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THE WINCHESTER GAZETTE.
No. 727. WINCHESTER, VA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd. isst. Vol. XII. PKlNTED AM) PUBLISHED • s per annum payable in advance. INDISPENSIBLE CONDITION'S. I. No papers will be discontinued 1 arrearages are paid. Ldvertiseinents not exceeding , (17 lines printed matter or 12 lines common manuscript matter, inserted three times for One Dollar, and Twenty-Five Cents per square for every subsequent insertion, and, when not specifically directed to the contrary, will ho inserted until forbid and charged accordingly. III. Advertisements from a dis tance must be accompanied with the Cash, or be assumed by some respon sible person, or the Postmaster most convenient to the advertiser. IV. Advertisements will, in every instance be charged to the person or dering them, unless particularly sti dnlated to the contrary. V. The Postage on all cominntii eations to the Editors, must be pain by the writer, or they will not be at tended to. VI. Chancery-Orders inserted as other Advertisements and charg’d to the Attorney, whose name is indues* d by the Clerk on the order. VII. The Postage on all commu nications to the. Editor, must be paid by the writer, or they w ill not bo at tended to. N. li. It is distinctly to be under stood by Advertising Customers, that no Advertisement will henceforward be directed by the Editor of this pa per to be inserted in other papers, unless the same bo previously paid for BT CHEAP SHOE STORE. II K M ov n L. 8 DODDS respectfully informs his _ . friends ami the public, that lie lifts removed hi* SHOE STOKE one dorr Soutli of the Town run, adjoining John & Abr iuani Miller’s Store, where he continue* his assortment of Lerfi; s, Gentlemen’s and children’s SHOES* at as low pricrs as they be purchased for in the slate. All the work oil* red is made here, and iv»;-arted fo he of the first quali’y. A* his assortment is extensive, embracing every variety and size, the advertiser solicits a cor responding patronage. Work will be executed generally to order, on ft few hours notice. Sept. 22. Valuable Laud for Sale. BV virtue r.f a D^eree of tho Supp lier Court of Chancery, hohlen at Winchester, on the 4-th day of Decem ber, 1820, I shall proceed to sell, on Monday, the t?lh dav of November neit, THE Tit ACT Ol*’ LAND, situated and lying upon Patterson’s Creek, in the county of Hampshire, now in the possession and occupation of William Armstrong, Sr. oi the said county. Tliis tract contains upwards of Five Hundred Acres, and is said to he of a very su perior quality; it will bn sold un der the provisions of two Deeds of Trust: the first executed by William Armstrong, for the benefit of William Steer and J tunes Steel , for the security of different sums of money due to them; and the second executed by the said Armstrong, for the benefit of David Hoffman, administrator, rie bonis non, «f Mattherv Steen, dec’d. 'I he sale will take place upon the premises, at 12 o’clock on the day uhove mentioned: the terms will be eaah.—A title will be made to the purchaser under a final decree of the superior fcourf ot chance ry at the term next ensuing. j. k.:pa(*b* Trustee $ Commissioner under the Decree. October G — ids. ~ Jncssrs. inomas It. Hamnv>na; nonert (J. Grayson; John It.Campbell, snrx'i •ving partner nj Poland Campbell; James Huberts; Alexander IJolhday, John Jlackif and George Or nek. late merchants, trading under the name and firm of Holliday, Manky Co. ; Thomas Huberts and Kean P. Taylor, PLEASE TO TAKE NOTICE, tiiat on Satjrday the third »Iuy of Norember next, between sunrine and *on«et, wo filial I attend at lb® office of Lem'I Bent io Winchester for the pur pose of taking the deposition of Hoe tor Bell, Samuel McCormick and Mat thew Hunt, to be offered *» evidence in a suit in the Superior court of Chan cery hidden at