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rEIHEI IsMiscimertrei*ltui 1- 0 " farm g
~hirit,friendLand the p,uhlie generally,
that.he,eontinixes*ta - carry on 'the, •
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Business at Irkgistablislirmr in - C ham
bersburg st elDtf Gettisburga few doors
Thernpsnn's Hetelovitere he will
• alWaysbe'Prerfarcd i tii - atiend to orders up-
I on the most reasonable 'ferule: He has
matte arrangements to reeeiVe regularly the
and .10) 'prorn*.s all,who may favor him
with their patronage; that he will give them
• entire Satisfaction, both as it regards the fit
and, worniatiship of all garments entrusted
; and alas moderate prices 'as they
.can be 'obtained any 'Where else.
'He hopes, by strictattention to business,
and a desire to please, to merit a share of
public patronage and suppOrt.
irr Country Produce taken in exchange
• • JOHN G. BAKER
Gettysburg,•April 3, 1846.-0' •
ivebT]lm - vi,w •
TAIL CRING ESTAiLISIIMENT.
. FitANIELIN DENWIDDIE
I 3 ESPgpTFULLY informs the citi
zerie of Geitysbrirg aria - the surround
ing country - , that: he has taken the, well
Tailoring Estals7 isli meal
of J. ,IL: SKELLY, in Clituribersburg.st.,
Gettysburgolearly opposite Mr. Buehler's
Apothecary:, an& .Book -Sore, where he is
prepared -to execute all work in his Elie
with neatness and in the most approved
style. ( 0 All work entritpted to him, will
be - warranted to -.fit.,.terms will. be
.very meder4C, for,,C.On or Covyrav PRO-
itc:7l'he ratest rasbions will be regular
ly-reoi+qtl frarn "Cities;
Liza g r e t - y i nto
snbscriber has now Fon band an
it extensive assortment of TIN WARE
at his Shop inChambersburptreet, which
he Will Sell at prices to suit the times. He
thereibre solicits those.who need any Tin
Wire to give him a call. Remember
Chambersburg street. . •
G.(:). E. BUEHLER.
Pettyshufg, March 13.
From the best. Publishing Houses in the country,
JUST - re'ddit'etl and for sale at the Drug
and Book Store of the subscriber—in-
BRAITHWAITE7S Retrospect of Practical
Stirgerv,, , .
The. London Lancet,;, o
Frenzont Exploring„.Expeclition to the
Rocky f . Noyntains,
Tolson Genius and Character of Burns,
Proverbial Philosophy, encl'the Crock of
.4118fory qf the ,Rflorma
,(ion,.(iueltiiitg,lhe 4th volume,)
Four Months" Residence in the Marque
sas, byTEDYILLF, ,
S. 'DUP.:III 4 ER.
Gettysburg, April . p.-743t-
.Lfttgrs of A dministration
ON the Estate of JOHN .STONER,
deceased, - late of Franklin township,
Adams‘conntitaving bqen granted to, the
subscrihernotic . o is hereby given to all
" persons indebted to said Estate to pay the
'came.'idtliont &lay ; and to those having
claims against the same to present them,
rgopptly authenticated, for settlement, to
tlie,stibteilber residing in. Rranklin ' town
Estate of Charles Rhinehart; dec'd:
LETTERS or Administration de hcrnis
non with the Will 'annexed, on the
Estate pifCHAS. MITINEI-412,T,,deceas
t etqat:e,. s afthe tyorough of Berwick, Adams
countyiltaymg t. been granted to the snbscat
beeieinding44k,saloi Borough,, he hereby
giyes_natice tri,',alt. *sans indebted to
liai4rEsltite toAall-and pay the same with
,outadeltipr-and 'those haying claims against
theiwykare:requested toiVetiefitllie same
properly authenticated, fo settlement.
2 `Adm ; r - iirmexed
4:Pl)re/4 Wait tea.
apprenticeto the harness Making
and Ciiitigge-'liimpiing Business
7,1 1 1 1: , takenby. s .the,sulp#94l3er, „apphua.
