Frederick Town Herald in Frederick, Maryland
5 Mar 1831

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Frederick Town Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1831, Frederick, Maryland You the ten. Of that mib Jcj. 11 Liat he had. Your letter to i from friends we put aside in inv indisposition and the great on Jii Ilie never recurred to me until after or w Vii ii from Loudoun on the Rev Seipt i Lumbly and then on the of or. Calhoun concluded the fourth the Herald. Frederick March 5, goodly merchandise than on the above Sion. Occa Caroleo Pricil. There Are four pecks to a Bushel Twenty four columns in our paper and it would be As difficult to of the Afore said measures of Quantity into a Bushel bag to make the Herald contain More than it will is a figure of speech to say that in order to afford space for the balance of published by the vice president Many matters of interest have been crowded out and that we throw ourselves upon tie indulgence of our readers promising to bring up Lee Way in our next and to Sprinkle it Ith variety which is the very spice of he. Cimott s excluding. A Large number of which will demand our attention hereafter we have concluded the publication in the present Sheet of the of 52 pages As the cores Poydence Between the president and vice president of the u. States is emphatically culled. No event of modern times can compare with the transaction which at present occupies the minds of the people whether it be considered in relation to the exalted individuals who per Senate the leading actors in the drama or to the motives with which it seems to have been to the descend ants of More than roman fathers the scene of the two highest functionaries of a fice Republican government stripped and pitted in the Arena of personal controversy is deeply humiliating. If Epe ple who contended so zealously so faithfully to clothe these combatants with the enviable renown of presiding Over the fortunes and destinies of the last Asylum of the institutions of this once pure and unsullied Republic must look upon the strife with feelings of the deepest abase ment is overwhelming disappointment. Who of an enormous stove w hich no could have believed even during moments of ten Down a Recreant in the cause of Beant and i humanity of we Dij not Eprem received in witnessing the elegant display at the fair held in the City on the 3d inst. For the Benefit of mis Sions rhe articles were prepared by the a i Dies the lutheran Church in this and in 1 obey town and combined almost every thine that fancy could device or fairy angers execute the useful to the inexplicable from in. Fluid was More than 900 years arabian said to be we with the water of the Kayaian Fields is i leered by the Gaek Ted l Wott Kiel taken from the Overlie wimp tables to ave fitted out of Bachor kind for comfortable House keeping including the bet Ter part of Movables we do not think the it was brought into moorish weaker Tex joint or to have equip Ped Queen Mab herself with a Dunstable Bish Ops and frills including Madam provided her fair ship wears such in tie Atlantic cities where material philosopher democritus. I the of the and Scon obtained general favor and of Stow by. Ainoi ruinous influence Over a Large world tie plague from 1 effected by trans operates most injuriously upon whole animal milk. Of the lit lation the mischief milk and s Are by procured we have witnessed More Iron a cons displays and rain Bow nothing Ness in greater variety but we have Seldom seen such taste manifested in the selection and patient Industry indicated in the formation of solid articles of food nourish and strengthen this system by being converted into its sub stance. They Are thrown into the stomach they Are changed into a Pulpy mass called hence they Are carried into the bowels Here t Cir particles become Chulu which being Takon up by the Lac teals pass into the blood and on the e current of the Blooming Cheeks and laughing of the fair vendors were irresistible and when they added the wheedling Tongue Benedictine purchasers were compelled to acknowledge that in with ladies there is nothing he the Exchange for they Iraq at sight their drafts Are Seldom Dishon ored. A Friend whose purse never suffers a collapse Laving filled his pockets and hat with Bai a Lins to turn his last remaining a to count with almost every air vender in the room and finally expended t in Ginger bread hearts which he greedily devoured As a propitiation for the ravage s made upon his another Swain versed in. He Arcana of nods and Becks and wreathed was with one lady pair for two Short but when his visions had he found that his p keys were to let and retired from the Able with a plentiful Supply of things in Gen convinced that if dollars and cents re they Are essential in this in roman in world to fill the Basket and and hat