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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

TO BE HAD AT ' , ' CLARK'S, Offices, TV. TV. corner of Baltimore and Culvert, N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay, JV. E. cor. tier of Baltimore and Cliarhs._sis_. _CTYVhere tho highpbt _priste in tho recent State Lotteries has boon oftencr sold than at any other, offices ! ! ! (COrders, eithor-bj_; mail (postpaid) or private conveyance, enclosing tho cash for prize?, will meet tho snino prompt and punctual attention, as if on personal application. Address to JOHNCLARK, Lottery Vender, Baltimore. ; Septornber 6,1831. td—22

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

BATTAXiqyORDERS. rWlHB BATTALION OF TOLUNs -'M TEERS. composed of the Gettysburg Troop, Gettysburg Guards, Liberty * Riflemen .And Mountpleasant "Riflemen, will parade in the boro\»gf» of Gettysburg on Saturday _ikt 8th day of Oclobtrnext_, preciselyat IO o'clock, a. «* - * \. By brdes of the Major, ': A I. DAVirj, SCpTT, Adjutant. September 13,1881.* v *P"r:?1

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the subscriber , for the services of his horse, Columbus, for the last three seasons, are requested to-call and make payment on or before the1st of October next. 'Necessity compel* him to make this call; therefore, he hopes it will be attanded to.. - ¦/. ¦ . ¦ : . JOHN ASH. • September 13,1831. ^^ 4t~_gS

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

Pmimbleproperty FOR _SAlfc_. Will be offered for sale at public vendue, On Saturday the 15th, of October next, on the premises, at 1 o'clock, P. NT. that va luable property, late the estate of John Stephens, dee'd, known by the name of ih _% _^WhiWltim_^_fedrWcmttm _^rc tory, and Farm, Situate in Huntingdon township, Adams cbuntj_^_S_^HnilefrsouthofPetersburg_^ Yorh Sjmngs.) _/_Th« _improvemeriis are, a 2 story _^_t_^_Hll_^ Tjj||ffl»2 Tenant Houses, with _Stablea, a _SSBsSLuank Barn, (stone under and log above,) stone smoke-house and drying kiln under one, and stone spring-house, and fountain pump at tl;e back door; two _IffifiBSfe_. APPLE OROffARDS—^^^ one of which is _ygfting, bearing <®_WS_¥_' and thriving; and a great number —*¦¦*«¦- 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 convenient. ¦ The Stream is good and standing. , There ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

_VUHIiYG ' ._«:kl_^ Of Valuable Property* "Will be sold -at public_^ale, on the preroises, in Abbottstown, Adams county, Pa. On Mowlay~The 24th of October next, the following described Property, late the Estate _ofjFrederick Bavgher_, dee'd, viz:— AzsTORyiioijSEV_^^ With large back-buildings at- ff_^SS_^ tached, and a Lot—a large brick _[_liliBBp _ismk_~flarn, and an extensive—*aBdH6 im,44-._^J|rj njr|.._3r ., X .A _Ul IV _KjJXi X 5 with 2_^ Lots attached thereto. This property is well worth the consideration of Capitalists, as it is one of the first Tanneries in the two counties. It is supplied with water (by. a good water-right) from a never-failing stream running noaiit, und is situated in a good country for Bark, lying within _lj miles of the'"Pigeon Hills."—The Tannery is" large enough to contain 1200 hides; the buildings are. largo and convenient, and*all in good order Ibr carrying on the business. ALSO—ON THE SAME DAY A TRACT OF Containing about 130 Acres, lyin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

it wlwp&b <_a* _&<0ar~^ in said town, known as No. 3, _^vith a Hat- ter's Shop, now in the occupancy of Mr. Jonas Hartzell. Also, A Lot with a Stone Smith-Shop thereon; and several other Lots adjoining said town. OZr There will also be sold, SIX SHARES of York ami Gettysburg, and FOUR of Berlin and Hanover. TURNPIKE ROAD STOCK. —ALSO—On _Tuesday the 25th Oct., on the premises —— A TRACT --_~ jafflfe-OFLAID, _® Situate in Manheim township, _^Jm_^. York county, about 4 miles from Hanpver, adjoining lands of David Runkie; Christian Melheim r and others, containing about 38«5 _tUcres_; on which are erected, a _aovm , _JjinMllarge Barn, aftd all other necee. AgJMHfcsary improvementa, with an ex- tensive DISTIUERY. Qf this Tract, there are about 200 acres of excellent Timber: also a la/ge Orchard. —ALSO—On Wednesday the 26</t of October, IN GETTYSBURG, A Tract of_^MountainrLand ~~ . ._, _JjgdL good __ , ~

