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THIS HORSE WILL STAND Che ensuing sea son at the stable of the subscri ber, Fort Pleasant, Hardy county, near Moorefield, at Six Dollars the season, which may be discharged by paying five dollars during (he season, which will commence the first day of April and end the first of August. For insuring a eolt, Ten Dollars.— Parting from the mare forfeits the Jtrice of the season. Good pasturage or mares from a distance at one dol lar and fifty cents per month, and due attention paid to them; but will not he accountable for accidents or es capes. LEBOO 2s a beautiful bay, full sixteen hands high, with great bone and noble powers—his stoek is large, handsome, and almost universally bays, from which it is easy to select noble match horses. He is truly an acquisition to gentlemen who wish to improve their stoek, or raise horses of the above des« cription to sell for the stage or any other service. JACOB VANMETER. March 26. P. S. I have half a dozen of his colts now rising four and five years old, broke to the saddle and harness, all bays, among which are ao exact match, which are for sale. J.V, Gentlement come and see the elegant horse, FOUJVG PILGRIM. (for merly the property of James M. Sterritt. ‘WT^ILL STAND for mares this Tv season, from the first of April to the first of July, as follows: Mon* day and Tuesday in each week, at the stable of Mr. Thomas Rust in Winchester; Wednesdays and Thors days, at the stable of Capt. John M. Pitman in Newtown [Stephensburg] and Fridays and Saturdays, at the stable of Mr. A. B. M’Clun at the White Post, for terms (which will be moderate) and pedigree, see the hand bills. ABRAHAM MARLATT. March 25 •- - - ——————— Notice. IN pursuance of an order of the County Court of Frederick, made at ' Mareb Term, 1820, NOTICE is ; hereby given, that on the 2d Monday in April next, elections will be held at the places, and under the superin tendence of the persons hereafter mentioned, for the purpose of electing three freeholders from each of the dig* triets of this county to act as Over, seers of the poor, viz: at Berryville, under the superintendance of George H. Norris, for that district; at Smoke town, under the superintendance of John Newman, for that distriet; at Newtown, under the superintendance of William M’Leod, for that district; at Pughtown, under the superintend anee of Frederick Nadenbush, for that distriet-—The several superintcudants arc requested to report the names of the persons elected to the Court at May term next. JOSHUA GORE, Sheriff of Frederick county. March 28. Painting Business. I THE subscriber respectfully inform his friends and the public in general, that he intends following the Painting business in its various branches, viz. coach, house, and sign painting, also gilding, glazing and pnper hanging, all of which, he assures the public, he will e&eeute in the best manner, ami on the most reasonable terms. He hopes, from his eiperience and atten tion to the above branches, to share a liberal part of the public patronage, JOSEPH M’lNTOSH. fcSrMrs. M’lntosh takes the liberty to inform the ladies of Winchester and its vieinity, that she has on hand an assortment of plain 9ATTIN BwN NETH, of the newest fash ion, whieh I she will dispose cf, on the lowest terms 8hr nrvkes and alters for all who may favor her with their custom. March 2fi NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Sa turdny the 1st nf April, tbe annual meeting of the Bible Society of F. ede rick County, Va. will fceld in the Episcopal church, in Winchester, at 12 o’clock. A sertJon will be deli-1 vered it :hat time by the Rov. Win, C. Walton. After the sermon, the annual report will be read. The sub. seribers to that institution are partin', larly requested in attend, as tbe ofli eers for the ensuing year must then be apphrfajted.'fey tbe members of the so Mifeh 23. WM. HILL, Pres’t. ^ ;/v * $ - ! William Miller i Bas just received from Philadelphia, a supply of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,1 CONSISTING OF I Large Lima Beans. I Early Dwarf ) n < Early Speckled $ °* Early Dwarf •) Early Frame I pp a © Large Marrowfat Early Charlton J Seed Onions Large Drumhead') Flat Dutch t Early York » Green Savoy j>CA3BAGE. Yellow Savoy Early Sugar Loaf I Early Cauliflower Late Cauliflower J E,“d i CEL5RY. Imperial ") Tennis Ball j Winter Head j drown Dutch ^LETTUCE. Cabbage Head j Green Cobs J Yellow Curled j and Ice. J Curled Endive Curled Parsley i Sweet do. | Salsify Long Green 3 Early Frame [.CUCUMBER. Long Pickl« J Early Summer Early Purple X Early Red Turnip > RADISH. Early White do. ^ White Fall J White Spanish Onion ! Parsnip Long Orange Carrot I Horn do. i Winter Cresses Curled do. Red Fleshed ] Cantaleup and MELON. Nutmeg J Ruta buga, or Cobbett’s Turnip Seed Late aod Early do. Red Turnip Beet Red Salmon do* Spinach Saffron Leak Bnneh Simlin. The whole of which were purchased from one of the most eminent Seedmen, in Philadelphia, and can be recom mended as tresh and genuine. Feb. 5. i ' Cabinet-Making. THE subscriber respectfully inform his friends and the publie in general, that be still continues to car ry on the above business in his shop, opposite the coust*house, on water street, Winchester—he returns his sincere thanks to all those who have so liberally patronised him since his com. mencenient in business, and Batters himself from his knowledge of and at tentiod to business, to continue to merit and receive a share of public patronage. He has on hand and ivill constantly keep a good assortment of cabinet furniture, consisting of Side boards, Dining Tables, Breakfast Ta* hies, Card Tables, Ladies Work Ta» hies, Secretaries, Bureaus, high and low Post Bedsteads, &e. which he of. fers for sale on the most reduced prices for eash or approved credit. GEORGE KREPS. December 11 f.fc Virginia to wit; M Rules liolden in the Clerks office of the Superior Court of Chancery, for the Winchester District, the first Monday in January, 1820. Robert Gray plaintiff*, against Henry Slusher, Executor of Chris topher Slusher, dee'd, who was Exe cutor of Frederick Slusher, deceased* ami others. defendants. The subpoena scirefaclas awarded in this case against the defendant Hen- J ry Slusher, Executor of Christopher ; Slusher dee'd. who was Executor of Frederick Slusher, dec. not being exe cuted, and he not having entered his appearance and given security accord ing to the act of Assembly and the rules of this Court—and it appearing by satisfactery evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of this country—It is ordered, that the said defendant, Hen« ry Slusher, do appear here on the tenth day of the npxt term, and answer the bill of the plaintiff—and that a enpy of this order be forthwith inserted in ome newspaper published in Win chester for two months successively and posted at the front door of the Court house, in the said town of Win chester. A Copy—Teste, DAN. LEE, e. c. e. February 6. 1*20. Fresh Clover Seed. A FEW BUSHELS of nice CLO VER SEED can be had if im mediste application is made, at Teo Dollars per bushel, cash. LANE & BROMK. March 23—3t, Virginia to wit; .if liules holdcn in the Clerk*s 'Office of l the Superior Court of Chancery for the Winchester District, the first : Monday in January, 1820. . Walter A. Smith, plaintiff, against John AMensworth and Henry St. George Tusker, Defendants. THE Defendant John Allensworth not having entered his appearance and given seeuiity according to the act of Assembly and the Rules of this Court; & it appearing by satisfactory evidence that he is not an inhabitant of this eountry—It is ordered, that the said j defendant do appear here on the tenth day of the next term and answer the . Bill of the plaintiff; and that a copy | of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in Winches- | ter for two months successively, and ; posted at (lie front door of the Court House, in the said town of Winchester. . A Copy—Teste, DAN. LEE, c. c. c. ' Feb. 5. O W CARRIAGES ' §§4f£. THE subscriber respectfully in forms the public, that he has on hand i a variety of Carriages, Gigs and Sulkcys, not surpassed in ilealness or durabili ty, by any made in this country; (he whole of which lie offers cheap for cask, or on a reasonable credit.—He will make carriages of any descrip- | tion, agreeably to order, at thirty days ‘ notice. He ha? also on hand a heavi- \ ly ironed MAIL STAGE, with three seats, which he will sell to an ap proved purchaser, at twelve months credit. GEORGE BARNHART. March 11 3m f * i NOTICE. THE freeholders and house keepers of the Corporation of Winchester, are hereby notified^ that on the first day of April next, an election will be held at the court house, for the purpose of chosing three discreet and fit per sons, being freeholders of and resident within the said corporation, (magis trates of the county and said corpora tion excepted) as Overseers of the Poor, for three years, according to the provisions of the act of Assembly, en titled “An Act to amend an act en titled an act to amend an act incor porating the town of Winchester,*’ passed January 29, 1820. R. J. CROCKWELL, s. o. w. ; March 11. Turnpike Notice. THE Stockholders in the Snicker’s