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The subscriber will sell arpublic sale,
04 qtasertyty the 29th instant,
OA the premises, at . 12- o'clock, M.
Lying in Tyrone township, dams county,
adjoining lands of Jakob King, Conrad Wa
pner and others, 1 mile from W hitestown
aikabout thn same distance from the now
Furnace erte,ted by Messrs. Duncan & Ma
hon. It Will be sold in LOTS orlo, 1/, er
SO Acres each, tosuit purchasers.
rersuo---One half the purchase money to
be 04N and the balance in three equal an
- Ostebor--11,-1831. ts-26
Will be sold at public sale ' on the premises,
On Saturday the sth of November fiat,
1111 A TRACT - cr
L - . 41 .11 4 D •
-- 01:ming '230 Acres, more or
law, we the property of Wm. Bighorn, de-
4stsed, situate - in Liberty township, Adams
souaty, adjoining laid' of Robert S. Grier,
David Roth, and others. The improve
ments are a two-story •
double log Barn, with other •
outAaildings ; au excellent well of water
_with a pump v convenient to the &veiling—
an orchard containing a variety of fruit
-- trees r - a - sufficiency - oNntadow ittal timber
Ibr the farm. ALSO,
A TENANT HOUSE,
With out buildings.
The above property will be sold togeth
er or divided to suit purchasers. Persons
*Mingle new,' the property; will call on
Mrs. Bigbam, who resides on the farm.—
to commence at 12 o'clock, M. when
the terms will be made known, and due at
tendance given, by
JACOB MYERS', Executor.
October 4, 1831. .ts-20
IN pursuance of an Order of the 0 rphans'
Court of Adams county, will be exposed
to publia sale,
IA Tuesday tkc 25th day of October in54.,.1
on the premises,
atiwate Cimberland township, Adams
sounty, 2 miles from Gettysburg, adjoining
leads of John Ritter, the heirs of Win. M".
sen. John S. Crawford and othere,,
Containing 290 Acres,
awe or laps— The improvetuents are a
double log Barn, and Orchard---
s spring of Water near the house.
Thgxe is a sufficiency of good WOOD
LAND. To be sold as the Estate of
Frederick Mahon:, deceased. .
The above property will be shown those
will* to purchase by Jeicob Eicholts, lit
mg on the farm.
Bale to commtmee it 12 o'clock, M. when
attendance will be given, and terms made
SAMUEL R. WRIGHT;
By the Court,
• JOHN B. CLARK, Clerk.
October 4 0 1881. . te--211
pursuance o an o ier o t e rp ane
L be expo
''' Aid_to public sale,, on
Saturday the nth day o f November next,
on the premises )
• A: TRA CT CIP
Late the Estate of John lichee, Esq. dec'd.
Containing 21 Actes & 38 Perch
. es, with au allowance, situate in Hunting
!ion-+Youthip, Adams county,. adjacent to
lowa of Petersburg, (York Springs.)-
. king lands of Fletcher Moorhead, Ja
• cob ner and others, on which are erec
ted large and convenient two story
aIitRICK 11011 ,SE
and KITCHEN, a brick Spring- /
house, a double Barn, and frame
. . Wood-house. There is a never:'
idling Spring of Water convenient to the
Muse and barn, with a Fountain Pump near
. the kitchen door. .
__ About SEVEN ACRES of the above
. I",,Vatit is cleared and under geed fence, the
reitrader covered with excellen t '- .
There is an Orchard of Peach tend Apple ,
trees on the prem
. , ,
• I . ALSO, -
4 tli . OLIP4ZP rat T o .
Adjoining the . Town of Petersburg+ ALSO,
. ' 41 .L(/'/' OF GROUXD
In the Town of Petersburg, on which are
, mooted, a Frame "louse 4. Stqlge.
A Stiparn of Water runs thioegh this Lot.
}tale to commence at •12 eoock, M.. of
,Oey, *hen attendance elll .. be fien,
'load terms of sale made known, by
' > , 4.40011. FICKES, •ii • „ ,
ETER, .-11. 'fItWITH, i. ' 44 ! "
'\' • -.' :ay the .Curt, ~ . .\ .