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

_EiDiUCiVTrtON DAVID M'MIIXAir respectful ly announces to the citizens of Gettysburg and; its vicinity, that he has removed his SCHOOL to West York street, a few doors from Mr. Newman's tavern, WHERK WILL BE TAUGHT Orthography, Reading, Writing, English ' . Grammar, Geography,, and all the principal branches of the .. . MATHEMATICS. Terms of _Juition made known on application at his _' &chool-room during the hours of school. ¦ * . _CCrReference, Wm ' .W.Bmx. September 20, 1831. 4w—24 . -

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

l_^_ffi_^_fc well finished, with an excellent Jii|flBB|Spring of. Water at the door—^^^^^^ Spring-house, Barn, and all other necessary out-buildings. There is also a goodSJLW Mll»l* on this farm. What makes this a desirable property to purchasers is, that its situation is well adapted for the erection of an extensive Tan-Yard, Distillery, (Bark and Grain always to'be had,) or any other undertaking wherein WATER is considered the principle desideratum. , —ALSO—1OO _JMcres of Patented JSfiBgL WOOD LAN l) ,W Adjoining the above Farm and _^_.J_^. Saw Mill—the TIMBER is well suited for all kinds of sawing—and will be sold either by itself, or with the Farm. {fc_^-Aa the subscriber is anxious to sell, _TheTerms will be accom inodating, and made knowi on personal or written application. A good tittle, and possession, will be given at any time. ' HF_^RY GORDON_^- /_VJMir Vauntamjialr. P. Q_> AdjttaOo _' _fPi_^XJ :rJLag®it-m, 1831. 4w-r_=21;

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

odd fit _xrnm system. Jllarylaml State Lattery _* , NflL7, for 1831. To be drawn in Baltimore on THURS — -DA¥rthtr29ih-instGnlr : HIGHEST TRIZE, 0,000 DOLLARS! scheme: 1 pmo of ' #6,000 5_ ' j 50 1 " 8,000 " TO "~ "" _"¦" ~ 20~ 1 1,000 20 - 10 1 500 100 5 1 300 _«150 3 1 _^ 300 1_O000 ' .-SL-4 prizes of #100 MODE OF " DRAWING. The Numbers will be put into one _\_yheel as u. sual—and in the, other will be put the Prizes above the denomination of $2.00, and the _drawing to progress in the usual manner. Tholfl,000 prizes of $2.00 will beawardod to the Odd or Even Num. bersof tht_^_tXftfcry, (as ' tlie case may be _j _/depend. ent on the drawing of the Capital Prizo of Six Thousand Dollars—that is to say, if the $6,000 prize should come out to an Otid _Nuinbor, _tlion every Odd Number in the Scheme will ho entitled to a Prize of S2.00_;lifiliei),000 dollar prizo should como out to an Even Number, then all the Even Numbers in the Scheme will bo each entitlod to a _pBiffij of $2.00. Hal...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

^_jm_«SALE _^ The subscriber will sell, at private sale, her Situate in Mountpleasant township, Adams county, Pa. adjoining lands of Samuel Hoffman, Anthony Smith, and others. The LOT contains Ten _Jlcres _ofJLand , a paTt of which is WOOD LAND. There is also a good MEADOW and a fine ORCHARD on the Lot. The tenant will _jshow the property to any person wishing to purchase, _aneffor terms, which will be reasonable, apply to the subscriber at New Oxford. ELIZABETH SNEER1NGER. August 30,1831. 4w—21

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

Gettysburg jGh/_mnasium. THE Semi-Annuai _Examination of the students of this Institution, will (be held on Wednesday the 29th instant. The several classes will be examined on the classic authors and different branches of the sciences. In addition to the usual exercises, ori ginal _piques will be delivered during the intervals between the examination of the several The exercises will commence at 9 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. M. TheJadiefand gentlemen of Gettysburg_^ and the publio generally, are respectfull y invited to _iittend_* The winter session will continence oh the mhof x 0_cto1ba ' fiextr r v : ; ' September 80,_1831. V te—34

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

GENERAL SYNOD OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH, IN THE UNITED STATES. _PipHE clerical and lay-delegatesappointed ¦¦- by the different District Synods, are requested to assemble at Frederick, Md. on the 30th day, and last Sunday of October next. As this Synod will be called! upon to transact business of vital importance to the Church, advisory brethren will be cheerfully received, if due _information of their intention to'be present, be given to the _stfSfcriber. I DAVID F. _SCHuEFPER, L_$_h Se_^eWf_^_m_^B:_^m$V^^ ' Juiyift, _ledi_. I 4t4-ia

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

_zt"":... iktoticil: _: - - "JriitrpereonB indebted, either-by—bondr •_f_^- noter-or—book account, to the-latemercantile firm of JOHN $ _JUJSisE HOUCK, oiliunteretown_^-_^-air a also those) rhdeBtea_"in the same~_nuuiUBf Ju_. 4_^_PHN Jtut/Uli. , _oi_'ihe.same,place,are requested tOTJOnw forward andsettle_^vkh the subscriber, to whom the accounts have been,transferred; on or before the FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER iVJSXT—after which time, no indulgence can be given. _v V_^ BALT_2ER _SNYDER. _HelcBerpbunr, Tyrone Town- ) ' , ¦hi_| > >^4 _M«f 30,1831. { 4w-_^l

