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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

~~ M A ItYLAND No. 5, for _i.8'41. ODD fie EVEN SYSTEM. I)v which the holder ol- two 1 icknts must draw one Prize, anil may draw _TIIHEK '.!! To be drawn in Baltimore on TliURSI)AY,theWth\dnxtant. _HIGHEST l'KIZK, 10,000 POI_,1,AKS! scheme: *' 1 prize of §10,000 4 prizes uf *10l) 1 :> ,000 8 .r >0 1 1,000 SO SO 2 500 _S00 _' ; 1 2 :_<00 10000 1 M a ano Half Tickets, One Dollar—Quurtera 50 eta. TO UK HAD AT

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

TKR.MS OF THIS PaPE_^-t-Two Dot i ar .. ' _, per iifnium—payable hnlt "yearly in.advance. N0 :m(_iscri|i(ii.ii. ' . _' trik_«ii /of less-than sir months, and none _discontinued until all arrearages are paid, _^ ufiTpK-uit tho _nptiun of Hip Editor—and a _feilurtf to notify K-_~4ijeo»«_fi>'iai'c .e _*'_•" _^ considered s npw _en_^_uijernont_^uid the paper forwarded accordingly. "^~~ _\ _^ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

OFFICE OF _TITE STAR, _ClULjCBEftSBURO StREKT, A FEW DOORS .West of Mr. _Fokkit's Tavekn. , ADVERTISEMENTS ' Conspicuously inserted rot;a _tinios for onk dollar'per square—over lour times, twkntv-fivk cknts per _stjuare will be ch&rgnd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

% _i . AfrTI-HIASOff IC. _* ¦ '¦ ' ¦ _~m- j r " ' '". _— ~" _« " " "'" " "~~ ¦ *"' \,:\ ' ; ¦ . _ADDTtESk _t! - To the Ministers of Religion, f * , Of evory Denomination in the United States v . Reverend, Sirs.—You are stationed as _i_, watchmen on the walls of our spiritual Zion. i You are to teach his Church, if you have % ~fIie"lTue~eonrn>issiori of thr} Lord Jesus, - \ wherever in the Providence of God he has i placed you, all 'things whatsoever he has commanded yov. To you principally, as ' . sliepherds of the _Lord' s hermitage, are en' " : trusted the whole holy order and ordiiianfy _^ ees of his Churches. - ¦ . _^ ^\Yoirarefaithful|y to declare the whole i coitrfselofGod as-he hath revealed it, at tho ", ' peril of the_^people's blood, and your own ruin. You arV-to hear the law, at His r _r mouth and your lipsttFcto keep and teach ' .. this knowledge to the people. _^ ' You are also .1 God's witness in common with _alHJis saints; \ but more especially his wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

CELEBRATION OV THE FOURTH OF JULY, 1831. Agreeably to previous arrangements, n party of the citizuri.1 of Hanover und its vicinity met for the piu-|>nse of celebrating the duy: and proceeded to the mill-dainof Joseph Sneeringer,sen.Esq.(fonnerly Adams'mill.) After the company had assembled, and linen called to order, it was organized by _apppinJU ing Mr. CHARLES Z1EGLER chairman, and Dr. Gko:?ok W. IIinki.k secretary—On motion, tK: Declaration of _Independence was read by llie Secretary, after which, the company having partaken ofsomo refreshments, tlie _following toasts were delivered: The day we _celebrate.-—May each revolving year find Americans assembled to celebrate the triumph of those principles proclaimed -tothe world on this day. The United _Staffs of America.—The only _natjwh on the face ofthe Globe truly free and independent, enjoying equal, civil and religious freedom; equal laws, and governed by its own representatives. Pennsylvania.—"Great, Glorious and Fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

HAIL, our country's natal morn! Huil_, our _spreading kindred born! _, Huil, thou banner not yet torn, ' Waving o'or llio free!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

