Newspaper Page Text
1 COULD NOT Itr.LT IT, NO NOT L A ntwgwr upon Um* mew I my! liny'U arttr leave pour jrlrti alone ! TlwvVs teasing, ewiag eight and <Hy *1 ill they have wow ua far llwir own. Awl vvt that women love the men. Tty awrvly tolly to deny. For ainr *ill answer out if tra, I could net blip it—uo not I • 1 told young F.U ard t’other «Ue. I never eonld become a hi id* ; ImK an be took a certain war. To trll lac trulr that 1 lied." Tint with a kiaa be stopped my braath. And auftly aaid—itai creature, why * And though he aqueroed me mnat to dcwtli, I could not Mp it—wa wot I! Wall what d\e thlak at last I mid1 I oever •lull forget, I ! 1 trll you plat a 111 never wed, Hu irate me now air. If you dare! Hut oh! be kiaa’d me thru ao sweet. And looked ao cliartuiog in tur rye! 1 ruwrd at church the youth to locit— I eoulJ not help il—wo uot L LOVER'S LEAP—BY PROXY. In Merrick *a History of I (areHull, the follow. ">K *tory w given as a hiatorical fact: One Joseph Whittaker, who was quartered io tiie garrison of that town in its early settlement, hail become smitten with the charms of one Mary Y-» residing there. I.ong he hail i wished to declare his passion to her, but he had not the courage. At length I Joseph nerved his shrinking courage, *tirf with a palpitating heart, aod io I broken accents, made a declaration of hia love, and closed the harangue by offering her his heart and hand. Mary heard hi« story very attentively, and; then flatly refused to have any thing to^ do with him. What a hard hearted creature! Joseph was somewhat stag gered also prompt a denial, but deter mined not to suffer her to escape ao K* plead his cause most man fully ! but all was in vain—she remain ed stubborn and hard hearted as at first. Aa a last resource, he told her that if she did not accept his offer 4 be would go and jump into the well.*— rhis was truly a desperate resolution ; but it had no cff*ect on the cruel heart nf ill, m.iil.n_.k. ..Ml_«... , • -- ---JVC t m rffufll. Jtwfph then irot6—pro• i bsbly from • kneeling posture—-and, casting a long and lingering look on the unfeeling girl, left the garrison.— He went to the well, and looking into u the deep and dark aby*ll,,, anxiously weighed the matter before he took the Anal leap. It was a stern resolve—he thought of it earnestly—he wavered and at last determined not to throw away his life for such a hard hearted creature. Whit* « casting himself about” .to see how he could escape from this sad dilemma, and still pre •*rT* some appearance of having done the deed, a new idea happily flashed •crone bis cranium, A large log was lying near, which he resolved should be the Joseph UJump into the well in stead of himself. Soon at this com mendable determination was formed, he seised the log, plunged it into the ** watery deep.”and immediately con cealed himself behind the curb. But where wee Mery all this while? She had been listening attentively at the door, half sorry (list she had deni ed him so tong, and hardly believing that he would commit so rash an act. But when she beard the heavy plunge of wooden Joeeph, her heart complete 7 w«»ted, and oh! how fervently she then wished she had not refused his offer. She hastily ran to the well, and bending over the curb with an •goniimg heart—• Oh Joseph! Joseph! JoMph! if you are in the land of the living, I will have you.* Joseph saw and heard the whole, and his heart w jw/ mis intelligence immediately leaving (ha place of hit concealment, he rushed into her anna, Oh Mary, Mary, I will take you at your ward!