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

&ZtM>_V_®_&£_4) in said town, known as No. 3, with a Hint'' ter's Shop, now ia the occupancy of Mr* Jonas HartzelL

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

THEVOVJYG MMRItlOKS Extract of a Lotter from Michigan, "For the substantial accuracy of the following story I can truly vouch. One of the parties is intimately known to me. The tragic scene, while it affords a new developement of the individual sufferings and horrors incident to war * especially to .border wars, discloses traits of youthful courage and pre-*8ence _<_&_£ mind eminently., worthy of public jcecord*.— Towards the close of the late war with Great Britain, in 1813 or 1814, when the American arms had been so far victorious as to alarm and intimidate the Indians on these frontiers, they acceded to a proposition to meet American commissioners at Greenville, in Ohio, for the purpose of making a treaty of peace and of cession and indemnities* The British authorities in Canada, learning the intelligence ofthis contemplated convention, became anxious to prevent as many of the tribes disposed to attend it as possible from doing so. For this purpose of tb_^H...

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

General Election will be held in the said County, on the (_JJ°Second Tuesday in October next, (the 11th day,) at the several Districts, composed of the following Townships, viz: In the First District, composed of the borough of Gettysburg, and the township of Cumberland, at the Court-house in Gettysburg. In the Second District, composed of the townshipof Germany, at the holise nowoccupied by Mr. Bishop, in the town of Petersburg, m the township of Germany. In the Third District, composed of the township of Berwick, and that part of the township of Mountpleasant, lying east and north of a public road leading from the farm formerly occupied by Georg _' e Lashells, to Dellone's Mill, at the house of Francis Hildt, in the town of Oxford. In the Fourth District, composed of the townships ofHuntington and Latimore, at the house of Thomas Reed, ir_^ the towmjfPsteTsburg ~ruTthe township of Huntiiigton. In the Fifth District, composed of the townships of Hamiltonban and Liberty, at ...

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

AGES OF GREAT MEN. The appointment of Mr. S. T-Masox tobe acting'govcrnor of Michigan, _ayhe age of 20, has excited much animadversion. It is not intended to justify it; but the fact suggests a reflection that many of our great men have held very elevated places at an age much less advanced than we are apt to suppose. Lafayette, at twenty years of age, was Major General in the American army.— _Kjvox was at the same time of equal rank, and a veiy efficient leader at twenty-seven; Greene, the hero of the southern war, was a Major General at thirty-six;-Wayne was at-thairtiirie- thtrtyHwo; Wilkinson was a Brigadier General at twenty; Reed was abput thirty-six; Mifflin thirty-two; Hamilton, a Colonel, but in the meridian of fame and usefulness, at twenty-one; Schuylbr was forty-five, and Washi:*gton was of that age only when appointed Commanderin-Chief. The greater part of the Members of Congress of 1776, were young men.— Adams, Jefferson, Chase, Rush, and many others of the. revo...

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

BICKNELL'S REPORTER, CouiUcrfclt . Detactor t and Price Current. THE puTiTii_^oroFtiTiH'jcMrnaFHaving beeh-sol_»_- citnd by a large _' number of his patrons to issue tho "Roporlor" weekly, has, in _consequenco, made such _arritngoinonts as will enable him to comply with thoir. wishes after the 31st. fit'Jul y iii_^,.on. .... which date tho first year of this publication will bo completed. Wo feel grateful to- the public for the liberal pfatronngo awarded us,,(having now a mbroextensive circulation than any other newspaper in the United Slates,) and _slmll leavo no measure utirosortedto, in order torondor this journal _valuable in all _respocts r not only to merchantsbanking in-Blitutions, brokers,und keepers of hotels, buftotUo community in general.-. We havo engagod_^tie Hierary assistance of several gentlomen wolllinown . as-writefs, and havo cbrrospondonts in _nlUhe principal cities and towns in tho United States.. Waul so receive weekly mote than five hundred _noyfB_^ pape...

