ran si deration the propriety of sending one or *°re *lelegates. Marth i, im j *.* I he Wet 9. Tt-vron will preach at FJV | Branch on Sunday morning nest at II o'clock; and at Uarpcra-Ferry at 3$ in the afternoon of the day. March *. _ THE MAHKBTS. ... ..... _ albxakd»ia, mai n 3. * , ^ The wagon price of Flour continues steads at Sk Ml \f...I__« . . made from Wore. »t $4 74. At thee- pore , number of the farmer* and miller* have com menced storing, with a liojie of improvement. _ UALTtwoaa, ataca J. r l aJL N.— I he w*pon price ha* been verr iwnrlv umtonu at >4 87J. i Hr bulk of the re ceipt* has beer taken at this price, although in a lew instance* loads have hern settled for at a traction leaa. A part of the receipt* still con tinue to go into More, un account of the owners and miller* in the country. MARHZBD, On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. William Monroe, Mr. IUxjamix Tomuxion, formerly of tumbiTUnd, Mil., to Mitt Euiaikti Emma litlBOIk nf thia lawn DSHD, Oa Sunday the 4th inatant, at the Phtenix Mills, **a»BT Cut, infant son of Beniamin bcekinan, A|frd two months. “ Sugar little children to coroe unto me, and forbid them not, lun our Saviour) for of such I* the kingdom of I lea von. ”—[ CommuiurutrU A Teacher Wanted. 4 GENTLEMAN, qualified to taach k* the different branches of a claaatcal aud common education, is wanted to take charge of a school in a rich and healthy neighborhood Recommendations as to capability,character. Ac. will be required. Application lo be made to the eubscriber, near the Old Furnace. Jefferson county* SAMUEL STRIDER. March 8. 18,1-i_ j jrVST RSCCXVBD, j PRIMF. CHF.F.SP,,—No. 1 Caocotara, I Prime Java COFFEE, Box Raisins and Almonds, Madeira Wine, •/</ Ptaek Brand), Superior winter strained Sperm Oil, 6, 8, 10. end 12dy Cut Nall, Sugar house Mnlaaeea, West India do. Loaf, lump, and hrnwn Sugars GKO W. HAMMOND. March 8, 18J2. i<Yin UUKT'I' *-- * • I WILL offer for rent, on the premises, in the town of Bolivar, on the 1st day ' 1 of April nest, to the highest bidder, my Tavern Stand, now occupied by John E. Parmer Also, at the same time, tlse! I frame House occupied by Joseph Geatty ; Terms—the rent to be paid quarterly, : and security given. SUSAN DOWNEY. March 9.1M2 | — . NOTICE. subscribers, having sustained ■ J| great injuiy to their crops, Ace. i i by persons riding through their farms ar.«1 ] ; throwing down their fences, are deter- > 'mined to submit to such practices nu J longer. They therrlore give this public i n slier,that the law will be eolorcadagainst i ; every one found trespassing in future, without respect to persons. R. V JACK. MARY CHAtffU RI.AIN Mvrch A 18.12 SHERIFF’S SALE , ll Tlf.L be eeld, at Sheriff’s Hale, Y Y for cash, on the first day of I Mareh Court nest, at lha Court house, hi j ' Charlestown, all and singular the turplas ; contingent interest ef the life estate ef, . Mr JeeephDtlaplane, m sod to the real I end personal estate ef the late Samuel Hinkle, dec'd, consisting of about #0 Jkr of fertile I*end, end about 12 n ! ercs ef Mountain Land, situated in the eewnfy of Jaffarton, end sundry Negroes. I j surrendered to Car«er Willis, High She riff, ia renferoaity to the erf five the relief ' of insolvent debtert. (subject, however, te the do wer right of the widow of so d . dec'd, end eWe to e deed of treat, etccuted to John L Hinkle, to secure the sum of ,1800, for the nse ef Wiihsm llaymen ) Also, at the residence ef Mr Joseph Dele ' ptaee, on the 98th test. (March.' one Hide Hoard one Cooking Stove, and oee high poet fled*tead;tn eetisfy so elocution in the name ef Martin Bilmyre against said Deiaplaeo G W. SATPINGTON. lh,.t March 8. for C M ittU, 9>'f ‘ • | FOR RENT, TWO HOUSES »nl I.OTSjft lb. to... af 5iout.Hvk\ situated o.