* Tha long embrace—the mutualVe coociliation— the many tears of jov— and long yearn of happiness that fol-' lowed, we will not attempt to describe.1 Sergeant Hill of eccentric memory, was once invited to spend some days »o the country with Lonl Erskine_ His w»fe, who knew his characteristic negligence, advised him (inter alia) to pet on a clean shirt every morning — Far (his perpoae,” said she. •• I have packed up six, which will, I have no •loebt, laat yee daring your visit.” On lw» ••rgeent s return, hie wife remark ed how Steel he had grown, adding, at r • hoP* **»•* *»• h*d cum Plied with her request about the shirts. Her husband aseured her that he had) astonishment an ladisg that, with his customary ab sence • f mind, he had put one over the other, nnd was at that moment, per ' ffyfrr the influence ef no less ^ gentleman in New 1 erk, who was to have made many hundred passages up and dawn the Hudson this season, has became alarmed in consequence of the racing ef the boats, sad has con-! eluded to seed hie wife. **r+pmr* far BmrrtMtt rp»«Ruu.Ur,ltnu4 is ready ss usual, with «• m»kB UK AIN C«A f- hi l‘ * **huse who wish uoe k*4 s*,,rr waks applies woe uefurr the huoy se*t*na -mminci ■ A rofwtAUt supply will be beet m ben.! 2 KJnSfC *••“*■« *— - , wit. C«uw. Jr. CLarlcshisnn. Jens 14, 1&J7 —1 ■ ■■ 11 in— Hf/UfiWNf JLmmrtn. Acurron'e 0»f*m eg Viucinu. > JNbret 87A, 1891. f THR Gsaanl Asa—bly. kt ita late res- J ■ion, having marie mhuo material rhan gei in As law* which relate to land* rn- J I inroad aa delinquent for nnn-pnytaact of I , lax*#. Iha following abstract i* published i for Uk benefit of all persona concerned. In tba counties Emt of the AUeghery mountains, (me note I.) all arrearage* whatsoever, prior to 1891, inclusive,*ba *her due on land* heretofore forfeited to tbe Literary Kuod; on lands sold ia 1816 and redeemed by the Stats; or oo lands annually returned as delinquent since that time, are Jororer rtlimywuUd. The Uses ia arrear ou tuns lute are ia like manner released. In respect to the counties W—t of the Allegheny, (aw note |,) the regulations aad enactments are materially different. I. The lands and lots which were here tefore forfeited to the President and Pi rectors of tb* Literary Fund, are cion crated from all arrears ia casas where the tasee aad daasages together due at the time of forfeiture. (1818 aad 1816,) do not exceed twenty dollars. If the taxes aad damages exceed that sum. the lauds so vested in the Literary Fuad may be re deemed at nay time before the 1st April, l8d<J,by psyioglhe sum due vt tbe period of forfeiture, with six per centum per aa nutu thereon, up to the time of redeuip tioo. Uut these provisions of the luw, have this important qualification, to wit: •hat neither tho relinquishment of taxes aad damages, when less than twenty del lars, oor the right of redemption, where that sum is exceeded, can operate to de prive any actual, bonm JiJt occupant, claiming under the Commonwealth's grant, and having paid hi* taxes, of any of the rights and privilege* secured lo' him hy the act of 1st April. 16.11, aad the acU of 10th and 19tb March. 1698. These several acts do ia fact transfer to the actual occupant all the claim of the Commonwealth or Literaiy Fund, previ ously acquired by forfeituib. It will there fore ha expedient for+ffn persona whore lands hare been vested in the Literary Fund, to make strict enquiry, into all in terfering claims, before they axercias tbe right or redemption. 2. The Unde and lots which were sold in 1810, and afterwards redeemed by the State, are exonerated from all arrears, in esses where the taxes snd damages for which they were sold do not together ex ceed keenly dollars on eaeb tract or lot; isttubsre they exceed that son, the pro ■jwrietor may nevertheless redeem at aay lima before the 1st April, 1834. 3- The lands and lota not embraced in either of the two preceding classes, but which have been annually returned as de linquent, up to the year 1831, inelosive, are exonerated from all arrears in rases where the taxes, exchmee ttf damages, shall not exceed ten dollars on each tract or lot. If the taxes exceed that sues, they mey in like msoner be paid, and the lands and lots so returned ns delinquent, be re deemed at any time before the 1st April, 1834. So, likewise, may the lands and lots lying west of the Alleghany, which may be returned as delinquent for the yearn 1833 sad 1833, be redeemed by payment at the Treasury at any time be fore the said 1st A pail. 1834. Besides the relinquishment of all taxes and <!