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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

I Now Orleans. It was, after a discussion ; which _ctfliipuod till 4 o'olock, ordered to be I engrosse_^pr a _^Kira reading this day. Afi ter an _unspfeepsslul motion of Mr. M'Duffie, ! on tho Bubject of the resolution for-the Con-Btitulion, and the transaction of some ' other _hisincss, tho House adjourned. _f_>Q\_k . _Tuesday,.March 1. Passage of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road Bill. - The Senate met yesterday at eleven o'- clock, and after paying duo honor to the obsequies flf _thp»Iatc Hon. Mr. Noble, dee'd, a Senator from tho State of Indiana, they their ndjourncd'Jfriialf past one o'clock to attend the funeral. On resuming thev proceeded to the des patch of business. Numerous bills from the other House were read a third time and referred. Tho General Appropriation bill for the support of government as amended, was read a third time and passed; as was also the bill making compensation to the ofticers and soldiers who suffered by the late conflagration at Fort Delawa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

.PERSECUTION! Much is said, in a,certain quarter; about persecution; will the "Ancient Fraternity" answer the following questions, and answer them truly, by tho way o/novelty? 1st—Why was a certain Gate-Keeper, on the turnpike which is under Alasonic control, discharged without assigning any reason therefor? _Wae it because b.0 happonod to bo aDemocmtic Republican, openly and boldly and honestly opposed to Secret Societies, ot not? 2d—How long altar a Stage-Drivor bocomes convinced of the justice of Antimaaonry_, and speaks irreverently of tho Craft can ho bo retainod in employment? Is ho not _irumodiatot y discharged—and is not that system a part of Masonic disciplino? Docs not tho charitable brotherhood STARVE the _famPicsof _^tho poor, as a penalty of disobedience? When the charitable and tolerant Fratornity of Freemasons: answer theso questions, wo will pro-[_tound a few more, which will disclose equal turpitude and _meannoss on the part thoso Royal Princes THE NEW PAP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

A PROPHECY. Although not much gifted, with tho. oplrit of prophecy, yet wo will _vanturo to foro-toll a fow ovortU which wo see through tho mists of futurity: ¦ ' Wo perceive, that Andrew Jacksox will be the only Masonic Candidate for President at the _neif _prSsidefitial election. We porceivo tha Fraternity concentrating all their foreo to oppose Judgo M'LEAN, dt whoever elso may be nominated by tho Antimasonio Convontion for President. —W_*predict, that Henry Ci._at will be withdrawn from the contost, and that all tho Masons, that are now his friends, will support General Jackson—U*iWarfc that, brother Boat. Wo predict, that all tho honest men of the Clay party, who are no Masons, will finally support the 'Anti-masonic candidate. Wo porceivo, clearly, that Anti-maBonry will finally and spoedify triumph, and prostrate that base imposition—Freemasonry. Wo foro-tcll, that O* John M'Lean, of Ohio WILL BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF TH E UN 1TE D STATES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

_^FREEMASON_^K_". Many honest men have believed, that the _dji. closures which have boon madejr_^_loti veto this Institution, would be sufficient for its destruction, without further proceedings against it—that it would bo dissolved-by the force of public opinion alone, and thai political organization to oppose it would be unnecessary. We have always supposed such opinion*'to bof prrmioous. Tho Fraternity haw too many inducement* to continue theif combination to _surrender it lightly, 'fhair love of power—their avarice—their impunity from punish- ment—success in legal controversies, and love of high sounding titles, all forbid its _abandonment. But their acts show thai they are still _prorogating their noxious' principles, and strengthening their ranks for the coming contest with tho People, The "Good Samaritan Lodge," of this place, assembled last Thursday night for the express purpose, we understand, of initiating ono of our citizens into their dt/rk and abominable my»lc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

_^_hirTr_^_xsosricrsTAM, • AND _^ REPUBLIC A-If B AS _Bf ER. GETTYSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, WARC1I 0, 1831.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

OABINET-mASgNCT. Tbe subscriber rospectfulty infofflna _fhe citizens of _Gcttyspurj_; and its vicinity, THAT HE IS _MAKIXoJ.IVbvPRKI'AKED TO _MANUFACTURE ALI, KINDS OP ¦_¥UU"K-: ._^_H» _"15 ¦» . _"_» . ¦ IH HIS LINE OF HUKIHE8» ' _jfi A 8_VPKHIOk _BTTUt_, At Mr. Hugh DcnwidcKeVShop, in South Baltimore street, and _' next door to Mr. ; David Little's Coaoh_^aotory. * . ' He hopes that those wishing to purchase will do themselves and hini the favor to call and examine his work before they iV purchase elsewhere. " ' _%M _% ft-rOOPPINS_^niada tooraetitihr shortest notice. _r '¦' • ¦ ' ¦ ¦ rL._sKrARfe:: March 9, 1831. j .,_^_y_«_Ng48

