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h'kt Indian Agent, Wiley Thompson Lieut.
Constantine Smith, Erastus Roger*, an two oth
er*,Were murdered br the Indian*.
On Monday the 23th nil., a party of ten rocu,
dining at the house of Erastus Rogers, Sutler, at
Camp King, wen- fired upon while silting at ta
ble, by a party of Indians. The hnusa was not
abore 250 yards from the block house. Rogers
was sitting at the bead of his table, when the first
information firen of the presence of the foe was
a rolley of, it is thought, at least 1<K) shot, pour
ed in upon them through the open deor.
Tha Indians rushed U|K>tt the house. Those
in, not killed, sprang out of it, at the windows,
on each side. Fire, fleeing forCamp King, es
caped. The other*, fleeing for a hammock close
by, were shot down.
The fire of this party Haiti, were General
Thompson, Indian agent, Lieut. Smith, Erastus
Rogers, the Sutler, Sugg*, & Hitzler. Through
General Thompson were shot fifteen bullets and
sixteen through Roger*. The Indian* scalped
all, taking off their scalp clear around the head,
a* far as the hair extended, and lhcn beating in
their skull*. The heads of Roger# and Suggs,
were shockingly mangled. AM thi* was done
in open day-light, within 250 vards of Camp
King -and iu view of lhe fifty U. S. troops
there at that lime, it hy did they not rnsli out
to their rescue, or rather, why did they not ply
the two six-pounders iu the block bouse, upon
these bold savages, committing, before their
face and eyes, within two hundred aud fifty
yards, such deeds ol barbarity.
On Sunday morning, fhe 1 Oth inst., Ihe
dead body of a man was found lying on
the turnpike about a tnilleand a half below
‘this place; and on examination, it was
found to be that of a poor invalid, by the
name 6f Michael O'Brfen, Mho had been
living for some time in this neighborhood J
A coroner’s Jury was summoned, who re
turned a verdict “ that the deceased came
to his death by exposure to the cold ”—
Va Fret Prest.
Melancholy Event —On Mon day' last
Mr. Jacob Hummer of this county, while
attending to a threshing machine in opera
tion on his larm, was entangled in it ami
instantly killed.—ib
33 ZE33.
On Sunday morning last, in this place,
Mrs. Eliza Boyd, aged 33 years, consort
of Mr. James S Boyd. The deceased has
left beluud her a large family or children,
and a numerous circle of friends ai.d relit
tiucs to mourn her loss.
“ Friciul after friend departs,
Who has not lost a friend f”
Departed this life ia the animating prospect of
a belter, on the 27th of December, 1375, Mrs
Ann Hannah, wife of Mr. James Hannah, and
eldest daughter of Mr. Stephen Mayer, in the
72d year of her age. Seldom has the giave clo
sed upon the remains of a more excellent woman.
She wss a good specimen of the simplicity and
•rtlessuess of primitive Christianity, it, rdorues
tic and religious obligations were discharged
with cheerfulness and punctuality. Having ma te
•n avowal of her attachment to the cause of tiio
Redeemer, she sustained her profession by the
cxact performance of all its public amt private
duties. The disposition which induced tier to
desire and promote the happiness of others, se
cured for her in return the affectionate good will
of all, who by any means were thrown within
Ihe circle of her kind anil gentle influence. She
met her last & only enemy with composure & has
entered we doubt not upon “that rest which re
mains for the people of LioJ.
“An Angel’s arm could not snatch her from the
Legions of angels cannot confine her there.”
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ats publication, though much beyond w hat was
Anticipated, still leaves it iua condition to need
n considerable increase of its subscription list.
January 28. 1835
I^OIt RENT.—The House and Lot
- on King street, one door ivest of (tie
Republican Ollice, at present occupied by
Mr. Thomas Harris; also, a small House
and Lot on John stteet, near the old Ger
man Church. Persons disposed to tent
■can make application to
Martinsburg, la-n. £8 — 3t
T&VOTICE.—Persons indebted to the 19
(ate of George Snowdiel, dec'll, as
well 89 those having unsettled accounts
with said ilcc’d, arc respectfully requested
to come forward and settle (he same ; and
those holding notes. See. of said dec’d will
present them also, as it ft the tvi' h of the
-undersigned to settle up the estate as soon
•s practicable. J. vv. BOYD,
Jldm'r of G Snotcdiel, dee d
January, 28,1836 —St
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
John Perril, for purchases made at
the sale of his personal property, or oth
erwise, are notified that immediate pay
ment is required. Alt having claims a
gainst said estate, are requested to pre
sent them for settlement.
