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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

OFFICE OF _THiE STAR, CttAMBBBSBOBO StEKKT, \ ,FEW_11.JDOOK8. _WSTTDI _^M h; _FoHKYVTiVBBM. ADVERTISEMENTS Con«pi«!uou«ly inserted four times for ohk - itoM'A R per square—orer _fourtlmeif TWBNTT-riT_» o«nt» per square will be " chargnd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

_Terttt8—Two _DoLLAKS|)er annilm-_^ pyable half-yearly in _advance. Nj_^j(tjb_» fcripjions taken for less * than six montht, qind jione discontinued until all arrearges are paid —rA faijm-e to notify a discontinuance, will be considered a new engagement and th«S paper forwarded accordingly. — .v . - ' __ ,.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

_dfcUtfW? &a_$&ft£tiS2KB_« From tfa* Baltimore Patriot. - ""SBvTHtwwl^^-niBna^^_fhTifbllowing biographical sketch of AMOS ELLMAKER, the Anti-Masonic Candidate for the Vice-Presidency. This sketch was published, several years since, in_^the Village Record, edited by Charles Miner, Esq. It appeared shortly after, and on the occasion, of Mr. Ellmaker's appointment as Attorney General of Pennsylvania, by Governor'Shulze. It should, be added that 4his was die second time the subject of the notied, had been called to that office—having held it during the administration of Governor JFindlay some eight or ten " years _beioreT Imay also add, _tCs a fact not noticed m the sketch, that, at aa early period of his life, and during his residence at the seat of the Stat*Government, Mr. Ellmaker was elected to a Seat in Congress. But his attach ments to his professional pursuits, and to .he quiet enjoyments of private life, wens understood to have interposed a barrier to h' ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

FREDERICK, Sept. 28. — it itiTonlyTrsncrrmTi_^rrjri-paTrrtrrntr _cmnprrrb_" ed~to reeortl -_«moccurrence - -which is calculated to excite the most serious reflections in this _conununity. On Sunday morning last, Mr. Noah Phillips, one of the most resjxjctable inhabitantsiof this county, and his tumilyxconsisting of .his-»-ife,.son_^.daughtcr and niece, found themselves suddenly indisposed, from the effects of something which they had eaten at breakfast. A physician l>eing called, at once announced to them the appalling fact that they had been poisoned. An examination was immediately made, and it was discovered that ¦ the seeds of the com-¦mon-Gymp"um"Tweed, or Sti ' timoflHtmy-hadbeen- ground up with their coffee, and its deadly properties imbibed by the whole family. ISy the energetic use of strong medicines,, the _poisonpijs _njattcr was soon removed from the stomach; ' .and we arc happy to learn that the whole family is now in u failway to recover. There is no doubt ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

Jflr* _VPirPs _JVbmhutlKm. From the Baltimore Patriot. . Mr. Munhoe—Relying on your candor, I solicit a space in your columns, to correct a misapprehension in the National Journal gf Friday last. Speaking of the nominaton of Mr. Wirt, by the National AntijHasonic Convention, that paper says: "The reply of Mr. Wirt was not received Kir *Ko Convention until about an hour before their final adjournment; and it rumor is to be credited, the delay is attributable to the great difficulty which the managers on the part of the Convention experienced in obtaining from, Mr. Wirt, such modificationa of his original views, as would make his communication palatable to the members of that body. In the shape in which it was finally handed over to the Committee, it was far from receiving the hearty approbation of some whose counsels have exercised so important an influence on the sentiments and resolutions of the Convention." 1 did not notice this remark until to-day, and as it would give me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

DR. J. GILBERT, OFFERS FOR SALE, At the old stand a ftw doors Smith of Mr. Jamc3 Gourley's Tavern, Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, A FItKSil _ANB GEMKHAL. sypptV-O_» - _®2_wmz£&xwmQ Igfif Paint* A% Dye-St-nlls. _GEpI among ' , _wiijuii. " ak ' b tile roLLbwiNO " : " —" DItUG-S"&: FilDIC1X KS. : Acid Sul phuric . Mustard Spoil " Nitric. _Nutmoir . -_« _, ' Jk Munjaio Oil VV'ormsond- _^ _*r< Tarturio " Ciiiuninon "¦ Union " Cloves ¦ ¦¦- . /_Etlior ' " Castor Assntcotida " Sweet ,._^-..» Antimony . M _Cubebs Balsam Copniva " Mint Jkirux crude _oiid _rofinsd " Juni per BIuo Pill O p ium Garb _l' ' orri Rhubarb ' " Ammonia Red Proci pitnta " M.ignosia. ¦ Knako Root Calomel • _Sarsaparilla Cream Tartar ' Sal Ammoniac Camphor Salts E f Uwiii ' 4. Calcined Magnesia " 'Glauber _, Flor. Sul phur ' Sorma Ciuin _Guiac i- Tartar Emetfe ' • — - * " Arabic Venice 'f' ur|>(Jiitino " _Draggon . _/_Vdrmsh Copal .., Munna \ _ < < . " Hack oil _PAlftTS. White...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