when Dan cupid is chased into the Gar it he is Apt to jump out of the window. Net an dog who talked of a ome tand i and wondered if he hour is of the brother of the Sun and Moon and Cousin to the were us As the descendant of the Fader the Fol Low Ai was mad and talked of basalts pc eyes id of suns that Light the but Thi Only thingy we saw that possessed any of the properties of the great luminary the shape doubt assists the incubation of the Council. Or person is so silly As to suppose that a Knight of the pen paste and politics visits a fair with the View of making purchases but we were strongly tempted to astonish the give the he to the received Opin Ion that an editor never Money for on one of the we beheld a ominous look ing article which we supposed was a genuine thinking How Small things pre eminently quashed to preserve the peace might be turned to great had resolved to Advance the moral Power exalt the greatness Purchase it for the greatest and Best in the cherish the fume and confirm the glory of tie j Hope that he might be induced to use it in lieu american people j of the Corn cob pipe which decks the with it is not our purpose by any thing which we i drawing room of the Palace and puff us into May say to control the judgment of our Rea a on closer examination we the most boisterous excitement which Prece ded the Elevation of the present incumbents to the highest offices in the nation that the spectacle which they now present was to fill upon the vision of this generation who would have credited the prediction of a state of things so Morith and derogatory to National character and personal after All that was claimed for the parties As Bein Ders upon the question of who is right or who is wrong in this Wrangle of the Hajj i dig As far As our own information extends an impression prevails to a great extent in this Community favourable to the rights and vindication of or. Calhoun. To Man can doubt Liat the recent explosion at the s eat of Well discovered it was an Ink stand of quaint de vice an article the hero has not used for Many years except to the lately devel oped of june july we kept our Money in our poke. We know not the amount of Money received at the fair hut it must have been a Jar ire one. _ _ o government was occasioned by a deep Well j and will or Catly contribute to the objector the arranged political plot based upon extensive projectors and labourers in the work whose and looking it and de Zeal is worthy of commendation. In Conlu we would remark that the Entrance to the Hall was villainous and filthy and that Scaven Gers should have been employed to remove the mud and water through which visitors had to Wade to reach was particularly disa Sig Ned to accomplish the utter demolition of the vice president. In addition to the which we have completed this Day a Large Stock of other materials to the Conti Versy has been supplied. Or Forsyth has published or. Crawford s it or Ceable at night and it must be adduced As an tar to or. Calhoun which the latter Contemp-1 evidence of tie Friendship of our citizens to 11 11 a re to Law 1 a j _.1 j.1 i the blood they Are circulated to every part of the body that demands repair. Now i Al lege that no portion of alcohol invigorates the the no part of it affords Nutriment to the animal system. Indeed As an ingenious medical writer says in the journal health All the organs of the body decline receiving it As it parses around on tie current 01 the blood. The head says my nerves Are my thoughts arc clearer without 1. Beg to be the heart save my motion Are More regular my affections Are purer without it 1 have no occasion for the limbs say our strength is firmer our vigor is More durable without need it aj1 say it Canton Hounsh tis to cannot we will none of and at length de by All except by those organs whose Peculiar Lorce it is to convey out of the blood its refuse and worthless parts it is taken up by them and thrown out of the and is same one ready to ask How can this be will not the water at least with which alcohol is diluted prove nutritious 1 reply it would were it to pass into the blood but usually it does not but is thrown off by those organs which Are set As waste Gates to the and the reason Why it thus passes off is that the system has already a sufficiency of fluid and an excess of liquid in the stomach always weakens its digestive energies by Over Cullu Ting the gastric juice. This is the effect of the while the alcohol still further in creases the debility of the digestive function Aries by exhausting the excitability of the Coats of the stomach. When it has wrought All the mischief for which it is adequate upon this part of the system it passes into the blood so that of you subject the drunk Ard s blood to the process of distillation you May obtain alcohol in its pure state it has been found