AllGH’D ODEN. Mm'r
of John Perril, deed
January 28, 1830—8-v
I’he subscriber, agent for the heirs ofj
Jacob Shartell dec’d. will offer for a mo
nied rent, on Salutday (lie lSth day of
February nest, at 12 o'clock, m. a tract
of Land, belonging to said heirs, contain
ing about
lying on the Opequon Creek, about one
mile and a half ft out the town of Martins
burg. Jlhout ~0, acres if the said tract it
first rate Opequon Rollout Land, and the
remainder upland.
January 28, 1886-3vv
Shingles wanted-w« want to
purchase twelve thousand good Black
Oak Shingles; delivered by Ihe 20ih Fe
bruary. J. W. BOYD & Co.
We will also purchase a large quantity
ef good Pine Plank J \V. B & Co.
January 28, 1836
VIRGINIA; —lu the Circuit Superior Court
of Law and Chancery for Berkeley County :
January Rules, 1336.
William Leigh and Mary Susan Selden Leigh,
suing by their next friend Benjamin Watkins
Mary l.iiaai Thomas, Lucy Ann Colston, nnd
Mary Aun Nicholson dtflt.
HHHE defendant, Mary Ann Nicholson,
H. not haring entered Iter appearance
aud given security, according to the act
of assembly and the rules of this court,
and it appearng by saiisiactory evidence
that she is out of ibis Commontvealth : it
is ordered, that the said defendaat do en
ter her appearance to this suit on the first
day of the next term, and answer the bill
of the plainlitr, and that a copy of this or
der be published in any newspaper wuhin
in this county, at.d continued lor i months
successively, aud another copy thereof
posied at the front door of the Court
House of ihc said county,
A Copy.—Ts»te,
January 14, 18.16— 2m
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Georgetown, 1). C.
?eit SALS.
The undersigned clFcis for sale his pro
perty in Maitiiisluirg, situated on King
street and the public square.
It consists of the Dwelling Home, in
his occupancy, the commodious
STOUK lIOUSl'j, in which lie
conducts the mercantile business IJiJ.JiaS*
|and the Frame House, opposite1 ■
the Globe Tavrin, occupied as offices l.y
Charles I). Siew.ut E»q . and Doct. Da
: vis No properly in the place, combines
.ir. a greater degree, the necessary arrange
I merits for the comfortable ami agreeable
I accommodation of a family, and llie ad
vuutge of situation fur prosecuting the
mercantile business 7'he Dwelling house
and Store House will be sold together or
separately. The Dons? occupied by Mr
Stewart and Disci. Dr vis, would make a
comfortable Dwelling for a family having
four rooms all with lire [ laces, and a large
slor.c huihtjng, used as a Stab!?, It will
lie sold with oi separate from the proper
ty. Being anxious to se'I. I will give a
goad bargain in the above property and
|make the te;nis accommodating.
| January 21, 133d
j V'XiwQ-JKi.il—At rules held in the Clerk’s
i Office of ihe County Court of Berkeley the -1th
j day January 1336.
Charles 1). Stewart P'iff
George Knu|)(i,David Rosenbcr^er, William
Watson, John Cans, and James M Cluro.
r 8 HE defendant George Kntipp, not
! 8 having entered Ins appearance and
given security according to law, and it ap
peering to the Court that tic is not an in -
[habitant of the Commonwealth, it is or
dererl, that the. said Defendant do appear
htuo on the second Monday mi April next,
and answer the lull of the plaintiff: and
it is directed, that this order be published
in the Martin string Gazette, tor two
months successively, and posted at the
fiont dour of the Court House of the said
County. A copy—Teste.
Clerk of Berkeley County Court.
January 21, 1836—2m.
ViKGXTPXAt-At rul.-« held ill Ihe Clerk’
Office of lite Comity Court of Beikclcv, tho 4th
day of January 1336.
George 1. Baltz, flfjf.
(Jcorge Kmipp, David Roicnbarger. William
Watson, John Karin, and Julia M’Clurc.
dr fit.