701 IN B.I.CLARii, Clerk.
Votekele 4 fati -.--, to-terse
"1 1 ' . 11 1 . 5
lia Sam. .
WILL li;r3 Sold at public sale, on Tues
day the 18th of October next, at the
hones of the subeiriber in Franklin town
ship, the following property, viz:
2 11101tWE% 61,, GE A. 1114,
HOGS 4' SHEEP,
40 head Of Caine-40 - 11 - i6 of which
PLOUGHS k HARROWS, and other
Farming Utensils—Hay by the tun; Straw
by the bundle; 1 Windmill; 1 Store, with
Pipe; HOilsehold'iirid Kitchen Furniture
boo tedious to mention.
Sale to cornmenco at 10 o'clock A. M. on
said day hen attendance and credit will
&optembor 37, 1831. 4t-25
ripHE subecribere resreactfulty inform
their friends and the public generally,
that they will open a NEW STORE at
the hetteeNo. 1, in Mummasburg, on the 4th
day of October next, where they *ill keep
A GOOD ASEloirruErer OF
Which they will sell cur:AP - for CASH, or
trade for COUN TRY PRODUCE.,
SAMUEL WISLER, '
SIX CENTS REWARD.
ANAWAY from the subscriber, liv
ing in Tyrone township, Adams co.,
on the 14th of August last, an indented ap
drentice to the farming business, named
JOHN NEWMAN. The above reward
will be given for said boy if delivered to the
subscriber. All persons are cautioned a•
gainst harboring said apprentice.
September 27, 1881. 4w-25
DAVID 111 4
ly announces to the citizens of Get
tysburg and its vicinity, that he has, remo
ved his SCHOOL to W.st York street, a
few doors from Mr. Newman's tavern,
WHEIta WILL BE 'WIGHT
Orthography, Reading, Writing, English
Grammar, Geography, and all As
principal branches of the
Terms of tuition made known on
at hie echool•toom during the hours
Kr - Reference, Wm. W. BILL.
September 20, 1831.
The subscriber takes this opportunity of in
forming his friends & the public in general,
THAT RR HAI 00101ENCED TR2
lq Carlisle street, alas doors from
Mr. Win. Meeklland's Motel,
Where he intends to carry on pretty exten
sively. He assures those who may patronise
him, that his work will be done as well, and
on as reasonable terms, as at any other es
tablishment. 'He hopes by strict attention
to business, and good work, to please the
public•atul receive a liberal patronage.
WILLIAM W.eIPA XTON.
September (), 1831. 4w-22
N. B. 04rAll kinds of Country Produce
will be taken in exchange for Hate.
TO MY CREDITORS.
TAKE NOTICE, that I have applied
to the Judges of the Court of Common
: of Adams ( county, for the benefit of
the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judged
have appointed Monday the. 28th of No
vember next, for the heering::of me and my
ereditdrs, at the court=hOuse in the borough
dr Gettysburg,,, where you may attend if
you think proper.
• .GEORGE EVILHOCK.
Septelebei 27, 1831. 4w-25
ALL persons having claims against the
estate of DAV ILVBXERS, deceased,
are requbsted to present thdm, properly au
thenticated for aettlpment—and those "in - -
deb,id, are elso requested to call and dis
vharge the same without delay.
JACOB . HERRATOR, S
GEORGE BYERS, rt.
September 6, 1831.
OK.THE LUTHERAN CHURC%
IN THE UNITED STATE&
lIIHE clerical anti lay-delegates appointed
1 by the different District Synods, are re
quested to assemble at Frederick, Md. on
the 30th day, and last Sunday of October
next. Ai this Synod will be celled upOti to
trAnsact buqiness of vital importance to the
hureh, advisory brethren will be cheelfil.
-ly received,if due information of their inten
'lion to be present, be givenho the subscriber.
I)A.YID F. SCOLIF ! FFER,.
' Seerdary of th'i G. S. in the U. N.
July 19, 18131. ' 4t-18
Of 'Valuable pr Op-eity.
Will be sold at pu bli c: -ale, on 'the prevnis
. . •
es, in A bbottsiown, Minna county, Pa.