also in the ventricles of the brain. A certain parisian chemist experimenting on this subject tied up the passage from the stomach to the intestines in a dog and then injected alcohol into the stomach. In half an hour afterwards the Clotyle was examined and contained no alcohol but its odour was very sensible in the blood which yielded it on distillation. Hence alcohol May pass in some mysterious manner and thro some hitherto undiscovered Channel directly from the Sto Mach into the blood perhaps thro the Agency of galvanise. May it not pass into any other part of the system in the same Way and corrupt the various secretions 5c when a Man is thus filled with alcohol will he not be liable to take fire and will not this explain the spontaneous combustion of drunkards which in several instances has taken it May be asked if alcohol imparts no Nutriment to the system How does t inspire it with such amazing vigor operating of the nervous system it Calls Forth those latent energies which the god of nature Lias Laid away in Reserve for seasons of great Effort for extremes of heat and cold hunger thirst and disease. And every time it operates it wastes larger portions of this reserved strength of the Stem. The great key to this depository of Power is the excitability of the on which alcohol acts and no one needs proof i suppose that the natural tendency of repeated by virtue of a decree of Frederick noun. To court As u court of equity the subscriber will Oiler it Public Sale on monday the 28ja instant on she premises Between the of 10 and 12 o clock. The real estate of Abra has larday late of said county deceased of a valuable wheat farm and two the 1st situated on die main Road leading i of Frederick City to Harper s Perry 2 Miles West of new town adjoining the buds of Perry military and con Taining by Patent of resurvey 15? t-2 acres of first rate flu Al land Well watered with u still Clency Osgood Meadow and Wood Laud and two Orchards _ of Choice fruit. The in menu Tirc is 2 Story Elrick Hoube Large Stone Spring House a Spring of Good water near the door Hani stabling and other necessary out houses it has i Een for Many years occupied As a tavern and is Well known As easterday s tavern. Also at the pame time and place i Pali a the other lot and tavern stand Ted i the Harper s ferry Road about out mile West of new town trap Lite lot 13 acres of first rate lamp Well enclosed fences. The Are a two Sloy weather boarded and Kitchen Asmal com valuable Ittel and personal puope11ty a Public faction. Tub subscribers being desirous to Elom their business Mill Oiler at Public Sale. On wed nday the of March on the premises All thai valuable real is Lute known As the double pipe Creek situated in Frederick county Maryland Oil the Road leading from a Baltimore to Hagerstown within 43 Miles of the former place 5 of and 8 of Union. Town. This estate has Long been known As one of the most valuable and extensive in the country it contains butt to about 400 acres Are cleared and divided into convenient Fields and in in a High state of cultivation the balance is under Young and thriving Timber. There is also a sufficiency of Meadow and an extensive Orchard of Young grafted fruit. The improvements Are very Supe rior consisting of a Stone the subscriber Omar Ai Public on monday the 8uf of March Amhe House of m. E. By toys in Frederick. Sol valuable Little now occupied. By him shunted abet t t Milea from Frederick adjoining the lands of or. Wilson and Hants. It containing 170 acres a prims Bottom land in the highest state of cultivation. The in. Prove Menta arc a Good Stone will for Uble log House Jiaren stabling and o her necessary out houses a Well of Good water near the door and an Orchard of Choice fruit. This stand is Well known As Cain s stand formerly occupied by John Cain. The above and tavern stands will be sold separate or together As May Best suit purchasers. The terms of Sala the purchaser or purchasers pay one third of the Purchase Money on the Day of on die ratification thereof by Ilie court and the residue in two cd dial annual payments with interest thereon from the Day of Sale the payments to he secured by notes of the purchaser or purchasers with Security to he approved by the trustee. On the payment of the whole Purchase Money the property will be conveyed by a deed or deeds in conformity with the directions of the decree. Wishing to View the property will please to Call on Isaac Raster Day residing thereon. In Sivill be sold Clear of Dower posses Sion can be Given on the first Day of april next. George Hoffman Natte March 5. Hunning three pair of and is capable of manufacturing 50 of flour per Day. The Mill is now in full operation and All the machinery is m com Artele repaid. A de by the same Power and competent to thresh 300 Buskeu per Day is attached to the Mill. Also