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

_ujvion_^^_iniv _MiagerS'Toicn, Jflarylarijl. _rH_^HE un dersigned, 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, ¦ _ttftnated on the South West corner of'the Pub ' lic Square. The situation is certainty the most ' desirable ' in the place, being directly in the centre at business. The liouse is largo and cominodiops, having a spacious back building,,with well furnished, airy and eonvenicnt rooms, for ' the accommodation of the _travelling order. Families can be accommodated with private rooms, and every thing necessary for their .convenience. His WAR at all times supplied with the best and choicest Liquors; and his TABLE provided with a superabundance of every thing which tho markets aftbrd. His STABLE (sufficiently large enotigh for 60 horses) " w_,pj| attended by a careful and experienced hostler, and provided with provender of everv kind. Persons stopp...

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

ji ®®w&w_®_wmsK> IT WILUASI LBGOET. If those bright orbs that gem the night, Be each a blissful dwelling sphere, ' Where kindred spirits re-unite Whom fate hath torn Blunder hare—Row sweet it wore _«t once to die, - And tare this dreary world afar—Meet soul and soul, and cleave tho sky, ~_"~AHd Mfcfaway from slur tb""slarJ Bat oh! how dark!, and drear and Ions, Would n6em tho brightest world of bliss, If, wandering thiough each radiant ono, Wo tail to meet the loved of _vliis • If there no more those ties could twine, ' Which death alone had power to sever, Those stars would then in mockery shine Mont hateful—as they shine forever! It cannot bet each hopo and fear That lights the eye, or clouds tho brow, Proclaims them is a happier sphere . Than the bleak world which claims us now; There is a voice, by sorrow heard, When heaviest wei _g hs life's galling chain, That voice fa the Almighty's word ! "The pure- in heart shall meet again."

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

A Gentian *dnti-,Jftasonic ALMANAC, ¦ FOR THE * YEAR 1832, _ITHHIS ALMANAC iehandsomely pvint--_~ ed . oa good paper, with new" and neat tvpeji _wd contains forty-eight large octavo page_* ofletter-press. ' It comprises historical notices of Freemasonry, and expositions of its character and .tendency in_^_jt social, religious r .inoialfind political point of view; an explanation of the system'of symbolical rtrasonryr with extracts from the obligations and a brief _doeerifition of the ceremonies of each degree, illustrated by Has just been published at, Lancaster,Jlo*?tiy S, WAGWR, Editor if the Examiner. ' •

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

Advertise men t s :?!_&©(_DIL _£Mi_^2OT_< —— ¦ ¦ ~~~ _^_k WHEREAS, in and by _£h Act of the General Assembly ofthis Stnte, entitled "An Act to regulate the General Elections of this Commonwealth," enacted on the fifteenth day of February, 1796, it is enjoined on me to' g ive Public Notice of such Election to be held, and to enumerate in such Notice what Officers are to be elected: I, William S. Cobban, SherifTof the County of Adams, do therefore hereby make known, and give this PUBLIC NOTICE to the Electors of the saitf County of Adams, that a.

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

NOTICE. BALTZER SNYDER A LL perspns indebted, either by bond, ¦^™- note, or book account, to the late mercantile firm of JOHN $ JESSE HOUCK, of Hunterstown—and also those _indebted in the same manner to JOHN HOUCK, of the same place, are requested to come forward and settle " with""THe'_subscfn ber, to whom the accounts have been transferred, On or before the FIRST DA Y OF _OCTOBER -NE_£_~F--&lier-whiclr time; no indulgence can be given. _Iicidlorsburg, Tyrono Town- ( ship, A\urusl 3Ot 1831. . < 4w—21

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

_tfIffTY=ffIVB ."WOODOtTTS and a variety of information relating to Secret Societies; besides the usual _astronomic _CaJ calculations _^ &c. &c. Price—Ten dollars, per gross.. ' One dollkr,,per dozen. — ?1 Single eopiesy 12 _J eents* _„ (KJr'Orders, accompanied -withl cash or satisfactory references, will be promptly 84_^ tend to. ;-. : ' ~ > ¦ ; : ' Lancaster,, August S3, lj$91.. .'\ ¦ • ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦\ ' ' -:¦¦ ¦ ' v V "\ •¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ .. \v _" _-_^y .¦ -• . ¦ • ¦ . •A v w_.

