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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

ANTI-MASONRY •'DXTO G_^_StAXEL.._. _..„ ._rjrQMlly_-no-..cditoi:.-iit.iho-<«Hwt_*yr <«»y«-th_«- Lancaster Examinor,) has been moro violently —-opposed-tainrtwrnagonry, ihairlVlrr'SoutKwojrth, oi'tlie Literary Subaltern," published at Provi. dence, Rhode-Island. Ilia paper has teemed with ' the strongest _denunciations of the party and the . caaM, and on _^ mveral occasions ho was personal. ly concerned in pioniotirijf, if not in procuring' populartunmlbi, the object of which was to-prevent exhibitions of masonic rites and ceremonies. _.. Though not a mason, his zoal in tho cause of the brotherhood led him into misconduct for which , . on conviction In court, he was sentenced to and underwent throe mouths imprisonment. Still his - efforts were continued with unmerited ardor, so long as the least hope of success, remained to encourage him. Opening his eyes, however, to the true state <ft" tho case, and seeing how utterly futile it must be to attempt anesting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

HON. RICHARD RCTHv— : ExtrKt from the-Oration of Daniel \ H«n_«haw, Esq. . del«er|d attfi« late _^imluonic celeoi_»_Von of the 4th of July, WorcWtffif County, Massachu- _^ sette. * "The magnanimous HUSH has done honor to himself and the nation, lor daring to speak the truth against'the Masonic newspaper press—in fevor of Antimasonry; and as far as- lean jvidge, he has expressed the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the tnrth.—w rnuTdeTtmd* -treason not -exceptedv" He is such a patriot, as any nation mi g ht be proud to own—in all _resects the opposite of that harmless little animal, the woujd ' _^ be popular man, " neither mason nor _antrnia . - son, " who does neithervgood nor hurt, but must not be trodden on, though always in tiie .wJHy, because,, he has A. right to live-like other creeping things. " / We think the " creeping things," that chance to read this, wHI _histantly crawl out of si ght. About tlireernorith _' B ago, a letter, evidently written by a mrfnher ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

their office, and which are riot taken out bg the persons to whom they are " directed*... Jm case tfiey neglect this duty, they are habit to pay the tvm which would beduefrom the subscriber. As to- the right of post-masters to sell the papers for the postage, m mentioned in the letter of Mr. Bridge, it doe* notaccrue until after three months from the twrtcg before qioken ofrnnd'h'haB reteTgncft only to the papVrsseri ' t during;ahd after that time. - "_^ "I am, gentlemen, respectfully, your obedient 8e_?vant, VV. T. Barry. "Mtssrs. J. Emory Jf B. Waugh." At a public sale of real estate, at Cincinnati, on the 20th tilt, a store on main street, Bait, the lot 61 1-2 feet front by 117 feet deep, brought $19,200. It is rented at 81 ,-5iM)__perJtannum._ J__, _^ Sentence of Smith and Murray.—Edward Smith and Wni. J. Murray, convicted of Grand Larceny in stealing about $248,-000 from the vault of the city bank, on or about the 20th of March last, were this morning adjudged'by the Record...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

MR. BERRIEN'S ADDRESS. A pnrt oftho Address of J. McPhe*son Bkrrikn, Esq. late Attorney Gcnoral of the United States, to the Public, appears in the Star this week—which, together with the accompanying documents, shall be concluded in our next. We offer no apology for so doing. Because, the people have a right to know the causes which led to the late _disgracoful transactions at Washington, and we should feel we had left a duty unperformed were we to omit laying Mr. ' Berrien's statement before the people. In reference to the Address the Baltimore Patriot justly remarks:—"It is on a subject, which has excited no small interest in the public mind. And the statement now put forth, is of a character ' and shape to challenge _immediate and universal . Attention, andundivided confidence. The_Jrue__ cause whicli " produced the disrnissal _of "the lafe Cabinet, is at length placed before the American People, in its jtist proportions. The statement is vouched by namos, which will com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

