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

TO MY CREDITORS npAKE NOTICE, that I have applied_^ ¦*• . the Judges of thiB_^CSttrt of Common Plea* _oTAdajiwcowty, for (lie b_^n&fi' bf-tfeo Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges have appointed Monday, the 22dday ofAu-^_usOiti r77f'_<r_~tha-4_ieawt_^^g-fne-«m<_hi_^ creditors, at the court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may attend if you -think-proper. : ;_-;:: z~::;.. GEORGE .CROMER.. July 19, 1831. - . *¦ 4t..._l5

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

rB¥l Ii IWf _TOASSED at the last Session of the Le--P- grslattire of Pennsylvania, have been received ."it _tjj _jg Office, and are ready for delivery. " ; GEO. WELSH, Pjrpth'y. Pro_#onoterT_'_i Offic_«,Ad»m»( -I' _ooonty,_iuMl4 ,_I831. '¦' '§¦¦ '\ I 4w~10 -1 .* '_-" _- - _^ _-_^i '' : '_\r: . :\-:\ • ¦ " -:.

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

, Wanted Immediately, At this Office; an Apprentice to the Printing Business. To a good and industrious Boy, I will g ive liberal inducements." -* R. W. MIDDLETON . , August 2, 1831/ , ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

_8_WJ1&P&&® _ » _frjj(^ swccUjsCjUtwera _tnricVd From various Burdens culld with care." Watch Si, pray, le»t ye enter into tenii>tutlou. _.,.DiLiv:atclLoad..pxfty=._tla.tLi:a.n'jitjiQL.teJI, How near thine hour may he; j'hou ' can'st not know how sbdn the bell Aluy toll jts ' notes for thec: . Death's thousand snares beset thy way, , Frail child ot'dust_^-Oh wulciruuu pray ! '¦¦» _• Fond youth—as yet untouched by caro, Does thy young f_»ulso boat high? Do hope's guy visions/bright and fair, Dilute before thine eyo? Know, these must _chango, must pass away—Fond _truwting youth—Oh watch uifd pruy .' Thou ahed man—life's wintry storm Ilatli seared thy vernul bloom; ¦ With trembling step, and bending form, Thou art tottering to the tomb, And can vain hopcx lead thoe astray? Watch, weary jvlgriui—watch and pray 1 ¦¦ "„__ •Ambitiost—slop thy panting,breath, 1_'kiuk—sink thy tilled oyo ; ltohold the jfawning gates of doalh _Jicibro thec open lie; O)i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

office of the star, \ Chambrksbi _teo _^ Street, a few doors, -—' W_^ST Or Mr. FoRBY's-TAVBBNi ' ADVERTISEMENTS _goiiBp icuously-inserted-Fouit-timeft-ibf-wfs- • dollar P_«r square—over foulr times_,TWE!«Tv-v'JVB cmrLS" *q_^aro V 'M be. charged. - ;.v- -TKkMS OF TH?8 PAr_#5--Tw_»i)(_nx»ii_. 'r : per annum—pnyairfc _batf yearly _irmrfnareg. _-'_Xaf. ' suWo'iptiontr token forfosrifrtfl »i»SHWt>>;Mni _, .uoiic _discontinued until all arrearages an _paid, - unless at the option of the £djtor_^-and» failure - ~ to nokti'y • a ( _tkeonUnnaace _< ¦ now engagement, and tbe paper forwarded at-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

Tunbuctoo and Algiers? Positively, there itanexceaaUlthein, ft picture of elaborate burlesque, revolting to all rationality, and t&al might Well startle the Tabled lViomus, could he raise his visor to behold _tfiein. The explanation is historical, but where is any longer the excuse? Whatever the more —recent date of its Tegular formatiorTfirBritain, Masonry rose up in Europe,, in times _J_^ of_^_bajpbaiTstn 1 It has_jgniajnsd at .anchor, surrounded by its prejudices, whilst _ _ibejcutrenLhatborne the rest of society onward, enlightening it In all ways, but in none more than in getting rid of mysticism and pomposity, not only in government, but in all the concerns of life. To tfafese_. two at. . "Tributes mawnry clings with an especial tenacity. She would have the world imagine, that tlie charity " which other societies can dispense with a simplicity befitting this virtue, and which Heaven teaches every -man_^to_~beBtow_^wittropSff _palriTupoiniis brother man, though he b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

