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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

_^SMR Q_^_iB3>^SIG)q ^—^- _^With _sweetttt _floteert _enrieh'-d --From various gardens culVd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

• From the Ravenna (Ohio,) Courier. VALUABLE DISCOVERY. By a communication received from a respectable-and scientific physician in-Medina county, if appears that a remedy _!has at ¦length been found for restoring _animation suspended by the effects of carbonic acid gas, or damps, as it is usually termed iri wells. The frequent oceurreuee-of-deatli caused by persons descending into wells hi which this gas or damp exists, has long made it a desideratum with the humane, o discover a restorative to animation when it is suspended by. inhaling the gas. Accident.AmsM.Llength.jdQiiG what science.and' study had failed to effect; and if we cannot_<at all times avoid the gas, we can by timely aid prevent the fatal consequences ofits eflects. On the 17th of June last, Mr. Vial, his son, and another person, were engaged digged a well in Medina county, and having been absent about one'hour, the young man returned, _wentrinto the well,andafter descending a short distance, fell, appare...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

VARTETTv , .. * .__.. .."_. .-A Various; ... ... That the mindqfdesultory man, studious of change And pleated with novrlty, may be indnIff ' ed."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

Democratic Antl-Mnjionlc Nomination I FOR _TIIESIDBNT, John McLean, of Ohio. • FOR VICE-I'IIESIPENT, Richard Rush, of Penn. " TU«»U_»y _MomlUg, MRMt 3», I8.H. ID-BALTIMORE MARKET—There is no change in the price of flour. The wagon price of Howard street remainsnt _*5_;50r ond~BHles "fro " maiio from Btorea at $5,62_}. We have heard of no Sales of rod wheat at a higher rate than $1,12, & none but _vorr choice parcels have brought that. FOREIGN NEWS.—By the _lastest arrival at N. York from Liverpool, very important news from Poland has bfeen received —a dangerous conspiracy had been diijc6-vered among some Polish officers and tlie numerous Russian prisoners at Warsajv, in time to prevent any ill effects—the _j?oles have been defeated in one or two late battles. _OCrErom the Baltimore Gazette we learn _^hatiiieNBgi-ocairTttfeuyperparroTSouTh ampton county, Virginia, have turned out and, murdered several " wfioTe families of white persons, amounting to 58 individuals...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

_PROPOSALS For fmUUhing in tht City of _WatKrngttri, tn* Weekly Newspapers, (in pamphlet _fonnA -.- ~~-~ .. — 4»w-*_+it_*ntitU4 —-^~_Tffr~— The _JUeelumicVB Register f ANI> THE OTHBM The farmer 1 * Register** t ¦ ¦ ' •V . i ¦ ¦ ¦ .... <*A. porlhHi of the Daily Telegraph Witf, be devoted to agriculture and the _mechanic arts. Having the matter in typ«_ywe _prtK pose to make up two weekly royal sheets, to1 Contain sixteen octavo pages each; one t_* be entitled the Farmer's Register—the other The Mechanic's Register. The Far--rner'_s Register will _confein agricultural notices, and such othermatter,comrnqfttk W newspaper,, as will be interesting to that class from whom we derive _the staff of lifer The Mechanic's Register will _«iBB(i»i»8uch general information on mechanics, in addition to the ordinary- newspaper notices, M win renoer it n vnninin _* (ir _q iiiHition lo the; library of that useful and influential classof citizens for whom it is intended. _Tbeoe'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

THE JLJU_»_V>8MOOJL Emb«lU»_ffinent» fof Awftu WI_^ 1S31_* _^ {tAioEE, an ori ginal _steellMtrsio, ' . ¦ . _^ _engrarjhg, ' _Ehhoidut_, f _Borr of Bin. Franklin, Uancino, • . ; TheORs_*MKNTAt.AK> nkT, A _jicco of _Mosic. _r eOWTENTS-_^_ffaidSfl_^ with an _ongrnivii»^+ _TJm Merchant's Clerk. - On _Converealion. _vfit »nd: Humor.—EnglishOenmt. _ftneen _EUnbeth;" Origm (iritonkitig.The Hoad. Pr. Aine> Death. Rove anil-Friendship. Tlie fiett atSea. Sketch of Or. _t'_riinkiiiro LlTe, with an _Engrdvmg_, _Floww _erp. ThrfBribht Kumtner Tihw.' Song.- BcittM in Poland. Reminiscences df a Courtier'. Soh_* ' set A Book put&d by ti _Gliogt. Tlie _Bliuh. Song of tho Troubadour. The Ornamental Artist, IN 4ustrated. The _Fattrtf_^lio_«nnlwTJe-Biroiir_?_lP_" tiva Henovolonre. She _iia'saerf.TnVWfe'lrifdien: Outline of Mimic, with an _BnjrraTing.. AH' * Well. Tlie _Forsakon. A Story 6t Gjbod _Queetr _ItetB. Embroidery, Illuatrated. She liuth potted -from the-EBrtl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