THB PRESIDENCY HON. JOHN M'LEAN, OF OHIO. That Judge M'LEAN, of Ohio, is, at this time, the most popular man in the Union, no one ac. quainted with the feelings of the People, will doubt. Gen. Jackson and Mr. Clay have each of them, warm friends and partizan8.'x Butlt'l8"6<ytfal. ly true that each of them has, at this moment, a clear and decided majority of the' American pcopln opposed to -him. Jackson' * popularity had grown to an unnatural height—'too tall for the ¦oil from which it sprang. He was unablo to ¦_uctain it. It has _baen constantly on the wane since his election. - Hi» principles of national policy, _iu developed; hi» hostility to tho Tariff; the United States Bank, and the Judiciary, huvo alienated all his judicious and patriotic friends in the Middle,-Eastern and Western States. A portion of the South, it is ' true, still adhere to him, on ftccount of his southern feelings and viows. But his real friends are a lean minority. Wo do _7>ot mcan to be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

HAGERSTOWN, July 12 Death by drowning.—On Thursday evening last, _jxstween 5 and 6 o'clock, Mrs. Mary Ann Knode, wife of M r_. Israel Knode, was upscf from a boat in the Antietam creek, near Mr. Gerard Stonebrafcer'_ff saw-mill, about a milerand a _haff from this town, whilst _^o-the_^act-ofcrossjflff'forfhe-purpose ofobtaining water at the spring, _ffer body was not found until next morning', between 9 and ly.o'clock, when it was takenupabout250 yards from the place at which, she fell out of the boat. She has left a husband and two young children. A Coroner's Inquest was held, which brought in a verdict, as follows: "That she came to her death by accidental drowning, iu consequence of the upsetting of a boat in Antictam creek."-.Her. AMERICAN _SYSTERf.-SiATisTiCs of Lancaster county, Pa. According to a statement recently published, this flourishing and wealthy county contains at this time: seven furnaces, fourteen forges, one hundred and eighty-three distilleries, fortyfive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

CLOSING SCENE OF LIFE The Fast words of Thomas Jefferson wero, "I resign my soul to my God, and my Daughter to my Country." John Adams, near his end, roused by the firing of cannon, and lelng told the people were rejoicing Tor the 4th of July,said,"// is a great and glorious day"-—and expired with the words "Independence. jf orever!'" on his lips. The Commercial Advertiser states that when the noise of the firing began at midnight, tho dying Monroe "opened his eyes inquiringly; and when the cause was communicated to him, a look of intelligence indicated-that he—undexstaad—wiiaLthcl __ occasion was." We know not if thero be upon rec _^ ojrdjmore striking instances than these, of the "ruling passion stroiig in dedth. —©MNmNSTtBROAOi-'Fh_^Quebee Gazette says "We have extracted, for to-day's paper a correspondence between .Messrs. Ingham and Eaton, two persons who have just left the American ministry. If is lamentable we think to see so striking a departure frorh all the rules of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

BA_«PTMORE MARKET. From tho Patriot of Saturday last. FLOUR, //oic'</-s<.-The transactions from store tit is week appear to havo been chiefly confined to parcels of freSlrprouna _flourYealeH of which hnve _Jipon made at ¦! 87J. Sales of some parcels of old lint Bweot (lour have been made at 4 75. For lots of fresh, of fovorito brands, holders demand $5 per brl. The wagon price has been uniform and steady throughout tho week, at 4 75 per brl. . WHEAT.—We are gratified in being able to Ft ate that the disastrous reports of tho Wheat harvest which we noticed in our last, have not been realized. Tho wet and warm weather which had prevailed, and from which such serious injury and, Ions were apprehended, disappeared on Saturday last; and since then it has been clear and cool, and extromoly favorable for Uie operations of tho harvost. By accounts from various quarters of the State it ap|iears that the propitious change in the weather has _arrestod the damage arising fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

