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A ' - flallerlia 'S Sales.
y•sIN pursuance of sundry Writs of Vendi•
Exponas, issued out of the Court of
~, . ..f:i-COmmon Pleas of Adams county, and to me
directed, will be exposed to public sale, on
',..' ; *,lviS i aturday the 27th of December inst., at 1
o'clock P. N. at the Court-house, in t3ettys
'4:Purg,the following real Estate, viz:
A TRACT OF LAND,
' ,Ititutito . in Cumberland township, Adams
k . : . Countontaining 83 AcreS more or less,
;itijilinitig - lands of Jacob Hanky, James A.
e L" . .-'; .t. ,:: l l:hom — ps' on, the heirs of Saiintel Sloan and
,ofhers, on which are erected a one and a
. .1: half story LOG DWELLING
r. .. „ .
'' - . HOUSE ,
~ • II I v
-;;: • a log Stable, with a spring of water near .
this house. Seized and taken in execution
as the property of Samuel Blakely en right
of hid Wife.
Situate in Latimore township, A.
dams county, containing 115 A.
cres, more or. less, adjoining lands
•• of the heirs of Soloman Bower, J.
Peiiriman, Michael Bower and others, with
a•tvrnitory LOG •
doable log Barn, two wells of water near
the house, and one well of water in the field,
two apple orchards, and a large quantity of
meadow. Seized and taken in execution as
the property of Isaac Bower.
.OF GUOII3 - NII,
In the town of Heidlersburg, Tyrone town.
ship, Adams county, on which are erected,
A ono story Log Dwelling House,
Log Shop, a Log Stable, and a part of
st well of water convenient to the house.—
Also, 8 Lots of Ground, in said town, occu
pied as Meadow Lots.
Seized and taken in execution as the pro
perty of John Harman.
A TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in Mountpleasant township, Adams
county, containing 120 Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Joseph Harman, John
Miller and others, on which are erected,
A TWO-STORY LOG
1 I" DWELLING HOUSE,
se u Log Kitchen, Double Log Barn,
• - a small orchard,a large quantity of
Meadow and a never-failing spring of water
not far from the house. Seized and taken in
execution is the property of John Garlock.
A TRACT OP LAND,
.. • • Situate in Liberty township, A
, • -
"7 dams county, containing 73 acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of
John Glacker, Neal McCallion,
P r. Shields and others,on which are erected
with a spring of water near the door. Seiz
ed and taken in execution as the property
of John ifcCallion.
A TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in Cumberland township, Adams
county, containing 249 Acres,more or less,
adjoining lands of Jacob Hanky, James A.
Thompson, Heirs of Samuel Sloan, dec'd,
D. Ziegler and others,on which aro erected
Two .1.4 story Log & Frame
I DWELLING HOUSES,
I I •
T 1441. 1 -1 e . two Log Stables, a spring of
water near each house and a
well of water near the turnpike on said farm;
alstra large-quantity of-Meadow.- Seized and
taken in execution as the property of Sum
tiel Blakely and John Sweney.
ALL THE INTEREST OF
A TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in iattmore township, Adams conn
ty,-.adjoining lands of Philip Myers, John
Wolford , ' and others, containing 40 Acres;
more or less, on which are erected a one and
a half-atory LOG DWELLING
/7 0 S E,
log Statile, log Blacksmith Shop, an excel
lent spring of water, and a small peach or
chard: Seized and taken in elocution as
the priiperty of Yoh?: ilicßride.
A TRACT OF' LAND,
Situate in Cumberland township,
0 4 -r.' Adams county, containing 10 A•
eks, more or less, adjoining lands
of James McAlister, Peter Fry
and others, on which are erected,a two•story
,Liog 'Stable, two springs of water and an ex
tAllerit.Orehard. 'Seized And taken in exe-
OtiOn as the property of Nelson Hagen and
of Mali Lot of Ground,
111rommte in West Street, Gettysburg, known
by. No. 1, late addition to said town, adjoin
-oga half lot of T. J. Cooper, and alleys--
On Which are erected
FRAME HOUSE & other buildings.
and tahen in execution as the proper.
ly ofJohn S'weney.
r'lltACT Or LAND,
, Shwa in Franklin township, Adams coon.
Lv, adjoining lands of John Lady, David
2140‘infan, Peter Marks and others, contain-
OD-Acres, more or less, on which are
ftd n„,l.k story
0-11 S E
•.; ;ri";‘ - suad log Stable; with a spring of
-.l.Asider neat` *Amos, and an apple orchard.
hnid`ninl taken in execution as the proper-
Crass, deceased, in the hands
THE GE , TTYSBURG STAR. REPUBLICAN BANNER.
of James Dobbin, Ex'r of said dec'd, with
notice to T. Stevens, tertenant.
A TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in Latimore,tewnship, Adams coun
ty, containing 130 Acres, min.° or less, ad
joining lands of John Wollbrd, Allen Robin
ette and others, on which are erected a two
story Brick dwelling
II 0 U 8 E
with a Brick back building attached to' the
same, double log Barn, stone Spring-house,
and other out-buildings; a small orchard.—
Seized and taken in exeeutior. as the proper.
y of Samuel Candy.
James Bell, Jr, SUER IF F.
-Sheriff's Office, Getty.,-
. burg, Dec. 2, 1834.
WILL be sold at public sale, on Tues
day the 30th of December inst., on
the premises, at 12 o'clock m., agreeably to
an order of the Court, all that
TRACT or LAND,'
Lying in Huntington township, Adams coun
ty, Pa. adjoining lands of James Neely, Ro.
bert M'flvain and others, containing about
93 Acres, more or less—having thereon
erected a. LOG
double log Barn, a- Smith-shop and an Or
chard—to be sold as the Estate of Join
Ki.Terins made known on day of sale,
and attendance given by
H. WIERIVAN, r ustees.
December 2, 1834. is-35
Kriff the above is not sold on the above
day, it will then be rented to the highest
bidder for one year from the Ist April next.
11 1 13BIAC SAIIATA.
WILL be sold, to the highest and best
bidder, at public sale, on Thursday
the 25th inst. on the premises,
A LOT or GROUND,
Situate in the town of Hampton, Adams co.
Pa. having thereon erected a good dwelling
Er 0 U la S E
; 0 -
Stabling and a well of good wa•
ter quite convenient—to ho sold as the Es
tate of the late P. G. Leber. The house is
now occupied by Mrs. Leber.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock r. 3r. when
the terms will be made known.
December 2, 1834.
W., be sold at public sale, on the
premises,on Tuesday the 30th inst.,
A kl, A M 9
~ 0: 44.0
. 1 ... situate in Menallen township, A
dims county, Pa. on lonowago creek, ad
joining lands of N ichol Doitrick, Benjamin
Harris and others—Estate of Taos.
GRIEST, deceased; Oontaining 155 Acres,
more or less; whereon is erected a one and
a half-story LOG
U S F
double log Barn, with a well of water near
the house. • "
LOT OF 20 ACRES,
adjoining the above described land and the
heirs of .Stepben Hendricks, whereon is
erected a two•story LOG ROUSE
AL LOT OT 30 ACRES,
adjoining the ahovo Farm and Henry
der and others, whereon'is erected a one
and a half-story LOG 110 USE and
a small log Barn, with a wall of water at
the house door. [lf this last lot is not sold,
it will be rented on said day for one year
from the Ist of April next.]
Also, Wheat, Rye, Corn and Oats, by
the bushel. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock
A. m. when attendance will be given and
terms made known by
ISAAC TUDOR, "
December 16, 1884. to-37
Estate of Jacob iralker, deed.
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of
.z - •• JACOB WALKER, late of Latimore
township, Adams county, Pa. deceaseit will
make payment to the subscriber without do
lay. And all persons having claims against
the Estate of said deceased, are here by no.
titled to make known . the same to the sub
scriber, without delay.
SAMUEL W A LKER, Adm'r.
December 2, 1834. 6t-35
NOTICE is hereby given to those con
cerned, that the subscribers havebeen
appointed AUDITORS to apportion the as•
sets remaining in the hands of EJARMAN
WIERMAN, Administrator of CA'PH A
RIIV E lIIUNTORFF, deceased, will meet
for that purpoSe, at the hoiise of Wt.. James
Gourley, in the Borough of Gettysburg, on
Saturday the 27th of December inst., ut 10
o'clock A. n. at which time and place those
who have . claims against said estate are re
quested to present them.
JOHN M STEVENSON,
SAMPSON S. 'KING, n. •
SAMUEL R. RUSSELL, ?I
. December 2, 1834. 41-35
11,111 , ACA, SSA R OTL.—ROwland's Maces.
sar Oil to beautify and promote the
growth of the hair. For sale at the Drug
Dr. J. COI BERT
Gettysburg, Dec. 9,'18[1,,
C. BLUSH, Adger.
A MEETING of the Rock Creek Tern•
perance Society will be held at the
Rock Creek Chapel on Thursday the 25th
inst. at 1 o'clock I. M. Several Addresses,
it is expected, will be delivered•
By . order of the Secretary.