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

A _VALUABLE FARM! FOR SALE. The subscriber offers, at private sale, his VXlilJ _AUli_^ ¥Jlll1l, Situate in Liberty township, Adams county, Pa., about 2 miles west of Waigley's Tavern, on the Turnpike road leading from Baltimore to Waynesboro^—lilmlesJxom Gettysburg and 8 from Emmittsburg. The FARM contains

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

• • - . ; ; ' ._^t'iHOXIOll. . " A J_^L persons having claims _againstjhe , •»¦ ertatedf DAVID BYERS » deceaHeaT are requested to present them, _properly authepticated fot settlement—and those indebted, are also requested to call and discharge the same witho&t delay. JACOB HERRATOR, ? *, •!¦ GEORGE _BVERS_, _^ xre _- September 6,18_%_&< ¦ _. 4_»-22

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

l'etorsburg Invincible*! YOU will parade pn Saturday the 8th of October next, precisely at 10 o'clock, a, M., at the house of Thomas Reed, in Petersburg, with arms and accoutrements in complete order, and 12 rounds of blank cartridges. By order, F_.S. GODFREY, 1st Ser. . September 13r 18ai. . tp—28 t _^ i L i S i tlJ *i"

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

DOCT. S. IKE. TUDOR, OFFERS his Professional services to the public generally, and caa always be found at his father's residence, at the house formerly occupied by James _Morrisson, within one mile and a half of Hampton. Fair Mount, June 14,1831. tf-_^-10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 October 1831

"MURDER AND TREASON NOT EX- _^E PTEP ?"^to - yoTe ' lor " a Woiher or his Jtriend_, ia-preferencc _trroiTe who is not—to extricate a brother Or htitfrtihd _i' v&m _alljJii ficulties_.jvvhothgrJ_^_Rjtciti rT1 n_^y_^ _Qigg_^J_^ -a _piviof _oflne latter sentence, look at its practical demonstration under your_\yery__ _eycj a few weeks pMtrm turnfagrloosa uppn Society a_^ _^ convict-whoAvaagniltjr _jf j_^_jy_^ Tageous-arirrirnenas_^^eTwas re cord ed, and for no other substantial excuse than ttiat he was ah important HOD for the masonic-Go VOrtlAv'a _navtv . _-_* - Fellow-Citizens I Ponder well, ¦*» ifcr seech you, upon these things beft_^you cast yoiu* vote into the B_^lot_^oJE.;. _" _^_T_»e , situation of your C ounty and State, i^« ' loudly for a candid and judicious _avowaFof your sentimdSti. Let the love _oTcountry and the dearest interests of_^Life, Liberty and Happiness euide you in Your decision. To the Polls, then, Fellow-Citizens, on TUESDAY NEXT, _^ect _men t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 October 1831

_tSctuflorial Candidate. When bur paper went to press last week,, we were not aware that our friends of York had settled upon a person fbr Senutor. From the York "Republican" of Tuesday Jast, we learn that the Senatorial Delegates, who met at Hanover, on the preceding Tuesday, had, "without a moment's hesitation selected JAMES R. REILYastheircandidate." In the same paper _^O'find the following "Address of the Democratic Anti-Masonic Delegates assembled in convention at York" —rrFor a notice of the talents, capacity, and principles, of tho gentleman chosen, we ask the public to read the following Address. Amongst other names mentioned, that of James -R. Reily appeared to be the most prominent, and consequently it became a mititter of some importance, to ascertaiuhis fitness forthat station. . . _^ / O_^ur first_^nquiry of cours e wasjjvhether " Mr. Keily was a firm friend to the principles of Anti-inasbnry, and. we are pleased to say, that he is thoroughly go. He believes the M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 October 1831

Sii'daaaat_^_ai_._^i_^i _aa_^ We dreamt we saw a beautiful ferrraleTying dead in the fatal embrace of •« terrible serpent. Its horrid folds confined the limbs _*ind closely, compressed the chest and neck-Her livid countenance and glaring eye-balls marked tho agony of strangulation; and the monster's head was thrust into her very throat, with her sweet tongue in its horrid jaws. We dreamt again, that a Jury of inquest sat over the corpse of tlio beautiful female. The monster, aller having made hor mouth the tonguoless receptacle of his putrid b _reoLtlu had left his_.prey_jind...crept like a murderer to his cavo. Verdict, came to herdeath like her ' mother Eve, by a foolish confidence in the _hannlcssness of a serpent. It seems she had borne a most excellent character; "the weaknessi which led to hot; death h _e aving been the-only stain on her otherwise spotless. character. She had twentythrb~«rsisfef, theTniaidrily of whom were ais laii in _luriii, anu pure m _ininci. aiKi ...

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