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WHEREAS the Hon. Jonx REED, Esq.
President of the several Courts of
Common Pleas, in the Countiee composing
the Ninth District, and Justice ofthe Courts
------ iifiTyiiiaTidTerminer '
and General l - Jail De
• livery, for the trial of all capital and other
offenders in the said.Districi—and DANIEL
SHEFFER, and Wm.IIIPCLEA, Esq's Judges
of the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justi
' ces_of the_Courts ofOyer find Terminer, and
General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all
capital and other offenders in the County of
Adams—have issued their precept, bearing
date the 25th day of August,m the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
thirty-one, and to me directed, for holding a
Court of Common Pleas, and General Quar
ter Sessions of the Peace, and General Jail
Delivery ) and Court of Oyer and Terminer,
On Monday the 28th day pf November next,
At 10 o'clock A.M.
Notice is hereby Given,
To all the Justices of the Peace, the Coro
ner, and Constables, within the said
County, of Adams,
THAT - thOy bo then and there, in their
proper persons, with their Rolls, Records,
Examinations, and ether Re
membrances, to do those things which to
their offices, and in that behalf, appertain
to be done,and also they who will prose
.cute against tho prisoners that are, or then
shall bo, in the Jail of the said County of
Adams, are to" be then and there to prose
cute against them as shall be just.
Dated at Gettysburg, the 25th day of
October, A. D. 1831.
Wig. S. COBEAN, Sheriff.
I rN pursuance of a Writ, directed to me
for that purpose by . his Excellency
GEORGE WOLF, Governor of the Com
monwealth of Pe*sylvania I WILLIAM .
S. COBEAN, Esquire, High Sheriff of the
County of Adams, DO THEREFORE, HEREBY
Make known, and , give this public notice to
the Electoraof said county, that anrElectien
will be held
Uri Tuesday the 22d of November next,
at the several Election Districts established
by law-in said county; at which time and
places the qualified electori as aforesaid,
will'elect by Ballot
One Mireonber of Congress
to represent the Eleventh Congressional
District, at present composed of the Coun
ties of . Cumberland, Adams, Franklin and
Perry, in the- House of Representatives of
the United States, in consequence of the
vacancy which has happened by the decease
of William Ramsey, Esq. who was elected
a Member of said District.
By the 15th Section of the act of 15th of
February 1779, it is provided, that the
Judges and Inspectors chosen for and before
the preceding General Election, shall attend
and serve as such respectively at such oc
casional election; and thOsaid Inspectors
___andJudge- svill:heiefore. meet the pro.
per place in their respective districts, on the
day of the election aforesaid at nine o'clock
mini - to do and perform the sev
eral duties enjoined on them by laj.
-- urn ge ofe se - veral Elec
- tioifthiCriets, - WIO - meet at the Court
Howie in the Borough of Gettysburg, on
Friday the 25th day or November next, at
-11 o'clock - A. M. with ---- artificates of Elec
tion. m their respective-dist • ~ . .
•theduty required of them by law. And i
and by an act of the General Assembly,
passed the 2d• day of April 1521 it is enact
ed and declared that every person who,
shall hold may office or appointment of pro,
fit or trait under the Government of the U.
States whether commissioned officers. or
otherwise; a subordinate officer or agent,
es who is or shalt be employed under the
Legislative Executive or Judiciary Depart
ment of the United States, and - also, that
every member of Congress, is by law ince
pabli of holding or exercising, at the same
time, the office• or appointment of Judge,
Inspector, or Clerk . of any election id this
Dataat Gettysburg, the 18th day of Oc•
Sober, iti•the . year of our Lord, 1831.
WWI fAill S. COBEAN, Sheriff.
• JOHN S. BRIDGES,
Costifetioner and Fruiterer,
No. 139:KtitactSparsT, BACTI ' MORB.
Manufactures and Sells
AXIVHDLESALE, - AT 18 Mtn rna POUND..
try-An, cgders,wit, paid,: enclosing the Cash,
will meet Aiith immediate attention.
k . lepa constantly on hand, a
LAWNS- AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Otalribt dl rent kinds, Foreign and. Domenic.
Puce Sweeitheats, •'' Cordials, •
Bastindia PipservpdiGinger, Syrups,
Pire dekerl,.. 4,
Wilmorei. Or toikr. 18, 'ilia/ 4t-2 8.
L bQ exPOsed, to pubic wile on
T v Saturday the 17th dayyDecember
not, at 'the house of Jskiebair, limkeepet
in the Borough of Hanover; at 1 o'clock
P. M., the following described property, viz:
A - 2 STORY - BRICK
of Hanover, Baltimore-street, next door to
Gobrechts'Apothecaryi late the residence
of John Michael, deceased. The above
property if well - calculated for any kind of
public business, and has been occupied b'
said deceased as a store for a number of
years, being the third lot from the corner
The condition of sale will be as follows:
One half of the purchase money in hand on
delivery of the Deed, which will be on or
before the Ist day of April 1832, and.the
residue in two equal annual payments; the
purchaser to give his bonds with approved
JOHN MICHAEL, Jr:Exir.