Dec. 16, 1..84. tm--37
Estate of Thomas Griest, dec'd.
LL persons indebted to the Estate of
-firk- THOMAS GRIEsT, late of Lati
more township, Adams county, deceased,
will make payment tot he subscribers without
delay. And all persons having claims or
demands against the Estate of said deceased,
are hereby notified to make known the same
to the subscriberS without delay.
The Exgcutors both reside in Latimore
township, Adams county.
GIDEON GItIEST, Pa rs,
December 16, 1834
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FIELD at Gettysburg, for the County of
Adams, on the 24th day of November,
A. D. 18:34, before John Reed, Esq. and
his associates, Judges, &c. assigned, &c.
Due proof having been made . of the ser
vice of the Rule granted at the last Orphans'
Court, on all the heirs and legal represen
tatives of Isaiah Wh;te, deceased, to be and
appear at this Court to accept or reline to
take the real Estate - of said deceased, at the
valuation made thereof, and being severally
called and making no answer,
The Court Grant a Rule,
ON ALL THE HEIRS AND.LEGAL RE
2 - tayaava.4u uniazneak.
deceased, to wit, John (the Petitioner,)
hitha,intertrarried with TlMmas Orr; Polly,
who was intermarried with
. .loseph Weld,
lough,(both of whom are since dec'd, leaving
issue one daughter named Adeline;) Martini,
intermarried with William Paxton; Isabel-
In; and Lucinda Jane, intermarried with
Samuel M'Gaughy,or the Guardians ofsuch
of them as are minors, to he and appear at
the next Orphans' CoJrt, to be held at Get
tysburg, for the County of Adams, on the
30th day of December inst., to shew cause
why the real Estate of said deceased, should
not be sold, agreeably to the Intestate laws
of this ComMonwealth.
By the Court,
JOHN B. CLARK, Cl'k.
December 16, 1834. tc-3
r 4 01
rill-11 . 3 mild and efficacious remedy pos.
sesses many advantages over other
remedies usually employed for diseases of
children. It has been found beneficial in
the followingdiseases—Pains in the stomach
and bowels, cholic, grrping, restlessness, &c.
&c. It is prepared from vegetables only.
For sale at the Drug Store of
Dr. J. GILBERT.
Gettysburg, Dec. 9, 1834. tf- ti
Fall - 1E School Directors of the Bornt4.h of
Gettysburg,give notice,t hat they have
divided the Borough into Four School Dis
tricts, as follows:
No. 1, which includes all upon the east
side of Baltimore-street, from the northern
and eastern line of the ''Borough to the alley
between H. Little and J. Sweney.
No. 2, which includes all from the south
ern line of the Borough, on the east side of
Baltimore Street, to the aforesaid alley, and
on the west side of BaLimore-street to
No. 3, which includes all from west High
street to west Middle -street, and from West
street as far as west_York,street to the wes
tern limits of the Borough.
No. 4, which includes all from west Mid
dle-street, as far as West-street, to the
northern limits of the Borough, and from
West-street as far as west York-street to
the western line of the Borough.
In each of these districts there will be
one Public School for Whites.
There will also be one School in the Bo
rough for Colored Children, to be under the
superintendence of a Female teacher.
The Public Schools will open on the First
Monday of January next, in the several
Districts as above detailed.
Persons desirous of being appointed
Teachers, will- make application to S. S.
lime, Esq. President of the Board.
By order of the Board,
ROBERT G. HARPER, Seen , .
December 2, 1834. t f-35
%TAMES COOP f,
aUttlibiee) - K. s .lre eat?
ChITICE in Chatnbersburg Street, a few
doors East of Mr. Forrey'sTavern.
Gett:tlsburg, June 10, 1834. tf-10
VARNISH—A large supply of black oil
Varnish,fer saddlers' and shoemakers'
use, just received and for sale at the Drug
Gettysburg, Dec. 9,1834.
ESSENCES, OPODELDOC, BRIT
ISII OIL, eze. For sale by the doz
en, &c. at the Drug store of
Dr. J. GILBERT, Gettysburg.