-i the street through which the tur spike tu Hhephrrdstuwn passes. On one of t'»o iota, be a •tea a comfortable Dwelling Hntise, is so rusllrut Coopers' Hhop, which hes been occupied for eoverel ) cars ss suck, sad is considered an excellent stand for that business. The above proper ty will be rented low to a good tenant; sad possession given on the first of April next. SAMUEL STONE. Southfield. March 8, 18*2.-31. NOTICE. 4 LL persons having claims against i m. tha estate of Sulomom Buckles. dee d, as* requested to present them for settlement; mod those indebted, trill pre pare to make payment. I1K.NRY STRIDKH. .»rfm'r. March 8, 1S32 —St. THK subscriber has lately received an additional supply of GOODS, comprising a very general assortment, adapted to the season, which the public • re invited to call and examine. JOHN R. HAYDEN. Bolivar. March 9, 1832. I will give the highest price in cash for clean R4Qfl« in goods, at fair prices. J It 11 NflW BOOKS. subscriber has just received .R the fullowing valuable Books:— Goldsmith's Works, 1 vol. Pope's •• 1 vol. CrebVs Eeglish Synonytnes, 1 vol. ButTenS Nat History, ft vols. (eew ed.) McIntosh* Eugla. d. 4 tel. Scott's Scotland. 2 vcl. Gond's Book of Nature, ? vol. Philip Augustin. 2 vol. Eugene Aram, 2 vol. Pelhatn Novels. 10 vol. Gait's Life of Byreo, Blair's Lectures, Lockhart's Napoleon. 2 vol. Family Library. 26 vol. Outlines of History. Life of Sir Isase Newton, Mrs. Hemsn's Poems, 3 vol. Byroe's Works, 8 vols, Irving's Columbus, 2 vols. Together with e general assortment of Books in the various departments of lite rature and science. junn u tiAiutn. Bolivar, March 8. 188*2. « BAYS' BAOINO, At berryvillc, ( Hattletown) Frederick County, Virginia, COMMENCING on Wednesday tho 9th of May next. Tho fira*t day, mile beat*, free lor any hone—en trance fifty dollar*. Second dav. a pane of #120 cash at the post, S mile Beat*, free at above. Third day, f80 cash at the post, 2 mile beat*, free a* above. Fourth day the entrance moaey will be run for, mile beau, tbe beat S eat of 5 winning. The course is excellent, end will be put in the best order. March 1.18S2 —tlM Sale of Valuable Property, _ aud HHWO or VBOBOB8. WILi, be offered, at public tale, to tbe highest bidder, vn Monday the '26tk m*tant, at the reautrnce of the subscriber, about lour mile* north of Winchester, 8 or 10 head of fint-nu lloracv, Mare* and Cotta, ftQ Kna/1 PellU Ak. — — ft— order, r A act of Blacksmiths Tools, almost new, Ploughs. Harrow, and Farming Utensil* of all kinds, ^ *® Wagons and a Cart, nearly new— with many otbor arttclra unnceaaary to enu ■terete. A credit of nine months will be given on all sums over ton dollars, the purchaser giy mg hood with app-nved security » for sums of and under ten dollars, the cash will be re quired. SCJ* At tbe same lime and place, will be offered for hire, until the Wtli of December «e*», 5 or six young and active NF.GROF.8, consisting of Men, Women, Roys and Girls« among them, a tolerable good blacksmith.— Rond and approved security will he required HENRY GUNNELL. March 8, 183:.—ts FOR RENT, THE. large and commodious A/snrJEeusr, on the East stdo of the Hhcoendoah ri*er, belonging to the heirs of John f.ackey, dec*d, at present t>ee iplrd by Mrs. Lackey. Its contiguity to me place where it ie probable a bfidg- will be erected across tha Shenandoah, as weU as to the spot w'.ere the dam connected with the C. k fl. Canal is to be built, »<>uld render it very convenient as a boardinghouse. A private family would lind it an agreeable escape from tbo hustle of a move central residence, and great com fuel in tbe use of e spring of cool water with m ten feet of the door It contains four wall