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Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania SENTINEL" is pub- lished every Wednesday, at Two Do I- iara per annum, if paid in advance--- pr Two Dollars and fifty paid within the ytar. not exceeding a re, are published THKEE TIMES for Dffitar, .and for each continuance, after "Twenty five ex> ceedipg projioiv tion. N pursuance of on Order of the Court of Adams County, Will be Exposed to Sale, by Public Vendue or Outcry, on the premises, on Saturday the 3rd day November next, at 1? o'clock, M. TRACT OF LAND, Mpurttjoy township, AUams cpurityj (iate the of of Andrew; Topper, heirs, of Daniel w y THIS OFFICE, price 10 centi, A Pamphlet, enJ'uled Brunkeiiness excludes from Heaven, A Discourse on 1st Corinthians, vi. Di M'CONjVUGHY, A.' M. Pastor of the tion, Gettysburg. v -Oct. 9. V-X crs, containing Stockholders in the int'rg and; Company. jyUl take noticev that an E _____. ber 15th, 1827. flnHE Stockholders in JB_- lion arc hereby notified, that an Election Thirteen BirecWJra, to serve one" year> wUKbe ;held at the Hankinpr-houBc, on Monday the nfat. By an Court T" i ELD at Qeiiiysburg, for the coun ELD at Gettysburg, for the court- the twenty-fifth day of September, ip year bT :our. Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and) Daniel Sheffer, and; Win; M'Clean, Esquires, Judges, Sec. assigned, motion, deceasedylo wit ron Jaco.b Harbaugh, John Harbaugh, George HarbaughiE- Harhniifjh, Ht' -V, -X u-> H GEORGE ARNOLD reiurneil from ,ihe Qit'y, with a most Sfilendid Assortment more or acres of which are cleared, and m a of cultiva- tionj.part of which is meadow, and the LECTION will be held at the Court- house in on Monday the day _Qfl.Nojuemtier nextt for the purpose of -a majority of Stbtkliolders, by bat ____ enth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Reed, Sec. aa ly Catharine Harbaugh, Margaret, intermarried with; Hetwry Snyaer, Henry Harbaugh, his children; and Elizabeth intermar> a large portion of 'which been- purchased at Auction in'Pjhiladelphia .BaHimore, entirely for C A SH 'and OprSaid :premises there is small Apple and Peach with by proxy duly authorised, One signed Tlife Grant be sold at Auction prices tor the 4Mnnedr-Pioduceohly His Stock flow consists, in part, of Spring house, a log such other Officers as shall be deemed to cond uct the business oi On all the Heirs and Legal Kepreaen- tatives of Toil i net Tenant-Jioiise _ thereon erected; a____ td wratec rises close to the house; said Company, for the ensuing year. NELL Oct.'9. 1C nlhef Afoways creek rVns through the said property 430w- Blankets, Scotch and Tartan Plaids, Circassian do. and Stripes, Rattnetts and Bombazctts, Coach Trimmitfps, Saddlery, Cutlery, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Stoneware, Fine Leghorn and G'fmp Bonnets, And the best of Terms, of sale will be made and attendance given, by James Jtavr, Adm'r de bonis mm. By the Court, George "Ziegler, Clerk. Oct. 9. IS Lange, Hanover, will insert the a bove till the sale, and charge this Office. T _ and the public, that "he'will at- tend to the.business of CONVEYAN GlNGrartiis office in South Baltimore street, next door to Bernbart Gilbert's Tavern, wbere Deeds, Mortgages, Jie will be drawn with neatness and despatch. Hill. liettyaodrg, wit V ry, Ciatliarine Troup Miry, intermarried with. Samuel Snyder, wirlv Nicliolas flotrhcy, Susanna, btcrrnajTicd with John Ellicker, Lydja and Leah Kelltor the Guardians of such of them as are Minors, to be and appear at an Or phans' Court, to be held at Gettys the County of Adams, on the FourthMonday, of November shew cause why that part of the. Real Estate of the said deceased, which re- main's .unaccepted at the valuation made i hereof i should not be sold a to the Intestate Laws of this fiedT withrJohn Eyeratdi f-v -i Harbaughffr lerrnarried wrth and Sophia Hoover, ceased them Mioors, atihe next at am s, on t he ber next) to accep' the Real Eitate at .the bly to the Intestate ,-r By the With almost every other article in his line of business. His Goods are all ot the latest importations, will be war- and sold at very moderate "N pursuance of an Ord.er of the T ,HE Winter Session of the Theo- logical Seminary of the German By the Court, George Oct. 16. Oct J6- 311 tC Cdu rt of 'A da HI Cuunty, will be Exposed to Public Sale, on Sa- turday the 3d day o November next, A two-story Brick _ House, Lot, with a one-storv frame Kitchen, situate in the town of on the Centre Square, with necessary "Stabling, and a well of .water in 1'rbfH of the ALSO, d Church Carlisli F.T profits. The Public are call and -may rest Sirred of having Goods offered them as cheap as they can possibly be had any Gettysburg, Oct. 9. tf N. B. Those indebted to the Sub- scriber, will confer a by their accounts soon, as lie is much in want of money. It is hoped that this request will not be passed over with inattention. George Arnold. Oct. 9. Drawing of the 33d Class ftion 51 25 5 2.3 y CJ 43 21 25 33, A FRIZZ OF ll'us obtained c. Dill's Ojfice. 