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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

LIST OF ACTS OF/fCONGRESS, Pasted at tbo second Session _Bf__the Twonty-flrst _Congresg, which terminatod on tho 3d day of March, 1831, (thoso of a private nature being; . omitted.) An Act for the relief of James Monroe. For thj-j-elief of certain Insolvent Debtors to lie _ihmTSlates. . y To regulate tho foreign and coasting' tradb on the _Northora and Northwester_^frontiers of tho United States, and for other _mfrposes. To ascertain and mark-The line between the State of Alabama and tho Territory of FJorida, and for other purposes.' - - To authorise the extension, construction, and ate of* lateral branch of the Baltimore and Ohio fiail-road into and within' '\c _District of Columbia. For making _npproprialions for the support of _Government _ibr the yeur 1831. For making _appropriations for tho _Vaval set-*ico of t'.ie United Slates for\ho year 1831. For making appropriations for tho 'Military •oryic* for the year 1831. To authorise _tho Secretary of War to purchase an additi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

. eONGRESSfOFAt. CLOSE. OF THE SESSION. Fbid_^y, March 4. Tb_« T«»nty-first Congress, v_. -as closed; by tho adjournment of the two Houses last erening, between 7 and 8 o'clock. By a suspension of thc. ' oint ruk which forbids the presentation c' ' iny bill to the President for his approbation, oh the last iky of the session, several additional bills were finally _acted on and became laws.— Tni9 was .the more gratifying, as some of then provided for private claims.. The President approved and -signed all the bills which were presented to him, although a rumour prevailed, in the afternoon Chat one or two embracing Internal Improvements, would not bo. approved. Both Houses took a recess from 4 to 6 o'- clock_. The Senate was engaged the greater part ef the day in the consideration of Executive business. Some of the appointments were confirmed. In the course of the day, some highly interesting ' questions were presented-in relation to transactions in the General Post Oiliee depar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

the open, politicals foes, must bo treated as the real abettor* of secret societies. Let there' be no timid wavering; 1_^ fear of expressing our senti ments. _•Lot every hortost man do his duty and freemason-W, with all it* boasted power, will _trembla and fall before the frown of freedom. I The pretensions of Freemasonry to KcpuBlicanism, and her high _claunMa antiquity, _Morality and religion, (says the. Cooperstown, N./Y. Toepin,) will bo tested and tricfl at the Peop le_^ Hig h Court of Impeachment—the Ballot Boxes. If sho can ' come before _tliit _McITHr_^bunal, and wash hor hands of the charges which this cominiinity ;has preferred against her: perjury", for-: gsrv and murder—if she can oxplain to tho satjstacUbuoftliis court, the consistency of REP17BLICAwGrand Kings and Most Worshipful Masters thehK we sayi let lier acquittal bo pronounced by the uhitod voice of a Republican people. Hut if, on tho _contrary, she quails boforo investigation, and her _advocates and counsel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

E LADY'S BOOK _attELOW_^arc thc gEmtenishments and a ¦*_-• part of the _Contents of the Lady's Book for January _^_and February, and also the conditions of the ssirto. Persons desirous of examining those numbers, can do so by calling at the Star _offiefc. JANUARY NUMBEJfc_. EMBELLISHMENTS.—-PluiadelplH* Tubiontt{HapdtomtlyCchnrtd.y - ThoCahinslCouncil.: T\vb Subj'ctR of Embroidery. Calico Print Works at Cot.,;yvilln. A Spanish Damp. _CadoraK _^_. Monnraont at West Point. Two Popular English. _liT Song*, set to Music. Two French MedaJ*. CONTENTS.-_^-Philndolphio Fashions for Jan , 1831—a description of the prevailing modes, accompanied by a spirited Engraving,.. (Coloured.) English and French do. for Jan. 183 * 1. The Heart —an ori gional Tale. Lady Lucy's Petition, an Historical feet. Tho Cabinet Councils, or How to make a Lady's Book, with a beautiful Engraving. A Story of tho Shay's War, an AmoricnTilo—hy tho author of Hope Leslie. Embroidery—em y s bollislicd with two targe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