^inHE defendant, George Knupp not ha
u eoteted bis appearance and given se
cuiity according to law, and it appearing
to the Court, that he is not an inhabitant
of the Commonwealth, it is ordered, that
Hie said defendant do appear here on the
second Monday in April next, and answer
the I ill of the plaintiff. And i1 is direct
ed that this older tie published in ihe
Murlinsburg Gazette, for two months sue
cessively, and posted at the front door of
the Court House of the said County.
A copy—Teste.
Clerk of Beikcley County Court.
Jan’y. 21. 1836,—2m
Farm for Kent.
rHXji''. Farm belonging to the liens c>(
a. Philemon Chenoweth ilec’d, lying on
the road leading from Martinsborg to Gar
rardstown, near the Quaker meeting house
and containing about ONE HUNDRED
jIN D FIFTEEN JlCRES of excellent
land, will be publicly offered for a monied
rent, on Sul unlay the Ct/i day of February
next, at one o'clock /’. .1/. by the suhsnbtr,
Administrator of the said dec’d.
January, 21, 1836— 3t.
ivto rTcie~.
F1RSONS indebted to the estate of Mr
James Wright, deed, are respretful
ly requested to make payment and those
who have claims against the estate will
please present them properly aulhentica
led lor settlement
SILAS OAK, Adtn’r.
January 21, 1836—Is
Strained Sperm OIL, at the Diug
Store of It. M‘SHERUY.
January 14, 1836.— 01
fa KESH LEMONS, Raisins, Prunes,
Bl Figs, and Filberts, for sale by
January 14, 1836.— 41
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VITf CvSiMIA!- In the Circuit Superior Court
of Law and Chancery for Berkeley Ccuu!y :
January Rules, 1336.
Sarah Rush, pUJf.
The personal representative of Robert F. Turner
dee’d; Davenport Orrick, ami William Orn
dorff; and the heir* at law and administrator
of Benjamio S. Abell, dic’d drflt.
Thc. defendant Davenport Orrick, not
having entered his appearance and given
security, according to the act of assembly
anti the rule* of this court, and it appear,
ing by satisfactory evidence that lie is out
of this Commonwealth : it is ordered, that
the said defendant do enter his appearance '
to this suit on the first day of the next j
term, and answer the hill of the plaintiff,
anil that a copy of this order be lorthwitb '
published in any newspaper within this \
county, and continued lor two months
successively, and another ropy posted at
the front door of the Court House of tbe
said county.
A Copy.—Teste,
January 14. lS3(i—2m
. v.R 9 'ln A X HOHEB,.
r gvAKEN up by the undersigned in the
fi month of November last a Sorrel ]
Horse, about five feet high, supposed to
tie nine years old, has heretofore hail a
sore back, shod all around, trots and pa
ces, has a star in his forehead,and a email
blare in the lower part of his face, right
hind foot white, and appraised at forty
dollars. The owner of said horse is re
quested to come, forward, prove property,
pay charges and take him away.
Garardstown, Jan. 21, 1956-3w
vmomui tu the C.'ireuit Superior Com
°c Caw unit Chiiicrrv for Berkeley Couotv
January Ruler. 1636.
Nathan Rom pltff.
lokn Suber lod TtBoai Maslin d(J'ts,
The defendant, John Sober. not bavins
entered his appearance and given security
according to the act of Assembly and the
rules of this court, nnd if appearing by
talisfactory evidence that hh is out of this
Commonwealth : it is ordered, that the
laid defendant do enter his appearance to
his suit on the first d»v of the next term,
tnd answer the bill of the plaintiff, anti
hat a copy of this order be forthwith pub
ished in any newspaper within this cox n
y> and continued for two months succc*
■ivelv. and another copy thereof posted at
he front door of the Court fiuuso of the
laid county.
A Copv—Teste,
January 14. 1836— Um
rxROIKXA: —In the Circuit 8u|M*rior Court
of Law end Chancery for Utikelry Count) :
January Ruler. 183b.
Ann Elizabeth Nicholi, who suet by her next
friend, Andrew McCleary pltjf.
lohn McOleury, Banou Cainjib. ll ex'rof Chaa.
