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

BICKNELI_/S RE_^ORTEtt, Counterfeit Detector, and _l»riico Current. THE publisher of thin journal hating _iSteen solicited b y a large number of his patrons to issue _^ the "Reporter" weekly, ha_«, in _consqqutmce, made Buoh arrangement* as will enable him tooomply with their wishes after the 3_lst of Jul y inst., on which date the first yearofttois publication will be completed. We feelgrateful to the public for the Kberal patronage awarded un, (having now a more extensive circulation than any other newspaper in the United Slates,) and Khali leave no'meatmro unrosorled to, in order to render this journal valuable in all respects, not onl y to merchants, banking institutions, brokers, and keepers ofhotelH _. but'totlie community in _gonsr&l. Wo have engaged the literary assistance of _sereral gentlemen well known' as writers, and have correspondents in all the principal cities and towns in the Unitod Statos. Wo also recoivo weekly more than five hundred newspapors fiom...

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

The Casket for •Jt_#s^«»t,- _Jrlas been received, and contains a number of articles of unusual interest1 . The Em-. *¦ •; _bellishments are, an 'elegant . ) • ' _^nio_^ii_*_p_^ Map of _TlnrftpB_; & ~ \r\ _whjr_».h * h» h"_^mHflri_flg "f _POL AN D, _ainrl tthc_^ of othefcountriesjave distinctly marked Ar-Vjfiw-of-R_^giand-CkHtle r _^Bngland_^ View of * the PiaziBft of Congress Hall, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. &c &c. . , ,-..._;, ;_:•¦¦ . -,. y _^ GO'NTENTS. :? • ¦-¦ ' • ¦ ¦¦ ' _vA glance at the prenont state of Europe, illus-Sting the colored Map—orig inal. The situation Poland, _wkb_) a sketch of itB highly interf*_tmg history, , and some oi its prominent warriors—original. Tho LairdotWineholrri. A Jiidge's-Learning. Kagland Ca_»tle rEngland, with a ' nengraviag.._^_ftthost 8tory.- Filial Vi*_tue Illustrated. Sketches ft'oiri ifl QW MS, No. l.-n>riginal;-ii Wrongs and Rights of Women. A Hint to Letter _Wrjtfjj. ' _Congress Hall, Saratoga Spring...

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

%_Vb KfiWjyK»«$_^ TO ANAWY from the subscriber, ' Hw^' '&&' near Taneytown, Fjrederick co.' ^||d. on the 21st of May last, a negro man name, _^ ;¦ JOHN HOWARD, ' * *' Between 3(> and 4d years of agt; skin-not very dark; _aboot Six feet high'; tolerably slendef; surly countenance; . round ch* _#, and shows bis teeth, very much when_^laughi ng_^ he has a very large scar-on ojae of his legs, between_^ the ankle and kne_6, _occasioned by the. ciit,;»A_:s_^yth«^--I_^hinkUison.the r_%h_4leg5t he is tolerably fond of whiskey, oniahfis _spme pVetensions to _tjiai._Jhoe.majpg busjifess _^ |_f j| "_%snt *_wayjyith _* * _Jie>; _^ro _Wlio haiharflone of hia hande _takeqtifl' , belonging te JVraj". Jno; -McKalub-of Taney • '' _towa_>-_^najfebt'j*hey will be irftli© same thf&ugh |Jie mediunTof _am®^_spe(>tii»g |iieabOTe.,negy rb_>andtheJs_^_Kscriblr be _strc_^ cereftlfijjhairing A_^tlkeny/^shall'te-' ceive'th ' _^ ab ove reward 'i...

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

_PROPOSALS By the Editor of the Sehenectady Standard For _publWiing, on the l_«t of October next, a _YtojP of the •*«««r*«w_« -*Vc«#_^ In a neat pamp hlet form; to. contain the tftles _otajjl _tjw Newspapers .and Periodicals puWispdin * theUn;ted States; .the names _oftfite ' _^ftofs and Publishers; a statement of'_ttte tiumber of copies published from _encb _presR, and a designation_^the politicalpnhciplei adv>cated by each respective pubKca: tioD.\ To which will" be- addeda notice of ther several Type _^oundrieai and Pfiirtmg-Pres» _Manufactories in tlie _TJnited States.; (The wotk is designed for ' the use of the Profession, and wiUl>e of,_pqt»i4«tere«t to iwlitital Editors-d*nil parties. Kgchnnectad_^ f. July 11, JjB31i,-.> '