IHE BENE PLANT We quote the following paragraph with p leasure, especially as we were called upon yestsrday by a gentleman, wHo informs ua that lie has,tried the remedy upon his.own child, whose life he believes, was suved in consequence. ' —From the Weio YorlcMercamitt _liHttrtiier. - "We have been informed .'that the Bene Plant, which is to be found in some of our private gardens, is an infallible cure for the summer complaint, trie lives of many _thoiT sand children having been saved b y thin valuable'" remedy. A single leaf of this plant put into a half pint tumbler of puro water and stirred round, the water immediately becomes ropy, but not discoloured ; it is perfectly innocent; the last rLQtciisogreeablo; it has~been administered with perfect safety to children, and in some instances to infants only a fews days old. "We republish the'above article, which appeared in our columns on Mondav, because since its appearance several gentlemen _havt» called upon us to confirm ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

ing to; this Institution, who cannot or who will dot reason upon the subject oft U; but from enlightened aj&d caudid masons wemay hope otherwise;, and before the great body of the public we have a right to expect, that it will be considered and treated like any other source of Manger to "die public._ Its charity, like all other virtue, would survive the stroke of death, and find other channels through which to diffuse its relief -among the sons of men. Above all, masonry is out of place, in the United States. It is a hideous exotic. It is'fbreign in its original conception, and in all its present _habitp. Its completion, and in all its present habits. Its complication and concealments -are--trot- Aruericaii, nor its ceremonial, nor any part of its hyperbolical nomenclature. An atmosphere of political freedom and _opeimess), is not its element. It has nothing fairly to do here, and_^_jts spji> iti4.active,ut.wiU_bedoing mischief. The wonder is, that it should have ex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

_? _W _JA2SillS a ¦ " Various; That the mind of desultory man, studious of change And pleased with novelty, may be indulged." MEXICO.--The Editors of the New York Journal of Commerce have examined a file of city of Mexico papers to the 25th of-June, without being able to' find ' a single paragraph of any interest. The state of Puebla has abolished all secret associations, or Masonic Lodges. A reward of $1000 is offered to any person who will disclose the existence of such institutions. "Whoever shall be convicted of having belonged to a lodge shall be sentenced forllie first time to one years imprisonment, to two years confinement for repetition of the oflbnce, and Tor a "' fourth"_^infraction- " of the law to four year's -detention with the presidial of California." i .4 Clergyman convicted of Tiicft. —kt the High Court of Justiciary, held at Edinburgh in June last, Duncan McCaig, a Minister of the Chapel of Ease, in that c_^ty, was convicted of twenty one different acts of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

. . ¦- . — •—r . . . ¦¦ * .<_"££& From the BufijM6"Journal. '». _^. *" TROUBLES JN MICHIGAN. A friend at Detroh,has sent lUfctheibllowmg, under date of July 23d:—£'This community ha_» been thrown into a perfect ferment by the receipt of intelligence this morning, that a boy from Kentucky, between nineteen and twenty years of age, has been appointed Secretaiy of the Territory, an. office corresponding to that of Lieut. Governor in the States. The father of this boy,, J. T. Mason, waa appointed to, this office a little more than a year since; and has now,, it appears, resigned in favor of his son, to enjoy a more lucrative appointment. The fact of Mr. Mason, senior, being brother-in-law to the Postmaster General, accounts fbr this regularity of succession. -The people of Michigan,' however, are disposed to bolt, as you will perceive by the enclosed Handbill. Yours, &c. " . " . ¦_'¦ • . "To One and All.—Appointment by the President/—Stephen-Thompson Mason, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

ANOTHER SUICIDE7 (It iff time, these things, were called" by their proper names!);—Aninquest was recently held at the Rose-and-Crown, Stepney, on the body of Miss _Betsdy Harris, a fine youijg_^woman, about _^twenty-two years of agA daughter of a respectable tradesman. She_^fell down, while._standing by a window; and_^instantiy expired. She_^had_^the day previouseaten a hearty dinneri and the suri_^eon who opened, the body, was of opiniqn thacher stays being extremely tightly laced, _prevented the blood from p_^feperlyftigesting. Thefvprdict was, tht she "died of apoplexy, caused »V her stays beinctaoilffhtly laeett% -_~ > _ - •• ¦ . . .. - N_^g\ _¥_ffK Press. .. _C_^ ath by Ppispjr.^^ 'Boston Travelle> _^ records tha*foll_^ww: ;i*<!?We have to record another_melattchj|y oqcuri-ence, the _Result of _imprtgghce _W leaving poison _^ so _exgoged as to be _mistaken f<?r _harmless beyei^<?. _Tlj^^_oujd le_^jteople greater cautim: fethe _uj_» of si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