THE CONSTELLATION, -A--i_»i>ef- . -«!eYoted~ to light Litornturn, EilteTtaining Miscellmij-,and tho Spirit of the Times. rt'OLISHED _WHKKLV, IN THE _CITV OF _WEW TORK, __AT, TH REK _DO_LL AltS__iER_ AXA'UA£. — rffilllS Publication has non"t>acn establish-•*• e'd more than a year, and tho object's proposed and the course pursued are too well -known to require a word from us on that subject. Our onl y design at present _js to solicit that increase of patronage which wo trut our work deserves, and which we shall continue" our _eTKfcavors to merit. Testimonials in favor of the _Coxstei.i-ation are datfy returning upon us, in the shape of numberless request' s for exchange from our brothers of the ;>_rcsp, in flattering notices of-its quality, and copious extracts from its pages. But with alLthose demonstrations of regard which tlcfight the, car and plcasa the eye, some more tangible proof of admiration—a proof which especially commends itself to the sense of feeli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

From tho Baltimore Patriot of Saturday last. RALTIMORE MARKET. FLOUR, Howardlst.—The supplies continue to como in freely, arid the aggregate receipts of tho weeft, _notwithstanding the bad condition of the roads, aro but a small fraction less than the last. On Friday last, nftor our Report was-closcd, snlcs of dbdut 3001) brio, were made from stores at 86 _J75 per brl. The Liverpool accounts to the 2d February, published on Monday last, and tho adrices of tho advance in the eastern markets, canned a further improvement here, but the unsettled stato of tho market prevented extensive transactions On Wednesday sales from stores were made at G 62_J per brl. • Or. Thursday sales wer« nlso mado at tho same rate, and in some instances at G 56_J. On tho same-day a parcel _lOUObrls. a portion of which was favorite brands, was tso\d at 6 75. _Tft _j day several parcels _hnve been sold at G G2.J per _brlNlsrtf olhcrs may be had at tTfb _somo _ralo. Some holder?, liowevor, refuse to sell ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

gROCEAagAggoar. WHEREAS tho lion- _Jonx _Rinp_, Esq. _President of the several CourtH of Common Pldyi f in the counties composing the Njrtlli district, and Justice of tho Cour' s pfOyer and _Termtncr, Ptid General Jaii _delivery, for the trial of _alf capital auJ _otjitfr offenders in t- _; said District—and v_\:;_jxh ShefferandMiiltam M'Cleas,-E.«q's Judges of the Courrfof Common Fleas, and Justices of tho Courts of Oyer and Tcrmir.or, an_^ General Jail Delivery, fof the trinl of all capital and other offenders in the County of Adamf—have issued their precept, Iwaritig dr.te the 27th day of Janiiary. in the year of our L rd cne thousand eight hundred nnd _thirty, and to in direct* ed, for holding a Court _ofCcihmon _Pleaa_, and General. Quart or Sessions of the Peace, and _General Jail Delivery, nnd Court of •Over and Terminer, at _Gettysburg, On Monday the _2~ _>th day of April next, .4/10 o'clock, A ' . M. , Notice is hereby Given, To all the Justices cfthc Peace, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

WAFER & SU«AR BOXES, _XEST I5OXES AND _BARREL, COVERS," 30000 cane, suitable for reed makor»x 500 nost sugar boxes \ 500 barrel and _Iialf barrel covers _\ _. SPINNING WHEELSX Wa*\i Boards _Cnndio wick - \ Lamp wicks Baskets and brualin* _Sugar _lioxqs/; Fishing lines Weave™' _rcr_. 'j Brush _liandlcs * REEDS AND SHUTTLES, _Siftcrn and strainers Fishing rods /—^\ •_Sliovels and twino Butler prints y \ Clotlio pi:-is- . Bellows nnd spiggota _WILTXJW DA8KET<^_AHRIAGES, _Jled cords Fishing hooks • I'loujrh lines , Marbles and tops Shoo Uushcs " Lemon _Hqueciers <¦ Weavers' bruflhes . MARKET AND FANCY BASKETS, Rolling: pin8 Shoe blacking Potaloc _roashora Butter trays, _epoorci &n<l _Afuddlers pad-'iea 'i'owoj roller* Trenchers * r Wasli and cake boards _Cmbbing & cabbage hots Tubs and butter bowls. The above articles arc oiTored for sale, on reasonable terms, by VALERIUS DUKFslIART, No. 101_J, Baltimore between South &Calvcit s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