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

_JLAJJTP FOR? _glCiL . , __ . .. m_^^^^ --.»_-«(-s ¦¦ ¦ -- - -¦ W N pursuance of an Order of the Of pftana' - -"¦ Court of Adams county, will b_» exposed to public, sale, on the _pferoisea, On Tuesday the 22d day ifMnrcK iiuU~ ^>]pB_* Situate in Cumberland township, ¦¦-_* •¦*- Atlams county, adjoining lahflrof Martin Hollibaugh, JohnJBlocher andothers, containing FIFTY<TWO ACRE8 _» _„.,._;::-m P re or ,'e8S > °_n _^hlch are erected j_^B HO USES, _JSfc And Log Barn, &o. There is a yoang Orchard on the farm; also, a spring _«f water —and Rock creek runs along the farm—- To be sold as the Estate of _SASffrEL M. REED, deceased. Sale to cornmenceat 12 o' clock, M. wfcett attendance will be given, and the; forms of sale maHe"knowff by " AJ_.EX-R CAMPBELL,_AdwW; By the Court, ¦¦ _'"•" ¦ •**<• ':;¦' JOHN B. CLARK, CtertWi March 9, 1831. ta—4_§ '

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

_^ « , . V ¦ ¦ , ;- ' . • ¦ " ¦ _' •• _02i«_L2I_£ iJnffjLO'iraA'Sr. Tire _subpcriber begs leave to inform the inhabitants _oCGcttysburg and its vioiiity, TTUT UK HAS ON _IFAKD AN _ELEGAST ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN AND FANCY- ££; _OHAIF.S _& 2EDBT3_^25Bt WAHRAWTED TO Ilk OF TUB _JBEST a_^AWTT, And will be sold on _ncsornjnjjj dftfing terms, at his Stand in Sonth Baltimore street and next door North of Mr. David Little's Coach Factory. Ho also returns thanks to former cu8_toiners,_3ind ho]ics they may not find it to their disadvantage to continue (heir favore. HOUSE & _SIGff PA15_TIJTO will be done in the best manner, and TURNING 0_^ Of evory description, as above. _t_3_£>?? HUGH DENWIDfig&V March 0, 1831. _jftfe*8

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

IN PU\^UANCE of an Order of the •* Orphans' Court of Adams County, will bo exposed - to sale by public vendue, on Friday thcl&th day of March next, J_$||| ATRjkCT Situate in Ilamiltonbann township, Adam? county, _Imundcd by lnnds of Moses Sea? brooks, Solomon Young, Walter Smith and others, containing • . 132 Acres, mote or Jess: .. JU is covered with thriving young timber, • _eowsting. princi p ally of Chesnut, Pine and JLocust—Late the estate of JOHN BOMijARTNEU, deceased. _tfc_^Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M.,-on the pfSfeises-AUcndanco given,-and terms made ijnmvn, by s " NICHOLAS B. _SHRJWER,, By order of the Court,, C Adm% JOHN B. CLAN&i Gl'k. _' February. 16, 1831. ' 4t—45

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

TO MY CREDITORS.. rilAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to ¦* the Jodgos of thfiJCoo_^t of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of thei'iwlYimrlAwl_^anaiMi'tbe ' m_^^_i_^^ _" have appointed Monday the 25thlda_^of April next, Tor tho hearing of me andimy Creditors, at the court-house, in tho borough 4_>f Gettysburg, where yoa may attend ifyou think proper. - • -_'---JACOB BORKERT. March 9, 1891. ?* 4t—48

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

TO MY CREDITORS. _^ TAKE NOTICE, that 1 have applied to !he Judges, of the C*iUrt of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the _Insolvent Laws, and that (he said Jud ge* ' . have appointed Monday the 25th day :if: _. Apt ilnexty for the hearing of ae ja»_J _*_tigf. ' ¦ Creditors, at _Ae _^ courUhoose in the bar- 7 ough of CTettysbarg, where you niay attend, ' if you think proper. _, - ¦;¦ ¦ / - J' /-_^ •/ *_- • •:_^ r ' .. _- . ¦¦ - ->¦ ¦ . _^ _. _ip_^Y._jatWf _ysi_^.-f, . - ¦ ¦ Match 9,1831* _' : -jv- • _-_ ¦ _^4_fc*%Z_. _~

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

TO:_$Y} CREDITORS. _rjlAKE NOTICE, that 1 have applieAto •*- the Judges of the C_^ort of C_^nanon Pleas of Adams county j for the benefit ef the Insolvent Laws, and'that the said Judges have appointed Monday the 25th day of April next, Car the hearing of, me and my Creditors at the court-hooso .irivthe bor-~ ough of Gettysburg, whore you may attend . ifyou think proper. ELIJAH SEABROOK& March"9_,1881. 4t—48

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

TO MY CREDITORS. npAKB NOTICE, that I have applied to > ¦*¦ _tlte Judges ofthe Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws, and that the said lodges. have appointed Monday the 25th day of - April next, for the hearing of me _sjnd -ray?"~_y Creditors, at the cdurt-honse in the bor- *: ough of Gettysburg, where yeanmyatteadif you _tliink proper. .- ¦' ¦ _^^ _" JAMES TlMMONa " Marcher1831. 4t—48