_RENUNCIATION. . Obey the dictates of conscience, "vbey God rather than man."' In _obedienc_^o this scriptural injunction, and for the g56a of my country, I feel it an imperative _^ duty to bear my _tesTimoily_1 ', with the thousan'ds who have broken allegiance, from the powers of _darkness * by briefly publishing to the world my views of the masonic institution. I was initiated into the " sublime, mysteries" of Freemasonry in-the city of St. John's _^ New Brunswick, in 1,826, and have since taken all the * regular degrees to Past Master, the last of which, (Past Master,) 1 , _topk in Campeachy, South America_^ The oaths, ceremonies, and manner of _initiation, in the lodges where I received ro_^rvarious degrees; ate substantially and I think titeralru_^same, as those.publi . shed in William Mai's _llluatrations_^bf Masonry," so far asqPfpUblicutipn goes'. -," ¦ , j ' r .... On a full and candid investigation of tho masonic Oaths, which are the bulwark-of _Jfof ._wholes _sysier...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

From the Philadelphia. Inquirer

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

afid front of political masonry in New York; _^^_P kno_^_Tb r_^8Ut«OTgng _ltfG oo r9_rClay and theRegenc_^ast Autumn, to the great "edification and amusement" of Mr. Van Buren and others. We find in the New York Standard of this mornuig as follows:1 — "Wo havo known," says the Albany Daily Advertiserof Mondaj_%-_^ior~somB weeks pa_¥l, that the _Antimasons had aildressod a letter to Judge McLean of Ohio; and we have good reason to bclievo, for the purpose of .ascertaining whether ho would consent, if nominated, to setve as thoir candidate for President. Whether Hub latter was addressed to him "by authority" or £s the mere ' suggestion of particular individuals _^ we protend "hbt to know, nor do" we caro. - It has drawif for In from him, _howevor, an answer, which the Antimasonic Journals will experience ho great pleasure in publishing: for their edification and amusenient, however, we tako leave to state, that Judgu McliOan has explicitly declarod that he wouldnot denounce masonr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

BALTIMORE MARKE1 From the Patriot of Saturday last. FLOUR, Hottmrtl-»t<~Salos of now and fresh ground were made from stores in tho early part of the week at $5 50 per • brl.j and more recently some lots, entii ' ely of new wheat, at 5 62J. Today, the store _price_ of fresh ground flour, of new and old wheat or altogether of new, is generally 5 62$. "The wagon price opened on Moncfay at 5 37J; but since thon it lias been uniform at 5 50 perftrl. " WHEAT.—The parcel* of tho bost new red, some of1 which wore very fine, mot with a ready ¦ale at 61 10 per busliel, arid ordinary, to good parcels at 95 to l()5ctfl. per b _. ushol. The improvement which these rates indicate is to be attributed to the limited supplies. Of now vrhite wheat very trilling supplies hnvo been received. A sale of-a cargo of common was Tnado at 1 II; a. lot at 1 16; and some _lutu of prime at 1 120 por bushol. A parcel of prime old red- Sutiquolianna was sold from store this week all 11 per busliol. CO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

¦ _ANOTHER MASONIC FORGERY ¦ " From the _Butfer Boposjtory_; -• " Messrs. _JJdftfor#.-4 ~ obsi?rve in _.the last Butler Sentinel, that the Antimasonic State Convention have appointed me one of the Committee for Butler county. This was done without my knowledge or consent. I now through the medium of your paper publicly decline the appointment. I am not a Freemason nor " am I a political ' Antimason. I have always been a Republican, but selected for my candidate the man who T-believe best qualified' to fill the office * without regard to the party name that might be given. _-_—JACOB KRINKER. Butler, July 9, 1831. 0"Upon the authority of Colonel Brinker himself, (says the Butler Sentinel,) we pronounce the above to bo a BA.SE. MISREPRESENTATION , airdTpublisTietl wftlism~fits~"kirowtedjf«f of coSsenu A Sign!—The "Perry Forester," liaa liauled the Jackson colors from hiseditorial hoad. . It was only a few months since, that \Uc enchanting name was placed thero—but recent eventH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