THE GENTLEMAN** XKIAGAZINS of TASHtOJKt FOR AU&UST AND SEPTE»rBEi_^ _i83L_/ IS _SrifBKLtlSITKD _WjtfH AW _Elegant whole-length Portrait of a Lad y in a fti-' ding Habit. , Elegant whole-length Portrait of * _Qentleman in* a Promenade Dress. Elegant whule-lengtli Portrait of a G ' tinrfeifaah in "TaKiatnp i>regs. Elegant whole-length Portrait of a Gontleman,inJ -a_^Valking- _i>re«.— ~~ —— ~ -—— -— TWO elegant whole-length Portraits of . Gentifv . men in Morning _Drossog_. . - " _ It also contains a _fteport of Fashions, ani a._n* riofy of interesting rtialter. The Alheneum and _Magiztneare pubu>ha4 by Kane &. Co. Boston, Maaii.-.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

THE ATHSNBU1_O,, FOR AUGUST, « In _Km1>clll«hed with »lUhoKf«itk& nrlj>< <*/ K. JU. BtXAVEK,E»q. Author o t**w5iu_^a. ** Al«o, a colored Iit1iogr" *]phle print, <MMit«Ui_^ tug Bight Fiultlonnble _HesaOreMeaa. CONTENTS—The Statesman. My Own La-' merit.' Edward Lytton Bufwer, with an Engra-, ved Likeness. Love's Philosophy, or Hearts and* Heads. The Black Rider. The Ghost of KUV _slieelan. _^ Erin. The Bloody Hand, o* Heraldrio Discoveries. My _LittleJGrey Landlord. Where am I Gann7 The Hypochondriac; _^_ThgrflKBeTi_^ of Boiz-iVfonzitr_~I*m not a _IioveTYFowl JOURNAL OF _FASHlONS_^ThB-Lit«tL«v dies' F«shions_^_Walkiny I_^ _ew_^_MdfniiijjlSB»> —Evening Dross—Young Lady's Diags—Public-FromeMde Drose, Sec. &.c< , ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

DIED, On Monday the 1st mat Mrs. _(yf**T Abbott, wife of Mr. Thomas Abbott, of this county, in the 75th year •f'her am_. On Thursday the 18th _inat.in then»?ghborhood t>f M'Sherrystown, Mr. * ANTHO«T _QjYild , a _jod 74 year*. ' ¦ ' - ' _' ¦ . •-.. . _YeHtenJay week, a flaiighier of 8; _». Galdwell, Esq. of Muuntpleusant ton_'nship, ago<J 6 wotke-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

Th* _JVntUnua IvUeUigenter •'We see.U nannounced, in such a manner «s to leave_rio doubt of the fact, that our distinguished leJIow-citizen _Rjuhaku Rcs_u, whose personal'qualities and abilities we _uj ways _Kold; in the highest re_|ai_^has _^ iri . reply to a letter addressed to Turn oh tjie . subect, by an _Antimasoniccommitteej peremptorily declined being considered as a. candidate either for the Presidency or Vice-Presidency of the United. States at the ap-. _proaching election. \ ; ' *¦--— "Considering the zeal withhvhich Mr. Rush has lately feltiito_^ie _hia _Wy to-tt*e _T_»art with the Antimasons, and Uhat _^ there are some of that way of _thinking who mix up their principles with pothidi and personal objects, we think this counfe on the part of Mr. Rush not only _proves the honorable disinterestedness of his motives7~But goes to show 1_nV6pinibri;_ilml_^M_' _asOTryr; br"'"Mfrma- " spnry, ought to have nothing to do with the election of the Chief Magistrates of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

Here shall the. _prkss the People's rights pruclaun Ua#V)% % Jn/_fmnce, aiul unbrih'd bjf_oain.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

A _VALUABLE FAKM __ FOR SALE. The subscriber _oflers, at private" sain, his VJtlJU_\_B_^_K FJLUM, _SjjURlB in Liberty townshi p_^ Aduma courtt}', Pa., about 2 miles west of Waigley'_s l_^avern, on the Turnpike road leading from, Baltimore to Waynesboro'—14 miles from Gettysburg and 8 from Emmittsburg. ¦ The FARM contains 2.10 _Jicres of _J9_^^, PATENTED £AND; ^|^^ A bout- 400 -Aeres -of—which -ra-_^J_£_^ WOOD LAN _J), and the remainder clcured and in a good stttte of cultivation; and 100 Acres of the latter could easily be made inlo-excellent welr-watered_^Meadow. —Th_» improvements-consret~ofa~_Tiew _Jhad_^ 3 S TOR Y HO USE , rtlKL we _"nm8bod, ' with an excellent ljigj|_mf Spring of Water at tho door—""^^Spring-house, Barn, and all other necessary out-buildings. " There is also a good _^ JtW _MllilL oh this farm. What makes this a desirable property to purchasers is, that its situation is well adapted for the erection of an extensive Tan-Yard, _DintUlert/, (Bark and Grain always...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