On Monday the 24th of October next,
the following described Property, 'late the
Estate of Frederick Baugher, dec'd, viz:—
A 2 STORY HOUSE, .
With large back-buildings at-?111'!
Lota large brick :I
bank Barn, and an extensive. ------
with 2 Lots attached thereto. This pre
perty is well worth the consideration of
Capitalists, as it is one of the first Tanne
ries in the two counties. It 'is supplied
With water (by a good water-right) from a
never-failing stream running near it, and is
situated in a good country. for Bark, lying
within 14 miles of The (4 1ligeon Hills."—
The Tannery is large epough to contain
1200 hides ; the buildings are large and con
venient, and all in good order for carrying
on the business.
ALSO-OAV THE SAME DAY,
Containing about •130 Acres,
lying' part• in York and part in Adams et bull
tier,- with - a_ bank Barn= the eon ; Braver
creek runs thro' said tract. A I eo, LOTS
in the vicinity ofsaid town ,to suit purchasers.
Also—A .TRACT OF LAND,
Lying in Hamilton township, Adams (warn.
ty, adjoining lands of John Wolf, Rcury
Stock, and others, containing uh,.ut 5(1 A
cres—about 20 acres of which 1, tii.iviug
Timber; Piny-run creek passes'through 't.
2 Tracts of Pigeon Hill Land,
Containing about 50 Acres each—either di
vided or undivided, to suit purchasers.—
One tract is about 2 miles from Abbotts
town; the other, 3 from Abbottstown and
3 from Hanover—the Hanover and Berlin
Turnpike road passes through it., VrAll
in laid town, known as No. 3, with a Hat
ter's Shop, now in the occupancy of Mr.
Also, A Lot with a Stone Smith-
Shop thereon; and several other Lott ad
joining said town.
Otr There will alto be sold, SIX
SHARES of York and Gettysburg,
and FOUR of Berlin and Hanover,
TURNPIKE ROAD STOCK.
O» Tuesday the 25th Oct., on the premises.
Situate in Manheim township,
York county, about 4 miles from Hailover,
adjoining lands of David Runkle, Chris
tian Melheim, and others, containing about
3815 acres; on which are erected,
A GOOD HOUSE,
IVA large Barn, and all other neces
sary improvements, with an ex
tensive DzinxiLEßY■ Of this
Tract, there are about 200 acres of excel
lent Timber : also a large Orchard. '
On Wednesday the 26th of October,
A Tract of Mountain Land
Will be offered, Situate in Fra4nktin4town
ship, adjoining lands of Peter Mark, An
drew Noel, and others, containing 900
acres, more or less.
07-11rernts math known on days of
sale. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock,
of each day.
„ ISA AC BAUGHER, - Ex);
FREDERICK RAUGI-HER, 8
September 13, 1831,
Respectfully informs the public that he has
• removed to his •
New Shop in Chambershuri Street, a few
doors West of the Court House,
wriEnz ITN 13 PRXRARED TO
Make, Trim, and Repair
oreg o ‘,l jb
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
'BRIDLES, SA PDLE-BAGS,
Portatdriteaus, Harness, Trunks,
andevery other article in.his lino of basi
l:less, with neatness, durability- and despatch.
He returns hie thanks liir past enrciirige
ment, and shall endeavor tbArit i+ coo ti -
uarice of the - Same:
FIB ERAShis Professional services to the
‘l . public/gexierally, and can always be
I found at his lather's residence, at the house
forineoY- occupied by ' James .14orrisaon,
within ono mile & half of Hann/ton..
Fair Mount . Tune 4 l4 - I \ B3l. '
HEREAS,' in and by an Act of the
v General Assembly of this State,
titled "An . Act to regulate the General
Elections of this Commonwealth'," enacted
din the fifteenth day of February, 1796; it is
enjoined on me to give Public Notice of such
Election to be held, and to enumerate iu
such Notice what Officers are to he elected:
I, WILLIAM S. CORP:AN, Sheriff of the Coun
ty of Adams, do therefore hereby make
known, and give this 1 1 . 1113L1C . NOTICE
to the Electors of the said County of Adams,
will he held in the said County, on the •
TSecond Tuesday in Oetqber
next, (the. 11th day,)
at the several Districts, coriiposod of the
following Townships, viz:
In the Firt District, compos
ed of the borough of Gettysburg', .and the
township of Cumberland, at the Court-house
In the Second District, com
posed of the township of Gern►any, at the
house now occupied by Mr. Bishop, in the
town of Petersburg, in the township of Ger-
In the Third District, corn. -
1) ,),,,t (~(- the township of Ilerwaelt, and that
i;art of ti., tween , :hip of Nl,Janipleasant, ly
ing east and nratii of a road leading .