an extensive Fulling Mill if carding machine built of Stone two stories High with All the necessary fixtures in Complete which is a substantial saw Mill in Good order. Also a Large and conveniently arranged distillery Stone barn of Fer out houses to chaku of Choice fruit face. Wine time a tract of Woodland 2miles from the farm containing 30 acres under thriving umber. Also at the lame time the House and lot in on the West Side of Market Street Between Chapel and 3d in the most desirable part of the town Tor Public business or n private Resi Dence. The property is so Well s particular description unnecessary. Persons wishing to Purchase Are invited to Call and View the terms Willoe made known on to Day of Sale Joseph m. Cromwell. February 19. Tuou sly returned. Or. Forsth in his letter to the editor of the fills the Blank in his letter to Gen. J with the name of James it. Hamilton of n. Yort the intimate per Sonal and political Friend of or. Fun rur Tii upon this or. Calhoun publishes a supple mental in which he boldly charge upon or. V. B. The plotting of his Politica destruction through tie instrumentality of i protege or. Hamilton. Or. H. Has replied i the n. Y. Evening under the most positive asset rations of innocence Cle Clarin that he knows nothing about the matter. I Van Burn has Ahi published a to jul ignorance in certain cases is a Woicul Ful shield from re Pons Bilty and the 1 Don t know race did not expire with the witnesses a Ains the late Queen of England. Instead of such reflections As have passer through our mind in pondering on the state ments Here referred to we ill in our paper Gix a place to some extracts from the and Globe merely promising that the first named has been supplanted a the government official by the latter. Fron the extracts we shall our readers learn that All Harmony All concert 8 All Confidence is destroyed Between the master Spir its at the seat of government. The polities distrust the personal hate of messes. Calhoun and Van Buren have defied All further restraint and disclaiming the Ordinary checks o Prudential party expedients hostilities arc officially declared. The War must be one o extermination there can be no truce no pacification and woe to tie Man who attempts to nullify it. Sews. We ire indebted to a con temporary for the following Brief abstract of foreign news from Paris papers of the 19th january. The poles Are preparing for War. The finances of France Are in a wretched condition. It is supposed that a Continental War is in Evita so up goes flour in the United states. Ireland is in an alarming condition the lord lieutenant issues his proclamation on one Day and or. O Connell his on the next. It would appear that the anti Union cause is gaining ground and that this movement for legislative Independence which is advocated by a majority of the people will agitate old Ireland to the Center. Hostilities Between Holland and Bel Gium arc on the eve of Gen. Mina is now in Bordeaux and intends again to invade Spain in Hopes of re establish ing the constitutional government. Switzer land is in an uproar. King Charles x. Is intriguing with the Continental Powers and Hopes again to re visit Beautiful France Spain tis said favors the project of a counter revolution to the North of the pyrenees. General Lafay Ette although he has retired from the com Mand of the National guard s of fre Nee still it is evident wields her destinies. Is apparent that two great parties arc for sustaining Royalty and exclusive privileges the other for modelling the Gover rent More on a Republican scale. Lafayette f of i the elite of France will carry on the last to completion gradually. .1? we tins run or tin Fani. Arajj Catu Prev Ltd for room we wards the project Tutti key endangered their health to no one will admit that to get at tie it is always Noces scr to pass through a mud puddle though Many persons pursue dirty ways to obtain their fare As some scurvy politicians might inform us. The Stair Way leading to the Lull is too narrow for admission to Public spectacles and if the Wisdom of the City cat corporation dinners we wonder How their bodies corporate ascend it unless Thev go up crab Wise. Ave Are Only a Little More than an eagles Tal on in the and could not find sea room As for the ladies their Loisl ups were crushed into i f res and some of our fair friends whose mean breadth is generally equalled by their length after passing through the Nar Row assumed the semblance of human it v. Mihk join Vikt. We omit our review of the a Baltimore Market in consequence of the very unsettled prices of Foo to and which have been occasioned by very late intelligence from Europe. In Baltimore on thursday last flour sold for from the wagons but prices were fluctuating and no Posi Tive quotation can be made. Clove seed was Selling at from to intemperance. For