- MARRIED, ... . On Thursday week last, by the? Rev. Win. Butler, Mr.- Fredertck- _Kaxtz _, *» Mim Amanda _Dinsman, both of this borongh. On Sunday the 3d inst. by the Rev. C. _^Vyeyt7 Mr. He nry WEA VKH _. -trritfisa'jbri bkcca Ledy , _bdrli of Franklin township. On Sunday the 26_£h .ult. by the Rev. S. Gutelius, Mr. David Bower, to Miss Eliza BuHRMAN _.iwth of Germany _township. On Sunday the 3d inst. b y PRINTER John Herbst, Mr. Jacob _HoiXKRAueHy to1 _Mrss Hannah SteJ-fy, both of Frederick county, Mil. [To_tmk Pum.ic_.—As it has become fashion*' hie for Piii.NTKRa to marry fofks, mi well at print for thorn, we respectfull y request _flioso disposed to join in "holy wedlock," not to be in a hurryilS_^ wo intend committing the forms and ceremonial to memory, and shall be able in « short time to*—wail on them. If it should beany reconunpndation, we Would barol _y state that wo will not only ask half price but conduct ourselves with a steady eye towards the Temperance Society'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

JOHN HOWARD, _JJ_^ w _«I_«V« TV- -HKOpMIUM—UW very dark ; about six feet nigh; tolerably1 slender; surly countenance; round chin, and shows his teeth very much when laughing; he has a very large scar on one of his legs, between fhe _aiikle and knee, occasioned by the cut Of a scythe—I think it is on the right leg; he is tolerably fond of whiskey_^ and has some pretensions to the Shoe-making business. He went away nyfth- a ne«_- gro who has had one of his hands taken offy belonging to _Maj. Jno. McKalubof Taneytownr—no doubt they Will be in- ibs same1 neighborhood. Should any person give information_^ through the medium of a letter, respecting the above negro*, and the subscriber be successful in having him taken, hd»haJl re-_^ _ccive the above reward, without his Bam& being disclosed if he wishes* DAVID EEPttA&T. Pipe.Creek r Md. f July iff , 1831. $ ' • Ot—1_* O"The Lancaster Exam ma* and _Utrriibnrf Statesman will publish the above 6 tlrn _flp_^_fnif send tfi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_HOJf. JOHN M'LEAIf, OF OHIO. FO_# ' VICE-PRESIDENT, HON. _UICHitttD RUSH, n OF _PENNSVLVArMA. Tho nomination which wojjiako to-day, we1 doubt not, will lie well cej»_rfvod by every genuine Republican. Wo sometlmo since coupled the name of Fr_*ncib _Granqkb, Esq. of N«w York,. withthat_^ J_^idge _JWoLean. , But having-learned that the _Ropublfeana of New . York wish him la ' i«ko _' the place, at _present oaoupied by » disciple of ^»onry, we place tho name of Pennsylvania's gfetfrtt son in hw stead. MoLEAN.and Rush aro, great agd good men. _^uoh _aa wewant to cleanse _#_j6 bjgh pjaces of state that have been contaraina->4 hymtn M_$_put/>r*ney>Jw7 We have boe_,n, apioi)g _thoHsand_, of . other*J greatl y doceivtf_^_anil Ui»appo1ntQd _t)y him . wt»m, as a brave and gallant _defender of his cotintrj_'_i ri |_Jit?, we "delighted to ' h _otyr, " _biji who, a* ««r fit to i_^d the reins of a" _fifiSi Republic, ii"fl_?und w4ntinir. « • So then, if those who are ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_FROCIA1_OATXOV* ml_^HEREAS the Hon. Join* _ftjso> _*£b q, , »T President of the aetetffrG&mgpfc Common Pleas, in the Counties compodMf the Ninth District, atod Justice of the _Cpdrtt of Oyer and Termiuer, and General _JufrD** livery, for the trial of all capital atfd other offenders in the said1 District-r-and Dajhbi> SnEFFEHand Win. M'CLjcAKjEsq_'sJudged of the Courts of Common Pleas * _aod Juati_' ces of fhe Courts of Oyer and T«rminejyajidf - General Jail-Delivery, for the _tfial _TtfUl capital and other offenders n the _Cojjttnrl_^ Adams—have _fasaed «hew precept; b««_% date the28_{hdaj of April, in the year of _«W Lord one tbousand ei ght hundredBnatyrty' one, and to me directed, for holding _iX_^_jort of Common _PteaSyand G-eaeral _Qjmriet _mK sions of the Peace _^ and General Jaitfj_^_rft ry, and Court of Oyer and _Terwaaer _^ _«t Gettysburg, | On Monday tie 2_Hd day of AvguM neasff : At 10 o'clock, I: Jlf. *¦ ~ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