finished room#, with a good kitchen and gar ret—the whole of whmh w.ll be rented, or it will be rented with the reservation of ono rontn, communicating with the street, te be occupied by Mrs (.arbey. KUWtHh t A RUING, .1 dm'r, •/ Jds /adev. tkf’d March 8, 1832— J«. PUBLIC SALK. WILL he eold, at public ante, oo Wednesday the *htb day ef March, (inal) at the reeidenee ef the tete Jeaepb Lreea, about three miles from Hbepherdslewn. on the Marlmshnrg road, sundry a r tie let of Household as J Kitehea Furniture, among them, one ten plate Hlove, it, AI«o. n full eel ef Millwught Tools, four half grewnSboata, end n va riety ef otber artieles net areessarj te BOwtton. The terms nf sale m ill he ra«b an ell sum* ef pi and under—above ihet e«sm. a credit of Bn months mil be given- The purchaser will he required te five bond end feed eeeerify, J At OR ORTfKtRrF. .9 dm'r. March R,18IJ - If. FOU SALE, ,r|^IlAT valuable Lot of I.and, for 1 merly owned by the late Samuel O. Offutt, situated on the graded road leading from Charlestown to Harpers-! • * frrj, and adjoining the town lot of Mr John Stephenson. ll contains about 14 ACRES, and is in a high state of cultivation. Kor ; terms apply to Mr Join J Palmer, at j j Charloatowo.or to the subscriber, at Stuck- j eravdle, l.oudoun county. THORNTON E OEEUTT. i March 8. 183-’.—U. To Mr. John IleLLP.it, SIR:—I'ako notice, that on Fii-j day tho 6th day of April next, between the hours of nine o'clock in the mormof. and six o'clock in tho evening, at tho office of Master Commissioner Ro bert Worthington, at Charlestown, in1 Jefferson county, in Virginia, I will pro j ceod to take the depositions of sundry witnesses to be read at evidence in a suit in Chancery now pending in the county i court of said county of Jefferson, in wbirn I am complainant and you are dereodaoL' NATHANIEL MYEItS. , March 8. 1839. BTRON. I^HIS distinguished beauty, and . tnust capital RACK HOKSK— liaviog performed one of the best timed race* on record—will be exhibited at Charlestown the first day of March Court for Jefferson county. March 8. J. W. WARE. 1 The Thorough bred Horse JOHV BROWN, SIRF.D by Sir Charles, bia dam a full bred | ™*re, and of the beat racing blood in O’d I ' irginia, will .land the ensuing season, com fencing the JOtb of thismoriL, and ending ■ ,l*® 25th of June, three days in the week, si J Robert Uidenhour'a stable in llalliown, and tbe remainder of the week in Sharptburr, I Mary land. JOHN BROWN is a dark chcanut aorrel, j nearly a black, with a alar in hia forehead, six wars old this Spring, upwards of fifteen hands and a half high, and of great strength AflH Kuaialw lla Mai. L. _ .ft . I -■ --J —... ii.iic before »he season commence*, at John Mo • l*f • stable near Halite an. For further par ticulars of pedigree, performances on the turf, Ac. lie. you are referred to handbills, j which will be exhibited in due time. JOHN STKIDFH A CO March 8. 1832 — 4t STRAY SHEEP. STRAY P.D from the subscriber’s fsrtn.ncar Shepherdstown, on the Turnpike rusd leading to 9mithfiehl, some time in June last. • aoct of anlhp. eleven | in number, amongst them a large ram with his bom* tawed I off All marked with a awal low fork in each ear, and all of them white | Any information which will lead to the re covery of said sheep will be thankfully re j ccived, end reasonable npenaes paid to who ever may have taken them up and been at ; trouble or expense in feeding them. DAVID LAFFKIITY. March 8, 1832.