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WAFER, & SUGAR:BOXES,
NEST AND BARREL COVERS,
30000 esne,finitabbi for reed makers
500 nest sugar boxes
SOO bine' and half barrel covers
Wasii Boards . -- Candle wick
Lamp wiCks` , - Baskets and tlrusLes
Sugar boxes' , Fishing lines
Weavers' reeds Brush handles
REEDS AND SHUTTLES,
lifters and strainers 11 12 . 1yag rods
oitgaaaTiirine Suitor pinta
Clothe'fpine •-• Bellows and spiggois
WILLOW BASKET CARRIAGES
d cords Fishing hooks
Plough lines I Marbles and tops
'Shoe brushes Lemon squeezers
Wenver4, hr ahes •
MARKET,XIifti FANCY matmers,
Rolling pins Shoe blacking
Potato° mishap putter trays, spooris
Muddlers • paddles
Towel rollers ' Trenchers
Wash and cake boards Crabbing &cabbage nets
Tubs andlutter bowls.
The above articles are offerid for eale, on rem
enable torms, by ,• '
• • VAPENIUS'• D UK EHA R T,
No. 1011, Baltimore between South &Calvert its.
Baltimore, 2d mo. 9th, 1831. ' 44
Tilt subscriber, having disposed of his
' IL whole stock to Mr. Samuel S. Mc
-Dreary, is about declining business, and
wishing, to settle up his concerns in as short
a time as possible,. he therefore earnestly
requests all- persons indebted to him either
by NOTE or. BOOK ACCOUNT„or
Otherwise, to call and settle the same.—
'Those thakowe him TRADE of any kind,
will please deliver the same without delay.
Those whoa, oWe'him on Book. Account and
-have_ bathe _money to pay, will save costs
by calling and giving their 'notes for the a
AtrAll persons owing the subscriber,
and failing to call and - settle before the ist
day of April next, may, after that time,
expect his claims against them to be put in
swat, without respect to persons.
• JAMES A. THOMPSON.
January 12, 1831. tf--40
SUPERIOR Boot and Shoe Blacking,
Long and Short Brush Handles, Hum
ming Tops, dtc.—For sale by
No. Baltimare-st., Baltimore city.
Baltimore, 2d mo. 9th, 1831 ' - 44
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
SAMUEL M. REED; late of Cumber•
land township, deceased, are requested to
make payment on or before the first day of
April next: endall persona having claims
against said Estate r are requested to present
their accounts, properly authentietited, for
settlement, on or before the above .date, to
the subscriber, or, if more convenient, to
JOHN GARVIN, Esq. Gettysburg.
ALEX'n CAMPBELL, Adtn'r.
February, 1 1831. ta-43
No; 101 Baltimore-st., Baltimore,
Has on hand 4. c onsta nt ly keeps a supply or
REEDS & SHUTTLES.
Balthnoie, 2d mo. 9th4881.
Mee of American & Foreign Agency for
- Claims, 49 WalL.st-N. York, Jan. 1881.
11117- WIC _NOTiCE is hereby given to
all pennons whom it . mayooncerrwlarr
_Claims, Debts, Inheritances, &c. paya.
ble or recoverable abrinul, tha - •
has established, under the special mils • :
a . painnut — ge — tif di - Eitinguiatredindividu
in this country, a regular correspondence
with eminent Bankers, &c. urthe principal
„ ports and capitals o oreign overnmen =,
n commercial relations with the U. States.
t tug t- mellation7whereef-such--valici
claims as may be confided' thereto, will be
_expedited for settlement, and promptly and
effectively recovered ; when furnished by
the'claimants with the suitable legal proofs
and vouchers, together with the requisite
Power of Attorney, to be taken and ac
knowledged before any Judge of a Court of
Record, or other competent Civil Magis
trate, Municipal Amhority,or Notary Pub
lie; and - the whole duly 'authenticated by
the.Govemor of the State or Territory itt
-- which she same may be perfected, and le
galized by the.appropriate Foreign Consul.
