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'vvaXiio f»A&a OF VALUABLE LANDS IN BERKELEY COUNTY, VIRGINIA PURSUANT to a decree of the Sujpe rior Court of Law and Chancery, for Berkeley county, pronounced 6th of Octo her, 1835, in a suit in chancery, in which David Hensel and Nancy his wife, late - Nancy C. Miller, and Samuel Chenoweth and Mary his wife, late Mary Miller, are plaintiffs. Berm, Smith Miller and Harri son Waite, Administrator) De Bonis Non, of George Miller, dec’d, of Hester Miller, dec’d, and of James Miller, dec’d, Sarah Miller, and others, defendants,—the un dersigned Commissioners, named by said decree, will, On the 8th Jay of February, 1836, Being the first day of February Court, for the county of Berkeley, expose to sale at the Court House, in the town of Martins burg, the several tracts or parcel? ofland, referred to in the proceeding* in said suit and herein described. The land to be sold according to said decree, for one third cash, the balance in two ecpial pay ments uf one and two years, with interest from the day of sale, until payment—the purchaser, or purchasers, to give bond and security, and a deed of trust on thu land to secure the deferred payments. J. The place called tho Home Place, Containing about THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THREE ACRES of land. This is the tract ofland on which Smith Miller now lives,adjoining the lands of Rob’t W. Lyle, Philip C. Chenoweth’s heirs, and other* There is on this land a comfortable Dwelling House, a good Bant, and other Out Building*. 2 The place called the Faulkner Place, codaming about Two hundred and seventy four ACRES. Mr*. Sarah Miller, the widow of Wm. I) Miller, dec’d, now lives on this ! »nd. It adjoins the. land* of William Campbell, and on the head wa ters of Middle Creek. There i* on (his placo a r.omfoi table Dwelling House, a good Bam, &.c. 3, The place called the Thornburg * Place, cont lining about FOURTEEN ACRES. There i* on thi* land a small Dwelling Home, .ml Blacksmith Shop, and is said to be a good situation for a Black smith : adjoins ihe lands of Philip C. Cbenowetb’n h* ire, and others. 4. The place called thnM’GmEM Place containing about TWENTY FIFE A CUESt oo Ihe waters of Mill Creek, ad joining the land* of Robert Daniel, Me Kown, Reese, &c. 5. The place called the Mill Place, containing about FIFTY ACRES. This land lies on the Opequon, about 3 miles: from Martinsburg—on which there was formerly a valuable merchant mill, which j was consumed by lire : the »c;:e is said to be very valuable lor any kind of water works, having the advantage of the whole water of the Opequon. There is a com fortable iJwlliiig House, and some other buildings on this land. And ft About FIFTEEN ACRES of land! called the Lyle Pl.aoe. This land is all in timber, and said lo be very good ; and adjoins the lands of Wm. Lyle .ml other* The said evrral tracts will be put up to public, sale, separately. The Commis j sinners have stated the number of acres’ it cording o die deed*, and the Commis ; Stoner's bonks—thry will lie sold as con t id ing the quantity stated-—but without I any guarantee of quantity,— the sale to be i in the gross. These lands are all within six m.les of Mar.in burg, excepting the. M’Gihen tract,; oo Mill Cresk, and are considered good j lands ELISHA BOYD. I ll Vs .IAS. FAULKNER, D. II CONRAD, Commissioners. December 24, 1335.—ts $100 REWARD. DTIIAV LD or stolen from the farm of O the subscriber near Martinsburg, be twoen the 2k<lh nit., and the 2nd ir>M. one hundred and eight head of sheep. It they have been stolen, I will give the above for the apprehension of the I hie f anil sheep if not, I will give a liberal reward for the sheep alone, or for any information that will lead to their recovery. JACOB 1 4vEEFER Di c. 21, 1833.