fruni the larniX vrincrly ,)ecupiod hr Gpor t: ,(•
Lasln.ll , , tc, Dellone.4 Ntill, at the bowie of
Fiaiteis Illidt, iu the town of (ht; rd.
lii the Fourth District, coin•-
posed of the townshys of I tunun g ion mid
-LEttinun w -er the Hose -ell'ironnis - Reed in
the town of Petersburg, in the township of
In the Fifth District, coinpos
ed of the townships of Haniiltonban and
Liberty, at the house of Cul. James Reid,
• In the Sixth District, Composr
ed of the township of Hamilton, at the house
of John Picking, in the town of Berlin.
In the Seventh District, com
posed of the township of Menallon; at the
house of W. & F. Hapko, in said township.
In the Eighth -District, com
posed of the township
. of Straban, at the
house now occupied by John Gourley, in
In the Ninth District, compos
ed of the township of Franklin, at the house
formerly occupied by Christian Boocher, in
In the Tenth District, compos
ed of the township of Conowago, at-the house
of Adam Oasteri. in M'Sherrys-town.
In the Eleventh District, com
posed of the township of Tyrone, at the
house of John Harman, in Heitllorsburg, in
In the Twelfth District, com
posed of the township of Mountjoy, at the
house now occupied by John Norbeck, in
In the Thirteenth District,
composed of that part of thp township of
Mountpleasant, lying west and south
public road leading from Mr. Dellone's
Mill, to the -farm formerly necopied_ by
George Lashells, on the York and Gettys
burg turnpike road, at the house now occu
; pied by Sathuel SWope, in Bonaughtown.
In the Fourteenth DistriO,
composed of the township of Reading, at Ike
public school-house in the town of Hampton.
AT WHICH TIME AND- PLACES
WILL BE ELECTED
On e -- - Member. of the Senate =of
Pennsylvania, to represent the
District composed of the coun
ties of Adanis- and York;-
Two Representatives in the State
Legislature, for .the County of
-dams; - -- •
One County Commisioner;
One Auditor of Public Accounts,
and • • ,
One Director of the Poor, and
House of Employment_ of the
County of Adams.
And in and by the said Act; it is directed
that the INSPECTORS - of the said Gener
al Elec - tion shall bo .chosen by ballot, on the
Friday next preceding the first Tuesday in
- - -
Being the 30th September - inst.,
and . the Election for such Inspectors shall
be held in such places , in' each township,
ward or district, as is appointed by law for
that purpose, by the respective Constables,
(who are requited to give at leastotidl*elt's
notice of such Election,) assisted.,by two
qualified citizens, chosen - by such citizens,
qualified to vote, as shall then..b.i. present.
And. it is also in and by the said Act requir
ed, that the Agent tind'lnspectors be at thi
places .. , I,?htir Districts, on the day of the,
General Election aforesaid, at nine o'CIOCA
in the fen-4100n, to do and perform the sev
eral duties required and enjoined on them in
and by the same Act.
And it .isfurther direeTed in and by the
Art of the General Assembly
.of ,this State
aro:et:it id, passed the 17t1iday of:Mardi...me
thOusand: , eiglt hunilresl aiid six, aforesaid;
that One - of the' \JUIN.; ES of each of the
,ierent.Districta as aforesaid, whoshall have
the Charge of the certificate oe the, number
of votes . 4hich shall have beeP:given. Ihr
eiieli candidate for tlit diflierent offiCes then
and forAt thejr respective diet:
tOtt_l4 . ahall, greet of the thilt -dry after,the
election; which will be on Friday the 144-
day of .October- aforesaid, Nat -the Court
house, in the Borough of Gettysburg,- thee
and there to make a fair statement and cer
tificate of the number of votes which shall
have been given at the different districts in
the County of Adams, for any person or per•
sons for the different offices aforesaid, Aker
And,. by a law passed. April 2d, ope thou-
sand eight hundred and twenty-one, it is
made the duty of the Sheriff to give publis
notice of the provisions of said law..