Having also established a similar corres
pondence throughout the United States and
British America, the like Claims for recove
iy in any part thereof respeCtively, will be
received and efficiently attended to in be
half of American as well as Foreign claim
' Ordere for the investment of fimds on
;Mortgage of Freehold property r or the par
. chase of Public Securities of the U. States,
Canal Ups of the., States of New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, &C. punctually and
_Applications addressed to this Agency in
metai requiring the investigation of claims,
' itifirnhorrecards, or the-intervention of law
protadragr, should - be accompank
with au ;adequate. remittance to defray the
4 liininarY#irgetraiid disburiamente at
-tending:theiker, tuul all letters most be
- posit pattl, '
AARON B. PALMER, '
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kIBCEIPTS & EXPENDULTRES of ADAMS COUNTY.
comnasszoNEEsPorrzczi, ADAMS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
AGREEABLY to an Act of Assembly, entitled, "An Act to raise County Rates and Levies , " requiring the
Commissioners of the respective Counties, to publish , a statement , of the Receipts and Expenditures
- yearly--Wei the Commissioners of Taxes of said County, do Report as follows, viz: From the 7th- day
of January, 1S30 ) to the 6th day of January, 1831, both days included :
To eqtatanding Tai at last settlement,
3 3 Bents Rents M hands of James Gourley,
66 • 61 C. Chritzman, (arreerare,3
46 , 1e29.
Balance ofr r o Ziegler's Bond, -
• Cash on hand ' est settlement,
Tax assessed f 30, •
Ground Rents for 1830 in hands of C. Chritunen, -
Tax - received of tho estate of Benjamin Chambers, dein%
- for 1893-4-5-6-7 and 8,
Amount of .Tacob Besscrman's Notes,
AdditlorforTax Duplicates for 1829, ' --''
Order in favor of G. F. Hoke, unpaid by Treemues.
The Tax assessed for 1830, is as follows, viz:
Joh Bream, Sen.
Sa uel Kennedy,
J os Smith,
The Outstanding Tax.aivears to be in the bands
of the following Collectors, viz
1820 John Marshall,
1823 • Micli'ael Snyder,
1825 Adam Swope,
1827 Caleb Beales,
" Joseph Lei3ver,
1828 Jacob Winrott,*
" Peter Deardorff, Sea,
" James White,
1829 Henry . Albert,
" Henry Toot,'"
" Isaac Wolf,* '
" Michael Kitzmillet,
* Jesse Seabrooks,
" John. Mcllvain,*
" Philip Bishop,
1830 Jacob Wertz,*
" Valentino Hollinger,
" Christian Picking,
• Philip Voglesong,*
." Jesse Cook
" Samuel Lowden,*
" John Bream,
"• John Kugler,*
" Samuel Kennedy,*
" James Smith,* '
• • " John_ Black,*
" Jacob Wills,*
" Benjamin Grainer,*
g=trit:t="t fr :
0 - REPaRT,
To the Honorable' the
_Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of
Ildams.Giuuty. r . •
WE, the Subscribers, beinOuly elected AUDITORS to Settle a nd
, adjust the Public Accounts of the
Treasurer and 'Commissioners of said County, and having been sworn or affirmed agreeably to law,
REPORT the 'following to be a - Generaitatemerit.of the said Account, from the 7th day of January,
1830, to' the 6th day of January, 1831—both - daysiniluded
Wm. S. Cobean, Treasurer, and Commissioners---in =omit with the County o f Mama. .
To.outstanding Tax January 6, 1830,
.Deduct Jacob 11osbornian'a Notes for
'Quit-Rents in hands of James Gourley,
Do. do. ' of C, Chritsman, (an enrages % )
Do. do. of de. 1820,
Balance of George Zieglor's Bond, • •
Cash on•hend January 6th, 1830, ,
Tax assessed for 1830,
Quit.lients fbr 1830, C. Chritzman, Collector,
Tax received of the Estate of Benjamin Chambers, dee'd,
for 1828-4--5-6-7 and 8,
. Jacob Bossermants 5 notes, due.2sth january,llloll,/
—9-3-4 and 5, balance r
Addition to Tax' Duplicates for Inb,. . • . •
WE. further Report;that weave examined the it-ems ithiclitompor the above Account, and .certify
that they are correct—and that the 'Baittuceor o:rTivo Thousao One Hundred and Foety.Nine Dol
lars and Eighty-Five Cents, is in the hands of the Treasurer. -• 1 . • ,
• - JOHN LILLY, • - •
NA -} A rD y re n &
COPY. , - cumity,EwxualtrtnwELL., •
(Feb, 183170 -4*--43) , .
121000 ' 4)lZegOPieZi ACtittiIOOKAIOINVICX3eOb I .c*o. , A,* re , - 4,es. m*-
Cum • Orland,
*Sinai paid in wt..
E or TWO
ittinediately, to the House. Joiner and
Cabinet-making business. They must be
about 10 or 17 years of age. Country boys
would be preferred.