October 25, 1831. to-29
COME AND SEE
T 1 PRECISE FALL 0.002111
11.71rIEL COMFORT has
dust received from Philadelphia, a
new and beautiful assortment of
FALL aiNTINTER GOODS
Superfine Blue, Black, i
Mixed and Olive
, CASSI NETS, BLANKETS,
FLANNEL, MERINO SHAWLS,
Freech & English Merinoes & Crape Royal,
Black Binbazetts, Circassian,
Tartan Plaids and Camlet CLOAKS,
English & Italian Lustring SILKS,
Wilk almost every other article in his line
qf business. His stock of Goods having
been selected with great care, will be sold
on very accommodating terms. tr.)—Per
sons wishing to purchase largely, will find
it to their advantage to call and examine—
they may rest assured of having Gobils of
fered them as CHEAP as at any other house
iu the place.
large lot of IRO.!;
Has just been received from Arnold & Ste
vens Forge, warranted of a superior quali
ty—which will be sold low.
Gettysburg, October 18, 1831. 4t-28
- DR. Z. CULBERT,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
At the old stand a fete doors South of Mr.
Jaynes Gourley 's Tavern, Baltimore
A FRESH AND GENERAL SUPPLY OP
1D 1 fartale•
Paints sr _Dye-Muth.
AMONG WHICH, ARE THE FOLLOWING
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Acid Sulphur's Mustard Seed
" Nitric Nutmeg
" Muriatio Oil Worn►seed
a Tartaric " Cinnamon
" Lemon " Cloves
/Ether " Castor
Aseafmtida " Sweet
Antimony " Cubebs
Baillam Copaiva " Mint
Borax crude and relined " Juniper
Blue Pill Opium
Carb Ferri Rhubarb
" Ammonia Red Precipitato
" k, agnesia Snide Root
Cre arias • Sal Ammoniac
Camphor Salts Epson:- -
Calcined Magnesia " Glauber
Flor. Sulphur • 13enna
Gum Guise - Tartar Emotis
. " Arable Venice Turpentine
Draggon Varnish Copal
Manna " Black ell
PAINT ( S.
d Terra De Sienna
s y rwliiah Brown
Logwood shipped Indigo
Redwood • Miura.
Full() • Red Saunders
Camwood Red Tartar
Turmeric • &c. &e. &e.
Bgternans Drops Medicamentum
Balsam De Malta Whites Tooth ache drops
" of Litt Golden Tincture
British oil Pills . Lee's
Cephalic Snuff Dyot's
Elixer Paregoric H. Lyon's
" Vitriol Fisher's ';'
Eye water flooper's
Essence Cinnsinii Anders*.
" Peppermint " quirt&
" Lemon - OpodeMoe
Godfreyi Cordial arc. 4c. tS•e,
0 7 -I s rii.3 above articles he will sell as
low for-Cash, as can. be had at any other
shop in the place.
September 20, 1831.
TO OUR CREDITORS.
WAKE NOTICE, that we have applied
to the Judges of the Court of Commin
Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the
Insolvent laws, and that the said Judge
have appointed Monday the 28th da of
Novomr.next, for the hetting of ua toad .
.our creditors,, at the Court-houso in the bOa.
Aof Gettysburg, vvhere you may attend
' ALEXANDER SCOTT,
" BENkv a-.-
•••••*ctober 4 1:881. 4t-28
6.. • *
THE Butstriber iespectlidly informs 'his
customers and the public, that he is
just receiving a fresh supply of
CONSISTING OP •
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Queens Ware and Hard Ware,
Stoves and Hollow Ware,
Trop and Limnber, &C.
All catAp for: CASH and COUNTRY
THOMAS J. COOPVR.
N. B. 1 return my thanks to those that
have attended to my last notice for calling
and settling; and wish others to call anti
settle, whore their accounts is of old stand
October 18, 1831.
THE subscriber respectfully tenders his
thanks to his friends, and the public
generally, for their liberal encouragement,
and informs them that he has just returned
from the Cities of Philadelphia and Balti
timore with a
LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
AMONG WHICH ARE,
- CLOTHS, CA.SSIMERES and
TARTAN PLAIDS, /Ye. 4.c.
WIT . A HANDSOME ASSORTMENTOF
English and French super royal
MERINOS,•& Merino and Thibet
OzrAs Puffing is unnecessary, I only re
quest a call, to oblige
SAMUEL FA HNESTOCK.