Winchester depending wherein you are plain:itl'4 and wc aro i defend an la. ROBERT O. HI T K. ALKHKH II POWELL. FKItttlTKON BELL. WILLIAM COOKE. RICH. H. BECKWITH* Frederick county, Get- Gtb—-tdir. I 6 9* wrefis Virginia to wit: viT Rules h olden in the ClerVs Office of the Superior Court of Chancery for the Hinchester District theJirst Monday in Sept. 1821. John Nichols and Samuel Nichols, ez« ecuturs of Amos Nichols, deceased, Flaiolilfi, AGAINST Samuel Light, executor and devisee of Peter Light, deceased, and Henry Bedinger, Defendants. rjpHE Defendant, Samuel Light, jj uot having entered his appearance and given security according to the Act of Assembly and the Kules of this Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of this country : It is ordered, Thai • ho said Defendant do appear here on the first day of the next term and an< swer the bill of the Plaintiffs ; and • hat a copy of this order be forthwith inserted iu some newspaper published iu Winchester, for two months succes sively, and another copy post d at the Tront door of the Court House ia the said town of Wiuchestar. A Copy—Teste, DANIEL LEE, c. c. c. September t 5—O. W» Virginia to wit: AT Rules holdCn in the Clerk's Office rf the Superior Court of Chancery Jor the It inched er District the first Monday in September, 1851. John Esther, administrator of P?t°r Either, dec'd, 1'laiutitl*, AGAINST Daniel Fetter, administrator of Angus McDonald, dec'd. Defendant, f S ^ 11E subpoena scirefacins awarded to rpvive this suit in this name of John Esther, administrator of Peter Esther, deceased, net being executed 1 oa the defendant, ond it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of this country: 1 Jt is ordered, That the said Defendant do nppeur here on fTie 1st day ofth next term and show cafJse why this suit shall not be revived; uml that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in Win chester, for two months successively, anil another copy posted at the front door of the Court House iu the s^sd tow n of Winchester. A Copy—Teste, AN’ISL L&E, c. c. o. September 13—C, M. ui i^euiMs PEV.01A'AVTC in the Post Office, at llomncy, if not taken cut before Hie first day of January ne.rt will be sent to the General l'ost Office.. Thomas Atliy Asa Metcalf B \Ym. Buffington Daniel Belfort] John Brown Mrs. Black Thomas BafheJow Mrs. Mary Black Rev. If. Boyd C Mr. C. CntJcr Jonathan Curlilo Clerk of 114 Reg’t John Cline Jacob Crn.is Janies Corbin K. Ciiilcr Andrew Curry Herbert Cool Thomas Cockerell Abbot Carder I) Robert Davison James Dayton Dudley Dodge Edward J. Dver P William Koley n M. D. Moorn Gporge Myers Thomas Mulladv Charles T Magi II 3 N Elizabeth Newman P. M. Pol an Abraham FoSfoO David Parsons John Parker .Peter Parker James Parker Solomon Parker Jacob Pugh John W. Powell Mr«.. M. Parker S Kdward Perrill U Samuel Unsgell Joseph I toss Peter Roadruck ■William Ricky John Race 8 Daniel Stover Jacob Station Tt'rannia Qlrnl iinw Uifiharrl Georgei .lames Slark Thoma* Grimes John N. Shank (teor^p Gale Joyiati Smoot KlijahGreenweM 2 Anthony St other Abraham Good II Peter Heitkell Joseph Hawk C. Mai-kell 2 .Inhn High David Henderson Thorna-* Harris John Haminnck Tluiinh* Hiekmnn James Hamilton James IIall ( John Smitbr George Shnrf Hh’IT of Hampshire 10. Southall George Somerville T Wm. Thompson Wm. Torrence •lol.’j Temple lltehard Tucker K!i«hn Tompson William Tcdero lT Abr'm. \X InskeepSamuel lJmpstot .1 Conrad Umpslot Robert Junes V K A. Vanmeter Mrs. Kirk W Mr*.Susanna KellyF. White 2 I< Jemimah Wellon Daniel l.orrence lamep Watts David Lons; James Wadkins Noah J.ajevv Daniel Whip M John B. White 2 M. J. W hite Walter Way land Samuel Williarr'OD Z Geo. Z;mmerinan JOHN JACK, P. M. Homncjr. Oeti 30—8t Ephraim Means James N, Maloy John Maliek Col. M'Carty ? _ and F. While $ FOR SALK OH RENT* ISLAND MILLS, counting or A MLKl HANT and SAW MILL, together