«AHigw, when amounting to less than the sums above elated, and besides also the privilege of redemption which is given until (be 1st April, 1834. fb«re are other remedial provisioas in force, by which the proprietors may be relieved oo1 application to the courts of the counties where the lands are situated. I. Upon proof by the applicant that he is a horse JW* purchaser oy deed of conveyance re corded before the 1st April, 1831, or un der a decree in chancery; or that he de rives title from such purchaser, the pur chase money having all been paid 2. rhat in the years of delinquency there was property sufficient on the premises li able to distress; or 3 That the taxes have either been paid to aome person autho fixed to collect them, or that they were ! erroneously charged Proof of pnyment, or of erroneous charge, may be submitted lo tbe Auditor, without tbs intervention of lhe court. The taxes for I8SI, and all other ar res rages whatsoever, on lands and tots lying k*ri of the Alleghany, having been 1 released .by the Legislature, the collectors are required hereafter to make tale of eo. mrnkcf any tUlimuueni tract or lot me trill be mefftmml to discharge the tax of the cur ! rent year. This information ia particular 1 ly important to noo-residenta. and per tout whose residence ia remote from their lands. For their convenience, the Legis lature baa authorised them to pay their taxes into the treasury ia sneh year, at any time before tbe 1st of August; of' which payment tbe Auditor will ad via# tbe cojlectora. Tbe operation of the system of selling lands for taxes, annually accruing, being suspended iu the Trans Alleghany die tnct, ontil tbo 1st April, 1914. lb- delin quent lists for that district will before that period He returned <• tbit office as hereto l+ftp tM the Iftfiilt »ml loft io rtYoficc) may be redeemed. In all eases of re detnption.tbe Legislature hos reduced the damages from ten to six per centum per, annum. The attention of all parsons interested cannot be too earnestly invited to the sa vers! important provisions of wbicb tbe foregoing is designed oe o summery. It ' is believed that tbo f^gisleture has indi eoted tbo permanent policy of tbe fttafe upon this difficult subject, and it must be sc know (edged that n liberal anxiety has been manifested to secure the rights of non resideuis. as far as consistent with the just nnd paramount ejsims of actoel and boms fule holders, who have settled their lands under grants from the com monwealth, oud have regularly paid their foxes. JAM KM R flr.ATH, ■ 1+Ulor ef I'irgirUa P M. The lists of lands nod lots re turned delinquent from 1821 to mil, in 1 closive. and not eaoaersled by lew. and the lists of lends nod lots which hove been forfeited to tbo Litersry Kuwd. hot ore now redeemable under the restrictions sod limit afieai herein be fora stated, will bo published and circulated at tooa as prac tic shir. Kditors of newr,topers.esperiaMy to the Urge north*-ra and eastern cities, «mM p probably oblige many of I hoi* pat roes, by noticing the fore going abstract. •Vcs* l.—t be following counties and towns arc situated /.<ut of the Alleghany nouaUiui, vis: Arcomark, Aibomarte,Alleghany, Ame lia, Amherst, Augusta, Bulb, Bedford, Berke ley, Botetourt, Krunewlek, Buckingham.Car* olme, Campbell, Charles CUy, Charlotte, t i.