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

COMCiM-JfMUUJYG, A*e 1 _2) WM i-s _AffWSa Respectfully infoFms the public that he has _^ removeil- to his JVeu? Shop in Chambershurg Street, a few . .. . doors West of the Court House, _WHEJMJ HE IS PRKRAKED TO JflatcefTrim , and, Repair <c®m_®mm OF EVERY DESCRIPTION , —ALSO— BRIDLES, SADDLE-BAGS, Portmanteaus, Harness, Trunks, and every other article in his. line of business _» with neatness, durability and despatch. He returns hist hanks for past encouragement, and shall endeavor to merit a continuance of the same. ' ' July 26,1831. - k tf—16

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

BOUSE fSl & LOT FOR _is&BSk _SAFJR. The subscriber will sell, at private sale,her Situate Ui Mountpleasant township, Adams Bounty, Pa. adjoining lands of Samuel Hof£ man, Anthony Smith, arid others. Th& LOT contains Ten Acres of Land, » part of which^* ' WOOD I*AND_^ Th ere - is also_^_goodj MEADOW and a fine ORCHAJtt_^rt_^_S_; Lot. The- tenant _^ill •How the property to any person wishing to purchase_^, and _forterms, which vwllbe reaapnabje, apply to* the subscribeiHttt New Oxford. ' ¦ . . -. ¦:;" ; ¦ r _' _ , . _, 7 _' -; " -. ELIZABETH S&EEfelNGERV August 80,, 1831._! _" 4wi-i2l

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

_BLA._TS_* _HVTS_1 » The subscriber takes this opportunity L of informing his friends& the public in general, THAT HE HAS COMMENCED THE HATTING BUSI- _^_T_^ NESS, j/ /•» Carlisle street, a few doors from K_^_gJca Mr. Wm. MpClellandy _s Hotel, Where he intends to carry on pretty extensively. He assures those who may patronise him, that his work will be done as well, and on as reasonable' terms, as at any other establishment. He hopes by strict attention to business, and good work, to please the public and receive a liberal patronage. WILLIAM W. PAXTON. September 6", 1831. 4w—22 N. B. O_^rAll kinds of Country Produce will . be_tnken in uxchance-lbr-Hats_^

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

Half Tickets, One Dollar-rQuarters 50cts. TO BE HAD AT Offices, N. IV. corner of Baltimore and Cptvert, N. W. corner of Baltimore and Oay,NfE. corner of Baltimore and _CharleWits._^_x ETNVhere the highest prize A the recent State Lotteries has been ofloner sokMnan atany other offices ! ! ! , / 0*0rdors, oithoy by_^irtail (postpaid) or private conveyance, enclosing; the" cash for _priiop, will jmeettho same prompt and punctual attention, as if on _porsoiml application. Address to X JOHNCLARK _/ Lottery Vondor_, Baltimore. _September 6. 1831. . - W—22

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

TO MY CREDITORS _HpAKE N_^ICE, that IhaTeappijed tb •¦• . the; Jud ges of the Court of _€on*miarjf Pleas of Adam» county, for the benefit, of the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges h%ve appointed Tuesday ikgVtthcf Set-Umber next, for the'hearing of The and my creditorsr atthe Court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may aftindrf voa think proper, - r • BmJfAMIN. McCREARt_. _August 30 _^ 18Sl _^ ' ..'¦4«r-_*2_Tt ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' . ¦ : ' - ¦ ' .. ' ; • - . . _- . ¦ _' * V .. _" .. . . ¦ . . " ¦ . _- ¦ - . * ' ¦

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

MODE OF DRAWING. The Numbers will be put into one wheol as ugual—and in the othor will lie put the Prize? above ;;!_Lhe;dpMmIrifttion.Qf--S_^DQ^''JU 'l- - fl1_BIdrnwiug. to _procress in the usua_\ _majinjbr. Tho 10,000 _pmoB of $2.00 will be awarded _ty' tho Odd or Even Num. borsofthe Lottery, (as the caso may bo,) depend. ont on the'drawing _jdf the Capital Prize of Six Thbutand Dollars—that is to say, if the $0,000 prize should come out to an Odd Number, then every Odd Number in the Scheme will be entitled ioa-Pmeofii&O ' O; _tftho 6,000 dollar prize should corho out to an Evon Number, then all the Evon Numbers in the Scheme will be each entitled to a prize of $2.00.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