with 40 Acres of good >antl. situated on Gooie Creek, live utiles uouih of Leesburg, Loudon county, lately in (lie possession of Jacob Myers deed. The above property will be sold agreeably to the present times. Application to be made to Mr. Wm. Cooke, Leesbtlrg; Mr. Isaac Vandiven der, near Leesburg, or to the suhscri* her, Winchester, Frederick county Va. Oct. 6—tf. J VAN IUTSK1UK.. Virginia. Jit a Court held for Frederick County the 1st day of October 1 TTPON the petition of John Hop kins, & it appearing to the satis, faction of theCourt that iiei.jnuitn G, t)rr, Executor of John D, Orr deed, is not an inhabitant of this Common wealth. It is ordered that the said Ben jamin I). Orr e xecutor of John D. Orr deed, do appear here on the 2nd day of November Court next to shew cause, if any he hath, why he shall not give se curity for tic faithful performance of his duties m executor as aforesaid, or in default thereof have his powers as executor revoked and administra tion de bonis non, with the will afore said annexed, granted upon the es'.tte of the said John 1J. Orr deed. A Cop}—Te»t« JAMES KEITH o, r, c, October 0, trt2i. Virginia to wit. J T ftides tiolilev in the Clerk's Office of the Superior Court nf Chancery for (he ifinchcsUr District the first JiomUtij in September, 1821. Samuel Farke, Plaintiff, AO AtNST Leonard Jones, Jostph Baker nnd Da vid Cibaon, Defendants; TMIF Defendant Leonard Jones not having entered his appearance and given security accrrdiug lo the Ael of Assembly and the Holes of tlii.s Cottrt, and it appearing fy satisfactory evi dence, that he i*> rot an inhabitant of this country : It is ordered, I'hr.t the sail! Defendant d< appear here an : !<c hrst day of the nett term and answer the bill of the Pliintiff; ami that a copy of this order bo forthwith insert ed in some newspaper published in W intheater, for too months succes sively, and another copy posted at the front door of the Cotit: House in the said town of Winchester. A Copy— Toite, DAN I LL LRK, c. c. c. September 15—X. Burlington, Hampshire Co. frequent soiiciutinns of many fi. persons, who have been desirous of establishing themselves at lliis place, added to the earnest dedre nf the sub scriber to pay his just debts, have at longth determined himto lay off gome 15 ot 20 HALF ACUK LOTS at the above place, which will he offered at public sale, on the premises, on Friday the 2d of Nov. next. Burlington (oi Vandiver’s Store) is situated to miles above llomney, at the intersection of the main Western road leading to Clarksburg, Marietta. Use. and to Pen dleton, Moorefield, Krankford, &e.— As a place of business and for publici ty of situation it is not surpassed hy any country place. Situated in a popu lous, wealthy, and, ccitaiulv, the moat fertile part of Hampshire County, it offers many advantages to young Mb. chanies who nre iust settimr out in the world. To the Merchant also it otters superior advantages: a store having been for many years kept here, expe rience has shewn that a capital invest ed in that business could not, at eny o llier plate, be more profitably employed. The attention of Mechanics is particu larly invited to the object in view ; so favorable an opportunity of permanent ly scttlingthemselvcs will, in all proba bility, not soon again occur* There ate convenient to this place a Fulling Mill and Carding Machine. There will be offered for sale, at the lime and place above mentioned, an excellent SITE fora FLOUR MILL, SAW MILL, or any oilier description of Machinery. It may, without eiag* geratton, be observed, that few situa tions in this country hold out greater inducement* to the capitalist who may be disposed to engage in the Milling or Manufacturing business. The sub. scriher will also offer at public sale, at the same time and place, a few valuable NEGROES;—also CA'l TLE, HOUSES, and other stock, upon the ! whole of which a liberal credit will be given. As the <lp*ign of this sale is to enable the subscriber to pay his debts with promptitude, those to whom he may be in any wise indebted are in* vited to attend. The terms and all partirnlsrs necessary to he known will be communicated at the time » f sale. JACOB VANDIVKH. Burlington, liampslme county, > Svpliuter 1st. \$81, > Land For Sale. Jwill sell upon good terms \ TRACT OF LAND, coniainiig! 