__ irr-iicz-'S'-CN mm. , JIIIE subscriber having leased the Bed iogton Mjlis, formerly occupied by Mr. B. D.t.by, respectfully solicits the pa trenage of its former customers, and the public generally. He will at any time manufacturu Wheat into Flour, for custo mers; and deliver a barrel of superfine flour for every live bushels of merchanta ble wheat, at tbe Messrs. Forman’s ware house, free of expense; also, exchange bar reit for (he offal if desired. Every descrip tion of COUNTRY WORK will be done at the above mills. H. I. SHAFER. N. li. Cash will at all times be paid for wheat if delivered at said mills. II. 1. S. September 17, 1835.—Cm JOUR?J!3’2T .2JX MI3LS.WKIOKTS WANTED. mHE subscriber wishes to employ a ft number of Journeymen Millwrights at the upper dam, on the river fur a length of time, (iootl workmen of steady habits will find beral wages. MICHAEL S11YNKS. Berkeley County, June 18—tf Martinsburg December 17, 1*3.a. Eamme & Stephens, Are just receiving a second supply o fiNilEI go n PS], Shingles wanted—w« *,nt <•. purchase twelve thousand good Block Oak Shiogles; delivered by the 20th Fe bruary. J- W BOYD St Co. We w ill also purchase a large quantity of good Fine Flank. J. W. B. &. Co. January 23, 1836 A SUPERIOR ARTICLE of Winter Strained ‘'perm OIL, at ti e Drug Stare of R. M‘SHERRY. January 14. 183G,—6t FRESH LEMONS, Raisins, Prunes, Figs, and Filberts, lor sale by 11. M‘SHERRY. January 14, 113#—4t LAND FOR SALE. 1WISH to sell the farm on which I re side, containing 618 ACRES, 300 of which is elcared and the balance io good T imber; situated 6 miles south west of Mariinsburg and adjoining tue lands of Major Bedinger. I will also sell another tract lying south ! of Darkesviile, and four miles from the arm on which I reside, containing ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY ACRES, about 40 of it in timber. Ai.so, Another tract adjoining Darkesviile—it contains 90 acres with a MILL 8f DIS \ TILLERY on it. All this property will | be sold low. The subscriber deems it [unnecessary to give further description a» no one will purchase wiihout first view ing the property. It is certainly land of the best quality. R. P. BRYARLY. Berkeley Co. Nov, 12, 1835—tf IRON FOUNDRY AT HARPER’S FERRY, Va. rMTHE subscribers wish io Inform the B public generally that their Iron Foun dry, on the island of Harper's Ferry, will be in operation the 20th of this month, and will cast Machinery of every description, such as Machine Castings, Mill Gearing, And Branding Irons. They will ulso keep on hand Mouldboards of McCormick's patterns, from Mo. 0, fo Mo. 12. right and left handed. Also ] Loudoun Mouldboards right Sf left They have also on hand, Wagon Boxes of all sizes, and andirons of various pat terns. T hey have and will keep constantly a first rate Pattern Maker. So that they [will be able fo make patterns, of cveiy description, at the shortest notice. All orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. HUGH GILLEECE &. Co November 19, 1835 —If N. B. Old Iron taken in exchange for any of the above named Castings. BI*ACSWSIITH'3 SHOT F O R R E NT. The undersigned wishes to tent for one year or more from the 1st of April next his BLACKSMITH SHOE, on the roaii from Mariinsburg to Williamsport, one mile from Sheerer’* Mill, now in the oc cupancy of Andrew Ullum. It is a com Ibrtahlu and commodious building and lo cated in a neighborhood where work can always he hid for two fires, CH \RLF.S DOWNS. November 12, 1835 — tf New Establishment; FORWARDING £c COMMISSION HOUSE. G E 0512 aUTOWlL D. C. HAVING taken a large and convenient Warehouse and Wharf, situated on Water Street, two doors above Mr. W. Smoot's, Georgetown, D. C. for the pur pose of transacting a general Commission Business, in the sale and forwarding of Flour, Whiskey, Grain, Pork, Bacon, &. other country produce, and purchase of j P!ai«ler, Fish, Salt, Groceries, fcto., wej shall he pleased to attend to business in | our line, for any person who may choose to command our services. As our success must depend upon in duslry and the satisfaction we may be a ble to rerder to those, who intrust us with their business it is scarcely necessary to assure the public that we will endeavor to merit their