wwl&h&witmw The Antimasonic candidate for ifa-Joffice of Pre«d)ent of the United States, at tho enauingr election, js_,a native of Virginia. _, An an accomplished orator, and as a learned and _fjound constitutional lawyer, he has no siq>erndr~in~lhe ~ tlnited" States. ~~~ In politics he has always been a democrat, &nd the personal as well as political friend of Jefferson, Madison and Monroe. He first became known to tho public beyond the limits of his native State, by the publication of the eloquent, ingenious and original work, entitled the "British Spy," Which appeared about the year 1803. In 1867, his fame as__an._jbrator and lawyer, ¦_prend to every comer of the country, with th' e reports of the trial of Col. Burr, for trea-MU. He was one of the counsel for the U. States on that-most important trial. In 1817, President Monroe appointed him Attorney General of the United States, which office he held during the whole of Mr. Monroe's_administ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

UNITED STATES BANK. Wo have read with much satisfaction the triennial report of the Directors of the United States Bunk. It is clear and deeply interesting, _, proving that we are all indebted for our present sound currency to the exertions of this Hank. To those who rcmem--ber the pleasure of losing from 25 to 50 cents on every dollar received from a distant State (and who does not remember this?) no ether argument is required to prove the value and utility of the United States Bank to the people of this country. It- was interesting to remark" in 'tjie reporf that Pennsylvania holds much more stock than any other State—her _citiisens holding 52,(138 shares—the next is South Carolina, holding 40,(574-—the third-is Maryland, having 34,503, while New York, the fourth, holds but 32,903. In solid capital, Pennsylvania continues to be number one. It is a little remarkable too, thut Pennsylvania, _thn original Jackson State, should ' represent the most stock of the Hank which Presid...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

JACKSON, Tenn. Sept. 10. . Unnatural and lion id Mur,der. -_^Oa Wednesday flight last, a negro woman, the property 0OC6I. Thp9. Loftin, near _tliis place- destroyed three. of her ycjuldren by . ' *•— "_* ¦ • ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ' ' - "" « " " ¦< 1 ' • V . ':" . "' ¦ _drowning; one, a boy nged _almut ' _fee_^en _yeurs, aiul two girl_^ one an iiilant\t the breast. On the t-veiling of that duy\lm nnwon cnas uy »mastery thenm time it is said, that Lo had eyir corrected her. A t a lato l_>our of the mghr, she, ficcording to her own ric1\nowle{| _gnit.n(S) (j elidorately took -them to a pool of " wrier, one at a time, and held them in it until life became extiifd. " In the act of _taking her fourth child for the same - purpose, she was discovered by her husband, when an alarm was made. The drowned children were found about two hours after the act was committed butevery exertion to resuscitatn them proved inciiectual_. The woman stands committed for trial. _HrKiEo Alive!—On '...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

GOV. WOLF AND MASONRY. _Evidence of the _direct influence of masonry over Governor Wolf, is not wanting; but no act has been more glaring than his interference with the laws of the land and fhe decision of a court of justice and jury of the country, in the case of Jacob Lofevcr, a brother mason, and editor of the Gettysburg Compiler. Our readers, probably know, that Mr. Lefever had been convicted of publishing one of the most atrocious libels. against Thaddeus Stevens, Esq. a talented and highly respected member of the bar of Adams County. His sentence was a fine and imprisonment for three months in the county gaol. But a brother mason was not to be thus held in "durance vile," for merely s!-::denng an Anti-mason. This by the laws of the Lodge, they have not only a right, but are sworn to do. • Tho Fraternity knew the string to pull. The Grand Hailing Sign of distress was raised. Gov. Wolf was called upon to iiw terfere with the administration of Justice_^ The purity of thoonn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