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TO THE 2171314 EM
. • :
Doctors Berhichfatid Bell
ta E6 leave. to inform those residents of
Adams county who may be afflicted
Nervous or other Chronic, Disensesi
that they have purchased Coati's Patelit
Graduated Galvanic Battery and Insula
ted Poles for Medical purposes alone.—
This instrument is the only one now
known that can be applied with safety to
the most tender organs, as the Eye and
Ear. They have in their possession the
highest testimony of its efficacy, not only
from Professors of Universities and Colle
ges, but from many who have obtained
cures and relief from maladies considered
incurable by other remedies. This instru
ment- may -be found useful -in Chronic
Rheumatism, Tic Doloreatik, Spasms, Pa
ralasis or Palsy, general Weakness and
other diseases incident to femrles. The
fluid is conveyed throtigh.the system not
by shocks as heretofore, but by a contin.;
ued and gentle stream which is rather a
greeable than other Wise.
tCr They are now ready to'oporate on
those who may apply at the office of Dr.
Bell. and those who cannot be removed
will be waited on at their residence.
Feb. 20. tf
SELLING AT COST.
fir HE undersigned, being desirous of clo
sing Business, vill ofThr ./1T COST,
from this date, their entire Stock of
by Wholesale or Retail. The Goods hat•-
ing been bought for Cash, can be had very
low. All are invited (Merchants and oth
ers), to call and examine for themselves.—
Those. desirous of securing bargains gill
do well to call soon.
. ,S far,
THE TIOUSF & LOT I
The Store Room is admit- V, ;
ted to be the most desirable in VA:Alzili,
the place. • The Property will 17e sold low.
J. M. STEVENSON. JR. ez, CO.
Gettysburg, Jan. 16, 1816. - tf
including irmiing Carriages, Buggie,§,
Wagons, .c. He would say to those who
have Horses to shoe, that he-has in his em
ploy first-rate hands, which, with his per
sonal attention, will enable him to give en
tire satisfaction to all those who may favor
him with a call.
kinds of REPAIREVG done,
both in Wood and Iron, at the most redu
Thankful for past encouragement, the
b -V r
st iber solicits a continuance of patro
nage,' and invites his friends to call at his
Establishment in pa. west Chambersburg
street, a few doors below Thompson's
8 V. 7 VI 8 741'
NOT LIKELY TO BE !
MP . f y:'S ITITOUT exertion nothing can
01. be accomplished; therefore cus
tomers .and others should be informed of
the faCt that ther?. can be had every variety of
ready made. Also a very large assort
COIIIMOII . and Fancy Chairs ,
of the, latest patterns, and of the different
colors in imitation of Mahogany, Satin,
Rose; and Walnut Wood, &c., all of which
can be had: very cheap, perhaps as cheap
As at any other Shop, for. Cash or Produce.
liCr'Try us, at the Shop in Charnbersburg
street, one door West of the Lutheran
Gettysburg, March 27. tf
- , 0t
• Philattelphia and 'Fork.
subscri er runs a regular line o
'IL Cars bettvee hiladelphia and York
A.-Train :will lea.ve York.nevery Saturday
and Wednesday afternoon, and every Tries
, day arid' Friday Evening, A. L. GerharM
Co.'s-Warehouse, No. 365, Market street,
-Extra Cars will he started on any othe '
'day in'the week, when freight bmtlicient to
. • •
to :pay expenses oiler.
• York, Nov. 7. tf
' • B larics;;:11 hi si
N be .attended to
by good Iroikrnen, at; the. Foundry of
the bubtle,riber. •
''• " THOS:IVARREN.
Gettysburg, Dee.: 19.
J. H.. R E,1E1.1),,
atroKiv.z.v AT LAW,
11‘ . FFERS hie -professional' services to
thweopl . n A of Atlarp County. His
Office is tlif•pne.On the', ininare in
I : fietty'Sbnit tettelyL dettlAect;
• tbyMpiVlkilfAittlitcli,- EsqV Altr has
arrinteinents Ito have die advice
alinditHAitt eases. -
September 20' • - • tt
undersigned has'eonneeted with
T his Coachmaking Establishment a
large Smith shop; and is prepared to do all
Carriage Gre El r, y „ Sp,. iir gs
(warranted) will be promptly made to or
der at all times.
_ - C. VT. HOFFMAN.
Gettysburg, Feb. 6, 1846.
Freights froin Philadelphia.
EIMGE7L . AR Itllsir •
TWICE 'A WEEK BETWEEN
C 0 &CH-WARING.