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

^^ <^«E _ttAr. SYNOD • * -. ; :_^_f; THE' LUTHERAN _CHURCHy _^ ,'._?. JX_0_THE UNITED STATES. '¦ ¦*¦ __. K_^_SsC_^'_^iF ' ¦ -fr*- .' _;.; ' ' _rJ _lHJEUSe*ical artd luy-delegates appointed _riyft1 _" *§_P_^tfiflbreat.Di«^ti%nod», are re>_- _ques_^_ffi _assembteij_^ _^_Hde|ick_/ Md_^ ort , thtfi>5_wi iky; and last. Sunday_^of October ne_^i _^ A_^ this Synod will be called Upon to _frahsfict _busioess of vital _imffortance to the aChurchiacii'isory bre*iir en will _becheeifijji _Uy receijiedjif due ihforniiBbnpC_^he. irihtentiort-to be present, bd given to tho subscriber. ^¦ . ¦ • _" ;w-:Diaafr- _- -& : _sqh _mpEt_^. 7f'!' Secretary W the 6k 8i<iit$ke <V. S_^ ' • July_>tf, _^ .. ¦ \ , 41—15 ;

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

CAUTION W GAVE a note to John Hcrsh, of Adams ¦* - county, Pa. dated 21st March, 1831, for _S200, payable in.six months. The consideration of tho note has failed, and not been complied with by John Hersh, and therefore I am not liable to pay and shall not pay the same. All persons are cautioned against taking an assignment of said note from said John Hersh or any _dther person. BENJAMIN SELDOMKIDGE. Lancaster, August 9, 1831. 3t—18

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

DOCT. S. M. TUDOR _^"kFFERS Professional _services tho _^^ public generally, and can always bo found at _hia father's residence, at thehouso formerly occupied by James Morrisson_, within one mile and a half of Hampton. Fair Mount, June 14, 1831. if—10

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

i _: ^' — j- . , Madger _' _s _Widely messenger. _IlJ_> Uko former Kdltor »r Zloi>>«Herald wmA _€Urlatlu> _Advooulo _nitU Journal. _JPhin of Ptiblication: The firsrpage of the Weekly Messenger ' Will be entirelyMevoted to cditoriul articles, original religious correspondence, condensed intelligence of ecclesiastical, missionary, and philanthropic movements throughout the world; embracing abstracts of reports of Bible, Mission _. Tract_, Bethel_,SM(bath, Temperance, and _literary Societies_^_ond such interesting miscellany as a wide nmge of valuable American and Foreign periodicals shall- apply to combine variety wrrtruse, ancK please while it instructs. The fourth page_, will be devoted to various miscellany, arranged under departments, _ewited for every age, profession, and circumstance in life, in which _original and selected articles may be foundwith engravings and pictoral illustra-.t_^_ns of scenery and moral objects. The departments assigned to Su...

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

A tfT-e_+tis-e-Hft_^ei-t*^—^ T_^Lm _tBjM PROPERTY -Z _«_JP dRSA1»« -¦- ' . " - Will be offered for sale at nutilic vendue, On Saturday the 15th of October next, on the premises, at 1 o"clock-, Pr fit. that valuable property, late She estate of John Stephensy dee'd, known by the name of the Bermudian Creek Woollen J_^ac-^_zzzzj_^ y_^ _imdiPttrm _^ z: zzrz: Situate in Huntingdon township, Adams county, 2 _J miles south of Petersburg, (York Springs.) The improvements are, a 2 story ]j]Tg Hft2 Tenant Houses, with Stables, a _aasSbank Barn, (stone under and log above,) stone smoke-house and drying kiln under one, and stone spring-house, and fountain pump at the back door; two J (jffijS & _ APPLE ORCHARDS—&sSSg one of which. is young, bearing _^Jr _* _^ and thriving; and a great numberij^**6 _^ of Peach trees. The FACTORY HOUSEisatwo-story STONE BUILDING, seventy-five feet long—which contains the Fulling Mill and all the other necessary machinery—a good stone Dye Shop co...