IIOJV. JOHN M'liEAN. At the celebration of the 4th July, in Springfield, Ohio, the Hon. Judge M'Lkan was present as an invited guos ' U Among tho-UMtsls offered * was-tfie fbllowing-r-By the1 committee of arrangement.—The Hon. John _^ IVI'Lean, oui1 distinguished guest and fellow citizen .; In all _thiS high and responsible offices he has filled ' ilnder state and geneiul governments, his _abjlityr tnd integrity have been fully proven, and have secured to him the lasting gratitude of his country. Afler the repeated encoring had ceased, Judgt! M'Lcut rose and after a short addross concluded by offering the following toast—:The Federal t7>_rip».-r-Formed by mutual concessions;' it must be perpetuated in the same spirit. At the Barracks celebration at Carlisle, the following toast was givon—By Dr. John 1. Myers. Hon. John M'- -L.K.V-N—The _eyea of the whole American People are upon him—and the unanimous voice of an enlig htened nation will, erelong, _eipwd upon him the mos...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

TO _POSTMASTERS AND AGENTS From the Christum Advocate. The following extract of a letter from the post master general settles most clearly and definitely a very important point, in relation to which we have heretofore suffered grievously from<the neglect of too m&ny postmasters to comply with the law and their instructions on the subject mentioned. The remedy to which the post-master general has decided that we are entitled is in exact accordance with what we h»v? long believed to be both the law and the equity in the case, ahd is thoroughly efficient arid satisfactory. If post-masters do not give due notice to the publishers _^ ia case any of our papers are not taken from their office_^,' **they are liable ta pay the.sum which would be due from the subscribers." • . • "Post-Offiee Depart- ) 1 ntent,July 13,1831. \ " Gentlencny—Your, letter of the- 8th _inst enclosing one ;firomjE.' TV Bridge, is received at this department; and the post-master of Savage's Mil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

THE LADY'S BOOK _Contents of .the Jul y number.—Philadelphia fashions for July 1831, with « splendid colored engraving. A Tender Wife. Maxims. Shah_, _speare. The Bird' * Eye Flower_^ Truth. La Piazetta Di _rian Marco. The Parting. The Seat _bfTatte. Latest London Fashions, CWpsr BormeU and. Head Dresses, illustrated). Mealing sadder than.parting. TheLove Watcher. Albert Gallatin. Garden Operation* ;for Ladies, The In. cendiary. ' - . _HirJdoo Women, rm not a h&ndsome malt. Flattery, a fkblc. Embroidery for Head' Dresses, - Female Education. The origin of Chimnles. Pi-feyer, The Polish Wife: The Maiegjy of G*d. Cui Bone, The dhj of Judgment. Bat Boroo. There's _Maaiv in a Mother's Voice Reflection: The _^Broken Hwrt. Pelish Song. Kosciuske. - The origin of Wine. A Sketch. — The Crner Hour—piece of Masic, written tu> composed <bt the Lady's Book_. The _Secroman. eer. Sensations. ' The; Coeflfiiur. _EtoquenDe Country. Lodgings—original. Woman's ffetfrt Soug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

BALTIMORE MARKET From the Patriot of Satdrday hast. ' FLOUR, Howard'tt.—Limited sales of fresh ground from store have been made at $5 25 per hr). _nni\ > hm _nm -find it _tbf pricft gffnffrally namffd to-day by the dealers. Some few lots have been sold at 5 374. Sales of several parcels of old flour subject to re-inspection have boon made at 4 93_J to 85 per brl_.; and some parcel? of old, not re-inspected, at 4 75 to 4 87i, according to age,. . The wagon price to day is generally 5 12 j. -: —__WHEAT'.rrThe no w crop:has .boon sent in but sparingly-this week; and as thetaillsare . now genefdlly prepared for grinding, the parcels tha_^ have arrived havpnioLa-lirialLmarliflL, Tha,salas _xhis week up to this day inclusive, ofgood to very prime _icd _^ have ranged from $1 00 to 1 07, and we give these quotations as indicatingthe state of the m|rkot to-day. Two lots of prune white _whout have boen'sold-within the last two days at 1 10 to 112$ per bush. A cargo ofgood N. Caro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