_< Go to the Poll*. '¦ ' ' ¦1 ' " .' ¦-1 • for those" who are in favor of State Reform and economy in the expenditure of tho public money—who are convinced that the affairs of the State arc in an embarrassed and '_^ ruiriouscondition, with TAXES IMPEND: ING OVER THEIR HEADS, and- a reckless set of public servants, leagued to-¦ gether'by anabominablecombination!-—Let those who wish to rid themselves and their \ children from all tho disadvantages and foul pkiy, which arise from the existence of Freemasonry amongst us, conic to the POLLS, and give their votCto;put down the ROYAL ORDER. Let them level the politicaJ lad-,dcr by which so many havo climbed to office and power without merit. . ' YOUNG " MEN, who are not masons; it is your duty, and interest to put down an Institution, whose members will have the advantage of you in all the competitions of life . It is better for you to fight opehly with it, than to be all your life "the scape-goat oHts secret opposition. • ¦ •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

VAL UdBLE FMOPEM TVrORSAXB, Will be oflbred for sale at publie _venduey On Saturday the 15th of October next, on the premisesfat 1 o'clock, P- M. that »aluable property, late the estate of Johjt Stpphrnjt , der}dt _knrnim by thetuimr nf fhp Bermudian_^r^^Wb_^iMlPac^' tory, and_^Farm _^ - ' -;-¦¦ ' ¦ ' ¦¦ -¦- ' --• Situate in Huntingdon _^owiiflnip-Ad_«B»#-=-"_^ county, 2_% miles south ofPetersburgj (York- "/r Springs.) The _improTCments arey a2 _storjr_^ " _Mfo szwz m &_®$ % Wvmm_2 1 'enaht Houses, with Stables, jb _^_BSlHftbank Barn, (stone under and logr above,) stone smoke-house and drying kiln under one, and stone spring-house, and Fountain pump at the back door; two JHBBSL APPLE ORCHARDS--«K one of which is young, bearing ^^_Py and thriving; and a great number «*¦»¦¦*•* of Peach trees. The FACTORY HOUSEiaatwo_*Bt<wy . STQNE BUILDING, seveoty-fiw fee* long—which contains-tne Fulling _MUlftntt all the other necessary machinery—ii gwfjfe. stone Dye Shop convenient...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

ODDfitEVSN _SYSTBia. •Maryland State Lottery? No. 8, for 1831. ' To be drawn in Baltimore on THURS DAY, the 27th instant.- .„ . ... IIKaiEST i'KIZE, O,OQO _UOLJ_.ARS! '_scuumk; lpriaeof $6,000 5 50". 1 _d,UO0 10 9ft 1 1,000 90 -" - - 101 "- I * 500 100 > *• . f 300 150 — » 1 S00 10000 %. ¦ < •¦ 4 _prizw of _*100 MODE OF DRAWING. The Numbers will be put into one whoel UDsual—nnd in lijo other will be. put _tho Friz_^Bil(M« _> .. tho _deiwinmja_^n_^J!>3_J_^0j_Jtnd_ - tM!_dawiny to, _procress in the usual manner. Tho 10,000 pritot of $2.00 will bo awarded to tho Odd or Evan Numbers of the flattery, (as the case may _bO j _^depondent on the drawing of the Capital Prize of Six Thousand Dol l ars—that is to say, if the $6_^000 price should eomo out to an Odd Number, their evory Odd _Nuinbor in the Scheme will be entitled toaPrizool'$2.00; if the 6,000 dollar prize •_houW como out to an Even Number, then all the Even' * Numbers in tho Scheme will be each entit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

THE ELECTION. Friends of Republican Liberty—enemies of Secret Societies—the day of election is at hand. Your opponents are active. No _inean8 will be left by them unemployed, to ellect a triumph dver you. The power of the masonic state administration is exerted to defeat you. The officers of our governi. npntj those that fatten on the public purse, ' with *"¦'¦ _iHiKni~ _pw53_eriJ_^sj_«o_^_toIBT8_^h3-™3e{_ieTP d . ents, have ..received their orders from the Lodge^—that secret conclave of conspiracy, against Xbc rights and liberties of the people—and will to a man exert themselves to support the misrule of a secret self-created aristocracy. A government of GRAND KINGS _and GRAND HIGH PRIESTS OF MASONRY. An institution that plunders and degrades men in the name of CHARITY, and blaSphemesin the name of RELIGION. An Institution that has been tried and found guilty of murder, and that is now anuigiwd ivU-he-bar-of_^uiijUc_^_pHHaB,-for conspiracy against our rights, and rebellion an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