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

_^_sa o_^j _M_^_Sf ixf: ¦- Ilagerit-iPotmt _T Maryland. _rglHE undersigned, grateful for the very •*• liberal encouragement heretofore extended to him by a generous public; takes pleasure in informing them that he .continues at his old stand, situutedon the South West corner of the Public Square. The situation is certainly the'most desirable in the place, boing directly in the _rentre _oT business. The house is large and commodious, having a spacious back building, with well furnished, airy dnd convenient rooms, for the accommodation of thfiimyfilling-jOTj der."~~_Paniil(eB"can " _beTKc_^inm_^_ateli'"wTth~ private rooms, and every thing necessary for their convenience. His BAR at all times supplied with the best and choicest Liquors; and his TABLE provided with a superabundance of every thing which the markets uftbrd. His-STABLE (sufficiently large enough for 60 horses) well attended, by a. careful and experienced hostler,, aud provided with provender of every kind. Persons stoppi...

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

co**cH-lm_*iu.vG, ire_. Respectfully informs the public that he has removed to hia New Shop in Chambersburg Street, a fad doors West of the Court House, " WHERE HE IS FHERARKD TO , •Make, Trim, and. Repair OP EVEBY DESCRIPTION, —ALSO—w-A. Ij jB||^9L-DIiES9 BRIDLESSADDLE-BAGS, Portmanteaus, Harness, Trunks, and every other article in his line of business, with neatness, durability and despatch. He returns his thanks for past encouragement, and shall endeavor to merit a continuance of the same. \<:- July 26,1831. tf—16

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

Ji German Jinti-JflaQonic —-'l amxsx&r FOR THE _YEATl. T832, _Hatjutt been jhiblithcd at Lancaster, Pa. by S. WAGNER, [Editor of the Examiner. rWMUS ALMANAC is handsomely.print--*- ed on good paper, with new and neat type; and contains forty-eight large octavo pages of letter-press. It comprises historical notices of Freemasonry, and expositions of its character and tendency in a social, religions, moral and political point of view; an explanation of the system of symbolical masonry, With _extracts from the obligations and a brief description of the ceremonies of each degree, illustrated by FIFTY-FIVE WOODCUTS ? and a variety of information relating to Secret Societies; besides the usual astronomical calculations, &c. &c. . / Phick—Ten dollars, per gross. / One dollar, per dozen. / ' Single copies, 12i cents. _05" Orders, accompanied with cash or satisfactory references, willbe promptly attend to. / Lancaster, August 23,1831.

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

OUMBERIAND ZNIV. The undersigned respectfully makes known to the public, ¦ftCAT _HTK HAS TAKEN TIIAT WELL KNOWN Skuate at the south, end of Gettysburg, on the Baltimore turnpike, called tlie "CUMBERLAND INN," where Travellers, Drovers, Wagoners, &c. can be at all times accommodated, and every _exertion made by himself and family to render _^ -satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call* J. HARBAUGH. May 24, 1831. tf—7

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

LOOK AT THIS! SjrgS&_^_piOR the XbitST TXMB Jff*3_st? _I call on all those indebted to m,e, either by bond, note ot book account, to come forward and make settlement— I this flptice has no more effect- _thaiv wiy for inejL-nQtice>_thnaaiinflHhtJ>H wi_)l hnvn _to _inq_^_p settlement witkpersonswlio will add._CQBTS to their visits.' '_^ \ ' - JAMES A. THOMPSON. April 27, 1831. \ _^ tf—2-3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 September 1831

CHAMBERSBURG, Aug. 30 .— - " vARllETY_. " _:¦ "'" _, ~" " -r_^ vuri mis; Th'dliJie mindofdesHltrirtf mart, r tuifious _eftharig ' t And pleated with novelty, may he indulged." The Hermit, of _Niagara Falls.—The Lockpojt Balance, speaking of the person'of whom we popicd a short time since, from that paper, an interesting account entitled The Hermit of Niagara Falls, mentions that the death of that eccentric and unfortunate _indtviduaHvas occasioned by his indiscreet ly venturing in the river in a dangerous part, in order to obtain, as it is supposed, a better view of the magnificent spectacle of the Falls;.and that this feeling often tempted him to dangerous feats, which would, .probably have been attended with inevitable death to almost any other person. .. .. . ... POTTSVILLE, Pa. Aug. 20. Distressing Accident.—-A distressing accident occurred in the neighborhood of Friedensburg on Thursday, lasf, to several females of the family of Mr. Seiizinger, of this place,- ..w'Kir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 September 1831