patronage. HOGMIRE & COMPTON. October 15, 1835. BUSH’Lh Ground Alum and; fine Salt tor sale by SllORTT St HARRS. Sliepherdstown, Aug. 13, 1835. VIRGINIA: Berkeley Con sty Couht. ) January Term, 1S36. S ORDERED, That the Clerk of this 1 Court, cause, notice to he given, that j I the Court will take up and try the Cban-j jeery Docket at the next term. C HARRISON WAIT E, c. n c. January 14, 1836—t Ft N O T ICE. rrtHE Books of Michael H Grove are j ft now in the hands of Lauck Ste jphen for collection—all those who know themselves indebted are requested to call and discharge the same. LAUCK & STEPHEN. January 7, 1836 Office of (be Martiiishurg Savings Institution, ) January 1st 1836. S The President and Directors of tl is in stitution have this day declared a dividend of Three per cent, for the last six months payable on demand GKOR'iE DOLL, jun Treas. January 6, 1836 AUDI T XO N AL sljP PITI \fiTlLSOX 4* ANDERSON, arc v v again receiving an additional sup ply of WINTER GOODS. They would particularly call the attention of the pub iic, to tneir very complete assortment of Cloth^and Cassimeres, Petersham, London Buckskin, Cassinelts, White and Col’d Flannels; French, English, and Printed Merinos ; Zulican, French, Common Calicoes. They have a pretty assortment of Black, anil Colored Silks; iJress Huts; Plain and Fix'd Bobbinels, do do Swiss and Book .Muslin ; Cambric and Jackonet; Laces, Edgings, hisertings, and Footings — together with a general assortment of Domestic Goods, Hardware (Queens ware and Groceries December 10, 1835. rx.Axa7zn, rxsxx & bax.t. TJHE subscriber has on hand and will constantly keep a good supply of PI.JJISTER, FISH Jy SALT, for sale on the most reasonable terms. He will also pay the highest price in cash for good wheat and rye delivered at the mouth of Opequon. HARVEY M. FORMAN. November 19, 1835—tf CASH FOR CORN. C1ASH, and the highest price paid for J Corn, if delivered at the mouth of Opequon; by H. M. FORMAN. Jauuary 7, 1856—tf NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS. THE subscriber has just received a handsome assortment of desirable New Goods, which he now offers to his customers and the public generally, on the best terms possible; among which are the following articles. Superfine Blue and Black Cloths, Burgundy and Bottle green, Brown 4 Olive, Mixed and Drab do., low pri ced cloth various colors, ribbed /and plain cassimeres, superior article, Su perfine and common cassinet, figured and plain Cassimere 4* Valencia Yes - tings, black and colored Silk Velvet Black Cut do., French Merinos 5-4 and 6-4 English various colors, rich figured silks, plain Gro de Naples, Black Italian Lustring, superior qual ity, Gro de Swiss, fine black Bomba zine Black and colored Bombazetls, Scarlet and superfine white flannel, 5-4 wide, also Rogers' white patent flannel warranted not to shrink, London and French Chintz, Black and White cal icons. Fancy do. all colors, Fancy lldkfs., Scarlet and black Shawls and llandkfs, Green and white Blond, Gauze veils, Black worsted and Mo hair hose, black and white Cotton do., Corded skirls a superior article, Cam bric 4* Jacconet Muslins, Linen Cam bric, Bandanna, Spila field, <4* Pon gee Pocket Handkerchiefs, Ladies' best lwskin 4* Fid gloves, Men's buck skin and fine Beaver Do. , Domestic goods of every description, with a general assortment of Groceries of every description. The subscriber res pecifully solicits bis customers to call and examine his stock, as he is determined to sell on the very lowest terms. THOMAS C. SMITH. October 8, 1835. srcxukd^lot coroia.iE.3icw HOUSE. GEORGETOWN, D. C. IAUCK St STEPHEN have taken -J that large Three Story Brick Ware House, on the corner of High and Water Streets, Georgetown, recently oc cupied by Mr. U. Woodward. They will he pleased to attend to the orders of their country friends in the sale of any, and ev ery article con.