600 Acres, lying on Babb's ruu, in the County of i Frederick about nine miles from \V in. ! cheater. The whole, except about ! twenty Acrpa, ia heavily clothed wiih yellow Pine, and has upon it a newly ereeted HAW MILL, constructed upon the < _best plan, aud built in the ' tn»t milliner. Winchester is near e* m nnugh to ailord a convenient market lor plank and scantling, and the impro ving condition of the town must ensure its continuance and certainty. 1 here i is also upon the land, a comfortable House for a small family, Leroy P Daingerfieid, Esq. living! adjoining the land, is authorized to sell, or to rent. THOM AS T. FAUNTLEROT. Septemper Stk—tf. I n Farmers of Virginia. 'J^aObE Farmers and Plantei* who Ja. are desirous of furnishing their grounds with the best kinds of Grafted Fruit, may be supplied on very moderate term®, from tho extensive Nursery of Daniel Smith, of New Jersey. Thus, Jit small cost, may the Farmer beautify his grounds and furnish his table with delicious fruit in its season, and may moreover be riclry remunerated with the surplus produce of his orchard f.t • ho neighbouring markets. Surely no state of the Union he* a climate better adapted to the growth of fruit, and vet the attention paid to its cultivation^ i« yet very limited. I have furnished Mr. Charles I »tie, of \\ in-1.ester with a cataSngue of the fruit of ibis nursery, w ho will distribute them gratis. Indi viduals desirous of procuring trees will picture forward their orders to my cure "'hn will tire to their being faithfully executed. It is expected the Tices "ill be paid for on delivery, together iv i lli » small ex pence of freight. GKOROP DRINKK1L JJgent for D v NlF.L SMITH. AIpxhnill ih 29ih 9Mo 1821. Arriiu v i FAMILY MEDICINES, Which ar»* celebrated for tbe cure of most disorders 10 which the human body is liable, prepared only hy the sole proprietor, T. W. DYOTT, M. D. G i (iH-icon of the late celebrated Hr. Ho* bettson, oj P.d'inbur^h, And for rale in Philadelphia, only, at the pro» prietor’* wholesale and retail drug and tamiiy medicine warehouse, North-east corner of Second fy liace-streets, And, by retail, of his Agents throughout the Hotted States. DR. ROBERTSON’S , CELEBRATED STOMACHIC ELIXIR OF HEALTH, Price one dollar and fifty cents. V hich has proved, by thousands who have experienced its beneficial effects, to be the roost valuable medicine ever offered to tl.e pub I ic. for the cure of cough9, Colds, consumption, the whooping cough, ss’l.ma, pain in the brenst cramp, and wind in the stomach, head-ache, loss of appetite, indigestion, etc. For the I)) sent ary or I jix. Cholera Morbus, severe gripings, and other diseases of the bow els, and the sumimr complaint in children, it hac proved a certain remedy, and restored to perlcct health from the greatest debility. Persons afflicted with Pulmonai y con.plaints or disorder of the Breast and I rings, even in the most advanced state, will find immediate relief. Common Coughs and Colds, which are in general occasioned by obstructed perspira* tion, will be found to yield to its benign influ ence in a few hours. In Asthmatic or Consumptive complaints, Hoarseness, \\ heezings, Shortness of Breath, and the Hooping Cough, it will give immediate relief; UK. KUJBJCiKJ aO^I 8 VEGETABLE NERVOUS CORDIAL. Or, Nature’s Grand Restorative. Price £1 50 Cents Is confidently recommended, as the mostef ficacinus medicine for the speedy relict and cure of all nervous