jmjTOW _^ [ConcluJed.] Rolofski and his boy hastened with all their speed to the--neighborhood of their home, in order to ascertain the safety of the beloved wife aud mother; ull that _>net their view, however, when arrived, was the mass ofbluck ruins, hero and there venting thin streams of smoke, aud all around aad about, still, lone aud desolate. The distracted husband called upon the name of Christine, but no voice responded to' his cry; he shouted with all his might, and the boy assisted, but all their hopes expired beneath the despairiing jeonyje tion, -tliiiLtheJMic-objee^—bf_^frciir searcli ' urid solicitude h;ul flod the jnouniful scene. Afraid rt_> ' remain upon the spot, they immediately hastened to the nearest rencjexvous of the-patriots, and the name of Nicholas Rolofski was enrolled in the list of those intrepid heroes, whose lives were devoted to the redemption of Poland from its state of slavery and oppression. - All endeavors to-discover the ret...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 September 1831

. _tfiuiB _oa«Siaai_^ _gja> o ,.._^ . "_IVitA sweetest flowers enrich'd From various gardens culVd with care." _7THBP.S IgJTHB SOUL. That rises pioudly o'or the silent tomb; Go ask _tlio mailile, why it stands alono_, _Unfailing _witrjess of man's filial doQin. Co usk the mourner in _atiliction' g i_^ low, ' While tho warm tear is glist'ning in his pyo, Go ask the grave, the slumbering dust _liulow, And echo to thy words shall still roply Whoro is the soul? Whore is the _soiil? fiot in tho grave's embrace, Amid contagion's pestilential breath;. Go ask tho worm in that dark, dismal place, IF spirits linger in those halls of death! Go ask tho clay where man's proud soul hath fled; jV.sk.of the waving grass and chuiuny_.sod; Go ask the coffin that contains the dead, And they will aimvor that tho soul's abode f u tt.'itli ifu _flsiii '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 September 1831

tERMS_^OF T t_^TAPMt-_^_ti_^&_^ jpttannaat- p _iy »_bih h_^_yi_^y_^trm&*Ktito6;~'"li subscriptions taken for ifess (hut six mo*tfc_«,»B <* none _disconlihu_^d until all irteUag** »r« f_*i«y _untess at the _oplwn of the Editor—aad i_^_fkilur* rte-«otHy-a disi;oiitiiiuaBce~_WiirBe _ebnsidered • new engagement, and the pap«r for warded ae" cordhigly. ¦ , .._^. .. ' -yU- _^ " _^ "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 September 1831

—^r- -0ft_)piCE OP THE _ATAB_, .7 _GBfA _MBBBSBOBe STKEKT _v A FJSW DOOHS " Wjsst of M«. Fo«ry_'s Tavern. _ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuously inserted pour times for one poiijuL,per aVjuarp—over four UmesvTwicitTT-Knn: _oKSTs per square will be chargad. -- .-— -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 September 1831

¦ _* ' ¦ ^^^^ _ff_^_ff 3B'_^ig*fas]>3_B_^ "i * ¦ ¦ ' .,. _tti laUMlvKtthr Hob. <!Iuurt_«« Mla_«r. ¦ Tkr first totter, of _4he Hotf. Ricwa*u Rush, on l|»_twyTT *M _pabltj_^jj_^X _bpfww _JmI In _ths Sentinel ofthis plaesr TKe- Editor of that print fcahighioaian—RoyalArch, _wetolieve. For the - test year or so, _wka a few exceptions, he has left " /the subjects ef Masonry and Anti-Masonry out of his ems paper- _Whether he bat written orMictated for another, m« shall not, at present, positively UMt. But thi» much we do ' say, that although behw(a> _Ise says) kept "aloof from this eontro wr»y,i»ni* not pursued that course towards the public ' which every highminded, honorable journalist deems it a duty. Because, a neutral or impartiolttaper should never omit _containing* no. _s ticVofall "public and private matter*" that ininy manner whatever interest _tUos* who patronise it - Any other course should, and will, meet its merits. How u it _with this "neutral" S...

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