C. W. fIOFVMAN
ESPECTVULLY informs his friends i
and the public generally, that he has
made such arrangements as will enable him
to carry on the
C 0 IL El-701
Business upon the most extensive scale ;_1
and that he will be pleased to attend to the 1,
orders of his friends at all times, for any I
thing within his line. Having skilful.and
steady hands in his employ, he feels assu-!
red of his ability to turn out work in all the
i raront branches of the above business,
n the best and most fashionable style. He
will also be prepared to repair and refit
and-vehicles of all kinds, upon reasonable
llis Establishment is in Cliatnbersbur7
st., a few doors below Thompson's Hotel.
Gettysburg . . Feb. 6; 1846.
and .Machine . Shop.
ripli E subscribers Having'
-B- Foundry in Gettysburg, respectfully
informs his friends and the public in general
that he has now on hands, and will contin
ue to manufacture, a large assortment of
of all patterns, such as the Hathaway, Par
lor. Premium, and nine-plate Cocking
Stove, also Chamber Stoves, of all sorts
Ile has also on hand
Cr,!4l.fngs for iilachincryt
of all kinds—for Threshing Machines.
Grist Mills, Saw Mills, &c. also PLOUGH
CASTINGS of all the patterns now in use.
He has on hand, already made, a nuncber
of the celebrated
which he will sell low. He has also on
hand,.and,will continue. to. make, HOL-..
LOW-WARE, Wagon and Carriage-box
es, and all other articles in his line of bus
,are too numerous to men
tion. He has, also,
. . . _
ready made, and continues to manufacture
LITTLE'S Patent two-horse Machines, and
the Hanover and York patterns.
Any one who may want BRASS CAST
INGS, will he attended to.
All the above articles will be sold low,
fin• Cash or-Country Produce. Old metal
will also be taken in. exchange for work.
Repairing, and all work in his line,
done at the shortest_imtice
The subscriber is very thankful for past
favors, and hopes his friends will remem
ber the Old Establishment, in the Western
part of the town, . near C. W. Hoffman's
Gettysburg, Dec. 10
DESPECTFULLY returns his grate
ful acknowledgements for the very
liberal encouragement which has hereto
fore,been extended tp him, and respectful
ly informs his friends that'he still contin
at the Old Stand in Chambershurg . street,
where lie is prepared to execute the Neat
est and most Fashionable frolic, which he
will warrant equal, if not superior, to any
in the place.
hie has now, and will always keep on
hand a general and extensive assortment of
the different articles of Furniture, including
nun. AU S ,
CENTRE .9ND DINING T✓IBLES,
Work and Wash Stands, &c.
all of which are of a superior quality, and
for which he only asks an examination to
be acknoWledged as the very latest fashion.
• All orders for Collins Will be prompt
ly attended to as usual."
Gettysburg, Feb. 6, 1846.
DR. WM ! F. KREBS )
Gymn c a q i-Jal EABquazJT..pD
101 , ESPECTFDLLY informs the Citi!
& I St tens of Gettysburg and the Public
generally, that he is prepared to perform
all operations belonging to the practice of
Dentistry, viz : etictracting, cleaning, filing
and!pluggincr Teeth. He will also insert
artificial teeth b of the best quality from one
to.a full set, on the latest and most approv
cd principles. All operations warranted.
00.11 e may be found at his Father's
residence in South Baltimore street, a few
doors south of the Presbyterian church,
and nearly opposite J. Jenkins' Store,
Gettysburg, April 3,1846.7-3. t
ate :ERCAPE: 35 -
PRESENTS his, respects to his.friends
and informs them that he has made
arrangrments to centilitre to practice as usual
in the Courts of Adams county, under the
new regulation of • the times for -holding .
,Tnit. 30, 1846,
ALEX. R. STEVENSON )
:47-ron4vir A T LAM
Otrick.: in the Centre Sgurtre,North
ofthe Court-hohse,between 4.g Smith ' s "
and "Stevenson's" Corners.
rruo 3./ AS 'll1 .1 t riF:A.liir,
. , ATTARIVEY,AT LAIV.
, . ,
OFFICE by.the 'South-east Co lrnei of.
the Diamond, between A. B. Kurtz's
iliitet iriE,R. W. W,Sherry's Stork.