< strrfteld, Culpeper,Cumberland, Dinwid dle, l lixabeth City, Cases, Fairfax, Fsnplrr, Fluvanna, Franklin, Frederick, Gloucester, Goochland, Greenst ilia, Halifss, Hampshire, llano ter, Hardy, Henrico, Henry, lale of AVight, James City, Jefferson, King Georgs, King and Queen, King W Uliaaa, Lancaster, Loudoun, Louisa, Lunenburg, Mndiaon, Mat thews, Mecklenburg, Middlesex, Morgan, Nanaemnnd, Nelson, New Kent, Norfolk Co. Norfolk boruuyrh, Northampton, Northumbrr* land, Nottoway, Orange, Page, Patrick, Pen dleton, Pittsylvania, Powhatan, Prince Kd wanl, Princess Anne, Prince George, Prince William. Richmond county, Riehmdnd city, Rockbridge, Rockingham, Shenandoah, Staf ford, Southampton, *pott*yl vanla,Surry, Sus ses, Warwick, Westmoreland, and Fori. .Voir 3. The following counties are situ ated It rag of the Alleghany mountains, viz: Brooke, Cabell, Fayette, Floyd, Giles, Gray son, -Greenbrier, Harrison, Jackson, Kana wha, Lee, Lewis, Logan, Mason, Mononga lia, Monroe, Montgomery, Nicholas, Ohm, Preston,Pocahontas, RandotphJtnaaoll.ScoU, Smyth, Tazewell, Tyler,W ashington, Wythe aud Wood. CF-Fhc counties of Fayette, Floyd, Jack son, Smyth, and Page, bare been recently created. VIRGIN I A, to wit: At Itulca hoklcn in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chan eery for Jefferson County, the first Mon day in Apnl, 1833 Grarg* EntUr, . Ptsutrirr, AGAINST John T. Cookoj, executor of .tmron Jetrett, dot'd, who iraj executor of John Wiugerd, dee'd, cnJ John I*. It userrJ, Jaccb Hlngerd, Catha rise If utgerd, Marcellina f» ingerd, Geeerge B. H ing< rrf,- tiracim and Mary Elisa kio uife, l.ite Mary Elisa Hingeud, children of .Ibraham HTngerd, dee'd, and derives of taid John Itlngerd, dec'd, Jckn .Hotter and Daniel EntUr, executors of Catharine Motter, dec'd, late Catharine fTmgerd, and in their oten right, and John AV»>i I'CNDAMTS. Tin chancery. HR defendants, John P. Wingerd,Jacob Wingerd, Catharine Wingerd, Marcel Ima Wingerd, George H Wingerd, and_ Gracun and Mary Klixa hit wife, not having entered their appearance, and given security according to the act of assembly and the ntlea of tbit court j and it appearing by satis factory evidence that tt ey are not inhabitants of thia country: II it ordtrtd, that the said defendants do appear hereon the first day of the next term, and answer the bill of the plaintiff*, and a copy of this order be forth with inserted in some newspaper published in Charlestown, for two months successively, and poatrd at the front door of the court house in the said town of Charlestown. A copy—Teste, ROBERT 1*. DROWN. April 26, 1832 VIRGINIA, Jxrrcasosr Co. Scr: April Term, 1832, of the County Court Suthaniel AJyert, Plaintiff, AGAINST John Htlltr. Defendant, IN CHANCERY. fI'HB defendant not having entered his 1 appearance and giveo security according to the act of assembly and Ihr rules of tin* courtt and it appearing by satisfactory evi dr nee that he is not an inhabitant of this commonwealth : it it ordered, That the said defendant do appear here on the first day ol •he next September term of this court, and •B#w*r the bill of the plaintifTi and that a copy of thia order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in this county for two months successively, and poatrd at the front door of the cnnrt-howse of this county. A copy—Tea>e, 8. J. CRAMER, Cull. April 26. 1832. VIRGINIA, TO WIT: At Itulrs holden in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Superior Court of Lew and Chan* eery for Jrfferaon County, the first Monday in May, ISoJj 7 Catharine Strider, widow of Philip Strider, dec'd, and 7 he mas S. Stri der, Joseph Fosse11 Strider, Marga Maria Strider, Samuel H'illiom Strider, and John Hinkle Strider, children and heirt of Philip Strider, deceased, the said fosrph F, Marga ret Af , Samuel /#% and John //, be’ing infants, who sue by Catharine Strider, their mother and next friend, PLAiKTirra, | AGAINST . linns Janney. administrator of George Howies, dec'd, and Jlmot Janney in1 Ait own right. am/ ,9nn Jan tr,/'»ta,r Mary .inn Howies, II tlliam P. Howies, George fr. Howies. Susan Caroline Houles, Ma ria Ixuk Houles, John IJuincy Houles, Jtdaane Houles,and Thomas Houles, heirt of George Houles, deceased, the said Susan C., Maria JL, John 1 •idaline, and Thomas, being infants, OitrKNPAMra, ^ IN CHANCKMV. ^pNE defendant, Wilh.m P Row!