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

_ashrn A PEEP BEHIND THE CURTAIN. rrora the_^ W gton Telejjrftpli. REMARK.-_^The Globe is the acknowledged favorite of the administration. So fur as the countenance and support of the Executive can give it character, it has it to the full- But will none of those who approach the President, and who respect his character admonish him of the great injury which th« prevaricationsimd_^lsehoodsofrhisorga n4n* diet upon him_. That veracious _s print at* tempts to assert that Ihe statement that Mr. Crawford was about to make a publication, _" 'his final reply" to Mr, CaJhoun, originated "in two prints in this city." Now the fact is, that, some weeks ago the Constitdtionamst, a Crawford, Georgia paper, published _v as we believe, in the neighborhood of Mr. Crawford's residence, _aaserteUthat Mr. Crawford's "jinal reply" to Mr.- Calhoun would appear in the Globe ina few _days. '— This statement was reiterated by the Richmond Enquirer, and had appeared in _most of the Southern daily pa...

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

H*re _thmU ' the ritua the People's_^ rights proclaim Vnaw'd hy influence, and unbrib'd by _oain. Tuesday Moruiag, Se|>_tcnO>cr 6, 1S_31. Democratic Aiktl->Ia«onlo' NontismttOB t "' Foii »»*inEWT ? John McLean, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, Richard Rush, of Penn.

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

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

XBX rBJBMlDBUCX-JVTHim M<iiEAF> W_« pertain that the Boston "Free Preaa," Philadelp hia "Sun," Lancaster "Examiner/'-aad _eae or two o _u tlier _AnUmaeonic papers, are either dbectljr or indirectly attempting to _discourage _. flu non «n»tion nt JuHgn MnT_._giw for ihaPrear denoT_. _Tbey certainly are takinp_^the mo_»t effectual nwuu m their power to lessen hfs popularity, whether designedly or not. ; TBejr ' _iHect to be ignorant of his Antimasafiry. He i» iot publicly pledged, say they. And do they Mripusly expect, ^«r wi»h,JMd«a _McLwM_. iitflattiMJic.ii_.lo_^ihA Bench _«f the Supreme Court, to come out and publish a philipic against Masonry f To _efcWr the arena a» a political g ladiatoi-7 If they are igno. rant of his opposition to Secret Societies, it is because they have not taken the pains to ascertain it in the only way which it would become him to communicate it. The "Examiner" says, "his opinions_, on most of the points deemed important, are not know...

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

TEMPERAIVCK MEE_/HfO. AN adjourned _meeting of the _Fftfrwl_^ Tewpwanoe 9oci"ty ff'_» _tm ' ImM nt the Church afth* R«wWm, Paxtonm this County, an _Satvrdavfthe 10th day of Septem_^trjtfgft, at 2 o'clock P. M.at which the1 _frtesftajternperahce are respectfully invi-— _^^_P* . . __ _^HN_^_KRSSGN, — September 6,1831. ' Secretary. ' ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE. At the splicitavipn _pf. many_j>_f nay _irienda _t have been iuduced to offer myself as a Candidate for tho Assembly at the ensuing Election—If the Public think proper to sup-\_iort me for the above office, it shall be thankfully received _bWheir humble servant. p ' -VQfl_^ DICKSON. September 6,1 ljl^^% _^ * ' te—22 rail , road _MEWmmm * %> eV_^e> THE Citizens of Adams QMihty are requested to meet aftbe Court-house in the Borough of Gettysburg, m On Saturday vtex_{_, the Wthfinstafit. ¦ at 2o'clock p. m. toij_^uire into _Hfts expediency of petitioning, the rJext LegiSlatft_|ft to incorporate a Company, for the p...