_$*®W> «««»BMIf - ¦' _" . • ~^ .- ' . ' '_' ; . • l \ . flHE subscriber respectfully tender* hi» .thanks to his friends, and the public; _»Va]l y, fbr their liberal encouragement, informs them that he has just returned - from the Cities of Phijadelphia and 3alti* < timore with a 1AK0B AKD 8FI.BNDIB A_8_BOBTKBRT _oV _" , SEASONABUI _OOOD0_, 'among which ab_«, " : CLOTHS, CASSIMERES *m SATWTETS:' ; ' ¦ '' ' _BLABTKJJTS,: Wl*\_SmmM_$l : ¦ TAR-_^AN PLAIDS, *« _^ fv WITH A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT O» '' • English and French super royal' MERINOS, <k Merino and Thibet SHAWLS. "\ 0_^T"A.s Puffing is _anneeesaary, I only request a call, tooblige' Your obedient serr!_L _:_' -. . SAMUEL FAHNESTOCIC . Gettysburg, October 4,1831. 4t-3_ff

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

Democratic Antl-Mftno_#*c Nomination I \ FOR PRESIDENT, liyilimn Wirt, _ofjlltl. \ v * >- FOR VICE-PRKSIDENT, •linos EUmaher, of Pa. "BEWARE OF SECRET SOCIETIES!" ¦ ADAMS COTJITTY ANTI-MASONIC REPUBLICAN TICKET. SENATOR, fames Ml. lleily. ASSEMBLY, Jlndrew ,HarshaU_, Jacob Cassatt. COMMISSIONER, -John JCr. Gnbernator. _' AJJDITOR, John _JfMi I£cn8on. DIRECTOR OF THE POOR, i James - Ji. Thompson.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

I To the Point, brollier Boas! l05" The Sentinel and other kindred prints appear to exult at the nomination of Mr, Wirt. The Sentinel says, that Mr. Wirt'_s' sentiments coincide with those of its Editor. In his letter, after examining the details of the trials in the case of Mprgan, Mr. . Wirt saysi—0_^7" If this lie masonry, as accokdino to Vis _UNCONTRADICTED EVIDENCE _itSeems to be, I have no hesitation in saying, that I considgb . it at war WITH THE FUNDAJiBNTAi PRINCIPLES OP TUB-SOCIAL COMPACT, AS TREASON AGAINST jSoibriffY, & A WICKED CONSPIRACY AGAINST Tiiir laws of God and MArr » wifick ought I to bb put down." " . Considering thu»t »« ' ¦ . ' •.? ' ' ' i . ' ¦ ¦ • '• ¦ ^~ _" ' ' " :' ' , • ¦ ..«-:.V- _' . ' :: . _' _V: ¦:-!% has united himself, and h\s splendid talents, with those of his 1bliow-fre<_Anon, in endeavoring to assert and maintain the "supremacy of ° the laws.", If the 'E ditor of the Soiltincl holds such sen ti men Is., as lie says he _...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

Caution! Caution! . 0^~ We understand that tho menials of the Lodge have l«;en busily engaged, for the last three or four days, in circulating Hand-, bills containing Addresses, Hailing Signs of Distress, &Cr from the Lodge and its disguised tools. They arc all written in strict accordance with the principles of Masonry. Believe them not, for the tuvtu is not in them. ANTI-MASONS, bo firm! Let not the servants and runners of the Lodge deceive you; Show them THIS DAY that they shall never hoodwink " or cablktow you! To the Polls, then, one and all and wrest your country from the profligate Aristocracy - that has nearly niined you! _

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

- -Jhnpmitwnr JDetettcd. ' 1 he Compiler of last Tuesday, in order that it might not let slip any opportunity to deceive the yeomanry of the county, pub-. lished only the beginning and ending of Mr. Wirt's letter—Thereby leaving out those paragraphs which go to condemn the vile_, and blasphemous 'Institution .of Masonry.— Such conduct, however, does not surprise or astonish _ua. He is just tlio tool that tho Lodge should have. The Lodge probably pays well, and the "laborer is worthy of his hire."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 October 1831

X - — ~^r-TMCKBT9_^r--z Can be had at the Star Office ready folded. (_ttrExaminc your Tickets! TRY IT AGAIN, BROTHER BOAZ! 0_O*"We are _authorised to state, that the late Clay meeting made use of Mr. James _Gouriev's _nailio in designating its Committee of Correspondence, without his approbation—He therefore declines.

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