*., not ■ having entered hta appearance, and mi 111 *“,•**** «• set of aasembl) and the rule, of this court, ar.d it appennng e,rw,e,»«» h* ** not an it** kehiiant of this country J| „ eedrerd. That 1 * “V defendant do appear here on the Aral «he bill of forH.wMh tneeTted fe .ome newapeper pub liahed mt. ha* It at own, foe too WonTba aurVU rnmVlT1 frw' «»ooe of the Court house ,* theaeid tow. of< htsrl«toun A Copy—Teste, May 24, ,A T "<,OWW rwooo VAVTBDI ,"#rfW~dive foe one Aon. reredhere at #J 30 per eoed, on or before ' * *«• day of September neat. , M’l*. Cf.P.VCI.ANU. CkttltPatra, May 17, 1§3£ VIRGINIA TO WIT t At Rule* bohlen m the Clerk** (Hke of the •uperior Court of Low and Chtntrry fnr Jefferson County, tha Ant Monday m May, 1832, # Salhanirl Scrogin and Rebecca Jinn his wife, fair Rebecca Jinn Frame, rutiutn, AGAINST Armstead Reck Lam and Jane his tcift, late Jane Frame, administratrix of Jinn Frame, drt'd, Eliza Griggs, lots Eliza Frame, Matthew Frame, and John Stephenson and James Ste phenson, executors of James Stephen *R*t dec'd, PLAiimrr*, IN CHANCERY. THE defendants, Armstoad Beckham, and Jane M* wile, not haring entered their appearance, end given security according to tho not of aasambly and the rules of lbs oourti oad R appearing by aatMbotory evi dence that they are not inhabitants uf this coon try i It is ordered, that the aaid defendants do appear here oo the Aral day of the next term, and answer tho bill of the pl*intifffc« and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in M>u»e newspaper published in Charleston n. For two mouths successively, and pasted at the front door of tho court-house in said town of (Charlestown. A Copy—Teate, ROBERT T. BROWN, c. c. Hay in 1832. VIRGINIA. TO WIT: At Rule* Holden in the Clerk** Office of tha Circuit .Superior Court of Law and 1 Chancery for Jefferson county, the fir»t1 Monday in June, 1899: James G. Ficklin, administrator d? bonis non with the will annexed of Adrian Davenport, deceased, Plajxtipp, AGAINST Edward D- Roe and Olivia his wife, and Alary Elinor Davenport, Dr-rtMiAKTs, IN CHANCERY. TIIE defendant. Mary Elinor Daren |K»rt, not basing enteied her appear ancs, and given security according to the act of assembly and the rules of this court; and it appearing by satisfactory eridenee that she ia not aa inhabitant of this country: It ia ordered, that the aaid de fendant do appear here on tho first day of the oext term, and aaswer tho bill of the plaintiff; and that a copy of Ibis order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published io Charlestown, for two mouth* , anu (KlllfD » IQC ITOOl Uoof ef Ibe court bouse in the Mid towo of Charlestown A Copy—Tesle, ROBERT T. BROWN, c. c. June 7, 1834. VIRGINIA TO WIT : At Rules holden in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chan eery for Jefferson County, the first Mon day in June, 1832. Jacob Dybert, PuiiTirr, A GAL\‘ST Soppinftoo, William Sappington, John B. Sappington, Thomas Co* and Ma ry his wife, late Mary Sappington, John P. Bryan end Sarah bis wife. Isle Sarah S.pping<on,George W. Sappington,Get r*r Lillebrtdgeand Rachel bis wife, late Rachel Sappington, Martha Ann Swift Sapping toa, Mary Sappington, daughter of Thooiak Sappington. jun dre'd, and Samuel Sap pmgton in hi* own right, and a* administra tor of Thomas Sappington, sen det’d, tt»r saitf I.emu I, William. John H . Mary Co*, 8srab,(i<or|e 'V , Rachel, I horns*, Martha Ana Swift, and Samuel, being children and hair* at law of Thomas Sappington, sen., <**«'«». Dar.aos.Ts, I AV CfLI.VCERT. nnilE defendants,Lemuel Sappington,* il-1 R ham Sappington, George Lillehridgr and Rachel hia wife. Martha Ann Swift Sap pmgton and Mary Sappington, not having entered their appearance, and given aecotii) according to the act of assembly and the ruvps of ihit courti and il ippnring hjr factory evidence Ibat they are m»t inhabitant* j of this country: Il i« ordered. That <he said defendants do appear here on ibe first day of' tlie next term, and anower the bill of the plaintiff*5 and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper pub htbed in Charleatown.for two months anrresa ively, and panted at the front door of the Court bouse in the said town of Charles own A Copy—Teste, ROBERT BROWN, c c. I Jana 14. 