complaints, attended with inward weakness, depression of the spirits, head-ache, tremor, faintness, hysteric fits, de» bility, seminal weakness, fleets, and various complaints resulting from secret impropriety nl youth and dissipated bahit3, residence in warm climates, the immoderate use of tea, the unskilful or excessive use of mercury, so often destructive to the hun.au race, diseases pecu liar to females at a certain period of life, Flour. Albus, barrenness etc. Under the denomination of net votts disorders, are included several diseases of the most dan gerous kind, and are so various that a volume would hardly suffice to complete » description of them- It pervades with its baleful influ ence, the whole nervous system, writhing the heart with inexpressible anguish, and exciting the moat dreadful suggestions of honor and despair. To this demon have thousands fallen a sacrifice in the direful transports of its rsge. The most common symptoms of its com mercement, sre weakness, flatulence, palpita tions,watchfulness, drowsiness after eating, ti. midity, flashes of bent and cold, numbness, cramp, gidd ness, pains in the head, hack and loins, h ick up, d ifficulty of respirat ion and de glution, anxiety, dry eotigh, etc. The vegetable Nervous cordial is also a great Antiscorbutic Medicine, and isof infinite service for purifying the blood and curing those foul disorders of the skin which com monly appear in *he form of scurvy, surfeit, red blotches, carbuncles, ulcers, etc. etc. A dose of f»r. tlyott's Anlibilioi*. Pillv, tsk n occasionally with this medicine, provea of ad 1 ditional service in the lsst minlioned eases. DR. RORKRTSON’S CELEBRATED GOUT AND RHEUMA TIC DROPS, Po? ft-0 Della's. A safe and effectual cure for the gout, H <•rnni. tisni, lumbago, atone and gravel, swelling and weakness i>t joints, sprains, Lusts, iul all kinds of green wounds, the cramp, pan . in the head, face and body, stitinras u> the neck, chil blains, froitn lindis, etc. DR. OYGTTS PATENT H H OINTMENT, . For pleasantness, sslit), expeditin', ease and certainty is infinitely si.pt nor to *r « c'ber medicine tor the cure of that irr-at ouagreeaa b’esmi torn,noting disrrcli r. th« Itch. Prive bV cents per box. DR. UOREKTiiON’S PATENT STOMACH BITTERS, Price oh e dollar. Which are celebrated Ivr itrtt^ihriiing tvcik stomachs, increasing the appt tne; and a certain preventative and cure for the tt'trand ague, etc. For the fever and ague, a malady so prtva lent throughout the southern stales, and af* dieting to families residing in aji low countries redundant with marshes, lakes, stagnated pools, rivet s, these celebrated and universally eatetn rd Bitters have surpassed every remedy ever administered for tl'.e relief and cure of the meat obstinate oppressor of the human frame; numerous instances ol their efficacy have been testified, af'er tbc baiks and v*ti> us other extolled prescriptions failed, they proved successful to the admiration of those who experienced and witnessed the happy effects. Dk. ROIiERTSOiVS INFALLIBLE WORM DESTROYING* LOZENGES. A medicine universally esteemed for destroy, irtg every species of worms—prices 50 cents. 6gnif>iofns—The common symptoms of the worms are paleness of the countenance, at other times flushing of the face, itching ot the nnsc and about the seat, starlitand giindmg of the teeth in sleep, swelling of the upper lip, the appetite sometimes b.d, at other times voracious ; looseness, disagittshle breath, a hard swelled belly, great thirst, tbr urine Irothy and sometimes of a whitish color, griping or clioltc pairs, an involuntary dis chatge of saliva, especially when t-slrep ; fre quent pains in the sides, with a diy ct.rjjh, and unequal pulse ; palpitations of the l.eatt awoonings, cold sweats, palsy, epileptic fits. Sec. Though numberless medicines are extolled f.ir expelling and killing worms,none are equal in