True Reformed Dutch Church, iff ' ¦ ' . AGAINST ' . ¦ • FREE-MASONRY. The annexed is an-extract _rrom> the'General Synod of trie True Reibrmed _fcutch Church,'at iU late-meeting in _flackemack, N. Y_, June 1,1831 , The .Committee W the subject of. Freemason(y_^ presented- two _wpotts, one signed by C. T.l)emare«t and J. G. _BrinKerhoB"; and the; other % John Dejoarest aa4,_Isa»<J • • ¦ ' ' ¦ ¦ *»-- -- ' , ' ¦ ¦' - **'¦» . ' • ¦ ¦ : - T^' - ' - ' . ¦ .,_*,._• ¦ \ - '¦ - • _, ¦ ¦ \ "" ¦ \ , -: . • . ¦ ¦ . v. "_* _- ..-.«. ¦ . __..J ¦ . ¦:¦ .:-*¦ -¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦ . J. Van Saun; the former of which wa _^adopted, and is as follows, viz: / _^ , The _Cbmriilttee on the subje.ct/_uf Freemasonry ask leave to report—* / Your Committee are aware, that the Masonic Institutions and Principles have lately attracted much _publir_^attention in this country; several .pamphlets and books on the subject, have beeli published, professing to reveal the _nature and tendency of its secr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

ODD 6c EVEN SYSTEM Maryland /State Lottery, .No. 7, fok 1831. To be drawn in Baltimore on THURS DA Y, the 29th instant. HIGHEST 1>RIZE, 6,000 _I>OJ;LARS _» schemk: 1 prize of $6,000 5 50 1 2,000 10 20 71 1,000 20 10 I 500 100 5 1 300 150 3 1 200 10000 ' 2 4 prizes of 8100

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

_Tii.innxi s STJEVEJirs AND DJMJYIEI_, _JfT. _StllTSER, Attorneys & Counsellors sit Law, HAVING entered into partnership, tender their professional services to the public. They may at all times bo consulted at the office of the former, in South Baltimore street, three doors from the Centre Square, where one of them will always be in attendance. September 6 * 1831. 4 t_^ 22

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS. ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE _iLt the solicitation of many of my friends I haVe _^ been induced to offer myself as a Candidate for the Assembly at the ensuing Eleclion-_^If the Public think proper to support me for the above office, it shall be _thankfullyTS?oeivGd by their humble servant. JOHN DICKSON. September 6,1 S31.x te—22

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

- OFFICE OF THE STAR,_v C _hahbebsbwbg Street, a. pew doobs West op Mr. Fohky's Tavern. _!-- ADVERTISEMENTS Canipl_^uously inserted four times for one _Botfc** P°r square—over four times, tw*mtt-fiti uurti per-flquttrfe-wiH btrchargwh ^~ '~ _. "rT~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

per annum—payable h_^lf yearly hi advance. •Sosubscriptions taken for fens thaVsijeinonthsftn_* none discontinued until all_^rrearajres are p»i«*r unless at the option of tU* Editor—and » fail***' to notify a _discontinuance will be considered a _^iaw-«nfag[«Merit^«»d-thfr-p»p_«r _Cwmudfi~*_& cordingly. / ._s .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

RENUNCIATION A late number of the Boston "Christiait Herald" contains the following renunci&tiott of freemasonry by the Rev. Mr. _Stbneat,, "Mr. Editor: Finding that I am named iff your paper, as an adherent to the Institutioil of Freemasonry, I take this method to _dis_« claim all connexion-with the Institution, and to give the assurance that I have long strong ly disapproved of it. J. T. STONE."'