1832. * VIRGINIA. TO WIT: At Rolaa holder, i„ th« Clerk's Office of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for Jefferson county, the first Monday in Junn IWt: Dsniel Msgruder sad Eleanor his wife, late Eleanor Davenport PiainTirrs, , , . .in~iuvsT Daniel Bry an. Rohr* V. Jack, and Juliet Ms ,» ®r#x!on Davenport in his own right and as enecntor of Abraham Davenport, dec d. Amelia Slrotber.Marcus McCormick msd l-euraana h,s wife, late Eaumnaa Me Cormtck. James Flore and Prances his wife. Ute Frances McCormick. Brockenbrm.gt, 11M*: Thomas IVm, McCormick, (tbo three last named infant* r* ebddrea and heirsnf Mass McCormick dec'd, who a as one of the eh ldren and devisees of Abra ham Davenport dee’d, Darsaasavs. T___ , W CHANCERY. IIP, defendant, Daniel Bryan, ad having entered hit appearance, and given socurtty according to the act of assembly and the roles of this court; and it appearing by satisfactory oridanea that ha is not an Inhabitant of this country: It is ordered, that tbo sard defendant do appear bare on the first day of the neat farm, and answer the Mil of the plaintiffs; and that a ropy of this order ho forthwith i insertsd ta some newspaper poMwhed in Charlestown,for ton months sneeraetvely. and posted at the frant door of the coort house in tha sa».| town of Charlestown A Cnpr—Train, ROBERT T BROWN, c. c. June 14. IASJ BACOM. Tnp. tsnderaigned have jost rereir ed eP.OOft pounds nf well cored BACON, which they offer for sale by tbs •pie at it y nr nlbrrwiae. JOSEPH O HAYS, „ JOS. L RUSSELL. Harpers Perry March, !*»,*! IT>7. i SMITH HVNHCKER I Respectfully Worm tbo vIUmm of SlteplMitUlova and its vkiaity, that j be has opened an establishment in a room adjoining the Hotel of Mr. Daniel Etitlcr,' where be baa on band a Splendid Assortment of •OOP*, Consisting in part mt GOLD AND SILYEU •JFATOJilha* Clock t, Jewellery, Silver flare, *C- j Clocks and Watches repaired, and all kinds of Silver Work made to order. Il« baa ns* ployed a Ant-rate W atch Repairer; and feels assured that be will be able to give the most perfect satisfaction. Aa this is Urn most complete establishment of the sort, wbicb has ever been opened in Shrnhcrdsluwn, he relics upon a libs nil pub lic tor on ouragement. Hhepberdstown, May 3, 1830. ’WATOBI, J1WKAY, JkOL JE». JWOM.T, Jr. HAS just received a snug assortment of the above articles, which he is anxious to dispose of on the most reasonable terms. As Mr. Maxima* has sold his interest in the shop to me, and left the State, h is high ly necessary that those indebted should call and settle their accounts, which are left with me for collection. D. HOLT, Jr. tlarpers-Fcnry, May 84. 1833_3m. €.nno.v. HAVING been much annoyed, for some lime past, by thoughtless and mischiev ous boys and men, shooting near my barn, throwing down my fenoes, and trampling my Acid*, I am compelled to give notice that I will hereafter prosecute ail offender*, with out discrimination. It is to lie hoped that the parents and guardians of youth will save me this unpleasant took. 14. WILLIAM LEE. Baltimore *5 Ohio Hail Hoad. WXCMOXJUI V. OBA1TS, mimmioM •Merchant, AT THE POINT OF POCKS. WB A> ING erected the largest warehouse s* at the Foint of Kocks, is now prepar ed to receive and forward all kinds ot coun try produce to Baltimore, agreeably to in structions of tbe owner. Cost of four per barrel, including all charges, 35 cents_all other charges in proportion. He will likewise receive at his w arehouse, Jvk. fi9, Prett ttrttl, Baltimore, all merchaiw dize that asay offer for Die interior, which he' will forward with the greatest car*. ' SSIKR TO Mestrs. Daniel Hoffman Is Co. Talbot, Junes k Co. Erskiue, Eirhelbcrger k Co. ? Jacob Albert k Co. » 9 Henry Fayson k Co. Orndorff k Co. "t ? Mr. Thou.as Black, j Flow Elias Shaw , r dernier*. Ream B. Simpson, J ». K. IV hite, l ' Joseph E. Itussell, J ***rPtr*mf*1* i „ , M* G'D.AK U. CHAFEE. Baltimore, June 7, 1832. ttffire of the ( he* * Ohi, Cmwil C* 7 " *saiB*Tww. Mat 22, 1832. 