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

TO MY CREDITORS. _rj _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 September next, for the hearing of me and iny creditors, at the Court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, wlvere you may attend if you think proper* JOHN LOOP. August 30,1831. 4w—21

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

CAUTION. W GAVE a note to John _Hersh, of Adams ¦_"• county, Pa.dated 21sf _AJarctis 1831, for §200, payable in six months.- The consideration of the note has failed, and not been complied with by John Hersb, and therefore I am not liable to pay and _sImiU not pay the same. All persons are cautioned against taking on assignment of said note from said John Hersh or any other person. BENJAMIN SELDOMRIDGE. Lancaster, August 9,1831. St 18

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

_NOTICE JACOB HERRAT0R, > „ , ^~» ¦*¦•» s-\ ¦-_» f>t T-i _*-_» ¦x r -w_^ r\ i~_9 . ¦ r M-A X _TS "* " ALL persons having claims against the estate of DAVID BYERS_, deceased, are _requested to present _theirjj properly nutKentTcated .for settlement—and those indebted, are also requested to call and disB charge the same without delay. GEORGE BYERS, $ • September 6, 1831. Al—22

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

DOCT. S. M. TUDOR _^kFFERS _Profeisional services to the • _*-_* public generally, and can always be found at his father's residence , at the house formerly _trccupied by_^Jsmes" TfforrTsson, within one mile and a half of Hampton. Fair Mount, June 14, 1831. ¦ jf-—10

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

- _gaia _q &bs&skdo . i» Wilk _tweetut _fioiatn tnrich'd Frtm various garden* ettll'd _leitk<are.tr

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

CUMBERXA1_NTD INN The undersigned Fespectfull y makes known to the public, THAT HE HAS TAKEN THAT WELL KNOWN ¦ _Sik_^rTOSjI_^_OTiJEnDfl Situate at the south end of _Gettysburgj_^on rl5e"Battirnofe turnpirte, culled the " CUM_^ BERLAND INN," where . Travellers, Drovers, Wagoners, die. 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. HARBAUGII. May 24, 1831. tf—7 . -: ,, ~

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

LOOK AT THIS! _JTggp_' lT'ORTHE LAST TIME! 1_£s_3ef I call on all those indebted to me, either by bond, note _' or book account, to come forward and make settlement I this notice has no more effect than _*ny for mer notice, those ind _e bted will have to make settlement with persons who will add COSTS to their visits. JAMES A. THOMPSON. April 27,1831. . tf-—2-*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 September 1831

MR. ADAMS' _IiETTTER. _ICTThe following letter (says the Boston Free Press) from JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, explains the views of his illustrious father and of himself, oitbe: subject of Freemasonry. It was written in .r<^|yA^»«iotB from our correspondent, who is roviewing Mr. Shoppard'_u Dofonce of the Masonic iln_^tifution—Mr. Sheppard claimed the elder Ad-<U_«9 ag a patron of tho Order _; and our correspondent took the liberty vf addressing Mr. Adams, asking for information on this point. QUINCY, 22d August, 1831. SiR—-The letter from my father to the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, which Mr. Sheppard has thought proper to introduce -into his address, was a complimentary answer to a friendly and patriotic address of the Grand Lodge to him. In it he expressly states that he had never been initiated in the order. He-therefore knew nothing of their Secrets , iheir_^_Oatht, nor their Penaltiesi Far less had their_^practical operation been revealed_^'by the muraer of _^ Will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 September 1831

ALSO—ON THE SAME DAY A TRACT OF Containing about 130 Acres, lying part in York and part in Adams couuties, with a bank Barn thereon; Beaver creek runs thro' said tract. Also, LOTS in the vicinity of said town,to suit purchasers. Also—A TRACT OF LAND, Lying in Hamilton township, Adams county, adjoining lands of John Wolf, Henry Stock, and others, containing about 56 Acres—about 20 acres of which is thriving Timber; Piny-run _creejc passes_> throughitj —ALSO—2 Tracts of Pigeon Hill Land, Containing about 50 Acres each—either divided or undivided, to suit.purchasers.— One tract is about 2 miles from Abbottstown ; the other, 3 from Abbottstown and 3 from Hanovor—the Hanover and Berlin Turnpike road passes through it. _Ot_^All Patontod Laud. . ' . —.. ~--; *^< _^V_^ —ALSO— ' in said town, known as No. 3, with a Hatter's Shop, now in _the _^ occupancy of Mr. Jonas Hartzell. - _\ Also, A Lot with a StoneJSmith-Shop thereon; and several other tots adjoining said to...

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