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

ODD & EVEN SYSTEM. JtlaryUttul State _lottery, No. 7, for 1831. Toybe drawn in ' Baltimore on JPHVRS-• DAY, the 29th instant. , _HlGHt_^T PRIZE, 6,000 DOLLARS! -SCHEJjygl_.iijv';:. ¦ .— 1 prize of $6,000 5' ~50 I * _S _. OpO 10 - 30 i l _. obo JUT io 1 500 100 5 1 300 150 3 i 300 loooo a - 4 prizes of $100 MODE OF DRAWING. The Numbers will be put into one wheel as visual—and in the other will b % put the Prizes above the denomination of $3.9i), and the drawing to progress in the usual manner. The 10,000 prizes of m.0ii will b« awarded _tetKe Odd or Even Num. bors of the Lottery, (as the case may be,) dependent on tlie drawing of the Capital Prize of Six _Thoutand Dollars—that is to1 «_ay, ii' the $6,000 prize should come out to an Odd Number, then every Odd Number in the Scheme will! be entitled to a Prize of _$2J)0; ir_' the 6,000 dollar prize should coma'out to an Even Number, then all the Even-Numbers in the Scheme will be each entitled to aprizeof$24_jy_. ,- Half...

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

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

- . ' ¦ .. ¦ ' ; ' ¦ DIED, _ ' On Saturday week l«»t, _Johs _Wutisf, _sobhs Mr. Henry G. Oil], of this _boioOfh_, _ajred 5 months

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

_Sn _YMiUA ''' OZ ' _' BJLjnPROPERTY fORSAlt!_. ' _Willie offered for sale at public vendue_, On Saturday the \&th of _Ofrtoifer next, on the premises, at L jj_^cjock _* P. M_$(ha( va_* Ivable property, late the estate of John Stephens, dec\l a known by the name of the Bermudian Creek Woollen Fac-.__ _toryj_^_MndJhrjn ^^ _ii_>. ¦ ..; ...:. _» Situate_ia_Huutmgdon- towflsljipr -A<_Jani_* county, 2i mites south of Petersburg, (York Springs.) The improvements are, n 2 story /frhll_^ slZZil. •JJ'Hb_^ Tenant Houses, with Stables, a _^jBja_^^hank Barn, (stone under _aqd log above,) stone smoke-house and drying kiln under one, and stone spring.house,.and fountain pump at the buck door; two 4BjfSjSj5fc_* A P PL E ORCIj_£ RD &— _3@&5 one of which _kfc_^iunrf_* bearing ' _^ j _ffi_^ and thriving: und#7_rSk fiumbor ¦**^*_fc~ ! WH'iTWlgTORY HOUSEisatwo-story Wl_*_6NlfjUpLniNG, soventy-five feet long—whioffcontains the Fulling Mill and a// the oilier nec...

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

: THE _JL,t lM>Y*_->& SSOOM£. _Kiubrlllkbiucnlx for _AnifuM_, _tn '_sVli '» " ' IIaii>ke, an ori ginal steell.Music, engravmg, Kaiihioiiikrv, Bust of Hen. Fhanki.in-, _DAxta_^u, .: " "TtTettiTNA>_inNtALi_^_RTisT;|A ~ pieco of Mi'sir. CONTENTS—Haidee, with an _Pngraving.— -The IMorclmnt_'s_^'Iprk.. Qn (' •_onverxniion. Wit and Humor. English Genius, (iueuu _Klixabetta " Origin ofKaffkirig. Tho _Houd. Dr. Arno's Death. Love nnd Friendship. The licll at Sen. Sketch _: j)'f_Dri .Kran U _lin'_sXilb, witlt-ait-Kng _VitvfmTr_^_flowr" ors. The Bright Summer Time. _Song. Scenca in Poland. Kominisccnces of a (_Courtier. Sunset. A Book putf'od by a (_ihost. Tho 1!1iihU.- Song of the Troubndour. The Ornanienta! _Artint, 11. lustrated. The Fa_}e of the Duko dc Biron. Active _Bencvolonce. She passed. Tho Pole's Adinu. Outline of Music, with an Kngraving. AU'i Well. The ForHakon. A Story of Good Quoou _Uexs. Kmbroidory, Illutitriitod_^ Sim liutli pasiscd from ...