5 KTOTK K. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ** instalment of two dollars and fifty cents pi r share, (being th* 25th insfal meot) on ererr share ofstock ia tbe Che •apeake and Ohio Canal Company, ia re quired to be paid on tb* 1st day of Aoguat oeat; and a further sum of two del LV*. *nd eeoU P«r (bring the ‘loth instalment) on the 1st day ofBeptem b*r tr«t; w hich inatahaeala must be p«id to the credit of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, to tbe cashier or other officer of either of tbe following Banks r is: • The Branch Bank of tbe United States at Washington The Bank of Washington, at Washington. 1 he Patriotic Usnk, do The Bank of the Metropolis, do. Mechanics’ Bank, at George Tt! £2 M *•*«««*• The Farmer*’ Bank of Alexandria, do. The Mechanic** Rank of Alexandria do rhe Hager .town Rank, in Hageratown, Md , The Branch of the Valley Bank, in Charted •own, Va. And the Branch of the Valley Bank, in Lee* burg, Va. By order of the I»re*Mrnt am) Director* JOHN P INULR. CV* a. f'Ara. Ir OAia Cana! V» May SI, 1932.—t | Hrp«. NOHOE. 'I'”** *«»*khnlder. of the Smithfteld. ■ ( liarleafuvn and Itarpero-Perry l orn pike Company, are hereby notified. th*, treatment of 't wo Dollar* and fifty cr.T. on each there, t* required to fie paid to the Treamteer on the |*| d.v of July arv, am) a farther inatalmeni nfluo Dr.lkra and fift* cent* on each .hare, on the 1*. d.y M|t Nearly the *Mr route ■* now under contract, and hied* tn««i be had promptly.— •^•«*«tkaal ftub*cr<b*t* are rrm<mled, 2SL 7*r •?*££"»• h#v,r>* bee* compiled ** N* ky them, •crardiM to prwvma* requimltor* *od thee* iof PHIfa By order *f the B-wrd, *■•"»•«*•* rrauo uu ’ BV auttuuHy of * deed of tru*», dal* ra cm.ledm theCletk aOlfire oflbe count, ‘ '*f J***M»h» »• W.lt tell In the h<gh !JL£2*VJ» ?**> momf- °* l aeaday f* I2h d*f * J»*f •»!*, w front of the peT mwra, th** a«U kanun IHUCK ttot'bl. and l‘°l* ••*»•« *h Charleetowa, op P^fe the re, of Mr Humphrey KeyZ, •^HVmme »h>ch for m*ny yeata oacu pied aaearor* boa** hy Meaant. Humphrey ah h'yr*, and lately hy Mr. Nathaniel Buck m*«t*r aaa *hoe ttaee tad dwellmg bourn _ •loo a hock lot adjoining thereto. Dock title 2? '** ►•kaeeihera (h*b*»ed •* ka indisputable) will he cooeeyed to «V pur chaaer* C. MOORR. Jo*, r. UAUcrip.m r. M*e 17, IBSf, VVmtw* warm ukb FROM Harpcrs-Fcrry to Italtiiuorc. Via the Pu»mmt River mmd Hut! K.„.j A BOAT will leave r».|<r:j morning, at half past 4, A. M am) rive at the Point of Rocks in time to t.,krth,. morning Car for Baltimore, pxmagr *1 & Persons travelling this route »,|) ,ta< Jl „4, limora betwann 3 and 4 o'clock, p. \| ^TO-* lay. The same boat will lc:.vc the p„,M Bucks for llarpers-Ferry, half an hr< r f\ r I he Car arrive* from Baltimore, and * , reach the Parry on the same evening. The above boat bn* been started ron.c. quenee of the bad state of the roads brtwc< n Kredevicktewn and llarper-l t rrv, wh,«h render* tfcam almost im Passat u.-. June 14, 1833. PUIUO SAUL W**i ‘‘f f"S; >1" «ih at tke late residence of Jacob ll«.|n»r» dec’d, 2 utile* from Harper*-Ferry, on North aide of the Blue Ridge, the followin' property, to wit: ' One Mam and Colt—9 Milch Cows, 13 kead of Hogs—7 bead of Sheet/ * One Still with a Cap and Worm, 10 Hogsheads—4 Whiskey Barrels, One barrel of % inagar—1 Loom and’Gears Bacon—19 or 15 bushels Com, 13 stand of Bees—I eat Khoemskt r's Tool* Household and Kitchen Furniture—such as A Bureau, 3 Beds ond Bedding. One fitoTf—Pots, Kettles, kc_together with a variety of articles not necessary to mention. A credit of six months will be given on t.ll .*um% of and above $5, the purcha*rr hi rive bond arol gi>«wl security; sums under the ea«h will » e required.' Hale to eon*, menre at 10 o'clock. JOHN MSSW ANNF.R, .WmV. June 91, |l»3i . P. S.