the Herald or. Niles in my last i attempted some proofs of the fact that ardent spirits Are Al Vays injurious except when used medically at the discretion of sin experienced practitioner. So far As the unequivocal opinion of our most Emi nent physicians and of a Large proportion too of that whole profession and the opinion of men of distinction founded upon Long experience and trying circumstances and the voice of stubborn examinable facts in the Way of fair Experiment will go 1 conceive my Success Complete. With such proof be fore him that this article is not Only useless it positively injurious if any Man continue the use of it what shall we judge of him would we not pronounce the same Man a Sui cide were he with arsenic or Hemlock in the same length of time and with equally divided portions to take his own health and life what change docs the variation of the Means to accomplish the same end effect in the moral character of that deed this idea trikes me As worthy of sober and solemn bought. But i wish hereto present additional proof of the same truth not from of medical men but from a part of the basis of heir opinions the direct effect of spirituous i Constitution. I say no Hing now of its dreadful effect upon the Intel actual. Let no one Del do himself with the persuasion that Ai alcohol docs not produce by sudden and Vic Flent therefore it s Vised harmlessly. The most deadly Poison May be long1 used in moderate portions but very repeated Dosi strikes with fearful effect t the vitals of life most surely the Lamina of the constr. Alcohol is a most Etc Tifis Poison. Asa Sicul evil in its effects n the it Well with the influx acc of evil of the moral. Action Here is to derange or Stup Ify. And it is thus that the human Constitution by what is termed a very moderate and prudent use of ardent spirits is gradually weakened and thrown into a state tending to destruction. It operates As a leak in the dam for a great Reser voir of at first As it is permitted to flow itch Largos till finally the whole obstruction to the Waters is swept away. Or it is As if a powerful Prince should unlock the magazines collected by his predecessors against a time of need and wantonly expend them upon his lusts while powerful enemies were hovering along his the enemies which hover about the animal system Are fevers drop sies Vio Lent and dangerous disorders. He that is As sailed by them May not suspect that the Pru Dent use of ardent spirits is the his physician understands the matter he May not have moral heroism to hint it. This unnatural and cruel exhaustion necessarily Ren Ders the system less capable of sustaining or resisting an attack of disease than if it had never been thus decayed or exhausted Allence it is that the a vat temperate drinkers Are far to f Iff victims to All diseases than temperate. So says one of the committees of the Philadelphia medical Socie say they greater is the risk of life undergone in nearly All diseases of whatever description when they run in those unfortunate men who have been previously disordered by these Hercz have endeavoured to condense into a succinct form some of the arguments to be or Avn from the sources which Are within my More Apt the rigidly auction. Will 1ib sold on the 22nd Day of March instant at the late residence of John Campbell de ceased on Ling Anore 3 Miles from Liberty the following property to Viz 8 valuable negroes of both sexes 9 head of horses two Colts several Milch cows 13 head of Bleers. Sheep a hogs Grain in Ilie ground Iain by the Bushel farming utensils of every description such As Are common on a Favot t Broad to acc Waifon 1 Plantation do. All the household and Kitchen furniture Stich As Heads led Seails furniture a 24 hour clock bureaus desk Corner cup Board terms of months credit by giving notes with approved Security. N. Ii. The slaves will not be sold out of the slate the. Real estate will be offered at the same time. Noah Phillips jct Iny exr. March 5. By Frederick county court sitting As a court of equity. February term 1831. Oit Dertod that the Sale of the real estate of Andrew Reese. Made and reported by col. William Durbin the trustee to sell toe Haine be and confirmed unless cause be shown to Lite contrary on or be fore the 28th of March 18 Al. Provided a copy of this order be printed in some news paper printed in Frederick once a week for three weeks successively before said Day. The report states the amount of Sale lobe True John sch by Elk. March 5. With Spring water running Over head papa ble of mashing 30 bushels yer Day within 60 Yards of the merchant with All the Appa Artlus for immediate operation. A Iso a Stop Eliouse 8c dwelling both of Brick at which is established a regular Post office and is one of the Best country stands for business in the county. The mansion House which com nude a View