-igned to their care, as well also, in the purchase of goods of every de scription, for which they will charge c moderate commission. The premises they have rented are very commodious, having an excellent Wharf attached there to, which will admit of (he receipt of a considerable quantity of Flour, or other ai tides on storage. They would here take occasion to say, that they will spare no pains to promote the interests of their friends, who may make their consign ments, and confidently trust they may not ie disappointed. November 20, 1S34. ” MA R TINS BURG WO OLEN FAOTOEsY. »r __ _V. ... i ..r.. 11.. M nb • *4 IIUOIO III1V public that they continue the manufacture ;>f Wool in all its branches, such as Cloths, Flannels, Blankets, and Car jil ting ; also, all kinds of Dyeing, ot Wool <rnd Cotton.—A Blue 1 at in constant operation. Har ing been at great expense in fitting up [heir machines, they are now ready to do better work than they have ever done,— and at the shortest notice. Very strict attention will he paid to all kinds of country work, such as Carding, Fulling, Dyeing, See. All kinds of approved country pro duce, received in payment, if delivered when the work is taken away ; otherwise, the cash in all cases will be required, No credit on small jobs under cne dol lar, unless to regular and punctual custo mers, wiio have open accounts with us.— Wc hope this rule will not be attempted to be violated, as we are determined, with our other manufacturing brelhern, to establish it in future without respect to persons. JOHN N. RIDDLE & Co. Jl/ay 7, 1833 CASH FOR FLOl 11! ^TtllE subscribers have made arrange 1. ments for the purchase of any Flour that may be delivered to them at their Ware House at Shepheriktown for which they will at all times give a lair price in CHSH. They will be governed in the of fers for Flour, by the latest “Georgetown pi ices, They will also purchase Rye and Corn, as well as the produce of the court try generally at lair prices. SHOUT! & HARRIS. Sept. 10, 1835. DR. D. MURPHY7 HAS remored his otlice to the house on King street, situated on the cor ner opposite Air. J. Billmire's Hotel, where he may be found at all times, when not professionally engaged. April 30, 1835—tf l>r.w UUUU5.— e nave XVJL just received a fresh supply of New GOODS, suitable fur tlie pr• sent season, —very cheap. J. W. BOYD & Co. December 21, 1835. «t^ HUBHELS SALT juat re ceived and for sale by A. C. HAMMOND. Little Georgetown, Oct. ‘J9._ IARD.—VVe will buy any quantity ol A Good Sweet Lard, for which we will pay a liberal price in Cash or Merch andize. J" VV. BOYD, &. Co. December 3, RYE! RYE!! RYE!!! SEVENTY* Cents per bushel for Rye delivered at Little Georgetown, by A. C. HAMMOND. November 12 ODOERS' PHIE.XTSHIUTLXG Flannel, warranted not to shrink in washing for sale by J. \V, BOYD & Co. October 29 ('I RO. A. & FINE SALT—and Mack M erel just received and for sale at the store of J. W. BOYD St Co. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Hamme & Stephens, ARE just receiving and opening a very ^extensive and handsome assortment of Goods, suitable for the present and ap proaching season, to which they would respectfully invite tbeir friends and cus tomers, and all those who are in search of good bargains, to call and examine, for they do think none will go away disap pointed. Their stock consists in part of Cloths of almost every color & quality Cassiraeres and cassinets, London buck skins, Super tliibet fllannels, Camblets, They would respectfully invite the Ladies to call and examine tbeir handsome as sortment of French and English Merinos, Black and colored, plain and figured Silks, French and Bluglisb Calicoes, Merino, Thibet and Cashmere shawls and handkercheifs, Bonnet and belt ribbons, Hosiery, gloves, &c. Together with a general assortment of Hard, (Queens, glass and stone ware. Sept 24, 1845 NEW FALZ. AND WINTER 30i)H OfiDf U <£o. HAVE the pleasure of infoiming the old friends and customers of Hog mire and Boyd, that they are just receiv ing their supply of new Fall Winter Goods, comprising a very general assort ment of English, French, German, Pal ian and American Dry Goods, Hardware, &c. many of w hich are entirely new and pretty. 