— The house and lot will he rented on the day of ».»U to the highest balder. J. N. $T-A1I persons indebted to the above t\. late, are iequr*t*d to n. .kc in.mediate p*\ sunt : and ail those basing claims must pre sent them, properly authenticated, for ya' ment. j. ft. VAIVABU3 PBOPEBTY. Pttblir Salt. THF. subscriber will offer ai public mle, u* Thursday ike 2d day •/*dugtntJ,' h*n.o.* V W.U V RLE F81 AHLlMIVO M. ecnt'Btmg of the W ASHIN QTO V ABnyyi 'M&w'js'j** mim An«l all the <mi building* on the hA, with the exception of ibe building used aa the Point ing and Fo*» Office. Me can with confluence aaaure tie public, that there is not a Tavern in Rockville so cemaiodiuus and so well cal culated fur buaineaa. aa the W.atunrion Ilo. leU The houae » large, having 21 Room., with a large dining Of ball room, and all other contenier^ea necessary for a puUc houaet being situated immediately on the great high way from Washington Oily to the West, It must at all times command a good proportion of travelling custom, and being near the Court House, daring the anting nf our Court, get a great portion of ruaiom — The Mail Stage* passing throngl> Knckville 2 s dsy, atop at the Washington Hotel. 1 he Establishment m one that is worthy . f thr at tention of any person who taiahe* to proae cute that kind of buaineaa « and hk<l not the subscriber, from circumstances not »nhin bis enntml, been in some messure compelled in relinquish the husincaa, nothing would in due* turn to sell. Term• ./ tale—Will he literal, and made known on the day of sale. Should the Washington Hotel be s*h! on the day of sale, the rUBVXTVIE with the bouH, iill Alto mkl. pHkimievi of the property can be had immediatrlv al'er the sale. JANNAHo S. FA Hit L Rockville, Md. June 7. 1832. MJ.fi OP VALUABLE LAND, Under. Decree oj Court. IN pursuance of the decretal order of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chan *wy. ^or *he county of lx>udouti, rrntkrut in the ease of Thouias Philips, Re. against David Pusey’a administrator, Rc. at tl.r last term, the undersized, rommissionrr therein named, will offer lor sale, at public auction, on Ihc premise*, the Tratt Land, In said decree BliPlhtnril It nonfaina ak^.,4 134 acre*, is situate in the county of Jeffer son, upon Buliskm, and was purchased from Thomas W. Lee, Elisabeth ( hudey, and Mar tha Hutchison. This land, which was for merly in the occupancy of David Puaey, fir- I ceased, was the property of said deredent, and of Mot-ru k Fhilhpa. in copHrtnrry. One third of the money will be required in hand, and the remainder in two e«jusl an rwal payments, without interest until due — The title will he made on the receipt of ths wboU purchase money. The sale to take place on the 17th day of July, about 19 o'clock. noble s. braden, June 7, 1939—ta ('nminv*' IVVfONfl, Piwufhu* Jtr. flV*R iiftdmdnfd manufactures hipim, •M M'Coraink Ploughs, and Wheat Fan* Ol Uw Brat quality, at the shot test notne, vl his simp, adjoining Wy songs bla< k»iw!ii »l.op, hi Charlestown. Public ustronui n rv-'peetfully aolieited. A J >urut tfmun H’ngon Mr,her ff 'anlrtf. The suhseriber will glee literal w»rr* nd ronvtant employ nient, n> a journey mail Ws* guo-Makcr, *ko under*!«>.<!• his lm>m'<i • ell, and w of ateady and mdu.» rn<u* l.s'-** I lie ah© whbea to take an apprentice t" J tke above business. A boy, who ran ri/ins I w«l» reeomiwrnded, la or It - ear* of »<r. j will (sod a good situation if ABMIMfN k. GORAN June 14, 1939. "-MFHWW. ■■ vcwuewsa, ©Mill, at JOnJ%* H. €i.MJLI.*UU H _ CONDITION*. TWO BOtUU A FUTT CTf l*£A d.V.V( Jf, Favahla half yearly* but Twe • •II he received as paynuot in full, if p*d retire ly |n a4vanee. Wherevtr OOtt*4 btyeM Ike eaplratKMi er tlie y* mMTUM will W « barred •** AsvMrusaisfi mserted at to* • ,f •• PM square lw three insert* os. coniiMued et 93 real* per square lot • ubseqiient irsertkm.