34th Class draws on the 14th of November ________ SCUEMK. 1 prize of giooou is 1 do ia is 1 do is 2 do is 2.000 3 do 000 is 5 do 40.') 13 10 do 3oO is K) do 200 is .51 da T.) is 51 do f, is more or loss, situated in Berwick town- ship, adjoining lands of Conn Shirky, Frauds Felix and others 12 of which are cleared, and the residue well Um- bered. To be sold as the Ksiatc of M'TAGKUTT, Esq deceased. Sale io commence at 12 o'clock, M. on the QisL named premises, when at- tendance will be given, and the terms made known, by Jotin Barnitz, By the Court, George Oct. 1C. Cl'k. 18 o do do do Co 50 is 13395 to 6f'.a (Juartcra, SI 5J: roll SAI.K AT T. DILL's in S. Raltimnre street, next door to B. Gilbert's Tavern. r, fVt. i-i. td X oticfc is iiVYen, TO THE CREIMTQUS OF LKONARULEAR, I ATE of Latimore township, Ad- ams county, deceased, that the Subscribers, have been appointed, by the Orphans' Court of Adamstouniy, AUDITO.P.J3. in vcllle and adjust" ih'c due the rcrpcc- said deceased and they wiil meet for that purpose, at the commence ori Thursday ihe IsfJYo jisjunke.r next. Ry Order of the Board of Directors, Carlisle, Oct. 9. Wittet.C.'Ogilby, AS opened-ai> Ofiice in ihe-froom lately occupied by M. Galligher At an HELD at Gettysburg, for the coun- ty of Adams, on the entli day ot August, in the year of our Lord one thousand hundred and John Reed, Esq. and his Associates, Judges, signed, motion, ff Grant a Rule _____ii y oJP_A d a m s, on thy ,day of'SepteQjber, In the Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty Daniel M'Clean, 8cc. assigned, motld The Court grant On all the Heirs and Legal 1 3 ttr I w. in lialiimore-strcet, two doors from the Diamond. Gettysburg, Sept. 18. tf Cousumjitions, Coughs, BUTLER'S' Vegetable Indian (he Cure ot'Colds, Coughs, Cunsunip an rte an A-iil bnut fij arr -.i.cl by a author of" rl.Aractcr, tii.'it a tnic r >.i sumjjlton in -a never Tl-.is specific is obtained '.iy extraction from hcrhs, robots, fitr.vcr-, J-c. v perfection, lu ff a happy com hinalion of ti.r niOct hi romcs a balsam of supc-: value 'It heals the injured parts opens aiul rom- poses the disturbed nerves after the manner of nn anodvne consrqiK.T.tlv the obstri ction f tlir thf lungs which constituip th.s il.scase, pirt.ru'.irly nre''. It rnm'i'fs r IOP, u ;i is constant! v called for. and whilst i: cleanses heais, it aho si rr tir- In Tiroes ici'i. rs i the repairs the jpjir'.tc mnrnvrs the 11 mil.i, 'i to I; s four. 1 in r T rlctailrt! -M 'i all .hH'rrenf ill he r.fr.ompanir.4 'li'i.ii''- ill Rf.r It cfTrrr.l for i Saymel ff Bitchier. At an Or ELD at fir for the coun- ty of Adams, on the tucnty sev- enth day of August, in ihe year of our Lo rd one t h o nd li nndrc d a n d twenty -seven before. John a'nd his Associates, Judges, as- signed, Cn motion, Tlit; Court Grant a Rule On aH thr JltLirs and Legal llcfirctcnt- of ANDREW BOWEH, deceased, to wit on John, Kli zabeih, iniermarned with (ieorgc Pe-nli, whose shares have been trans ierrcd to Jacob Sh-oll, Japhet, whose share hai been transferred lo Abraham RoaLvS, Susanna, inle.rman led wilh I saac Thomas, whose share been transferred to Jacob Shr.il, and Ucnja TTIITI Bower, or ihe Guardians- of are Minors, to be and appear at an XJoTlrT, T5 sr "tirrryr for ihc Cnur.iv of Adams, on ihe rmtitr nrit. to she-w cause vvhy thai part of the Real of the sai.-l dcreased, which re- mains uftarcepifd si (lie vaUiatron made not be a- 10 ihe Intcsfffle Laws ol 16, the Court, O, Clerk. tc HENRY deceased, to wit on Henry, Gabriel, John, Rudolph, inter- married with Abraham StouffcrJ EHz1- abelh, Catharine, intermarried with George Boon, and Susanna Spangler, or the Guard fans of such of thenraai are Minors, to be and appear at the next Orphans' Court, to be held at Gettysburg, for the County of A on the Fourth Monday of November next) to accept or refuse to accept the Real Estate of the said decaasedV at the valuation made thereof, agreeably to the Intestate Laws of thit, wealth. By the CoufV ----r George Xiegler, Glerk. Oct 16. tc At an "C HELD at Gettysburg, Fortrre coun- ty of Adams, on the twentjr.fifthr rtay' of'ScpTeiiTbcf, In Lord ane. ihcmaanil fight twrniv-srven before' Daniel Sheffer and VVm. M'Clean, Esquires, Judgofty Str. assigned, See. On motion, The Court %rant a Rule On all t fit Heirs Legal fives of RICHARD KITCHEN, late of Hamilton township, deceaaedf on to KTitcben, Margaret, inlerrnarried with Isaac Patterson. Joseph Kilchen, Joha Kite-hen, Richard Kitchen, PeterKUcti- en, Esther, iniermarried wilh IftftBC rif-r' aw Hmry Kitchen, HatrnahKitCh- cn, Sardh Kiuhen, Edward and Abraham Kitchen, or the ans of such of them aa are Minors, to be and at the next Court. 10 be held at Gettysburg! for ihe C'MJtMy of Adams, th< Pvnrtk oj A'o-vtmber next) to accept reluct- iicccpi No. Estate of the said Richard deceased, at the valuation made there- of, agreeably to of this Commonwcahh. By the Court, 7- George Zhgter, Ort IS tC Cents pef lb. 1
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