Orritk dcc’d, and Conrad llogiuirc ilfjts
THE defendant, Conrad Hogmire,
not having entered his appearance
itul given security, according to the act
of assembly and the titles of litis court,
and tl appearing by satisfactory evident**
lliat he ta out of Ibis Commonwealth: it
is ordered, that the said defendant do en
lev bis appearance to this suit on the first
J:«y of the next term, and answer tiro bill
of the plaintiff and that a copy of this or
der be loithwith published in any news
paper within this county, and continued
for two mouths successively, and another
ropy thereof posted at the front door ol
llie Court House of the suid county.
A Copv —Teste,
January 14, 1836—‘ist
VI.TGXSJI A: — At rules hidden In the Clerk'
ofiice nf the Circuit Superior Court of I,«w &
Chancery for Morgan County, on Monday tin
7tli day of December, 183o.
Philip C. Pendleton j)IIff,
Lawrence MeKeirunn. John O'Fcrrnl ndminis
trator of Ignatius O'Ferral dec'd, ai d Jonn
than Mauru. drill.
'JIHE defendants, Lawrence McKeir
3 man, and Jonathan M mro, not ha
ring enlered llieir appearance, and giver
security according lo tire Act of Assenthl;
and the rules of this court, and it appear
ing hy sativfactoiy evidence that they an
not inhabitant* of this commonwealth ; i
is ordered, that the said defendants do up
pear Iir.ro on the first day of the next tern
anti answer the complainants t ill, and Ilia
a copy ol this order be published in somi
newspaper in Martinshurg, for two month
successively, and a hke copy potted a
the front door of the Court-House in thi
said county of Morgan,
A Copy.—Teste.
Dccrmbcr 8, 1835-2m
V XRGIKXA;--In the Circuit Superior Com
of Law ami Chancery fur Berkeley County
January Rules, 1S36.
Corutiiun To I siui and Sarah his wifu pllff*.
Joel Ward, Richard Beeson and Elizabeth hi
wife lute Elizabeth Crumley, Benjamin VT
Jefferson, and George Kwituley and lletle
his vvil'o late Hester Ward drjts.
Tub defendants, HicharJ Beeson am
Elizabeth Irs wife late Elizabeth CfumWj
not having entered their appearance uni
given security, according to the act o
assembly and the rules of this ruuit, am
it appearing by satisfactory evidence Ilia
they art) out of this Commonwealth: it i:
ordered, that the said defendants do e tc
ihrir appearance to this suit on (lie firs
day of the next term, and answer the hit
of the plaintiff, and that a ropy of (hi* nr
tier be forthwith published in any news
paper within this county, and continue!
lor two months successively, and anotlie
copy thereof posted at the ftont door o
the Court House of the said county.
A Copy.—Teste.
January 14, 1836—2m
f|MlH subscriber will sell at private
stile, the house and lot now oc
cupied by .Mrs Tabb, situated on main
street, Maitinsburg. T he house is twe
stories high, well situated for a mechanic
of any kind On the lot arc a number ol
young thriving fruit trees. Possession gi
yen the first of April next. Also,
The house and lot now occupied by’the
Rev. W. C. Matthews, situate on the cor
ner of Buike street, and bpring Alley —
This house will he sold or rrnted on ap
plication lo the subscriber Thi* house is
arge ami convenient, and has one of the
iiest gardens in the town, attached to it.
January 14, 1836—tf
.N A K 1 l(u OAVinuB I RaTITVl IU*f , /
December 30, 183j. jj
The undersigned, n committee appoint
id by the Hoard of Directors, to examine
nto the allairs of this institution, agreea
>ly to the prov’uions of the charter, am
ount as follows:
Hariintburfc Savings Institution, Da.
I'o weekly and monthly deposit
ors, - - - {3228 00
Special, do - 494(5 19
Individual, do - - . 73(5 97
Interest received, - - 70 31
Fines, &e., - - 18 (57
Unclaimed dividends, • - 6 80
{9012 94
ly amountofhonds and
note* discounted, {8253 03
“ Expense* paid, 20 75
•* Cash on hand, 739 11
-{9012 94
January 7, 1S3*.
or f&mi&t&M
PURSUANT to a decree of »fte Sup*
tior Court of Law amt ChaS»4err, tor
Berkeley county, prurtiuoccd 6£u of Oclo
her, 1835, in a suit in chancei y. iS which
Da\id Henscl and Niscjf Id* wife, late
Nancy C. Miller, and Samuel Chen<wvcth
and Mary bis wife, late Maty Miller, are
plaintiff*, ntrtns, Smith Miller and If mi
son Waite. Administrator! lie limit Am.
ol George Miller, dee'd, of Hester Millor,
dec'd, and of James Miller, dre'd. Sarah
Miller, and other*, defendant*,—the un
dersigned ComuusMoncrs, named by said
decree, will.