Gettysburg, October 4, 1831. 4t—Q6
BOOT. S. M. TUDOR,
O FFERS his Professional services to the
public generally, and can always be
found at his father's residence, at the house
formerly occupied by James Morrisson,
within one mile and a half of Hampton.
Fair Mount, June 14, 1831. tf-10
TO OUR CREDITORS..
'FAKE NOTICE, that we have applied
Jo- to the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the
Insolvent laws, and that the mid Judges
have appointed Monday the Mat h day of
November next; for the hearing ofus and our
creditors, at the Court-house in the bolough
October 4, 1891.
'a German alitti-Jrlasonie
FOR THE YEAR 1832,
Has just been published at Lancaster, Pa. by S.
WAGNER, Editor ofthe Examiner,.
Tills ALMANAC is handsomely print
ed on good paper, with now and neat
type; 'and contains forty-eight large octavo
pages of letter-press. It comprises histori
cal notices ofFreemasonry,, and expositions
of its character and tendency in a social,
religious, motel and political point of view;
an explanation of t the system of symbolical
mqenry, with extracts from the obligations
and a brief description of, the ceremonies of
each degree, illustrated by
FITTT-F'I'VE 77001:07143 ;
And a variety of information relating to Se
`oret Sooiqtiop; besides the usual astronomi
Pniclita*Ten dollars, ver gross.
, One dollar,, per dozen.
Single copies, 1.2 i cents.-
Orders, accompanied with cash 6r
satigactoryt regsreaces, wilL be promptly
tend to. , '
EXIIetrTBD NBA TNICiIi'ANIO-DitiPATeil
AZ nits firms&
T. J. - C. - -
Your o'ued lent serv't.
' #l 4.
I N pursuance drlka,iiider of the Orphans'
Court of Adams county, will be expos
ed to public sale, on •
saturd4y the 26th day 4f November next,
' on th© -pieniises,
A TRACT OF-
L D ,
Late the -- Esta-te - of John Fiekes, Esq. deed:
Containing 21 Acres 84 38 Perch
es, with an allowance, situate in Hunting
ton township, Adams county, adjacent to
the town of Petersburg, (York Springs,)
adjoining lands of Fletcher Moorhead, Ja.
cob Gardner and others, on which are erec
ted a large, and convenient two story'
BRIC A TC DOUSE
•• • and. KITCHEN, a brick Spring
si • house, a double Barn, and frame
Wood-house. There is a never
failing Spring of Water convenient to the
house and barn, with a Fountain Pump near
the kitchen door.
About SEVEN ACRES . of the above:
Tract is cleared and under good fence, the
remainder covered with excellent Timber.
There is an Orchard of Peach and Apple
trees on the ,premises.
tiIODIAYP ZiOEPo •
Adjoining the' Town of Petersburg. ALSO,
Al LOT OF GROUXD
In the Town of Petersburg, on which are
erected, a - Frame House* Slable.,
A Stream of Water runs through this Lot.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M. of
said day, when attendance will be given,
and torus of sale mad& known, by'
JACOB FICKES, e
rortft - 8311TH, Adm'rB
fly the Court,
JOHN B. CLARK, Cleric. •
October 4,- 1331. is-26
IRON ! IRMY: !
THE - subscriber offers Iron fir sale at
the reduced price of $5 SO per cwt.,
gross, and $4 92, nett. He has on hand
a large assortment of all kinds of Iron,
rolled and hammered.
DAVID ZIEG it s
October 18, 1881. 4t-28
Ten Dollars Reward.
H l' authority of tlk Town Council of
the Borough of Gettysburg, I hereby
offer a reward of TEN DOLLARS, for
such information as shall lead to the con
viction in the Court of Conimon Pleas of
Adams county, of the person or persons who
committed a - wanton and malicious outrage
upon the property of a traveller, at the
house of Jani Gourley, in said borough,
on the night of the 17th Inst.
ROBERT swim, Burgas..
Gettysburg,-, Nov. I, 18a1. 4w-30
ANTI -MASONIC BOOKS.—A great
variety of Anti-Masonic Publications
have been received and arc ready for dis
tribution, and sale, by the subscriber; A
mong which are the following :-
5000 Giddin's Almanacsfor 1831 and 1832.
New England do. do.
Proceedings of the National Anti-Masonic
C. D. Colden's Letter.
Lamentations of Free -Masonry.
Illustrations of Free-Masonry, by William
Baltimoro, 11th mo. let, 1881. 4t-80
mURING the approaching Session, the
Pennsylvania Reporter will contain
full, fair, and impartial reports of the pro
ceedings of both branches of the legislature.