CAM? MEETING _f|lHERE will be a CAMP MEETING -¦¦ held on tho land of Mr. Brinkerhoff, 3"miles from Gettysburg, on the York turnpike, <J commence on Friday the 12th of August, under the direction of the Rev. Wm. Hamilton, P. E. of Carlisle District. _,A11 well 'disposed persons are invited to attend. We would hereby forewarn all persons from selling Beer, Cakes or Spirituous Liquors within 8 miles of the Camp ground the limits prescribed bylaw. August'3, 1831.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

-On Wednesday last; Mr. Williax Mo-^tKttAWir _^ sen. in the 7<)th:yearof _lusjager .J1 ., Warned Immediately * ting Business. To a good and industrious Boy, I _Hl\ give liberal inducements. ¦*--^ R.:w; MIDDLETON. August 2, 1831. DI£D_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

GJU'lTiTSBUKd _TRbOJP. _Y_0 _^ WTtt-pwade _inilunterrtp«m on &o- * turday next, at . 10 o'clodtj ¦_£-M. -*mi sed ud equipped—each member providuti with, \% rounds of blank cartridge* ' . _JAMfiS BELL _k _Cftptr *uW_«_tS._lB3l. -¦'. . _, _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

Here shall the prbss the People's rights proclaim Unam'd by inflmmcr_^-ttndtnrhrib'd byn\ttt; Tacaday _Morning, Angtilt «, 1831. Denaoorattc-Anti-MiMonlo Nomlnatlonl FOR PRESIDENT, JoKn _TUcteaii, 6f Ohio. FOR VICE-PnESrnENT, Richard Rush, of Penn.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

MARRIED, Un Monday evening week last, by the Rev. Mr- Butler, Mr. William PAXTo_» _» of Petersburg, (York Springs,) to Miss Mahy C. Coopkh, of this borough. . On Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr.Mc-Conaughv. Mr. William J. Cook to Mian Eliza Staub, all of this borough.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

COTTER'S Vegetable Catbolicon. A D V* B TIS B M E N T. The unrivalled and extensive reputation acquired by this _me dicine for the_^lasijite •years, both in Hospital and private practice, demands from the proprietor his grateful acknowledgmetUsto a discerning public. Potter's Vegetable Catholicon is _offerfcfcfpr the cute of Diseases of-the Liver, _Ulcerated Sore Throat, Uebilityresulting from Intomperance «nd Diutipatiop, _Sprofulii or King's Evil, Old and Inveterate Ulcers, Pains in the Bones, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Diiu . eases of the Lungs, . Sypliilis, ' BlotcKe* on the Face and Skin,* White Swelling of the, Joints, Tetter, Mercurial drteues _. Piles, A.C. &c. The Catholicon consists _exclusively of vegetable rnattcr_, and with o/«li gbtdet«r-¦/¦ ¦ _' . ;_ _^; >. . _v ..r _, . ---; -Jr.: --;-U: ;- minnion to the bowels, which* it preserves in a soluble state, acts insensibly, is pleasant to the taste, and requires no particular regimen or c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