—3t. JEFFERSON COUNTY, Sit: .. *'fbnMU7 Term, IA3S, in the County Court. If illiavi T. If'ashington, PuuiTirr, AGAINST Gabritf/a ,'lupuata If ashington. Geo. Im Fayette Ifashington, Lucy II ash j inglon, Christian Maria f fa thing j ton. .Inn Clemson ffashinglon atul I'Ucy P. Todd, Dkkk.nuamis. in t;nANur.KY HK defendants,Cabriella Augusta Wash M >i>gton and I.ucy I* Todd, not having entered their appearence and given security, according to the act of Assembly and the rules of this Court; and it appearing hy satis factory evidence that they are not inhabitant* <»f this Commonwealth: It it trdtred. That j tha said defendants do appear liere on the lirat day af the next May term of this Court, ‘ and answer the bill of tbe plaintiff; and that * copy of this order be forthwith inserted m some newapaper published in this county for two months successively, and posted at the front done of the Cou/t*Hou*e of line courtly. A Copy—Teste, I 3. J. CHAMF.IJ, c. c, March 8, IB 12. Valuable Jefferson Land FOR I ALE. ' ftIIK subscriber, as die agent and xllor - | A iiejr of Thomas Fairfax, F.*<|. of Alexau j i ‘"’era for sal* that valuable estate in Jtf feraon county, Virginia, called •• l us ||*a xitwi," consisting of 673 ACRES OF LAVE. sUrgc proportion of which is in timber of the finest 'pialiiy. The advantages possess ed by this property are very great. Lying near the Fotemar and Shenandoah rivers, i* *• »*» '!»• vicinity of tlw large milie erected on these stream*, whilst ill the facilities fortran* porting its produce to market, to be derived from the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the llsltrn.ore kail Road, will he enjoyed by d in the Ifghest degree. There i* a Urge and ronatant stream of water running through th# tract, of Mich magnitude that it supplies aeveral valuable mill* before it rear he* this land There are also several fine |<me s*o».e i springs on the eataie. Tbe cleared land is in ■ , a high state of cultivation, ami the fence* are good- Possession can be bad immediately. Tha terms will be aceommodatmg. and if found advantageous to do *o, the t**rt will be divided into tw<> parts to suit purchasers All applications to be mad* to the subeeri ber, residing at Charlekown, Jefferson rnun ty. Va. JOBKFII T iJACGHMtrr June 9, 18JI.—tf. A GREAT BAROAnr mey be bail in the purchase of this estate, by making immediate application i® tbs auh aeriber In tha mean time, Mr. John Griggs .a duly as then zed le prevent all trespasses iw she premise*. J. T. DAUOlir.NfV. March 1, 1832. For Rent, or Hale ON a liberal credit, Ike Dwelling House in Chtfleslseo lately wc-j rspied by nr*. Posaea«ie« r«« bn bad! , immediately. I T Dkl GIIK.R | Y 1 <’kftke**>wA. I'eb f, 19,15- tf * -emm -a——i m—m—mmmmmw PUBLIC SALE. IN IKNDINO t*» rriNi.fa in |h« W«»lc»n «<>un11 v. I will o.fer, at p.ibhc sale. on .Mot,day the 2C,l\ tnetmnt. ** mT residence wiihtu a noiir ot >hepherdsti>wn, i!k following proper ijr. vii: Draught Hones. IWj Mare*, (on* with foal by Krlip.e.) Colt*. Milch Co«*a, and ling*. Pwo W agon*. or,r ot wlnrlt i« new Cart—b’lrahear and *ho«c| l'l->u-h*, (•eara of d.ll'erent kind*, A tirat rate Wheat Kan, A Patent C utting lloi, A quantity of liar, AH of the t.'rain ta the ground. About 3000 weight of U«coo, Had* and Bedding, Handsome Mahoganr Table#, Bureaus—De«k and Bonk Caae. ( hairs, V\ a*h Stands, \,e flke. Will bo ofiered for aal*. at tho aaote tune, if out disposed of by private coo teect, one Negro Woman aged 28 years With a child f year* old Aim, a near© Boy 7 year* old. Nine month** credit will l.o given on all (uni of £5 and upward*; all auma under $3 must bo rash. The wheat in the ground will bo sold on a crrdil of six. month*. Bond* mih approved aecunty will be expected, and no properly to be removed until the term* of sale bo com plied with. WILLIAM DOUGLASS. March I. M3* —at. Public Sale. ILL be sold, at tha late rcai ▼ f dence of James Dougherty, do reaaed. at Harper* Kerry, an Saturday the 241/, Out (March,) Inc person a I nru