HOUSE _jfr _Sk _£c IOT FOR i_^P SALE. The_^subscriber will sell, at private sale, her Situate in Mount pleasant township, Adams county, Pa. adjoining lands of Samuel Hoflman, Anthony Smith, " ancTotliers_, The LOT contains Ten Jicres ofJLantL a part of Which is WOOD LffND. There is also a good MEADOW and a fine ORCHARD on the Lot. Tho tenant will show, the property to any person wishing to purchase, and for terms, which will be reasonable, apply to the subscriber at Now Oiford ELIZABETH SNEERINGER, August 30,1831. " 4w—21

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

NOTICE. ALL persons indebted, either by bond, note, or book _accoiuft , to the late mercantile firm of JOHN <_$¦ JJ2SSE HOUCK, of Hunteratown—and also those indebted in the same manner to _JQHJST HOUCK, of the same place, are requested to come forward and settle with the subscriber, to whom the accounts have been transferred, on of before the FIRST &A Y OF OCTOBER NEXT— after which time, no indulgence can be given. $¦ BA-LTZER SNYDER. Hoid|orsburg, Tyrone Towni \ ..;* . ..... • _nn%, August 30 _t 1831. _^i , 4w—St

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

TO MY CREDITORS. rWUKE NOTICE-, that I have applied "-¦• to the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of thfl in yd VflPt 1"" _^ , nnrf thnt the. finiA _TiwJ g»ft _ksLve appointed Tuesday-the- 27 th of Sep. tembernext, for the-heafing_^of-me ana_*.my .croditora,:-at:_thejQQUT_^ of Gettysburg, where y_ou rnay attend if you think proper. ' . JOHN LOOP. August 30, 1831. ; 4W._^,21

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

TO MY CREDITORS: r| lAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to -¦- the Judges of the, Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges have appointed Tuesday the 27th of Septe_/hber next, for the hearing of me and my creditors, at the Court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may attend if you think proper. BENJAMIN McCREARY. -., August 80, 1831. - 4w—21

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

ATTBNTIOI*! , Gettysburg Guards f YOU will parade at yQur usual place, on SATURDAY NEXT, precfeely at . 2 o'clock, p. m., with ' arms ana* accoutre_, ments in complete-otder. By order, .."' g. Armor, o>s. _August 30,1881. _iOir\n Appeal will be held at tlie house of JOHN ASH, immediately after _parade, 'for the _tlmiclawtdays ofpamde_.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

Synod of the German Reformed Church of the United States." IN accordance ' with a Resolution of the Synod held in _Hagerstown f Md. (he Synod will meet this -year at Har-risburgj on the last Sunday (25th) of, September.— All those who have business with the Synod jtrerespectfully invitedto__ attend. _> _k _^ _^ jL&GOB-tJEiGER, Secretary. August 30, 1831. ' tin—'21

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

&si<_iiz_*m&Q_®mia Origin of Anti-Masotary. _._ Erom the Lyons Countryman.- _^_- 7 On the 11th of September, 1826, a free--—main was stolen; and on the 19th of tl«3 same month and year he Was assassinated.; Certain private citizens, suspecting these crimes and seeing no _ohxeers of government engag-- ed to discover and convict the criminals, felt .themselves compelled, by the common _sympathies of_^ humanityt to enquire into ~ _^ tfiem_^ They discovered who the criminals were; and gave such information as produced the indictment and prosecution of some ¦ of them. _ A few were convicted, but_ none oTtneTnMrguiIty_^ 'TO e_^^ ~ _Freemasons. "The freeman was stolen and murdered by them, for revealing the secrets of _Freemasonrj. These secrets consist of _ingenioui contrivances to obtain unjust advantages over ail who are not members of the fraternity, and of guilty oaths binding masons, on the penalty of death, to the strict _t and universal application of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 August 1831

VAttBarsr _UiaiOlJ ' V>W#i _«_wu —bid them a hearty _V' good bye"—implored_. A PATRIOT PREACHER. At that eventful period when our country _WSff invaded by Provost, a clergyman, resident about thirty miles from this, exhorted his flock to inarch to Plattsburg and repel the army. Many did so. After they had departed the guardian of liberties, as well as souls, called together those who had remained, for the_purpose of offering up prayers for the success of those who departed, and when they had assembled he could not Gad an-"able bodied man" among his congregation. It was composed of _females and decrepit oldmen_*_, A scene like this was fuel to the feelings and food for the emo iit\? ttuuuiuk _vuiieivtf uvivu tions of the heart of a patriot, and the preacher was not wholly unmoved by it.— He commenced a prayer—He faltered.— He re-commeneed—again he faltered.— The emotions of his heart choked up the avenues of his soul and the burning feelings of the patriot had got th...

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