' (jet tyshiiii, - Def:. 12, 'lB4 s.—tf
V TiE4Ens the Han: D. Dogr.rE
V. Esq., President of, the 'several
Courts of Common Pleas, in the counties
composing the 19th District, and Justice
of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, and
General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all'
capital and other offenders in the said dis
trict—and GEORGE SIDYSER and JAmEs
WThvvrr,-Esqs., Judges of the Courts of
Common Pleas, and General Jail Delivery,
for the trial of all capital and other offend
ers in the county,of Adams—have issued
their precept, hearing date the 28th day of i
January, in the year of our LORD one
thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and
to me directed, for holding a Court of Com
mon Pleas and General Quarter Session;
of the Peace and General Jail Delivery,
mid COurt" of Oyer and Terminer, at Get . _
tysburg, on Monday the 20/h day of .q-I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN To
all the .Tnstices of the Peace, the Coroner'
and Constables within the said County of,
Adams, that they be then and there in their
proper person;, with their Rolls, Records, I
Inquisitions, Examinations and other Re
membrances, to do those things which to
their otilees and in that behalf appertain,
to be done, and also they who.will prose
cute against the prisoners that are or then I
shall be in the Jail of the said County of;
Adams, and to be then and there to pros-.I
come atrainSt them as shall he just.
BENJAMIN SeIIRIVE . II, Shm:e
Sheriff's Office, Get 13-,z
-btug, March 13, 1C 11i? 5 - t
Grand Jury—April Term.
Mcnallen—Jamos fell. jr.
Concm ago—eh:Aries - Wilk John MarLliall.
Strabgn- , —John . Deniarce, Robert. M6jors, .lohr
l.lotough—George Little, Thoina:, Warren, Petet
Batren. , ,berger.
Union—Jacob Sterner, Samuel Diller, John Bart
Latimore—Thorgas (::ardner, Jacob Stitzell.
Germany—Jacob itiaet. EtINN :ail Study.
Franklin—llenry Bieseeker. -
:Nlountjoy—llenry lietnler, Po m. `':pith.
Franklin—Robert S_Leakly, /Wm Scott, Roburt
Galbreath, Ca•Ewir Stick, Wm: Paxton, Conrail
AValter. • .
Berwick—Michael Slagle, Levi Kepner.
Alenalled—Jacob Comfort, sen. Lewis Christ, Mi
chael Bream, jr. J. W. Taylor, Daniel lieigas.
Mount pleasant—David Zuck,jesse Wolforil, Wm.
Gel many—Henry Spalding. JoFilth Fin jr.
Latimore—John Zieglor, George Deardorff.
Harnitton—J. 1 - 1. Fickee, Hugh :Al . :Sherry. •
Conovrago—Jarnes Sfieeringer, David Swartz.
13ornagb—Das id Heagy, J. AI. Ste“. nzon, jr. J ohn
Huntington—John L. 7 l 4 3adler. Lewis Smith.
Rea ing.—Joseph Kitchen, John Trimmer.
Cumberland AlexandeliCobean, (of 'Wm.)
ZIEGIST.ER 7 SNOVECIII
. TVOTICE is hereby given to all Lega
atees and other persons concerned,
that the .d DMZ "V I6' TR TlO N .1C-
COUNTS of the deceased persons herein
after mentioned will be presented at the Or
plums' Court of Adams county, for confir
mation and allowance, on Monday the 20th
day of .11pril nest, viz: .
The Account of Joseph Munk find Jo
seph Sneerinff,er, Executors of the Estate
of Martin Klunk, deceased.
The Account of Wm. Noel, Administra
tor of the Estate of Christian Baker, de
The Acig:ount of .Tames H. Neely, Ad
tninistrator with the Will annexed of Ma
ry Godfrey, deceased.
The Account of David luck, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Joseph Myers, de
The Account ofJohn Eckenrode,.jr. one
of the Executors of Henry Eckenrode, de
The account of George. 1-1 . . Binder, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Charles H.
The account of Jacob Martin, Execu
tor of the Estate of John C. Smith, de
The Account of Robert Cobcan and W.
Paxton, Administrators of the Estate of
John White, deceased.
SAxo's SARSAPARILLA.—CouId the ma
ny thousands who now suffer from diseases
,for which this preparation is a certain spe
cific,listen to the grateful testimony of those
who have used it and been cured, they
would no longer douht in regard to its effi
cacy, or hesitate in appropriating to them
selves the benefits which this medicine can
alone bestow. Obstinate cutaneous erup
tionS, scrofula, chronic, sore evbs, enlarge
ment and pain of the bones ancljoints, rheu
matism in all its farms, and diseases ari
sing from an injudicious use of mercury
are safely and speedily cured by its use.