Competent reporters are. already engaged,
- who-will - attend - regularly in the Senate
and House of Representatives during their
sessions. The Reporter will be printed on
a fine large imperial sheet, with small type,
which will enable us lo give the reports of
the proceedings and debates, in both houses,
at great length; and no exertion's will'be
spared to render it interesting to the public
in general, and "partkiularly to the citizens
of Pennsylvania, as a faithful record of its
legislative proceedings. The terms will be
the same as heretofore, viz:
For the fusion, twice n week, in advance r $ 00
For the whole year, 3 00
Otr The aceounts due fur subscription to
the Reporter, from its commencement, Net
vember 20,1827, have been transferred to
the subscriber, who earnestly requests all
those in arrears, to embrace the opportuni
ty afforded by the. meeting of the legislature,
to forward their dueo by the meinbers.—
Those who do not reside convenient to their
members,, may transmit by mail at our risk.
November, I, I E) i 3l. 4t-80
TO MY CREDITORS.
TAKE NOTICE, that I have applied
to the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of
the Insolvent laws, and that the sthd Judges
have appoi4te'd Monclnc . the 28ih of No
na:her next, for the hearing of me and my
;creditors, at the Court-hrse• in the bcreugh
of Gettysburg, where. you! naay':iittid if
you - think popper. e •
GO,ORGE , •
Septembvt 27, 1.221. • -
, loximtnums• SALES.
I pursuance or' sundry writs Of Vendi.
tionirEVOrmatissud-ot—of - the Court
of - C4rnmon Pleas, and to rue ` directed, *ill
,be epiiksed ,to public sale, on Friday the
25th day of November inst., at 12 o'clock,
M. at the Court-house in the Borough of
Gettysburg, the following real estate, viz:
A Tract of 'Land,
Situate in__MOuntjay townslitp_ co .,
adjoining landior Jesse .D. Newman, Jacob
Hartman, and others, containing 15 Acres,
more or less, on which are erected a
Two Story Log Dwelling House,
with a well of water at the door, ti- double
Log Barn, and an Orchard. • Seized and
taken in execution.as-the-Estate-of James
ALSO—A Tract of Land ,
Situate in Mountpleasant township, Adams
county, adjoining lands of Philip Flesliman,
James Lockhart and others, containing 53
Acres, more or less, on yvhichare erected a
Story Log Dwelling House,
double Log Barn, Log Sprina-house; and
two Orchards. Seized and taken in exe
cution as the Estate of John Schlosser.
ALSO—A Tract of Land,,
Situate in Tyrone township, Adams co.,
adjoining lands of John- Hartzell, Adam
Forney and Philip Hartz.ell, containing a
bout 14 Acres and 151. Perches, on which
are erected a Two Story Log Dwelling
House, Log Stable / Tanyard, Log Shop,
Log. Mill-House, at@ an Orchard. Seized
and taken in execution as .the Estate of
• , WM. S. COBEAN, Sheriff:
Sheriff's Office, Gettys.
burg, Nov. 8, 1831.
The Pennsylvania Telegraph.
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();!7 - All rernittarkes by mail, at the risk
of the subscriber. THEO. FENN.
Harrisburg, Nov. '8; 1831. 4t-31
Novethber Term... 1831.
Straban lownskip.—Peter Hulick, John
Corunrago.—Nicholas Ginter, Jno. Emlet.
Menallen.—Geo. Stauter, Levi Grist..
• Tyrone.—Jacob Smith, William Millar,
Berwick.—Geo. Himes, Isaac Wolf;
Cumber/and.=—Joseph • W.alk.Pr,, James
Boyd - , John Plank, Robert Thompson.
Mounijoy.—Sarnuel Durborrow, John.
Hamiltonban.--David McMillan, John.
Ferree, Isaac Robinson.
, Borough. --John Slentz, Jacob Lefever.,
Lfami/ton."—Daniel E. Fahnestoek#
GENERAL 317 RT.
Franklin Tcnonikip:',Robert Morrison,
David- Willi Nicholas Mark, Alexander
Caldwell, Them is M'Knight.
Berwick—Jacb Newman, George Slat.
gle, John Barmtz, Daniel Geisolman, Henry,v
Huntington—John Gardner,. Thos. Sty
phens, bra'm Trostle, Templeton Brandon.
Moan/pleasant—Jacob Diehl, Jr. Joseph.
Rider, Andetseiv ,
Mourgioy--4no. Black, SilarMs Homer,.
Jesse D. Newman, Joseph 0. ThoMpson.
Hamikonban--William White, Jacob
Weldy,,David Stewart,. Joseph Baugher.
qv-many—Wm. Winrolt, Joseph Fink,,
Miehhel Snyder: . • •
Gettysburg--Samuel. Fabbestock, David
Straban—Jacob Clissatt r Jr. haw Brim..
WILL at alLtimes be received' in pay
moat for the Star. It is needed• ve
ry much at present.
ROBERT 'l4r . . MIDDLETON..
November g, 1831. ,
QUO QULP/A72,2loipi eM.lBl geo ,
'b, the WiSI •
iwited,,itnanduaoly at the Star Otru:e.
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