'They respectfully invite all per j sons wanting Cheap Goods to call, assu ring them that they shall be furnished on the most pleasing terms, 'lheir stock consists of 6 4 French and B'nglish merinos, (all colors,} 3 4 Bmglisli merinos, Circassians and moreens, 5 4 black French bombazine, bl'k bom-1 bazett, Long and square, Hack and red merino shawls, 4 4 and 5 4 meiino & Thibet wool do. 'Thibet, merino, &. fancy gauze Hdkfs. | Black Italian cravats and silk ditto, Bandanna, pongee &. flag do. Berkeley and Madrass slit to. Linen cambric and lawn ditto. 3-4 &. 6-4 black Italian Lustring, Black (iro de Swiss 4' Mattioni do, 3 4 ctil'd lustring, and Poult de Soie, Pink green and white B’lorence, 6-4 bl'k mode. 4 4 ami i> 4 macK Italian crape. Green &. white Italian crape, hat crape, Black silk plush, ribbons Si belting, Black anil green blond gauze veils, Do Sc do common do do, Black and white picnic gloves, Long and short white kid do, Ladies super kid and beaver do, Gentlein’s buckskin beaver Si berlin do. Gent, white and blark kid do. Black and col’d worsted hose Si i hose, Ditto do cotton, ribb’d Sr plain, j Do and white silk ditto, White Si col’d merino hose Si halfho«e Super and com. blue, black, aud brown Cl,Lbs ; Ditto do olive, and Adelaide do. Heavy mix'd cloth for overcoats, Petersham, Kerseys and eassinctls, Supr black, brown and fawn cassimeres Goats hair cambleis, Valencia and swansdown vesting. Black and fancy col’d silk vesting, White Marsailles and Sateen, Book, Swiss and Jacconet muslins, Barr’d jacconet ami cambric ditto, Bishop’s lawn and mull do, Jacconet edgings and inserting* super,! Bobbinet do do Si footings, Thread laces, edgings and inscitings, G 4 and 5 4 bobbinet and Greciauctt, Cambric and Furniture dimity, Emb’d furniture do (anew article.) New style Calicoes, French ditto, Oil colors, Toweling and Table diapers, Col’d table covers, &.c. &c. September 24. j V' E IF GOODS.—The undersigned, ix has just received and opened, an ex tensive assortment of DRV GOODS, GROCERIES, S,'C, to which he invites the attention of his friends, and the public. A. C. HAMMOND. Little Georgetown, Oct. 29 7 ANTED—We want to purchase, and will pay the highest roaiket piice in Cash, for Rye, Corn, Oats, Flax seed &c , to tie delivered in Martirisburg or at the river. We will also take Butter, Eggs, Tal low, Beeswax, Rags, and almost every article of country produce, in exchange for goods. J. W. BOYD >$• Co. October 29 HATS, CABS, BOOTS AND SHOES. BLACK & White fur hats. Men's fnr. cloth Si Selett CAPS. Boy s fur, doth, and selett ditto. Boots and Shoes of all kinds. For sale by 1 LEV ME &. STEP HEMS. Sept. 24 Ha ts anil CAPS —Men's Superfine I Black Hats; do Fur Caps—Super fine and Common ; do Seal Caps—Black and Brotvn, Boy’s do. do for sale cheap by JOHN W. BOYD & Co. Sept. 24, 1835 (WES AND COLLARS.—We have J just received, and offer for sale, French Worked Collars, Do. do. Capes; BohbinHts, Capes, and Collars,—all su perior quality, and cheap. JOHN W. BOYD & Co. sept. 24, 1835. T^7in hushki.s stone coal -tOUU for sale by SHORT!’ & HARRIS. Shepherdstown, August 13, 1835 1 n HOO Y’DS WHITE FLAN IU9UUVNeL, FULLED AND PLAID LINSEYS, far sale cheap tor cash, or in exchange for wool. ( May 7, JOHN N. R1DDLE&. Co. NSW FALL 8t WINTER GOODS. ROBERT B. RUST & Co. BEG leave to inform the citizens of Martinsburg and vicinity, and tbe public generally, that they are now recei ving and opening a general &. beautiful assortment of British, French, German, Italian, and American dry goods suited for the present and approaching seasons,— with a large slock of Queens, Glass; Hard and Wooden Wares: also a large supply of Fresh Groceries— old and choice Wines and Liquors, and invite all who are desirous of purcha sing very handsome substantial and Cheap goods to call and examine their stock pre vious to purchasing, as they flatter them reives they can please all in quality and prices; at all events, they are detei mined lo endeavour to do so. October 1, 1935. Domestic Goods. 