%%oKirariLit>i]> JACOB CULP, an indented apprentice to the Cabinet-making businesshad my leave to go _oiH one t_^eek_^K_^ estTn g—he left me on the 2d instant, and was to have returned on the Monday weekifblfowing—Having hot yet returned, f am induced to think that he has absconded, , _t will give the above reward if said apprentice is taken " at any (ime? ' _wifhia 3ft days from the 11th jnsf. and brought home: I hereby caution _alf persons from harboring or employing said apprentice, for, as he _al_^_aenits _hiihseu from me without any just cau8Ov I will positively proseoute all those who ma/harDOT of employ him in defiance of this notice. _s DAyiDHEAGX. Gottyshufjj, IV-vJ'rty 1?, 183VV • 4t_~15

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

Notice is heFeby Given, To all the Justices tfthe Peace, tke-Coro ner, and Constables, imikin the mid County of Adam?, THAT they be the* and there, in their proper persons, with their- Rolls, Records,-Inquisitions,- _Examinations, and other Re/ membrances, to do (hose things which to* their offices, and_>m that behalf,-appertain' to be done-_^-and also they who will prosecute against the'prisoners that are, or then shaft be, in the' Jail of the said' County of Adams, are to be then and there to _prote_^ cute against ' (hem as shall be just. — Patgdat Q _ettyaburgt <b&'t&th day of Julyf A. D. 1831, ~ _^ ~ WM. S. COBEAN, Sheriff. July 19, 1831. tc.vliy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_Advertisements. TO MY CRgJpITORS. nnAKE NOTICE, that I have_^wplied ttf -*¦ the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of _tbe Insolvent laws, and that the said Judger have appointed Monday, the 22dday of August next, for fhe hearing of me and toy creditors, at the court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may attend if ycWP thmkj>rop«r. GEORGE CROMER. Jf«ly...l», 18_»L_« :...._; l_ * _fc«M_* _ Tho "York Republican_* will _instrt the «_fa_«T« to tho amount of _tt and* charge _thiaofifrWt .!}

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

DIED, On Sunday the 26th ult. in Berwick township, Mr. Edwari> Smith, a Soldier of the Revolution, aged 74 yeai s. - ;• On the night of the 28th alt. at the residence of.his son, Judge Rostetter,near Canton, Stark county, Ohio, the Hon. Jacob HostettjEk, formerly a Judge of the court of common pleas of York county, Pa. and a member of Congress of the United States. On Thursday the 7tK inst. near this place, William Gilliland, Esq. in the 79ih year of his age. He was a patriot of'76. He has filled the office of a Justice of tho Peace; was for several years, a Senator in _the Legislature of this State; and, as an Associate Judge_. for a considerable time assisted in the administration of jukf ice in this county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_GENERAL _SYHNiKD OF THE, LUTHERAN CHURCH, IN THE UNITED STATES. ... _HpHE clerical and Jay-delegafeffappoiDtotf -*- by the different District Synods, aw *e-r quested to assemble at Fre*>riekrMrf< ion the 30th " day, and last Sunday of October next. As/tWs Synod _wjlt _bff calleddftoo ttr transact _budinessKof vital importance to _thf Churchy advisory fire*hreff will" _W«1WotW_> |y received, ir _"_diM5_iiifomiatibn of _rt»brintentibn _foiw present, 6e«iven <dlb« _ttHtwribor 7 - _^ l>AVm _Fs 8CHJEFFER/ Secretary of. th& G. S.imth*• & _SV . July 19, _t«8l. > _. 4t~4* . - ' • ¦ • ' ' ¦• ' :- ' .-_^_: ' . = -; _>_v --V!:' . -: S ; -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

Here, shall the I _' ltKaa the People's Ktrnvfa-prMlaim Uiiaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by gain. " tUKSOAr, _JUT>Y _fo_, 183I.

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