On tht 8th day of Ei binary, 1836,
Being the first day of Febmaiy (.'ourt, for
die county of Berkeley, expose to sale at
the Court House, in the tow n of Mailing
burg, the several traet* or parcels of land,
referred to in the proceedings in said suit
and herein described. 1 he land to be
sold Recoi ling to said decree, for one
third cash, (!»« l»-lance in two equal pay-j
men!* o( one and 'no year*, v*it»» interest
from the day of sab*, until payment—the
purchaser, or purchase e*. to give b ind and
•eeufltjr and a deft? of trust on tha land'
to secure the deferred pay *ocaU.
I The place railed tie Psai Place,
conlaining about THREE HUMORED
land. This is (he tract of land ot» which
Smith Miller now livrs.Rdjoining the bind*
of Rob't W. Lyle, Philip C. Chenoi*eth's
heirs, and others Theie is on tht*jsrid a
comfortable Jhrtllinn llnutt, a good Ji.ii ’2,
and other Out Buildings.
tl ’Phe place called the Fjidi.kser
Place, containing about Tim liuntliel and1
uventy four ACRES. Mi*. Sarah Miller,
the widow of Wm. I) Milirr, dic'd, now
lives on this land, It adjoins the lands of
\V illiam Campbell, and on the head wa
teisof Middle Cm k. There is on this
place a comfortable Duelling llou>t, a
good Rain, &c.
I .i > a - ■ > .... ...
m. puire cat;eti me i imr.rmt'iu;
Peace, containing about t'OUH IEEJV
JUNES. There • on this land a mm 11
Dwelling Ih,use, Hint UliirksoiitU Shop, mul
is said to hi-* g.-od situation (or x Black
vrrvith : adjoin* llio lands of Philip (J.
Chenowe.th'* heir*, and other*.
4. The pl.irccxilrt) the MHiiirn Purr:
containing about TWENTY HUE J)
CUES, on the ivxtei* of Milt Cmli, xd
joining I ho lands ol Hubert Daniel, Me
Kown. Reese, Sir.
5. i be place exiled <he Mn.r. Pi ace,
containing about FIFTY JUNES. Tin’
land lies on (he Opequon, at.oni 3 mile*
from Martineburg-*--on which there v.xs
formeriy valuable merchant mill, wl.ich
• was consumed by (he : lh» srite is mid to
I be very valuable for any kind of water
work*, having the Advantage ol the whole
ij water of the Opfqon 1 Imre is a com
I; fortabic Duelling House, and *tinc otlicr
buildings on Ibis land And
i t> About FIF7EE.Y JUNES of land
I called the I.vle Place. This land is all
■ in tin.her, and said to be very good ; and
adjoins the land* of Win I,v I. nrd other*
The said several tracts will be put op
to public sale, aeparnttlv. The Ciumiii*
IrioBft! have stalld the numlnr of acre*
.according to tlic deeds, and the Cummit
| sior.cr's bock?—tiny will be mid as con
htainingthc quantity sfutril —hut without
any guarantee of quantity —the rale to be
j in the gros*.
'I These lands are hII ivitl.in six miles of
• Martinsburg, excepting the M-Gihen tract,
r.n Mill t ieik. and are ronsidueil good
lards. KI.ISHA BOVD,
, thas jas. faui.kner,
December 24, 1633.— ts
; VlHGXVTUA: — At n Court hold fur Uerkrb-y
l utility at the Court House, eu Muuduy Hie
Utli dey ol January, l,3(i
Patrick Y. Harry, ami Elizabeth bis w ifr, I .no
Elizabeth Miller, dsught.-r U Duvid Miller
[i deceased flljjt.