7 8, 4 4,98&54 Brown Sheeting, 7 8, 4 4 & 5 4 Bleached do, 7 8 & 5 4 Cotton Osnaburg, Bleached and brown Drillings, Furniture Cotton, Bedticking, Canton Flannel, Table Diaper, Cotton Counterpanes, Cotton Yarn and Candlewick, Cassinets. Kerseys, &c. Just received and for sale low at the store of J. YV. BOYD & Co. October 1, For the cure of Colds, Asthmas, Whooping Cough, Spitting of blood and Con sumptions. ICELAND MOSS grows plentifully in th? Island of Iceland, fiom whence it lakes it' name, and in ali the high north ern latitudes of Europe and Asia, where its Medicinal qualities have been long known, and highly appreciated. This plant contains a larger proportion of Ve Retail:: Mucilage than any other known distance, and in combination with it is a bitter principle which acts most benefi cially in giving strength in cases of great weakness and debility of the lungs. The knowledge of many of our most valuable medicines, for the cure of diseases, have been obtained from obseivirg their *fli ct an brute animals;—so in the case cl this most invaluable iYloss. Its virtues were rst discovered by their effects on tbe bar ily, long lived, end sagacious Uein Deer, a ho derives its principal nourishment from Ihe Iceland Moss, & whose milk becomes to highly imbued with its Balsamic virtues hat it is used with the grer. estconfidence is a rovereign remedy by tbe inhabitants if all those countries, fur the cure of all liseases of the breast Si lungs, In France his compound has long been known, and 'Xtensively used ; and to its salutary ef ret', as much a.' to the salubrity of the dimate, is probably owing tbe very small lumber of fatal cases of consumption in L,.t country, compared with Great B'i tain and the United Slates This Syrup :ontains all the medicinal virtues of the Moss in the most concentrated foim, and ' prepared from the original receipt fiom ilaris, only by E iiu rCHINS Sv Co. Baltimore And none is genuine unless it lias tlieir ac simile upon each bill ot direction—also upon the envelope, and sealed with dieir seal. A supply constantly for sale by It. McSHEliRY, Agc.nt, October 15, 1935—6m Svloney Itfolice. fTHHE Subscriber will fei 1 himself under U many obligations to any of his friends who are indebted to him, il they will with out delay, make a compliance with his foi • ier notice. I assure my friends that I want money or 1 would not ask for il ; 1 do hope therefore that all those who wish me to do well would, without delay, com ply with mv wishes; and by thus doing, they will confer a special favor, which fa vor, I will at all times reciprocate. Respectfully your ob’t JOHN T. COOKUS. Shrphrrdstown, Oct. 8, 1835 NOTICE. F’RSONS who may tie indebted to Edward A. Gibbs, are requested to come torward and pay their dues to tbe subscriber, and those having claims tu present their demands, as tbe subscriber is authorized to close bis business, ami desiious to do so as soon as possible. UROMYVELL ORRICK. Trustee aj E. A. Gibbs September 3, 1835 —tf OOOTS. SHOES. CAPS, Sic—Caff JO) skin, Kip, and Coarse Boots ; do. do. Shoes ; Waterproof Moleskin and Lasting Shoes; Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Gum, do Ladies Gaiter Boots; Lasting, Kill,Sea) and Leather Shoes ; Boy’s Monroe’s and Brogans ; Misses and Children's Lasting. Leather, and Morocco Shoes Men and Boy’s Fur and Seal Caps. £^Call at YY 11 .SON & ANDERSON’S December 10. » HOUSE AKS EOT FOn 3AEE. I AM authorized to sell, on very accom modalim* terms, the House and Lot, lately owned by Anthony Iilondell, dec’d, and now occupied by Mrs. Iilondell and family, Terms and li'le made known by l). H. CONRAD, Attorney in fact fur Dan'l Crook. July 9, 1935—tt A(Ui BUSHELS ground al. UM & FINE SALT,—for sale by LAUCK 8f STEPHEN. December 10. ITIOR SALE_A Franklin STOVE, which has been inuse one season.