THE PRESIDENCY—We rjgwttije course pursued by many of our contem«!_ora«e#-with r_»r gat-d to the Presidential _queptfon. They maintain a. cautious reserve, bb if it were an uflap--proaebaMe-sfibjecfc _Snmc _ofthoTH everi_^ go so far as to reprimand those who venturo to depress their profDromio _^ JbofOTB-tho«dr_^4g-glwnr by-Uie-Baltic more Convention. Such conduct wo dbeni impolitic and reprehensible. How aro"tFifl"¦""Corirentibn to _ujco£_tau_^_gu|^: .-ojunioiujBx««pt as-expressed through the public _prosB? We do not deem it the province of the Convention to control or thwart public opinion; but-'to-nofflinatd thff liian .wTiois " judicutodby the voice of tl»» people. Any ¦other _courne_, will meet but little success, an'd rvnn tho prospects ofthe party which th' ev represent. The groat mass of Anti-masons—the disinterested and intelligent, have two objects in view: The destruction of Masonry, and the support and protection ofNational Industry—ofthe Tariff, Internal Improvement...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

OONaSCBJkTXOK _^jPHE Ch ristian l _puMicJsri»«pefitSBilfy-ii»--C---_¦- formed, that the _Evaogelical Lutherant Church, recently erected at Petersburg, oo_> " the foad from Gettysburg to Baltimore, will be _Consecrated on Sunday the 28th _instanU _Semral Clerical Brethren, from a distance will be present, and _aervioe may beexpected also on the Saturday previous at 2: o'clock as, well as during Uw whola o£thesucceeding Sunday.- -• "••¦ August 9,1831. . .. t_%5—I* COUNTY _CQmrVSBET&Oftf ALL those opposed lo SECRET SOCIETIES, are _revested to-meet at their usual places .of holding Township Elections, on Saturday, the 27th inst. at 8-o'clock,. P_^M. . 05" t© elect TWO DELE-_^ GATES, to-meet at % Court-hoiwe in tW borough of Gettysburg on Monday, the 29lk> inst. tos_^Ulft a COUNTY TICKET,, ** be supported at the ensuing electioo by. th_^. ¦ _.1 Anti-masonic Republicans of Adams jcoUn-_^ _* ty; and to _transact such other btuiness av may be deemed proper.- It i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

MR. BRANGH'S TESTIMONY From the Frederick Examiner. ¦ The Hon. John Branch has addressed the folr lowing leltor to the editor ofthe Telograph, by which it will be seen that he explicitly and4>ointedly concurs with Mr. Berrien and Mr. Ingham, in their "interpretation of the meaning.of the mystical expression—want of harmony"—in the Cabinet. He also boldly places himself at issue with the President, upon the, assertion ot the-latter that he had read a certain paper to him and Messrs. Ingham and Bonien; and thus, by every rule of evidence, stamps upon the President the charge of wilful mendacity or senile fbrgetfulness. . ENFIELD, August 1st, 1831. Sib: I have observed in the Globe' , which came to hand by the Tast mail, the following paragraph in Mr. Blair's letter of the; 21st of July to Judge Berrien. "When the statement which I made, predicated upon Col. ' Johnson's letter, was impeached in your se* cond note, I made.the application to the President which you seem to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 August 1831

Gorman Watchman's Song.. .Time's restivili— CONTENTS. Aglanoe at the present state of Europe, _lllos.' trating the colored Map—ori ginal. The situation-* ofPoland, with'astetoh of its highly _^_j terMtin_^ history, and some-of its _prominent war«i»r*—oru' . ginal. Tho Laird _otWineholm. A JwlgeiLearning. Ragland Castle, England, with aavnrra_?-' ing. A Ghost Story. Filial Virtue Illustrated. ¦ Sketches from an Old MS. No. 1.—origini. Wrongs and Rights of Women. A Hint toilet.' ter Writers. Congress _HUl, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. with an engraving. -; _Westminiiter Abbey, ¦ , London, with- an engraving. The Student's Stratagem—original A Young Man's Story—• orinal. The Quenching of the Torch. Influtintft'' of Trades in producing Consumption. EloqUenca- * of Silence. A Slight Cold. Bearded Wetoenw-i-On Shooting Stars. "I will by and bye." Schoolof Flora—Statice Caroliniana. Manner*. ' Witt and. Sentiment. Strange Antipathies of Brtihent Persons;r Musw— •1 Ouyf_1_agTihe_7e7_^--«8r...

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