Badgcr_^_s \l"eekly JHesscng-er. By the foruifcr Editor of /Ion ' s Ilernld and Clirintlan Advocntc and .Touriial_. Flan of Publication: ...: _TitE - first page of the-Weekly Messengerwill be entirely devoted to editorial articles, ong-inatTeligious-Gorrespondence r COridensr cd intelligence of ecclesiastical, missionary, andphilanthropic movements throughout the world; embracing abstracts of reports of Bible, Mission,Tract, Bethel,Sabbath, Temperance, and Jiiterary Societies, and such interesting miscellany as. a wide range of valuable American and Foreign periodicals shall apply to combine variety with use, and please while it instructs. The fourth page will be devoted to _various miscellany, arninged under departments, suited for every nge, profession, and circumstance in life, in which original and selected articles may be found, with engravings and pictoral illustrations of scenery and moral objects. The departments assigned to Sunday and Infant Schools will be prepared u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR S AXE. Will be offered for sale at public vendue, Oil Saturday the \ 5i% of Ocfbhefnelci on the premises, at 1 o'clock, P. M. thai valuable property, late the estate of' ¦ - John Stephens, dee'd, known by the name of the Bermudian Creek Woollen Factory, and Farm, Situate in Huntingdon township, Adams county, 2$ miles south of Petersburg, (York Springs.) The improvements are, a 2 story m JUfiUOSL-JKO_^CS J_^ _iHiiraw2 Tenaiif Houses, with Stables, a _jsS_^^_ftbank Barn, (_sfeie under and log above,) stone smoke-house and drying kiln under-one, and stone .spring-house, and fountain pump at the buck door; two _jBffisSSL APPLE OH'CHA-RDS _^ 'tiEBBGSS one of which is voting, bearing. _' ¦ jk* _^ and thriving; and a great number -*-_*i*>- of Peach trees. The FACTORY HOUSE is a two-story STONE _JfUILDING, seventy-five feet long—which contains the Fulling Mill and all the other nects_^ry machinery —« good stone Dye Shop, convenient. ' The Stream is good an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

BICKNEI_.I/S REPORTER, Counterfeit Detector, mid Price Current. THE publishcrof thin journal having been solicited by a _largejnumbcr of Iuh |«\t ' roi\s to imbuc the "Unporlor" weekly, has, in consequence, ninde such _arrangements as will enable him to comply with their wishes after the 'Hat of1 July inst., on which date the first year of this publication will be completed. Wo feel grateful to the public for tho liberal patronage awarded us, (having now_^_inore extensive circulation than any other newspaper in the United Statos,) and shall leave no measure unresortedto, in order to render this journal valuable m~air ruHpuclsyrrotoiily tu iiior_^_hanlT_^'baTflringiTK" gtitulions, broker h, and keepers of hotels, _butjtothe comnmnityin gonoral_. . We havo_^ngaged _ttw4it_^ erary assistance of several gentlemen welt known as writers, and have correspondents in all the principal cities and towns in the United States. Wo ilso receive weekly moro than five hundred newspapers fiom d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

FROCXAMATION. _^ 'WMfHERE AS the Hon. John _Rjjed, Esq. • President of _.the several Courts of Commpn Pleas, in . the Counties composing the Ninth District, and Justice of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer _. _^nd General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offenders in the said District—and" _Dxniel SHEFFERand Wm. M'Ci.ean, Esq'_s Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, for tlio trial of all capital and other offenders in the County of Adams-_^-have issued their precept, bearing date' the 28th da j of A pril, in iW y car of our Lord one thousand eight hundred atid thirtyone, and to me directed, for holding a Court of Common Pleas, and General Qiiui ter Sessions of tho Peace, and General Jnil Delivery, and Court of Oyer and Tormiuer, at Gettysburg, On Monday the 22d day of August next, AflO o'clock, A. M. Notice is hereby Given, To all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, and Constable...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

THJE EAGJUJB HO:il|SL._^-Ti7 THE undersigned respectfully informs his old friends and customers, _andilie public in general _^ that,he .hastaken that well known 1^^^^ _MGLE _*rj_<tSW ' '' HOTEL, Situate on thg corner of Baltimore and Middle streets, formerly occupied by Mr. B. _Gilbert. The house is largo and convenient. His Bar is well stocked with the best of Liquors, and his Table will always be furnished with the best the market can afford. The stabling is good and .roomy, and attended by an attentivewHti_^iler, Travellers arid others are _assured, that he will use every exertion in his power to render both Man and Horse comfortable. • , PHILIP HEAGY. April 6,1831. _- ' .- tf 52 • r _^ ,-<;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

_ATTENTION! The Ifork Springs Troop _WKTYLh meet at the _nouse of Mr. _Mobm ; <^¥v Myers, in Petejnbfiur_, on _Saturday (Sil3th ofAug_^_JtiTi _,_^_llVclock, A. 1Vf. for o_^gam_^_atioh and the Election of Of. f\een.•., A JACOB SANPEiRP, 3_>i_^

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