December 9, 1884. tf-38
ABSCONDED from Gettysburg on the
13th of October last, a young lad-by
the name of JOHN B. HALL, 17 years
of age, dark complexion, has the tetter in
all his nails on both hands, has a la rgescar
over his loft eye; has worked 'at the butch
ering 2 years in Baltimore, and has worked
at shoe.making in Gettysburg; he took with
him various clothing, but commonly wears
a black hat with a scarf 'on it. Anv infor.
mation respecting him will be thankfully re
ceived by a diSconsolate mother. •
N. B. All persons are forwarned against
trusting, harboringr, or employing said boy,
at the peril of thjlaw, ns I will inflict the
penalty or the same on all offenders, without
respect to persons a f ter this date.
Gettysburg, Dec. 9, 18:34. 3t-36
A / 170RM TEA—For . sale at the Di ug
v store of DR. J.,GILBERT.
Gettysburg, Dec. 9, 118 .8 / 1 . tf-36
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
AFRESH supply of genuine DRUGS
and MEDICINES just received and
for solo at the Drug store of '
to ) ..g
C l l p
DR. J. GILBERT.
A REMARKABLE CUBE OF
IIY TIIE USE OF
DR. JEWS RHEUMATIC LINIMENT. I
Copy of a Letter!/
CrixabEirrowN, tillass.) June 23, 1827.
To the Proprietor of Dr. Jebb'4 Liniment.
DEAR SIR—I deem it a duty 1 owo:to suffering
humanity, to acqnaint you, and through you the
public, (should you think best) of the unexpected
and surprising cure performed on myself by the
use of the . above most excellent Medicine. 1 have
boon for more than thirty years, and sometimes
most severely, afflicted with the Rheumatism,
have boon frequently rendered perfectly holplees;
and in consequence confined to My- bed, when it
has required two persons .to move me, being in
such extreme pain; I have several times been un
der the care of the most eminent physiciunr, but
procured only temporary relief, I one day no.
ticed tho advertisement of Dr. Jebb's Liniment,
with the testimonials accompanying it, and was
induced to try a buttle,which I used without much
sensible benefit. 1 concluded, however, to perse
vere, and bought another bottle, and was greatly
relieved, and by the use of.half the third bottle,
was woolly cured, and have noyer since had a re.
turn of the pain, which I had not boon free from
a month at a time for thirty years, and it is pow
more than three years since 1 was cured. I would
must earnestly advise every person suffering
dor this painful complaint, not to despair °fa cure
so lung as they can obtain Dr. Jobb's Liniment.
You aro at liberty to make any use of this you
may think advisable.
Most respectfully yours, '
CALEB SYM ME'S.
To the foregoing testimony, many other un
questionable proofs might be added, in favor of the
superior Liniment of Dr. Jobb. Nothing but a
lair trial, which the proprietor confidently solicits,
can give an adequate idea of its unrivalled effica
cy, in mitigating, and thoroughly mastering, the
excruciating disease, to which it has boon sue
cessfidly applied in a multitude of cases. The
operation of the Liniment is often immediate; and
it has frequently cured rheumatic affections of
years standing, in four and twenty hours. It is
also recommended with confidence, us one of the
best applications known for stiffness of the joints,
numbness, sprains, and
Price 50 cents, with directions.
ti HIS prevalent disorder, as it exhibits itsel
in its customary symptoms offprint of appe
tite, distressin& flatulencies, heart-burn, pain in
the stomach, sick headache, nausea, vomiting and
costivenees, is now found to yield to the tried effi
DR. RELFE'S VEGETABLE SPECIFIC,
These two preparations combined, consti
tute an efficacious remedy fir the Dyspep•
sia, even after it has acquired the most ob
stinate character, and resisted every eflbrt
of profi:ssional skill. When both medicines
ate administered in connection according to
plain and particular directions accompany
ing the Vegetable Specific, they thoroughly
cleanse the alimentary canal of that viscid
mucus which is the proximate cause of the
disorder, and as a tonic and stimulent, they
restore the healthy action and energy of the
stomach, and strengthen the debilitated sys•
tern. The proprietor can also confidently
recommend the Vegetable Specific, as one
of the best remedies known for the Sick
Price 50 coats each article, with directions.
For cleansing, whitening, and preserving
the Teeth and Gums
THE BRITISH ANTICEPTIC DEN
TIFRICE, which the present proprietor
wishes' Most particularly to recommend tb
the attention of the public, is perfectly ex
empt from all those acids which in general
form the basis of tooth powders in common
use, and which although they may whiten
the teeth for a short time, must inevitably
destroy the Enamel by their deleterious ac
tion on this beautiful covering of the teeth
The consequence is that the Enamel which
is the shield provided by nature to protect
the spongy and nervous internal structure, is
rapidly corroded by these acid ingredients,
become more discoloured than ever, and ex ,
poses the inner portion of the tooth to caries
and a rapid and tertian decay. By the use
of the British Anticeptic Dentifrice, in the
morning, as occasion may require, with a
brush moderately hard, and cold water, the
accumulation of -. 'Tartar will not only be pre.