G«p Turnpike compuny, will take no tice. that an election will be held on the 8th day of April, at S. Skinner’s tavern, at Snicker’s ferry, for the pur pose of chosing a President, four Di rectors and a Treasurer to serve for the ensuing year. By order of the Board, N, C. WILLIAMS,Treasurer. March 11—3t. Bedford Mineral Waters. THE subscriber respectfully ac quaints the public, that he has leased the privilege of disposing of the wa ters of these celebrated springs and from the arrasgements he has made, he will be able to supply persons from abroad with the waters at a much more reasonable rate than has heretofore been done. He will always have on band a large supply of barrels and smaller vessels, well seasoned and prepared; and persons applying will meet with no delay, let the order be large or small. The priee of the wa. ter at the spring will be three dollars per barrel—the oarrel inclusive smaller vessels in proportion. He will be able to deliver the water in Baltimore, at the moderate rate of seven dollnrs oer barrel. WILLIAM TOA\NSEND. March 11. .*t. HAS taken a room in the house of Mr. John Richardson, and ad joining the Office of J. E. Page, Esq. where, or at his Shop next door to Capt. M’Guires Hotel, he will gener ally be found. Winchester, Feb. 12th—tf. HUGH H. BALDWIN, Respectfully announces to the ptihlie his intention of prae. lieiog Law in the Superior and inferior Court* for Frederick Connty. He may be seen at present at Dr. Cor nelias Baldwin's Shop. Winchester, Feb. 2*—tf, FOR SALE, A NEGRO fellow and his wife— The former is an excellent wag gon maker and farmer; the woman a good house servant.— For particulars applj at this office. &TNo application from town par eha-ers will be received. March 11. If #75 REWARD. STOLEN on Tuesday night the 15th Feb. from the wagon of the subscriber, at Slinchicomb’s tavern, T4> miles west of Baltimore, on the Frederick turnpike, a STAWBERRY ROAN HORSE, about 15 or 10 hands high, 5 years old, one hind foot white if uot both, is somewhat crooked in his hind legs, is close built and high hipt, is raw-boned and has a large head, and his most noted mark is a ram nose) trots, eanters and gallops, shod all round and is an excellent draught horse. Whoever takes tip and secures the above horse and thief, 90 that I reco ver my horse and the thief is brought to justice, or secured in the-jail of Frederick county, Md. shall be enti tled to a reward of £75, or for the horse alone £50 if delivered at Wil. liainson's tavern, Baltimore, or to the subscriber, living one mile from Mid dletown, in Frederick county, Md. JOHN BOWLUS. March 18. VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. THE subscriber being auxious to remove to the western country, of fers for sale, the plantation whereon he resides, called FOTHER1NGAY, in Montgomery county, Virginia—this tract contains 800 ACRES, about half of which is low grounds, cleared, and considered first rate ara ble and meadow lands. It lies on both sides of Roanoak River and the main western road runs through it. The buildings are new and valuable. On a part of this land is an establish, ment fora Tavern which, without any lands annexed, rents for £200 per an. uum. There are at the farm between two and three hundred CATTLE, a like number of SHEEP, and a good stock of HOGS, which can be bought with the place—also the turnpike road from the uppermost crossing of the Roanoak river across the Alleghany mountain, of which I am the sole proprietor. This road has been established and in operation about 16 years—also upwards of 1500 ACRES OF LAND adjoining and contigu ous thereto, situated from three to seven miles of Montgomery court house, on which are four plantations leased nut; also a tract on both sides Lillie river in which are About 430 ACRES. I also offer for sale on behalf of my son George, a tract of 588 ACRES, in Botetonrt, on the north side of Roanoak: this* tract contains TWO HUNDRED ACRES of first rate bottom, the balance good tobacco and grain land?, about twenty acres of the bottom is yet in woods. On this traet is a stock of cattle, sheep and hogs which may he bought with the land. The terms fair and equitable—negroes in families received io part payment for all or any part of this property. The property in Botetourt will be shewn by Mr. John C. Griffin of Fin. castle or GEORGE HANCOCK. | Montgomery cy. March 1S-3rn CAUTION. I HERE publicly caution every per son from employing my Servant JERRY, in the shoemaking or cobbling business, or having any other dealings with him in future without ray per mission ; since I find from experience he abuses the