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

A_. el-y e r _ti~s e m en t s_v A VAIUABXJB E&Rift FOR SALE. —The subscriber offers, _ul prlvute~8aterWs ¦ * VjLIA_^_H _IjB FIB1 *, Situate in Liberty township, Adams county, ' Pa.,_rnbont 2 miles west of" W aiglets —Tavern, on4HeTiH4»pike-road-4eading-from — Baltimore to-WHyncsboTOJ _^-i_^_Tnile8~froni -Gettysburg and _fcHYorn EmmiUsburg. The FARM, contains f tSO Jlcrcs of j_^^ PATENTED £AND;_K About 100 Acres of which is—^_ftg_^^ WOOD LAND, and the remainder cJear-\ed and in a good state of cultivation; and KM) Acres of the latter could easily be madexiuto excellent.well-watered Meadow. TheHmprovements consist of ft new • Adk_^ S TOR Y HO USE, I _hJVHL wfJRfinished, with an _excellent JiijiKlrSprintNjf Water at the door—"¦^"_^Spring-house, Banj_.and all other _necesjary quUbuildingsv. There is also a _gobeMS A.W Mil* ti on this farm. What makes this a desirable, property to purchasers is, that its situutioKte well a-' dapted for the erection of an _extensiie _anff Tatu...

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

' UNlffl_^jBiLDOr, ' MIager8-TownyitWaryland. ^¦^rfElihdersigrwdrgiatefui for tho very -«*- liberal _enoafiragement heretofore ex-¦fended to him by a generous public, takes pleasure in informing thercrtlsat he' continues at his old stand, Minuted on the South J_^sL£QtaeiL.af-tfie-Jfiii4ie--Sijtiarer— I F]_fe situation is certainly the most _Jesirahle in the place, being directly in the centre , of business. The house is large and commodious, having a spacious back building, .with well furnished, airy and convenient rooms, for the accommodation of the travelling order. "Tainilies,can be .accommodated -withliril'Jlf« pnnma nnl _„.,_«.... •!.:.... ..»*/.- uuii i _, ._n_».,.o_, cn: _ y imii^; _utwToour_^ for their convenience. His HAR at all times supplied with the best and choicest Liquors; and _|iis _TABFiE provided with ft superabundance of every thing which the markets afford. His STABLE (sufficiently..large enough for (SO horses) well attended by a careful and experienced hostl...

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

CO_*HCMl-MEAM£IJrG , 4V. S_®WHSf ' Slb _A_^_lLM&i) ' • ¦ Respectfully informs the -public- that he has - - -' . removed to his JNgML.Shc_^_Sn.-£h(imbershxa!ffJStreetT-a--fewdoore West of the Court House, ' _WlfKKK UK IS PKKRARKW TO . .•ifTaki' _, Trim, and MZcpair OF _KVEKV niWOUlPTIOri, —ALSO—SAD_^^DLES, ; BRIDGESSADDL.E-IIAGS, ; Portjmanteaus, 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 tomerit a continuance of the same. July 26,18;J1. . tf--16 ¦ _CAUTION. _~tt GAVE a note In John llcrxh, of Adams ¦ county, Pa.dated 21st March, 18:11, for S200, |)ayable in six months. The consideration of tlie 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 agiiuXSlfaTting-an-assigninent of- said notefrom said Jolm Ilcrsh or any other person. BENJAMIN SE LOOM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

?FHE EXPULSION OF THE KIDNAP PERS OF MORGAN. We are beset at home and abroad witn earnest appeals to our judgment .and mercy in behalf of the innocent masons; the inoffensive masons, the benevolent, thecharita_* _ble_, the patriotic masons. "Punish the guilty," exclaims another Daniel, (and that is what we are doing,) "but let the innocent » escape—harm not the innoeent** Who would harm the innocent? In the1 late war with England was/>acre« guilty of any offence against our ri ghts? And what had the crews of the Guerriere, the Java/ and the Peacock done, that our men fell upon them sword and musket, cannister and bomb, pistol and pike staff, and sunk their proud ships in the depths of the sea? Poor innocents, they bad never set foot on our shores, robbed- our commerce, kidnapped our seamen, or done us any harm, and yethow our ships held them tb account!! Hull and Decatur, Perry and M'Donough, w«ro' \ no _beter than Antimasons: they punished ' the innocent and the guil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