I: against
, William Showidler, and Elizabeth bis w.'f,, late
Elizabeth Miller, widow if David M.llir
deceased and the Hen* of said David Miller’
di erased *
f 'I'he ucfindants .lame* I) Mil'er, end
Madison Miller, not having mined iheii
nppcai ance, and given secuihy xccorrl
ing (o law, &, it appearing to die Court
that they ate not inhabitants of the
Coiiunonweullli; It is ordered, that ll,r
fcxid d« tendant* do uppr ar here on the 2d
Monday in .March next, and answer tit
J Bill of the Plaintiff*, and it is directed,
j that this order be published in the M»r
j linshqrg Gasetlo (or two month* metes
lively, and posted At the front door of
'the Court liuujr of the t-aid Coomy.
A Copy.—Teste,
January 14, 1830 — 2m
, 7IRCIKIA!-I» the Circuit Sup. rinr Court
of l.nur awl Chsmvry for iferkcj.-y County :i
Jai.usrv Rules, 1Su6.
: -Martin billetl, unit Joseph Hoary, and Charity
j F. lieury bis wife fHUTt.
James I*. Krskine ex’rof Rebecca Crouch UoC’d.
Lr»i Honstiaw nrtm’r ilu b»uis non of Az.l
Fletcher, doc'd; Philip Nadonbuusch, latv
sheriff of Berkeley County, coat ini itce ad m’r
of Thooias F. Fakes mid George (I. Fakes,
dec’ll; Harriet F Fuk.es, Isaiah Tunnel, Eli
sabeth II. Tuum.1, \\ m. II. Tuuuei, and Ma
ry A. C. liurke, rfr/t*
Thf. defendant*, except Levi Heushaw
and Philip Nadenhomch, nut having en
tered their appearance and given security,
according to the art id assembly and the
rules of (his court, and it appearing by
satisfactory evidence that they are out of
this Commonwealth : it is ordeted, that
the said defendants do enter their appear
ance to this suit on the first day of (lie
next term, &. aoswer the bill i*{ thn plain
til!', and that a copy of (bis order be lorlh
with published in any newspaper within
this county,and continued for two month*
successively, and another copy thereof
posted at the front door of the Court House
of the said county.
A Copy —Teste,
January 14, 1836 —2m
PERSONS iudehfed to the Post Office,
for postage and whose accounts are
of long standing, are hereby notilied that
all further accommodations ate suspended
until arrearages are paid.
January 7, I8S6—tf
VXIsGIWIAt At a Coart held for Berkeley
t'c uui v, at five Court-tiense, ou Monday thw
Htb day of Dcrsintwr, 1935.
J'Bpth Myers, adm'r with the will annexed of
J»«n s'Forman dic'd, (facing tn tbe uso of
Waihut^ton Khkhu * aerator of James F.
Forman dee d,) !>'<£■
1 .. . ogerMs/
William Ray and John U. Nappington. dtflt.
1W1HE. defendant, William Ray, not ha
il ring inltftd hi* appeal mufi and jpu
een security according to the art nf As
seuibiv anil (lit) rule* ofthi* Court, and it
appealing to thn court that he is not an
inhabitant of this Commonwealth, it ia
ordered i that the raid defendant «to ap
pear here on the second Monday in March
next, and answer the hill of the cou'pMn
ant; and it is further ordered, that fhiut
order be publish* d in the Martiiiaburg G*
xetle. lor two month* successively. and
ported at the front door of (her Court
House of said covin'y
Dee 41, IBJ*5.—4m
vxxraiFrtA?- At a Court held for llcrhch y
Comity, at tbe Court House, on Mm.day tlio
Hth day of Decrnibs r, IM15.
D-vrid Sensibly •arriving K*i color of ttemy
Scbiu bly, dec'd F’tff
again «(
Jacob Srhappert adnv'r ul John Mveri, ilcC'd,
George Mvrrs, John Myers, Willium Myers,
Archibald Myers, George Cro*f t and l.iixa
bvlh Ini Wife, Abrabaiu AmlrriM *«>* Iturba
ra bis wife, and James M. Wheat £ifl»
f|'HI defendant* George Mveri, r.nd
u Abraham Anderson, t-nd Urn lima
hi* wife, r.ut having entered tlicir appear
cnee and given security rccotding to the
a".t of Assembly, nrul the ride* of the
CovfTt, ami it appealing to the Court that
they *'f« not inhabitant* of Ibis Common
wealth, it i» ordered, that the said defen
dai.ti do oppear here, on the second Mon
day in Mat'h next, and «r «wer the. bill of
tbe complaiflhtt: and be it further order
ed, that this oi def bo published in tbo
Martinaburg Gaee.'te. f.ir two month* suc
cessively. and poatevf at tbe fiont door of
the Com t House of the said county.