Near LahraonTs Mill, on the Pine Prove Road,
- February 9, 1881. - 4t*--44
ROLLING PINS, Lemon Squeezers,
Potato© Mashers and Muddlers—For
sale by VALERIUS DUKEHART,
. No. 1014 Baltimore-+t., Baltimore City.
2d me. 2d, 1801. 49
• 5,040 78
209 . 30
e 5962 77
S 5 be
. 63 00
115 90 ,
18.53 55e ,
$ 21070 08k
- • CUL
By Orders paid, as follow, viz:
Auditors' pay, - 900
Tuition of Poor Children, 907 61
Collectors of Taxes—Fees and Roles/sm. 481 S 4
Assessors' Pay, 231 63
Treasurer of Poor-house Funds, 4250 00
Sundry bills of Costs paid Sheriff and others, 384 71
Prothonotary's and Clerk's. Fees. . . 29 69
Jacob Fickes, Esq. Commissioner—pay. - 94 50
James Mcllhenny, Esq. do. do. • 91 50
Thomas Ehrehart, Esq. do. do. 91 50
Clerk to Commissioners—pay, . 157 78
Grand Juries and Constables—pay, A" 263 00
General Juries and Constables-40. 902 12}
Fox Scalps, 21 67
Road Views, - ll7 00
Constables—Fees, _ _ 7B 06
Work done in Public Buildirim 20 09
Attorney General—Fees, 15 00 .
Jailor—keeping Prisoners , ace. 864 22
Court Cryer—Pay, &c. - 51 48
Public Printing, , ' • — 2lB 00
Directors of Poor—Pay, 60.00
Sundry persons for Repairing Bridges, 122 65
Wood for Court-house and Prison, 95 37
Coroner—Foes on Inquisitions, 94 32
Officers of Election—Pay, ' '• 357 61
Quit.rent on Lot No. 82 fbr 1829 and 1830,
P. HeSummoning Juries up to Jan. 55.1830 inclusive. 87 75
Jno,Ba gy— . M'Phorson in trust for Philadelphia Prison, 102 - 51 --
Bak of Gettysburg—lnterest,- , 65 33
Cash paid for_ Loom for Prison, 35 81
Medical atte ndance on Prisoners, 8 75
G. Welsh, Proth'y, for transcribing & making Indices he Dockets, 200 00
Treasurer of Water Company—Rent, ' ' 22 50
Order issued in 1826 in favor of Bank of Gettysburg, unpaid i 1500 00
till preserkt year, • ..... _
Order in fkvor ofTroaaurer of Poor-house Funds, issued int # 278 06
1827, with interest, unpaid till present year,
Oreferi of 1829, paid during 1830, 44 98
Outstanding Tax, ' - 6962 77
Do. Quit-rents in hands of James Gourley' 35 08
Do. do. do. C. Chritzman, cie!rage) 725 44 .
Do. do. do. do,
..'i u 's
'Balance of George Ziegler's Bond, 115 00
Do. Jacob Ro3lloll2llUell NOW', 86 81
Treasitrer's Salary, . - 100 00
Cash on band, 214 85
IN TESTIMONY, that the ' foregoing Statement of Baez' •
and ExPranrruazs, exhibited at the Office of the Treasure of
said County, is a true Copy, as taken from and co pa
)( red with the Originals remaining in the Books of this
Offioe--We have hereunto set our Hands, and affixed
the Seal of our said Office, at Gettysburg, the, sixth
day of Janwiry, one thousand eight hundred- and thir
• JAMES 1111PHENNY, COM.M.TS.
By Cash paid on Commissioner ' ders, ,
i Tax, January , 1 I, r _ ...
Quit-Rents n hands of James Go ey,
• Do. do. , of C. Chritzm n, o f Dup.)
Do, do. of do. 1830, .
. , '
Balance of George .Zioglor's Bond,
Balance of Jacob Bosserman's Notes,
Treasurer's Salary,.o . • ' •
Cask on hand, January 6th, 11,
R AN AWAY from Hagerstown. about
a month ago, a negro woman named':
Aged 40—has projecting teeth ; and a sal.
- low, wild, unhealthy look; much addicted
to intemperance; and is,partially - deranged
when drunk—hen a dress of new crossbar
linsey. She Was decoyed away by her hus
band; who is a short, bandy legged old man,
witli n a sore mouth and. a high forehead---
loves whiskey. $2O will be given for in
formation respecting them. •
- J. REYNOLDS.
Hagerstown, Feb. I=l9] Bt-44
XIV BAYER'S, SCRIIBBING,
v tifig, Shoe, White-wash, and other
BRUSHES—For sale by
No. 101 i Baltimore-it., Baltimore City.