MASONIC MURDER We have just received a letter froip Alabama, detailing one of the grossest outrages that has ever disgraced the country. Although bearing all the marks of authenticity, the transactions are too shocking for belief. We give place to the account, but must at the same time wish for further confirmation of the statement, before, we can place confidence in it. We scarcely can believe that men would be so infatuated, so blind to their own destruction. If it be true, however, and if such flagrant acts as this, does not seal the fate of masonry—if it does not ca'ise every man in this country to rise up and crush this hell-born order _^ there ja then~renrro"rervirtue iti the people. The particulars, which are as follows, are f iven by ah eye-witness, to the transactions ' . >o-gentlemen f named _ROBERTA. _liTV INGSTO?r, and ISAAC, R, THACKARA, were appointed _Managers of the general election in Autaug_^fcounty. Ttiey were antimasons and tJfe _antimasonic paffy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

PROSCRIPTION! PERSECUTION!! Aritl-Masoriic _' proscfiplioir _Tunf persecution, (_sayB the West-Chester Register,) is tho burthen of the song with the defenders of Free-Masonry. Instead of turning upon their accusers and refuting by fair argument, tho charges which are made against them, these "sons of light" content themselves with piteous appeals to the public to preserve them from Anti-Masonic proscription and persecution. It may bo proper to inquire whether any grounds really exist for their reiterated complaints; or whether those by whom they are made are not conscious of their non-existence, and only prefer them to obtain if possible the sympathies of the people in their behalf. If masons can succeed by a species of _stratagcin to enlist the public pity in their favor, they will accomplish their ends by a much easier process, than any oilier which could be devised by tho _moKt intelligent of the emit They cannot resort to the ordinary modos pursued by other _association t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

JL VALUABLE FARBZ FOR SALE. The subscriber ofters, at private sale, his V _JUuU JL»l»^i _F _AJaiNi, Situate in Liberty township, Adams county, Pa., about 2 miles west of Waigley's Tavern, ou the Turnpike road leading from Baltimore to Wayncsboro'—14 miles from Gettysburg and 8 from _Emmittsburg. The FARM contains 23© .feres of J8§?§! PATENTED LAND; _WM About 100 Acres of which is_— _JLto_*. WOOD LAND, and th,e remainder cleared and in a good 9tate of cultivation; and 1Q0 Acres of the latter could easily be made into _excellent well-watered Meadow. Tlie improvements consist of a new a3 STORY HOUSE well finished, with an excellent Spring of___WaLcr_^L_:ihe_a5_QfeS Spring-house, Barn, and all other necessary out-buildings.' There is also a good8AW _MXliJU _onthiBferai _i_^ _^-, JEhftt makes tlu s a desi rable property to purchasers i»r tliat its situation is well adapted-for the Erection of ah extensive _ato^__y«r_«i,i ;JW«fill_^r||f v (BarliaJn'3 Grain always to'b_^had,) or an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

THOMAS STEPHENS Will be offered for sale at public vendue, On Saturday the \5tli of October next, on the premises, at 1 o'clock, P. M. thai va-Ivable ' property, late the estate of John Stepfuns, 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 VALUABLE PROPERTY rORSAXE_. » | 2 Tenant Houses, with Stables, a fiaselsgfcbank 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 "CffiSSfe. APfLE ORCHARDS—Vtm one of which is young, bearing ¦ ]_f^^ and thriving; and a great number _4m¦*^_k - of Peach trees. The FACTORY HOUSEisatwo-sfory STONE BUILDING, seventy-five feet long—which contains the Fulling Mill and all the other necessary machinery-r-a good stone Dye Shop_^convenient. The Stream jr_^q r_^ :_Tnid:sland_1ng_\..--_V--~%~--"----" ---...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

/what docs _Aiitl«MaflOJiry contend tor-t- \ It contends for freedom of opinion, which Masonry labors to destroy. It contends for freedom of speech, which the mystic Ordor-ig even now determined to oppose ; Anli-Masons contend for tho privilege of writing and publishing their opinions on eve_'ry subject under Heaven, against which " Masonry demurs; they claim the privilege of examining and participating in all tho measures and policies of State and Nation, which Masonry assumes to hersolf; they claim tho fight to investigate and inquire into the principles and objects of "all associations and combinations under _wliaje_^r _j_^u_^bJe __pjTqigxt,_^..wliich. " tlio _'_^ariclenrand honorable" Order most specially prohibits; thoy contend "for the" unqualified freedom of the Press, which Masonry shackles and renders mum; they fight for liberty and life, which the dologated authorities of the Order has violently usurped; and last though _firtt, they contend frfr the purity of the erm...

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