HJ" A NO.UrXATIOV. In order that _tho " Union, the whole Union, . _ANO NOTHING JIL'T Tim U.MON_, SHOUT.!) BK rREKRRVkd"Free—that _ai.i. ARISTOCRATIC GRAND KlXGSond HIGH _PRIKSTiS should bo reduced to a levkl with REPUBLICANS, we will vupport, for tho Presidency, , J&HJfM'LEANy / Of Ohio—and for the Vico-Prosidehcj_% -FRANCIS GRANGER, Of New-Vork—should they be _nominated by the National Convention wiiich _meet_^ in L_' altimorc nc-xt Seplcmbor—which _selection we hope will be mado. They are good men_/uid true Republicans.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

1 or 2OO TAR CANS WAXTEU T»Y /' VALERIUS _DtXKEHA RT » No 101 i BaUimort.it/, _Bahimote. City. pd mo. l_^th,4_^."H._* -f- —-f—1_£=49 _SUPERIOR Boot _and^[toc _ik _gRiri_^ _^ Long and Short Brush Handler. Hummiag-Tops, «fcc.—For sale by VALERIUS _DUKEHART, Ab. 101J Baltimore_^., Baltiniort City. fiultimorc, 3d me. I6th, 1831* 49

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

Y: M. S. COBEAN, PriKRrr ROLLING PINS. Lemon Fquec7_ers, Potato_^ Mashers n id Meddlers—For sale by VALERIUS _DUFSUAUT, - .- _JVo. _101_J Batiimort-tt., Baltimore City. _^rf moJfitii 1831.* 4*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

r ANTI-MASONIC STAR, _REPUBLICAN _BANNElfc* GETTYSBURG, PA. _WEDNESDAY, MAHCII 10,1831.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

THE POOR HOUSE ACCOUNTS. ¦ - - ¦ • ' _¦: & ¦ ¦ JOBlIK _«.. _flV_^_TLia _it _SO_^, TREASURER, In account with the Directors of the Poor, and of the House of Employment of Adams County. _lft_^O. (¦/ DR. . • - , - Dolls. Cts. To _CommissioncrsiOrders on Win, S. Cobean, _Treos. 4*^50 00 Cash received _tf Mi><?alprerrorin bill, ' 1 3 _* Balanco duo Jo&rliHvfTherson, 46 24f V 8 4297 58? i CR. Dolls. Cts. By balanco last settlement, 2 40_^ By cash paid on sundry orders for the support of ) _^_no 17 out-door Paupers and funeral expenses, _J Stock- CaUle-for-1829 and '30, • 120_^0 J. McCullough for Horse, ' , ...87 00 John Pfoutz for Fulling and Carding, , 33 :20 _. Jxjhn _StephcasoaibxJGxQcerics, _'_. _! 87 - 12 Flour, Merchandize and Groceries, (including i 329 71 baiancc¥"df. 'last''.year * s "_billa,)' >... *" ._ Hirelings' wages, _, 156 25 M. Clarkson, for Hardware and Sheep, 73 38 Stindrj- persons, for Grain and Flour, " _~ 289 42 Vegetables...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

MISCELLANEOUS. _Jmrni the NW-Yofk. Constellation. Stage-Coach Recollections. Mr. Editor—Were you ever crowded into a stago-coaCh, along with fourteen'passengers, and fifteen band-boxes ? I dare say you have been.; But no matter. Such a situation is not the most comfortable in the world; but it is cert_^nly oho of trio most sociable. Being in such close quarters, you aro obliged to converse_^-wlictheryou will or ik); and in proportion as your limbs are shortened and your body contracted, your Tongue is apt to bo lengthened _afiilTyour jaws distended. .-..'- ,- I was last summer on a journey_^nto the country, and the stage-coach ¦ was. filled nearlj id bursting. There was as great a diversity of pharacter as,could well be mingled .together in tho sime space. But among those who particularly attracted my attention, was a young married' gentleman, a merchant of _ttyis city, accompanied by a_/i infant child in the lap of a Scotch nurse; an inquisitive, country-looking man; a city b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