nertv of .mil Dedileidi ami Redding, f hire Walnut Tables—one Settee, A dozen and a half of Chairs. One Mahogany Uurrau, One do. Secretary—a corner Cupboard. Three Tnx-Platt Store,, ^ And all the Household and Kitchen Furniture; A lint-rate Rifle—a good FowlmgPiece, An excellent Milch Cow. A variety of Liquors—a number ot empty whiskey barrels. |& ftc I'crmt at w/r- Nine months' credit will be giveu oo all sums of and ahotn the purchasrr Ruing bond with ap proved security; tor smaller sums, tho cash will be required. f*- A Negro Woman belonging to tho esta’e, about 23 years of age, who is an excellent hand on a faun, os well as a fiist rate cook and washer, will l-e sold at pub lic nuchoo, before the Couit house door ; m Charlestow n, on the 9th day ol March. I ertns made known on the day of sale ! I* f\ Met'A UK, .WmV vithiu vlu auae.i <-J „/ Jar. n,u:hrrt*u/ec'J March I, 1S32 ^ tP- All persons lixring claims against the estate of lames Dougherty, deceased, will pleas* present them, prupctly authen | heated, for settlement; and those'indebted to the estate by account or otherwise, aro requested to make immediate payment. ___ P. C. Me C A UK. VALUABLE MXXdbS yon sale. THK subscriber wishes to dispose of at private sale, bin Merchant Mill and Saw Mill T his property it ni (usied about 3 miles south of Charlestown. Jefferson counts, Va . and one and a half ruilrt from Ibf Sl.i itantlodh ijvrr. 'I hr to mill* are on Hulhkin run, and in a nrl* and productive wheat r«,entry Tl,o merchant null it calculated to do first-rate merehantablr work. There ar«* about •41 seres of Land more nr Ic*s afteehed. «db a comfortable two story flrirk I>*e| ling I louse be Kitchen. Any person wishing to purchase, will of course view the pro perty. The terms will be liberal, and in formation can bo obtained by application to the subscriber, living near the premises If this property should not l»e disposed of before the id day of Apr;! next, it will bn •old at public sale on that day. 1 ha terms will be made knowu on the d.y of • ■le. A great bargain can be had, •• tho subscrilrer is determined to sell IMNIKf. HKm.K.BOWr.R, gr. March I, 1932—la • 1 b* «liV>ri of tire \\ uxti.-.r r fi<i><it#tiOM. V *l‘pr*.»B I o*lK I igM, a.ui riwd. nrkro-wn I itir-o, will pt-sw pol.lirfi |S lours, at.-1 f<f«ard th- ir kcmsMi to this office lor rolh-rtioo. PUBLIC SALE. tt II.I. bo cdt-rrd. ,1 jtublic nuc T ▼ lion, at the subscriber's resi dence at the Flowing Spring Mill, about .7. ,fBm TJ.tmdou ["* ht* ,,ay 'SMarch nrzt, all «f my Koui* hold and kitchen furniture, viz : Two bu rcau», I .Jerk, 4 fall leaf table*, <i corner cupboard*. | eight day rloek. I ten plvta •love, with pipe complete, 1 dozen wind nor chair*, half a dozen coo r»*ea d»t|u, ! arom Inp bedstead*. * ronunon ditto, » large copper kottle. I palrnt chair Also a Cart with gear* complete, * shovel plough, a cutting hot, i first-rate milch cows, urn* first rate hog*, a quantity ®| baron,and many other artic|«s too ime* rou* to mention. I ennt of sal®—A rredit'will he give*. «mt»l the t*t of S*p<-a>berne*t,on all aem* abort five dollars, bond a*d approved *e enrity being given; for all pvirehssea nl and under, the ra*h mil be required, I be hog* and baenn notiaeJtnled m the*® term •. which are to be «®ld for ea*h No properly lo We rrmoved until the terms ot •aln are complied with. JOHN CI.AYTOK. let IS, JHJV. POSTPONEMENT. II I he above tale it postponed antil TucJuy the lath inst. (Mur Jr. ) March 1, 1835. 4+— ---- AXIS. III.WE joat received three <lozer* ( hopping Ate*, made ezprctsly ftmj sale®, by Colhos li Cn., and can *rii * confide nr e warrant them tnpervor tn any y* i in thi# pt»ee J*-un« *f t|*nza nen a® heavy a*7* p?> mJv tt'ifliaw ( fct etaml. nr..