of the whole property is built of Stone two stories High will finished and is within 50 Yards of one of the Best tie reach to sustain the position that ardent Spir its Are always positively injurious out of the hands of a skilful physician. The argument goes for what it is Worth. If any Man is made to doubt even on this subject by it i shall have gained something for such a Man if he have urged to the test of All right and wrong the that the highest authority has said As of some other things so of that doubt eth is damned if he rom 14, wish he would look at this whole passage. Yours Philant Ropos. There will be a meeting of the first fre Derick Hose fire company at mrs. Michaels tavern this evening at 6 o clock we. H. Al3augh Sec by. March 5. This is to give notice that the subscriber of Frederick county Maryland hath obtained from the orphans court of said county letters testamentary on the personal estate John Campbell late of san deceased. All persons having claims against said estate Are warned to exhibit them with the vouchers to the sub Scriber within six months from the Dale Hereof they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit in said estate. Those indebted to said deceased Are desired to make immediate payment. Naii Pill la a anti if exr. March 5. Springs in the county with a Dairy attached. The Baun is of Stone on the Swisher plan 120 feel by 45 feel and is Well arranged. Stone dwelling is attached to the Fulling Mill and a Comfort Able House to the her chant Mill with gardens and water Cove House Corn House smoke House 8ic. Nearly the whole covered with Cypress shingles. All the machinery n propelled by the double pipe Creek which is fully sufficient at All upon which there is a few Hundred Yards below the present improvements an Tim for additional works. Or Ojei to in part of 18 negroes among them six prime farm hands and four Good female House servants 15 head of horses among which Are four Fine Brood mares 8t four Colts of different Ages one Young Stal lion 13 Milch cows 100 hogs .15 head of sheep three wagons 1 horse cart and gears car Shear and shovel ploughs harrows and horse gears a family together wild a great variety of household and Kitchi ii of a mahogany Sidki Toaru pc tables i Lubaus items bedsteads and bedding tables chairs Franklin and close stoves together with a Grent variety of other Arti cles too tedious to mention. For tie real in hand and the balance in three equal annual payments with interest from Date. Termidor the pet tonal months credit. To commence it 10 o clock. And continue from Day today until All is sold. Police la Given. That the subscribers commissioners named in a commission for that purpose is sued out of Frederick county court will on the 28th of March next St the hour of 10 o clock a. M. Meet is the House of John Stoner Send. On Sams Creek in Frederick county to examine and Del Ermine whether the Public convenience requires pub Lic Road should be opened from said John Stoner s sen. Mill on Sams Creek by his Smith shop to intersect the Rood leading Mckinstry Al ill to Union town at or near Senseney s grave a Ltd that we shall continue from Day to Day to pursue said examination according to said commission As Long May be necessary to satisfy our minds on which All persons concerned Are hereby requested to take notice. Suh Mattir Wati Fieux John Mattie Kos feb. 12. Abraham hoop. This is to give notice that the subscriber of Frederick county Maryland hath obtained from the orphans court of said county letters testamentary on the personal estate of William t. Eth Tim late of said county deceased. All persons having claims against said estate Are warned to exhibit them with the vouchers to the subscriber within six months from the Date Hereof they May otherwise by Law be sex eluded from All Benefit in said estate. Those indebted to said deceased Are de hired to Kinnke mini Diate payment. Charles Johnson executor. February 19. ._.-________________-. My _ this is to give notice that the subscribers of Frederick county obtained from the orphans court of said county letters of Nistra lion on the personal estate of it cuff ice Eicr raid so Toty to erased. Sons having claims against said estate Are warned to exhibit them with the vouchers to the subscriber within six months from the Date Hereof they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit in said estate. To said deceased Are desired to m Alce payment. Feb. 12. I Butek Kek Fuk notice. All persons having unsettled accounts with our firm at double pipe Are hereby requested to present them immediately for settlement. March 5. We. Co. To for rent. That commodious Well known Tab re Liberty town Frederick Conn now in the Possession of James Cham this is to give notice that the subscriber of Frederick county Maryland hath obtained from the orphans court of