— Enquire of J. W. BOYD St Co. Nov. I ADIES,St$MISSES Fur BONNET A Boa’* and Tippets—at' WILSON St ANDERSON'S. December 10. PAHSTS, OIL, Ac. | TWO. 1 pure wbitelead in Oil, 7 T.N Dry white anJ red lead, Chrome yellow, &c. Flaxseed oil and turpentine. A superior article oi'Winter Sperm Oil, Whale Oil &.c. For »ale l.ow by IL1MME Sc STEPHENS. Sept. 24 CABINET MAKING. fjniJF. undersigned respectfully inform* 8. the citizens of Martinsburg, and the I county generally, that he still continues to carry on the above business at his shop j situated at the west end of King street, where he is prepared to manufacture to order, at the shortest notice, every arti cle belonging to bis branch of business, in a ntat arid fashionable style, of good materials, anil by good workmen, at mo derate prices. He is also prepared to furnish a bibh and coptins at the shortest notice to the citizens o the town, and to those in the country, who will convey them. Persons in want ol furniture will do well to call and ex amine for themselves. He solicits from a generous public, a share of patronage. SOLOMON HEDGES. April 14, 1835-tf N. B. All kinds of country produce, poplar scantling, walnut, cherry and pine plank, will be taken in exchange for ar ticles maufactured at his shop. NEW CHOPPING mTUEI rf|?HF, subscriber having taken a leas* EL of the property of Mr Alexander Stephen, at the north end of Martinsburg, lately occupied by the Messrs. Gcisen doiff as a woollen factory, and having con verted the same into a chopping mill, has the pleasure to announce to his friends and the public, generally, that he is now ready to grind Bye and Corn, for all per sons who may please to favor him with their custom. He has considerable room in f.is mill which will admit of stoiing away several thousand bushels of grain, and being determined to use every proper exertion to deserve patronage, confidently expects a liberal pci tion ol it. JOHN MYERS February 19, 1S35—tf CANAL BOAT. “ * % HE undersigned have prepared hosts S and have them ready for use, and will carry Flour and all other produce that niay be offered and deliver it to Georgetown or Baltimore. They will bring all kind of merchandise in return (rom Georgetown or the Point of Rocks and Harpers Ferry, and have it forwarded to the owners immediately. They will take in Flour in Williamsport and Fal ling Waters and Mouth of Opequon They will keep plaster on hand. K LSlNGF.il & SON. March 12, 1335—tf rasais anoczzuxs. FIRST quality LOAF & BROWN SUGARS Strong Rio and St. Domingo COFFEE. Gunpowder, 'l Imperial, G P. Imperial, ^-TEAS. Young Hyson, & Black J New Oileans and West India MOLAS SES, Sugar House, do. very superior. Ground Alum and fine SALT Slc, for sale by LAUCK & STEPHEN. September, 17, 1835. iJrcofj ^icccrfcs tit r ' E have just received and offer for V V sale, at law prices, L. P. Madeira, 'i Dry Lisbon, ! WIy £g Malaga, and j Supr Old Pori ) Cog. Brandy, Jamaica Spirits, N. E. Rum, Loaf and Brown Sugar, N. O. 4* Sugar House Molasses, Cun Powder, 'j Imperial, Hyson, ' TEAS. Young Hyson, | , Black, J Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Powder, Shot, Lead, Strong Rio Coffee, Butter and IT nter Crackers, Cheese, <$•<:. All of which we will sell low. JOHN \V. BOYD & Co. October 1, 1835. BACON! BACON!! ffflHE subscriliers have lor sale at re ft duced prices 50,000 pounds of prime Bacon at Williamsport, Md. CHARLES MANTZ & Co. August 20, 1835—tf M ART IN SBU RQ GAZETTE. TERMS. Two Dollars,payable in advance; or,Tw# Dollars and Fifty Cents, within the year and if payment be deferred tot he end oft he year. Three Dollars will invariably be demanded. No paper will bediscontiniie.d until all arreara ges are paid,except atthcoption of the Editor. Advertisement* ofonc square or lessinserted hree times for one dollar, and lor each subse quent insertion twenty-five cents; longer ones in proportion., Chancery orders of the usual length inserted and posted according to law, at five dol lars each. Advertising customers will please to mark on the manuscript, how many insertions are required. If no such direction is given, tbead vertisement will heconlrnueuutilforbid.