' SIGN OF DISTRESS." _ATarnwar1 ttiiho northern part of Franklin county, * while in th_« woods in search of some strayed cattle, was attacked by a large wild-cat, rendered fierce and bold by a raging appetite, which tire deep snow forbid being supplied. The man in aparoxism-of fear, fell upon his knees, and gave the " grand hailing sign of distress," by raising_^ his hands above his head. The suddenness of _hisjnovement or some other cause, induced the wild-cat40 draw back, settle upon her haunches, throw up her paws, and set grinning and glaring before him, in exact imitation of his posture. In this situation both the quadruped and the biped remained until a neighbor who had accompanied the man, and had fallen hehindVcame up, when the cat retired, leaving the affrighted man to collect his scattered _sertses, and thank masonry for inventiirg_^a c,harm so potent as to tame even tho ferocity .of ravenous wild beasts. v , HOLDING ONE'S OWN. Tom Hobb3 was not loss fond of indulgin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

JUST PUBLISHED THE FErniUARW- NUMBER of the New Series of UioCAS1CK'I>ob Gems op _Literaturk, Wit _andJSkntiment, oraWMshedwith a splendid _Engraving and several wood- _cSteTas follows: A beautiful Portrait of Washington; a _Purtrait of Ti/_hdthy Matlackj a cut _representing St. Augus tine's Church, Philadel phia; another representing the mode of worship among the Shakers; on engraving of tho Socond Unitarian €'/mrchr Now York; and a representation of the recent Eclipse. Also, a no or and popular Sorig, callod "Ellen, you told me t'other day," sot to music—and an illustration of trie School of Flora, Scarlet _Robo Balm. The pulishor believes tho present number" will bb (bund in no particular, inferior to that publiuhed in.January,-which commenced a now and-imjirove .d series of Alia Casket, but rather superior in point of interest. It is his intention to make tha publication every way worthy the liberal patronage it is constantly receiving. An elcgnnt scripture piece—TH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

NorriCE TIIL subscriber, having disposed of his - whole stock to Mr. Samuel S. Me-Crcary, is about declining business, and wishing to settle up his concerns in as short a-time #s possible, he therefore earnestly requests all persons indebted to him Cither by NOTE or BOOK ACCOUNT, or otherwise, to oall and settle tho same.— Those that owe him TRADE ot any kind, will please deliver tlie same without delav. Those who owe him on Book Account and have not tho money to _pwy, will save costs by calling and giving their notes for the amount immediately. ' . _,0_t!7"All persons owing the subscriber, and failing to call and Settle" before the 1st day of April next, may, after that time, e.\|>cct his claims agaiiM them to be put in suit, without respect to persons. JAMES A. THOMPSON. January 12, 1831. tT—40

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

tratt-*KW_*K»* -~ " EB AN AWAY from Hagerstown about ¦*•*¦ ' a month ago, a negro woman named LETT Y, "*! Aged 40—has projecting teeth ; and a sedlow, wild, unhealthy look; much addicted to intemperance; and is partially deranged when drunk—has a dresS of new crossbar -• linsey. She was decoyed away by hqr husband; who is a short, bandy legged old man, with ft sore mouth and a high forehead-— loves whiskey. 826 will be given for information respeotjng them. / _^_-> _, J. REYNOLDSl. _Hagoretc/wn, Feb. l—{9] 8t— 44

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

""""HI^__gQET R^» V SONG. -; • ¦ * ' DT l.Al'RA _PEIICT. I'll wreathe, . IjU . wreathe_a.lovely bower, . Wlth"_[MpMom8_'of* tEirBprin{jr; ~~ And ovury bright and _bsauteous flower, To _£em the spot, I'll bring ; I'll _brinff, I'll bring tho liVlit gutlar, ¦ To itrike upon tho spotr; My melody, shall _souiid/ufar, Its ay—F_«rgct. me/hot! . My la Jy.lovo _»hairhej),Ltho notes, That float upon the air- And era my lipspwy"find (he song, She _^_ULfilMfwill be there_. And oh! her lmllowed form-divine, Will sanctify the spot; And as the floral \vroath we twine, We'll sing—Forget mo not!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 16 March 1831

O C_^VXTS _raE WAJVD g> AN A\YA\ from the subscriber liv--™-_^ ing in Woodstock, Shcnandoaja county, Va. _' -some time in December last, HENRY SAURBAUGII_* an indentcd'apprcntico to the Saddle-tree-Plating business, lie is now, f behove, in or near Gettysburg, Adams county, Pa. I hereby caution all persons from crediting, harboring, or employing said apprentice—for, as he absents himself from me without any just cause-, I will positively prosecute all those who may, in defiance of this notice, credit, harbor or employ, him. The above reward will be paid for his delivery. JACOB HOUSE. February 9,1830. • 4t—44

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