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

-_"_^_KTAWTED, _TMMEDfATELY, A GIRL, capable of nursing or taking carp of children—i liberal wages will be given for such an one. Further information can be had by addressing a note to " Y. Z." and left at this office. March 9, 1831. * 4t—48

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

1 or 200 TAR CANS j , ' WAKTEl) MY ? VALERIUS DUKEHART, _^ No 101 _^ J}all imore.at., Baltimore City. 8d mo. Oth, 1831. . tf—48

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

Copy Books and.Wriyng p_^er . " • ~ FOB S, «,E _.AT _^ TIIW _OFFICiS. _. _\

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

THE POOR HOUSE ACCOUNTS. ' . .' ¦ .. . . • -:©:_©._— ¦ . , .. _-_' • . . . JOlL_^i n_._'ML_^Pii-fi a_^_QV _, treasurer, In account with the Directors ofihe Poor, and of the Hovsc oj Employment of Adams County-1*30. DR. " Doll*, a,. To Commissioners' Orders on Wm. S. Cobean, Treat. 45J50 00 Cash received of Mr. Culp_, error in bill, _, I 34 Balanc* due John B. M'Pher»on, . • ¦ 40 24_§ . - CR. " Dolls. Cts. By balance last settlement, ' ¦ . 2 46 ._^ By cash paid on sundry orders for the support of } out-door Paupers and funeral expenses, - J _02 17 Stock Cattle for 1829 and '30, 120 00 J. McCullough for Horse, 87 00 . John Pfoutz for Fulling a»d Carding, 33 20 John Stcphenson for Groceries, ¦ 97 12 Flour, Merchandize and Groceries, (including / balances of lost year's bills,_) $ 3<J9 71 Hirelings' wages, \ 156 25 M. Clarkson, for Hardware and Sheep, 73 38 Sundry persons, for Grain and Flo«r, v_ 289 42 . Vegetables, .. 46 44" S. H. _Buehler, for Drugs and Medicines, 82 90 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

- - .JUST " PUBLISHED,- a THE FEBRU ARY _JTUMBER oQlia New Series of the CASKET , o»,Gehs _qgUfcuTims, Wit and Sentiment , ombellisheiaSKsplendid Engraving and several woo_^_tcifiStiB_^IlowB: A boautiful Portrait of WaiiiinjHh&K Portrait of Timothy Mallaok; a cut repreiSuhir SU Aueus tine's Church, Philadelphia,- another _representing the mode of worship amonj the Shakors; an ongraving of (ho- Second Unitarian Church, Now York; and a representation of tho recent Eclipse Also, a now and popular Song, Jailed "Ellen, you told me t'other day," set to music—and an illustration of the School of Flora, Scarlet Rose Balm. CONTENTS—A sketch <_SfHhe character of Washington, by Jofferson_, witli_^_Afcngraved likeness. Second Prizo Talq-_^The _g Bridiil, b y Rosa L. Donvood, Norfojk_, VaV. ' ._j Emudico—by Hugh Worthinglon. Third PmeTnEF—Isabel Morti. mer, or Ambition' j Victim. '" Tho Cousins—by Miss Mitford. A Sketch of Timoth y Matlack, (with an _engraving,) with ' a poe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

7 AyTi-lfA_^aivic. _Fxom the Middlebury (Vt.) Republican. RHODE ISLAND., ' -The Antimasonic State Convonti6n drew up A Memorial to be seat to tho Legislature of the State, at Lu sitting, praying for a repeal of _tUo charters of the masonic bo dies--which, have boea incorporated by tho State, and for tho passage .of a law prohibiting all extra-judicial oaths. That memorial has been pre_$_?nted to tho legislature, which has _just assembled. Ilia a very able document aud is signed l>y seventy delegates, Accompanying tho memorial ia a statement of the masonic -bodies incorporated by nets of the legislature, with the amount of property which can be held by these incorporations. There arc, including the Grand Lodge, 17lodgesincorporatod-by the State, and th%»ggregate amount of funds they may ' tfMd, including thrco lodges'that ore unlimited in funds, is $430,000. There are fire incorporated Royal Arch Chapters, and the amount of funds they may hold _is_$130-, 000; making th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

CIRCULAR, tfer ¦¦ _> _Office of American at _Forojpi A_^eney t • Claims, 49 Wall-st. N.York, Jan. 1831. J PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to __al! persons "whom it may concern, haying C(aims,"Debts, Inheritances, Ate. payable or recoverable abroad j thatthis Agency has established, under the special auspices and patronage of distinguished individuals in (his country, a regular correspondence with eminent Bankers, &c. in thejmticipal ports and capitals of Foreign-Governments, in commercial relations with the U. States; through the mediation whereof such valid claims as may bo confided thereto, wiHrbe expedited for settlement, and promptljMind effectively recovered; when furnished by the claimants with the suitable, legal proofs and vouchers, together with the requisite Power _tof Attorney, to be taken and acknowledged before any Judge of a Court of .Record, or other competent Civil Magistrate, ( Municipal Authority, or Notary Public; and the whole duly authenticate...

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