said county letters of administration on the personal estate of Joi Esfi Penn late of said county deceased. All persons hav ing claims against said estate Are warned to exhibit them with the vouchers to the sub Scriber within six months from the Date Hereof they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit in said estate. Those indebted to said deceased Are desired to make immediate payment. Abraham Jones Jim r. March 5. Notice. Purchasers at the Sale of Charles Strong Are hereby notified that their notes become due on the 20th of March next and that they Are in the hands of the subscriber for collection. It is proper to state also that their notes Bear interest from Date if not punctually paid. Isaac Saum. March 5. The properly will be shown upon application to or. Joshua Mel Pune on the pre and any additional information by applying to either of the subscribers. Pos session will be Given on the 1st of april next. William Miller John Carmack Horatio m plot arson february 26. Acting of the Baltimore american will please publish the above twice week until the of Sale and tend their account to this office fur collection. Trusted it by virtue of a deed of Trust fhe subscribers will sell it Public Sale at the tavern of Daniel Schnebly in Hagerstown on saturday the 2rf of april next nor Westjr Novas or 10 Ash 2 a valuable farm lately owned by Abraham margins con Taining about acres of land. This farm trustees by virtue of a decree of Frederick county Conn hitting As a court of chancery Wilt be sold at Public Sale on the premises. On monday the Day of March nest a tract of first Quality Ling Nore Blue slate land containing one Hundred and ninety four acres adjoining the of David Devilbiss and others about two Miles South of. The improvements on this farm consist of a tolerable Novas. A Stone its i 3f feet a Stone Spring House a meat House Hen House and a House formerly used As a Tillery. There Are about eighty of this i. And in Wood about Lii ill a acres it Rich Bot Tom in and the balance Laid off in six Fields with water in each also at Bers. Possession will be Given on the first of april. For apply to the subscriber residing about three Miles North East of. Judd Kigali. County february 22cf, 1831. The president and directors of this institution have this Day declared an extra dividend of three per cent on the capital paid in to be paid to the stockholders or their order on f after monday the 14th Day of March next. Ceo. Cash str february 36. K. C. Lies about three Miles from Hagerstown on the old Road leading to Greencastle and adjoins the lands of George Zeller Leonard Middlekauff and John snively. About 60 acres Are in Wood and the cleared land is enclosed with Good fencing and divided into convenient Fields there Are two Loo houses a log barn and Good Orchard on the. The above property May be purchased at private Sale by applying to Abraham Mau gins or to subscribers before the Day of Sale and any person wishing to Pur Chase have the property shown to them by Abraham margins who Lifeson it or by or. Jacob Keller living near it terms of Sale will be made on the of Sale or previously by to Abraham or to to j03kphm. Palmb1, a sch by. February 96. The editor of the repository Chambers Burg a and Torch Nile be publish the ail to Etc Day of and charge Tab the same time and place about one Hundred acres of valuable land a part of which in Wood situated in the neighbourhood of Liberty adjoining the lands of Nathan England and Henry Garrick. The property will be Shewn m person s disposed to Purchase by the Irv Stec 0r Raj. Sabret Sollers at any time previous to i to Day of Sale. Possession will be Given on Tho 1st of april. The terms of Sale prescribed by the decree third of the Purchase a Rooney to be paid on the Day of Sale or on the ratification thereof by the court and Tho balance in two equal annual payments with interest from the Day of Sale to be secured by notes with Security to be approved of by the trustee on the payment of the whole Purchase Money the trustee make a Good deed of conveyance to the purchaser agreeably to the directions of the decree. Purchasers and creditors Are particularly requested to attend the Sale of this property As it will positively be sold. Abraham Jones. Trustee. Liberty town feb. 26th, 1831. N. B. The equitable estate in Tho Der of the Home place of de ceased containing kist Bat Bluk Black slate with will be offered far at the tame Tizie and place As atom and will offered a a Tody wife the Mac fat. A. J. Feb. 36tb 1831. Fredekick water compact notice h hereby Given that on monday the Day of March an will held in Frederick county Bank far eight directors the Frederick water by for tit pm nifty year. 7 Henky l. Feb. So

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Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!