D — For further particulars and conclusive evi
dence of its superior efficacy, see Pamphlets, wbich
may be obtained of agents gratis - . Prepared and
suld, whole Sale and .retail, by A. B. & D: Sands,
76 Fulton street, New York. Sold also by ap
pointment of the Proprietor, by S. H. BUEHLER,
Gettysburg, Pa. Pride $1 per bottle. Six bot
tics for $5. ,
I April 3,1646.-3 t ' .
Estate of &tad Shriver, deceased.
ETTJRS Testamentary; on tbe.,Es-
A,Jtate ,of ,DAviu SCIIRIVER, deceased,
;late of Germany township, Adams county,
pe 4 n granted to the subscriber, resi
ding in liittlestowni hi hereby gives notice
.to all persons in ebter to said estate to call
and . pay.the same,withont delay—and those
, having claims, to present the.same, proper
ly, authenticated , fdr settlement. ,
GEORGE WILL, Executor.
31arolt.1 a._ 6t
General Jury—April Term
ROBERT COBEAN, Reg'
tri" We ie.:lmm tid all of our friend; visiting
ihe city to call at he Pekin Conapany'!z , stule,untl
lay in a :supply of heir delicious l'eas.
The relay' Tea Company,
No 20 S. Second st., between Market" & Chesnut
HAVE constantly on hand, and for sale
Wholesale and Retail, a variety of
P% enore I' It MAI
ElttSll , '- ME] Bk_
TEAS. AT LOWER PRICES,
• L i according to the quality, than.
they can be bought at any other establish
ment in the City.
tr:7 , TnAs exclusively are sold at this
house, and several varieties which cannot
be obtained'elsewhere. Any Teas which
do not give entire satisfaction can be re
turned and exchanged, or the money will
The citizens of Adams county are re
spectlidly invited to give us a call.
- G. B. ZI.EI3EIt,
Agent of tli Pek Tea Cninlianv
l'ltilabclithia, Oct. 2, 1845. 1 y
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taken most of them. Dr. Brandreth can
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have been restored from a bed of sickness
by their use, when every other means prov
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the following Agents:—
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Jno. B. dileCreary,—Petersburg.
Aerry ,S• Fink,—Littlestown.
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March 27, 1846
6 CENTS REWARD.
lja AN away from the service of the ca
rt, scriber, on Monday last, an . indented
Apprentice to the Cabinet-making BOsi
'less; named JOHN DELLONE. The
above reward, but no thanks, will he given
for his apprehension.
Gettysburg, April 3, 1840. 3t
VOU. will parade at.the house of Francis
:Brßam, (formerly M'Gaughy's,) at
Marsh creek, on 'Saturday ate
. 18th day
of dpril, at I'2 o'clock, m., preciely, with
arms and accoutrements in complete order.
• By order of
ALEXAN'R CQBEAN, 0. S.
N.•43.—rAn-Appeal will be held on said
day. A. C.
April 1816.—td •
D A IMON D TONSOR.
S. R. TIP TON.
F'ADresseOSHINABL removBE ar ed ber and Hair-
r, has his "Temple"
to the Diamond. adjoining the County Buil
dings, where he can at all times be - found
prepared to attend to the of the public.
From long experience he flatters himself
that he can go through all the ramifications
of the Tonsorical departments, with such an
infinite degree of skill as will meet the en
tire satisfaction of all who may submit their
chins to the keen ordeal of his razor. He
hopes, therefore, that by attention to busi
ness and a desire to please, he will merit
as well as receive a liberal share of public
patronage. Tile sick will be attended to at
their private dwellings.
Oct: 10. - tf
TY l'E FOUNDRY
Uri HE subscribers have opened a new
It. Type Foundry in the city of New
York, where they are ready to supply or
ders to any extent, for any kind of Job or
Fancy Type, Ink. Paper, Cases, Galleys,
Brass Pule, Steel Column 'Rule, Compo
sing Sticks, Chases, and every article ne
cessary fur a Printing office. Also, second
The Type, which arc cast in new moulds,
from an entirely new set of matrixes, with
deep counters, are waranted to be unsur
passed by any, anti will be sold at prices to
suit the times. MI the type furnished by
us are "hand-cast." The types from any
foundry can be matched at this establish
Printing proses furnishq,• and also
Steam Engines of the most approved pat
C ( - imposition IZollert;•clst tor printem
cou,KROVr & ovEREND, Anßst.