December 2-1. 1835—2m
v iscu *jci i/: 3 -in uii'', i mu I jniporior Court
of Law ami Clisnerry lor Borki-ley County
8» pi cm her term ISSh.
I lif'iiia* I.nne (tunidiau uf tiro orphan cliilprrn
of John Miller deed. pUff',
Ilniry llaaorr, ailiu’r < f Aliralom Miller and
George Miller, dic’d, A!:ahiuu Mill r and
olhers Crfu,
t jMliS cause came on lo be heard upon
I the lull, set vice of process against
Henry Ui scire, Abml.im Aidler, AJiclim I
A/i!ler arid William Afiller, and more (ban
four month* havin'* elapsed and no nns.
rver having been filed by vaid defendants,
it is therefore. adjudged. ordered, and do -
erred, tbat this rpatter bo refetied to n
a Afaster rommui-iiinfr of this court st d
that be tic directed to settle Ilia account of
Hebry Uavorc as adiu'r of ilia estates if
Abraham and George Afiller dee’d, that
the said Ilaaore he required to niswct’ 11
pnn oath before the entimiissinners any
[iroper and peitinent questions that mev
t e propor mb d to him in referee cc toraiil
estates and the said commissioner is fu thtj
redirected to take mi account* to yum-'
jplalnant a§ *uardiuit of the deleaidant* *1
[i-ore named and nlso to state any matter*
deemed pertinent t»y him or which either
' it the paries may n quire to he specialty
:‘t«ti d am) make return of his report in due
•ime before the next term.
A Copy,
CcMM!«eic»n:tt’s OrritE, )
Marilnsburg, Jau’y 7, U3o. y
I he patties to the above suit will pleas*
to take notice that. I will attend at my
ctlirc in A/artinrburg on Satuiday the Gilt
day i f February next, for the purpose, of
can ring the nbove order into effect when
and where they will nlso attend with nil
the necessary evidence, papers, h vouch
era, which will enable me to make up the
required ri port.
January 7, IP35.—td
F'Uli SALK.—sTitk subscriber will
offer far sale lo the Mplie^t bidder. at
[riubli” auction, before the Court House
door in A/artiusborg,
Cn the Btli r>J Ft binary,
being roniI day, the valuable f.itw on Ihe
Potomac livir, in Berkeley county.beloi g.
mg to the estate of Emanurl Everso.'e,
dee’ll. T bis land adjoin* the lands < f.fa.
c«b Sei' crl and P. C. Pcndh ton, and con
fa in«
Of this, about ISO i* cteaied land ; at
least 100 ceres c,l Potomac low grounds,
I be upland i< strong limestone, and the
timber very tine The impmve- js.«—
merits are a pood Slone Dwelling
— the IJ.srn rot very good, a web»*'VirW
of excellent water before the door, aud a
never failing stream Pinning through the,
land. The mill and mill scut is not inclu
ded in the sale. Tin* (aim i* one of (be
roost eligible in this section of the eountrv,
lying as it does upon the Canal, and be
ing of good qualify.
Ihe term* ot sale Will leave the pur
chaser the option of pay mg one third on
(he 1st of April next, when the purchaser
can get possession of the land, and the ba
lance in two equal annual payment*, or
one half on the l*t of April, and the b:<
lance in tinee equal annual payments y in
either ease bo interest to he paid on thu
deferred payment*, until the days of pay
ment. The purchaser will be required to
secure the deferred payments until the
days of payment. T he purchaser will he
required lo secure Ihe deterred pruments,
l*» » deed of trust on the premia* ay
This property will he shewn to m-v one
Imposed to see it. hy A'r. Win Pension
iving on the land, or by th? tu’tseciiher
iving near Park's Gap.
HENRY J. Nr.llIF.HT, *
Adm'r de bonis non with the will an
netted of Emanuel, Ever sole, dic'd.
January 7, 1336.— ts
HAV MAN’S ALE,on tap, at the drug
Hereof R ftl SHERRY.
January 14, 1856.— St

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