efficacy to lfr. Itobertion’s II arm JJestrcy. ing Lozevges; they are mild in their operation and may be given the youngest intact witU safety. CIRCASSIAN EYE WATER, Price 50 cents. A sovereign remedy for ail disorders of the eyes, whether arising from cold, inflammation. DR. DYOTT’S ANTI-BJLIOUS PILLS, For (be prevention and cure of Billobl and Malignant Fe'ers. Price 25 centt—large boxes 50 cents. Those Pills, it timely administered, wiil rF* move the causes a Inch commonly produce In* termittent, Hemitlent, Fihcus and Yellow Fe vers, BihoUa Cholic, Pleurisy, l)>sentery. Worms, Bilious Yomitingj Flatulence, India gestion, loss ol appetite, Lostivenrss, Epilep tic Fits, Hypochondria and Hysterical slice* tiona, foul Stomach, Colds and Coughs, Asth ma, Scurvy, Strangury, Gravel, Rheumatism and Gout. They are particularly Serviceable in ft main disorders, snd especially in the removal of those obstructions which are the great source ot their complaints at certain periods ; they possess this eminent advantage over most pur gatives, that while they operate gently, they produce neither cosliveness, debility, nor too great excitement ; whenever there is a predis position to a disease arising from marsh etflu* sit, cr a too copious use of ardent spirits, or a vitiated stale state of the bile, they are sure to relieve. They are highly Recommended to travellers, by sea and land, as they may be made use of w ith the utmost safely without change ot diet or exercise. They will be found peculiarly beneficial in the prevention of disorders inci dental to warm climates,-—they deterge and cleanse viscid humors, open obstructions, promote the secretion of good bile, operating as a cathartic aud powerful diuretic ana diaphoretic. MAliY’S 1’LAlSTER CLOTH, Approved and recommended by all the most eminent pbysiciana ol Philadelphia. This plaisler cloth, »o well known in tba United States, and particularly in the city of Philadelphia, is a sovereign remedy against ulcers, however old and iuveterate; also, can* cers, ervsipelas, wens, lumps,scrofula, fistula, white sw elling, sore breast, felons, whitlows, biles, carbuncles, etc. etc. It curca sprains, bruises, pains in the back, swelling snd pains in the joints, scalds, burns, chilblain, sofa legs, and wcutids tending to suppuration : it draws cauterised gores or issues very success fully and without pain ; dissipates the pain of the gout and rheumatism in a short time ; as it softens the skin, it is used successfully for the cure ol corns on the feet. *1 hi* plaisler is recommended to mariners an* others who travel by sea or by land. un. jjiui i a INFALLIBLE TOOTH ACHE DROPS'. Vrict 50 cents. THE RESTORATIVE DKNT1FRIC, For cleansing, whitening and preserving the Teeth and Gums. This valuable preparation por»e«^ thfc most salutary virtue in cleansing sad beatili Tying the teeth ; in its composition it fs perfectly free from acid or any other pen>*cioue property liable to rorrode, or in an) »t injure the teeth, for which reason is attribute <'■ the safety of its tree, and the preference it ha» obtained over other preparations intend, fi l< similar purposes .• it strengthens the gun*, eradicates the scurvy, sweetens the bread, preservea the teeth from decaying, and pre. Fcrvcs them from achirg, and the occeaaityof having them drawn, Ac. Since the above invaluable medicine* wetf first discovered, upwards of tnoi hundred thousand person have experienced their happy and salut»ry effect', many of whom from the lowest stage of their disorders. Take notice* that cac‘- and all of the above genuine medicine* are signed on the outside covers wilh’tbe signature of ihe •clepropr ietic T. fr. BYOTT, M. D. CZj \ frrtflt supply of the shove medicines just freeiceil and for tale by V11.1 fAM MILLER, winchester, ufr re pamphlets, «*«■ tainu g Crr'.ficaUs of cures, Ice. B‘.*V 'T f*i« r»'?> xriwiwr-. JwA- at, it?i*