Baltimgre, 2d mo. 9th, 1831. 44
Mat-rate chesnut timber LARD,
Lying in. Tyrone township, Ad
ams county, adjoining lands of
Jacob King, Conrad Waggoner
and others, 1 mile from Whitestown and a
bout the same distance from the new Fur
'nace erected -by Messrs. Duncan & Mahon.
.0:Tlf the above property is not sold at
private sale before the 28th of Febrvary
next, it will on iliat day be °tiered at public
sale, at the house of John Yeatt in Wliites
town, whole or divided into Lots of 15 or
26 acre ,la suitpiarchasers..
Terms—One half of the purchase money
be Cash, and the balance in three equal
a nnual payments.
January 13, [l9] 1831. ts-41
IS _HEREBY GIVEN,
To all Legatees, Creditors, or other per
sons concerned, that the Administration
Accounts of John, Bowser, Administrator
debonis non of Samuel Bowser, dermaried.
will he presented to the Orphans' Court of
Adams county for confirmation and allow
ance on Tuesday the Ist day of March
nett. JOHN B. CLARK,
Feb. 2, 1631.
GEMS OF LITERATURE, WIT AND SENTIMENT.
EACH No. of this popular monthly perio
dical for 1831 will contain 48 or more
royal, 81)8: pages of letter press, closely
printed on fine type and good paper, form- -
ine at the end of the year a volume of about
900 pages. Price $2 50 a year in advance.
Every No. will be embellished with ono
elegant Copperplate and several handsome
Wood Engravings, Music, and illustrations
of Botany; besides a beautiful Title Page
and a general index for the volume. The
copperplates will embrace Portraits of our
most distinguished men, the Fashions; views
and Fancy Pieces, equal to those of any
periodical in the United States:
An elegant plate of the latest Fashions
will be published in the January No. One
of the Figures' a full length Portrait of Queen
Adelaide, of England; a Lady in Ball Dress;
a Walking Dross, and Cap and Turban, of
the newest style.
The Febuary No. will contain a splendid -
portrait of Washington. An elegant Scrip
ture Piece for March, is in the hands of the --
Engraver. The subsequent Engravings
will be of the best , quality.
" Liberal Premiutus have been ofibred for
choice, original contributions. And espe
cial care will be taken to have the selections
of the trieWinterent T - indintt — ructive mat
ter, consisting of moral tales, Biography,
Historical Sketches, Poetry, light read
The • Volumes of the Casket for 1827,
1828,1829, and 1830, embellished with a
great number of Engravings, bound or in •
Nos. may still be had, price $2 50 a vo
lume. This may be the last opportunity of
obtaining-complete sets. - But a small num
ber over what is 'required for present - sub.
scribers will be published in 1831, Ad.
dress (orders post paid.)
SAMUEL C. ATKINSON,
11'2 Chesnut-street, Philadelphia.
January 5, 1831. \ 99
Oz New subscribers furnished with back
HE Pedlar wagon belonging to the .
Subscriber_-was-broken open on the
night of thii 11th inst. in the town of An.
ronsburg, and itolen_therefronlabout_L3oQ.
Dollars in money, besides a number of pieces
of Calicoes, Ribbands, Laces, Jewelry, En
glish Merino for Dresses, and other goods
not particularly recollected. A reward of
Two Hundred Dollars -
Will he given to any person ox persons who
will secure the thief or thieves together with
the atolgn property, or a reward in propor
tion to the above mentioned will be paid for
any part of the money or good§ which may
N. B. The Notes being generally of the
United States Bank, together with other
bills of the different Bank of Pennsylvania,
,the person may easily be detected in att`
tempting to pass the Notes, they being all
stained accidentally on one of the ends with
the Oil of Spike. JAMBS wmATH.
Harrisburg, Jan. '22d 1831. •
85 . 08
The subscriber having purchased a good
Including music type, is prepared t o tom,
cute, in a neat,end accurate manner, all or
ders in this line.. . He flatters himself Vl*,
he is able to do book work as well as *JO
done in thecity of Philadelphia or else ti
and at a. cheaper Tate, •-• ' •
He hes also an eicelleat assortment
,entirely .new .I4SB TYPE, and will executer
the. orders of his friend's, and the public , '
generallit, with neatness and despatch, on.
reasonalie %Tins. He asks no sba
of public paironege:. .
(I Q, FLEMIX9.:.
29, 1 ea°
$ 21070 03i
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