indulgence I have here tofore granted him—I shall most cer tainly resort to legal redress against all those who neglect the above eau tion. EDW'D. CONRAD. March 48, . Sheriffs Sale. WHEREAS Jonathan Foster, an insolvent debtor, hath surren dered in his schedule, (at the suit of Thomas Cramer and others,^ and eonveyed to me a TRACT OF LAND in Frederick County, containing be tween 469 and Soo ACRES, subject to a Deed of Trust thereon for the sum of £5076—- Also one House & Lot in the town of Winchester, known by the name of the Constellation Print ing Office, subject to a Deed of Trnst thereon for the sum of £1762 33 eents— I, Joshua Gore, Sheriff of Frederick Connty, will, in pursuance of the Act of Assembly in sueh ease made and provided, sell the aforesaid property at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, for Cash, (subject to the liens thereon as above mentioned,) before the front door of Edward M'Guires Hotel, in the town of Winchester, on Tuesday the 4th day of April next.— ueh title as the said Jonathan Foster hath, will be made to the purchaser. JOSOVJi GORE. March 18. » * tWtl/CrttO Takes thu his friends and prnllv that k> k..._ ship Mr. Alexander Gibson,' Baltimore, who is completel y to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the very best style, boi !i with re gard to cutting and making. The Subscribers hope that the qual ity of their work, and their united efforts to please, will merit a portion of tbe public favour* FITZSIMMONS & GIBSON. THE Subscriber begs leave to return his thanks to his friends and the pub lic generally, for the loug continuance of their favours, . and trusts his cod duct'will still merit a due share of their regard. N. FITZSIMMONS. Alexander Gibson, THE Person announced io the above advertisement, as co»partner of Mr. Fitzsimmons, being a stranger to the Citizens of Winchester, would beg leave to hope, that they will give him a fair opportunity to judge or his abili ty as a workman. He feels confident that ho will bo able to give general satisfaction. He will be able (from previous arrangements) to procure the latest fashions as soon as they arrive in Baltimore ; he would also take the liberty to inform the ladies, that he has in his possession tbe latest fash, ions for habits and pelisses, which he pledges himself to make up in the neatest style. Winchester, Feb. 20th. William L. Clark Having resigned It is place in the aea demy, offers his services in the ((. 0f He will attend the Courts of Frederick, Shenandoah and Hampshire, and may generally be found at Mrs. Streit’s boarding-house, or at his office, nearly opposite Capt. McGuire’s hotel. March 4. forsale7 A VALUABLE Tract of Land, LYING on Trout Run, in Hardy County, containing 603 ACRES, Of which about two hundred and fiftv acres are cleared and well eoelo»ed, a j part whereot is excellent meadow ground. On Ibis land there are a good dwelling House} a large anil con venient Baru and every necessary j building.—Also another Valuable Tract of Land, Situated oa Waites Run, io Hardy County, containing 649 ACRES, Of which about forty acres are cleared, and the residue covered with valuable tirtiber. This traet of land, adjoins the land lately the property of Nicho las Swisher, and will, as also the traet before mentioned, be shown to any person desirous of purchasing, by captain David Ogden who resides in the neighborhood. The terms of saio will be accommodating. Application to be made to CHARLES MAGILE. N. B. If the above property be no* sold before the 1st of January next, it will be rented or leased for one or more years. Winchester, Dec. 11 tf THE KEW Revised Code, OF THE LAWS OF TIRGLMJ. BEING a collection of all such *cU of the General Assembly, of a pub-, lie anil permanent nature, as are/he* in force, with a copious imp* *° which are prefixed the Constitip0”9 oi> the United State# and of ^ State of Virginia, published pnr^Ant to an act of the General A#se**"ly* passed the 12th March, 1819 —Handsomely Bound in ealf, priee he num. her of copies of the^bove w ork con j tracted for by the,/»*atp» having been furnished—-all »rder# from book-sel i lers, or others*" buy to sell again, (tw ! whom a liberal discount will be made,) and for single copies, can be supplied. Orders for interleaved copies must be left with the subscriber rdone, at the Office of the Enquirer, Rich mond, who is the sele agent of the publishers for selling. SAMUEL CARY. Richmond, Feb. 19 For Sale, A FAMILY OF NEGROES, con sisting of a Woman and Three Children—Two of the children, Boy* s one of whom is between 13 axd <9 years old.—Apply to the EdUot. i Feb, 26tb.