Pry. 19. Gin
St.TPERIOII. (QUK STOVE,
rTIITIE attention of the liiil,lir is respoctfully Cal•
1. led to S• LIEN-rz's FA 11:11!:ICS COOK STOVE as
an article sopeziorlo any yet offered to the public
for cooking rurpose;r. It was got up expressly
to answer the wants of tiro I;ft EDI r, and will not
ktil to pleae all who may require a good sized
COOK STOVE. One of the many advantages
'posSessed by this Stove is, that water, apple-but
ter, clothing, &c. COO be boiled in a large copper
kettle at the same time, whilst cooking is doing
for 20 or thirty persons. It is decidedly superior
for n.CKING—the heat being completely under the
control of the cook, who can i.pply-it to the bot.
torn as Well as to the top of the oven, and thus
bake with periect regularity. It is unnecessary
to give any further detail of its advantages. .Please
refer to the subjoined certificate from Wm. F. El.
liott. Esq., Patent ..Igent. el Washington City.—
Many testimonials equally flattering could be fur
nished, but this may sullice. 'liaise who want a
superior Cook Stove, vi ill do well to try this'arti
cle—they arc %5 arnmted ur or sale.
800n5b..0% - md., may 19, 1 SVI
...‘Tay 3, 1643
To Sanwa P,rotz. 1:::g.
Dear Sir—l have tried the Cooking Stove that
you sent me, and tint well pleased with its perfor
mance. Nty expectations am more than realized.
I believe it will perform more cooking in ICES
time, and with less fuel, than any of the v'rious
Cooking Stoves that I have tried during twenty,
live years' connection with the Patent ()thee. Its
merits need only to lie more generally known to in
sure its Bone the: ughout the country. I
length satisfied in the culinary department of my
domestic establishment—for which I acknowledge
Myself indebted to your genius and enterprise.
I remain, very respectfully. yours. &c.
WM. P. ELLIOT, Patent Agent.
11.711 this (lay appoint J. D. PAXTON fi CO.
nay Agenis for tiie of reininylvania, and for
the sale of Teri itory and otherwise, of my Cook
L 4 ept. 17, 1S 13
Farmers and others are re
spectfully informed that the undersigned have now
on hand, and are manufacturing the above Stoves,
sn that they . are now prepared to till all orders
with which they may he faVored upon the shortest
notice. 1). PAXTON & CO.
Caledonia, Franklin Co. Sept. Et, 13-13.—tf
Protection ar, , (111181 LOSS by
IZE -1 4 .1:E CD
kiliE "CUmberland Valley Niftual Protection
Company," being incorporated by an act of
the Legislature and fully organised and in opera
tion. under the direction of the following board of
Managers, viz: Thomas C. Miller, John Moore,
David W. M'Cullough, James Weakly, William
Moore, SaMuel Galbraith, Thomas Paxton, A. G.
Miller, Philip Spangler, Samuel Woods, Abraham
Kurtz. George Brindle, and F colt Coyle, call the
attention of the inhabitants of CUmberland and
Adams counties, to the cheapness of the rates, and
the many advantages which this kind of insurance
has over any other:
Ist. Every person insu:ed becomes a member
of the company and takes part in the ehoice`of
officers and the direction of its concerns.
2d. For insurance no more is &Mended than is
necessary to meet the expenses of the Company
and indemnity against losses width may happen.
3d. The inconvenience of frequent renewals is
avoided by insuring for a term of five years.
4th. Any person applying for insurance must
give his premium note for the cheapest classat
the rate of 5 per centum, which will be $5O on
the $lOOO, for which he will have to pay 42 50
for five years, and $1 50 for survey and policy,
and. no more unless loss be sustained to a greater
amount than the funds on hand will cover, and
then no more will be required than a pro rata
share. These rates are much cheaper than thew
of other conipanies,.except such as are Mecum
ted on the same principles.
THOMAS. C. MILLER, Pnrsruzwr.
A. G. MILLEn, See'y. .
LIST OF AGENTS.
The following named gentlemen have been ap
pointed AGENTS for Adams county
William W. Parton. Gen'l Agent, Gettysburg,
James A. Thompson,
Dr. Win. R. Stewart,
David Blythe, Esq.,.
Thonias T. Wierman,
Dr. D. Mellinger, ,
Sept. 5 18.14.—tf
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