.The following are extracts:
• Sac. 1. Veit enacted by o r semi
House of Representatives Common
wealth of Pennsylrania, in General As
sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the
authority of the same, That the several
qualified electors who shall vote at any gen
eral or special Election within this Com
monwealth, giVe to the inspectors, of
such election, separate tickets for each
Lion or office voted for, which tickets shall
contain no more than the proper number of
names; but no ticket shall be rejected by
the judges of the election in counting off the
votes,-should the same contain fewer names
than the proper number, those for Shoritrs
and Coroners excepted.
Sic. 2. And be it further mulcted by the
authority aforesaid. That it shall be the
duty of the Sheriff or Coroner, as the case
may-be, of eaeh-and every County within
this Commonwealth,-to give Public Notice,
at the same time, and in the same manner,
and under the same penalty, that he is now
required to give notice of any General or
Special Election—that any person who
shall hold 'any office Or appintinent elprofit
or trust under the government ()Utile United
States, -whether a commissioned officer or
otherwise, a subordinate officer or agent,
why tv ur shall be employed under the Le
gislative, nxecutive, or 'Judiciary Depart
ments oPthe Unitvl 'States, and also that
every Member of Congress is by law inca
pable of holding or xmercisiffir at the same
time the office or appointment ofJ udge, In
spector, or Clerk of any Election within thu
Given under my hand, at Gettysburg,
this 6th day of September, in the year
of our Lord, 1831.
WM. S. COBEAN, Sherif.
• LL persons indebted to the subscriber
-rill- for the services ()fins -horse; Colum
bus, for the last three seasons, are request
ed to call and make payment on or before
theist of October nest. Necessity colo
nels him to make this call; therefore, he
hopesit will be attended to.
September 13, 1831.
THE Account of JOHN' WRIGHT,
9ommittee of Joseph L. Hutton and
Benjamin Hutton; is filed in the Prothono
tary's Office of Adams county, and will be
confirmed at the next November Term if
no objections are made.
GEO. WELSH, Proth',y.
October 4, 1831. 4 ' tc--26
LIST OF (LETTERS,
REMAINING in the York Springs Post
Office on the Ist day of 0ct.1831
Jblin - BrOugh, 3 George Hoffinal)
Miss Anna Doyle Mary Mondorff
.Win. Delap Wm. Nicklin
Robt. Elliott Wm. Reid.
J oe l F un k John Shewmaker
David Funk John Shoeinan.
October-4, 1831. 4t-211
Writ - A - X -WROTE'S.
WAS taken up by the subscriber, some
time since, as estrays, THREE
SITOTES,IiIatk and *had color, with their
left ears cropped: The owner is here noti
fied to call and prove property, pay charges
and fake them away, Othorwise they will
be disposed of as TlieTri - w - directs.
October 4, 1.831. 4t-2t3
TO OUR CREDITORS.
WAKE NOTICE, that We have applied
to the Judges of the Court of Ceintnon
Pleas of_A jams county, for the benefit of the-
Insolvent- laws, and, that the said 'Judges
have appointed Monday the 26th day of
NoveMber next,• for the hearing of us and
our creditors., at' the Court-house in the bor
ough of Gettysburg, where you may attend
if you think paoper.
' ALEXANDER SCOTT,,
October 4, 1431.
TO OUR CREDITORS.
r . E, that we have applied
he Judges of the Court of Commons
Pleas o Adams county, -fir the benefit of the
Insolvent laws, and that the said Judge*,
have appointed Monday the 28th day of
Nov' istber next, for the hearing of us and put
creditors, at the Court=house in the borought
of Gettysburg, wherq you may attend Wye*
J 01$ - 11[ 1 4. i
. . •
O? VERY Dp3OAIFTION .
1 1 4.41. 4 1'NE88 /ND'nissriacis.
Ezints OFFICE o*lritE, •
• sriAit, AND ,