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

_Wanted _InutteiHMtefy, . At this Omce _. attApprenticeto tbePrnf ting _Business. Ta » good-end iodus_^iou» Boy, I will give liberal _mducemeW** .- . -v? K,W.M1DPLE3_HEM_^

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

Gettj-«burg, _Septtmtoer 13, 1831. "BEWARE OF SECRET SOCIETIES!" ADAMS COUNTY AXTI-MASONIC / REPUBLICAN TICKET ASSEMBLY, / _m&ndretv *lliwjmall Jacob iCastiftt. COMMISSKDNER_,— John £,. &iibci'iMtor. / _Auditor, John JfM i KeHson. DIRECTOR OF THE POOR, ..f Janies *H . Thompson. " t _y _' . , xy

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

From Europe—Prospect of War! The Packet ship Columbia, Delano, at N. York from London, on Saturday, brings the N. Y. Commercial files of London papers to the 1st August;—being 8 days later than those by the Geo. Canning. Copious extracts will be found in our columns this _evening.... „< _« J __ The French _^ Chambera have assembled, and their sittings were opened by the King. The speech from the throne is lull of deciaion and energy. The attack upon the Peerage is not recommended. The Carlists and Republicans are severely threatened.— The fallen dynasty is referred to with affected indifference, but.with real apprehension. The King promises the new bills necessary' to complete the constitutk|nal monarchy, and hints at a general disarming. He states that a treaty of indemnity has been formed with the United- States, ' that Austria has evacuated the Papal States on his demand, that Belgium will hot belong to the Germanic confederation, and that the line of fortresses lo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

Delegate Meeting. At a meeting of the Delegates from the difterent townships, and the borough of Gettysburg, in the county of Adams, who were elected by the Democratic Republican party of said c&unty, "and all those who were opposed to the prescriptive and dangerous principles of political _Antimasonry"— convened at the Court-house of said county, on Saturday the 10th of September, 1831—the following Delegates appeared and took their seats, viz. Reading townships-John DeaTfdorff,; JacobBrugh. Latimore—Jacob Myers, John Himes. Conowugo-M&rtin Cluuk, Jacob Kohler. Borotigh-Joha B. Marsh, Jacob Ziegler. Menallen-Wm. Boycl, W. McGrew,Esq. Hamiltonban-l'mac Robinson _. _Eyq. Findley Blythe. Liberty—Abraham Kiise, D. Reiley. Straban—F. Gilleland, J. N. Graft. Franklin—Alex. Caldwell, N. Mark. Germany—Thos. Heims, John Kugler. Mountjoy—Jacob Diehl, sr. Peter Little. Hamilton-R. M. Hutchisson, J. Picking. ¦ Huntington—Jjevi Miller. (Daniel Fickes not being able to at...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

THREE £>AYS LATER Reported Victory of the Poles—14,000 Russians taken Prisoners, with Eighty Pieces of Cannon—Revolution in Italy. __By._thfi.arilval-oiLthe fast sailing._^_shi p Sampson, Capt. Cobb, the Editor of-the Courier & Enquirer have received London dates of the 3d of_^_Augustjuid l. Liverpool j)f _theTth, Both inclusive. The news is of the greatest importance, convoying aBitdoesVthe account of a spjendidLyictpry obtained* by the Poles over the Russians, in which they took 14,000 prisoners and eighty pieces _pf artillery. Also the-particulars of another Revolution inltaly_, and the-account of the Three Days in Paris. ** . _' ¦ ., ¦• ¦:. ' • ¦ -i>. The first _aceofmts of the glorious victory of the _Poles»_pui|i communicated by " the Government to the; People of Pans on the 29th of July; but it was subsequently rumoured that the victory was nothing more than the defeat of Rudiger's corps. Passengers however, afterwards arrived at Pans on the evenin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

VABIOUS MATTERS. MR. MONROE Thursday had been appointed by the authorities of Boston to pay funeral honors to the memory of the late James Monroe. The day was unfavorable, as it rained all the morning. A large concourse of citizens however, including the municipal and other officers, all the societies and the Governor and suite, moved in procession at 8 o'clock from the _SkatfrHouse under a military escort, to " the, Old South, where the funeral, service was read by the Rev. Mr. Doane, and an address was delivered by John Quincy Adams, which was listened to with deep attention,and. will soon be printed.—Baltimore Patriot. _^OUtHAMPTON—The insurrection m; _Southampton, Va. scums now to _befluell ed. ' The Southern, papers _conttntta to present details, hot we denot think it neces sary to repeat all that i» published _ojtK _^ the ttibjeet. . The |nurdeT©H9 excesses committad in Southampton appear to have been • ¦ - ¦ 'P-: V _¦ • ¦ ¦ _' - . \ '":. -- \-¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ _~ . . the re...

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