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and permanently white, and the gurris resto
red to that freedom from Soreness, that hard
ness and efflorescence which are the sure
tests of their healthy state, and the best
guarantee of that natural fragrance of the
breath which n never be expected in con
nection with foul teeth, and scorbutic un
Price 50 cents a box, with directions.
* * *The above valuable Medicines are prepared
from ,the original Recipe in MS. of the late. Dr.
%V. T. CoswAy, by Ilia immediate successor and
the sole prOprietor, T2RIDDER, and for sale at
his Counting Rooth, No. 99, next door to J. Ki n.
(ice's Drug Store, corner of. Court and Hanover
Streets, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also lby
his special appointMent, (together with all the
valuable Medicines as prepared ,by the late Dr.
SAMUEL 11. BUEHLER,
Druggist, Gettysburg, Pa.
* * *Observe that none are g nnuino without the
written signature of T. KIDDER, on the outside
A largo discount made to those who by to sell
Juno 3, 1994.
TO MY CREDITORS.
rffIAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to
the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of Adams county, Pennsylvania, for
the benefit Of the insolvent Laws of said
Commonwealth; and that they have appoin•
ted Tuesday the 30th day of December inst.
for the hearing of me and my creditors,. at
the Court house in the Borough of Gettys-
burg, when and where pin may attend if
you think proper.
WI LLI A M M'CONNELL. •
December 2,1834. • tc-35
IQUID OPODELDOC. —For, sale at
the Drug store of
Dr. J. GILBERT," Gettysburg.
December 9,1894. . 0'46
aitzthaox - ,Ta
Fan SALE A'r THE-5 OFFICE
WU, 3S. GII.ll3l2All't.T,
BEGS leave to infimn his friends and
the public generally, that he has now
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
DRUGS' & VIZIDXCZNIES.
Paints & I)ye Stuffs,
which he will sell on"the most re:minable
terms—among which are the following,
A nnet to
Antimonial Wme -
" De Malta.
Brazil Wood, ground
Essences, of nll kinds
Gettysburg, Nov. 1
Where there is constantly on hand
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Ready for purchasers, for CaA) or Produce,
0:7 - Orders Ibr corrims punctu.
ally attended to.
Gettysburg, Oct. 21, 18:34. if-29
KrAt an Orphans' Ccurt, to he held in
Gettysburg on Tuesday the 30th inst. the
following administration accounts will' he
'resented for confirmation nod allowance:
The account ofJohn Hilbert, Executor of
the Estate of 13idizer Hilbert, deceased.
The account of James Moore, Adminis
trator of the Estate ofJohn dcc'd.
The account of Harman. %Viermun, Guar
dian of Abraham, hum, James, Jacob and
The account of William IL Lott, one of
Out Executors of the Estate of 'Willtelina
The account of IViWarn Gilliland, Ad-
ministrator of the Estate of John Gilliland,
The account of John Marshall and John
Witherow, Adthinistrators of the Estate of
Samuel Witherow, deceased. -
The account or Alexander Campbell, Ad=
minist rater oft he Estate Of Samuel R. Reed,
Dec. 2 1834.
Estede of John sifloivrey, deed.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
JOHN MOWREY, lute of Menallen
township, Adams county, Pa. deceased, are
hereby requested to discharge , the same--r
-and those who have nny claims anainst said
Estate, are desired to present t he satre to
the subscriber, properly authunticated, for
CEO. J. ILARTZELL,
November 18,.18:34. fit-:33
TELE' ILADY'S 1200,ni
A Repository for Music, Enzravirg, Wood Cuts,
Pootry, and Prose,
roe THE MOST CELEDUATED'AUTHORS,
Published at Three Dollars per Annuira,.
• BY L. A. GODBY,
AtlioniSn Buildings, Franklin
Al. A:RATU:37—A large quantity re
" ceived and for sale at . the Drug store of
DR. J. GILBELtI', Gettysburg.
Decernhvr 9. 18:14.
Cash given at all times for clean linen and
cotton !lAGS, at the star Off.ee.
Do. hard or Steers
Precipitate, white tic
" I .ee's
Saga r of Lead
Syrup of Squills
W a feys
Whiting, &c. &c.
8, 1834. tf-33