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

TO OUR CREDITORS. r I_7A_^5_aJ{P_^ TjCE, thut we have npphed -_*r»<_it«aheJudges of the Court of Commons _Pleias of Adams county, for the benefit of the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges_, have appointed Monday the 28th day of _November next, for the hearing of us and our creditors, at the Court-house in the boroUgk of Gettysburg, where, you may attend if yo_« think proper. . JOHN M'INTYRB,. JOSEPH TONER * JOliN MYERS. "' - October 4, 1^»1. • i^** '

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

TO MY CREDITORS. TAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to the Judges of the Court of Common _Pleas.qf Adams county, for the benefit of the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges have appointed Monday the' 28fA of November next, for the heetringSof me and my ereditoVs, at the Court-hSuse in the borough 6"F _XJettysburg,v where you may attend if you think proper. GEORGE EVILHOCK. _September 27, 18_»1. 4w—25

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

SIX CENTS REWARD. 1> AN AW AY from the subscriber, liv-•*••' ing in Tyrone township, Adams co., on the 14th of August last, an indented updrentice to the farming business, named JOHN NEWMAN. The above reward will be giyen for said boy if delivered to the subscriber. All persons are cautioned against harboring said apprentice.' JOHN DEARDORFF. September 27, 1881. 4w—25

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

LIST OF (LETTERS, REMAINING in the York Springs Post Oflice on the 1st day of Oct. 1831* JbhriTirough, 3 George _Hoflinant Miss Anna Doyle Mary Mondoiff Win. Delap Wm. Nicklin Robt. Elliott Wm. Reid. Joel Funk John Shewmaker David Funk John Shoeman. HERMAN WIERMAN_, P._»M. October'4, 1831. 4t—26

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

""_•MT" AS taken up by the subscriber, some " " ™ ' time since, as estrays, THREE SITOTES, bluckaiidAvliiie color,v/ ' tth their left ears cropped." The owner is here notified to call and prove property, pay charges mid take _them away, _otherwise they will be disposed of asTTielaw"directs. ROBERT TAYLOR. October 4, L831. 4t—20

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

_ _NOTJOB. 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 thb._laf of October next. Necessity compels him to make this call; therefore, ho hopes it will be attended to. JOHN ASH. September 18, 1831. _, . M—M

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

NOTXCB. A LL persons having claims against the J*- estate of DAVIlf BlfERS, deceased, are requested to present tl»dm, properly ' authenticated for settlement—and those'indebted, are also requested to calland distrharge the same wilhout delay. JACOB HERRATOR, i _ _^ GEORGE BYERS, _\CiX ™" September .6, 1831. , „ 4t—22

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

liOTlCE. THE Account ofw JOIIN WRIGHT, _Committee of Joseph L. Hutton and Benjamin Hutton, is filed in the Prothonotary's Office of Adams county, and will be confirmed at the next November Term if no objections are made. GEO. WELSH, Proth_^^ October 4, 1831.* tc—26

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

- »ONCT. S. _mrTWDOSL, _^kFFERS his Professional services to tlie \ _f public / generally, and can always be found at hi«tfather ' s residence_, at tho house formerly- occupied by 'James Morrissoh, within on« mile _^n 'd a half of Hampton. ' ;¦ F_<_ur MotMit;_jWl4_fL83l. _fclQ .

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

. . . • «W KVKRT _DESCKIITIOK ' _~ ¦ KXRCFTBD-\VITH NKATKE8S AND DBSritTOSI _^ vtJtub offick o_^ _' _thj1 , ' . STAR AJ*B -II-Ajr_^_BUU . C- ' _,_yz_^ : ' :\' ¦ . : _- -- ; . _" . • : ¦' ; :.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

so snugly and comfortable, for our old age, and on which we so long fondly hoped our children would succeed us—but it is the will of heaven—we must bear it with the rcsignation that becomes us. The kind mother clasped her hands silently, and turned pale—but when she saw her husband affectod almost to tears, she put on The natural fortitude of the woman, and endeavored cheerfully to encourage him under his misfortunes. The children gathered round their parents, and with tears in their eyes listened to the father's sad account—- and then we must leave the Sweet-briar cottagc, said tfiey all, sobbing, and in the same breath. Yes, " repeated the unfortunate father—the tears ran down his cheeks, and unable to restrain their feelings longer, the whole family were bathed in tears. Misfortunes, sudden and deep and unexpected- misfortunes, made sad inroads upon the hearts even of the -most _soborand _^ lulos. ophic—and the young and unfortified, often bear them with less of firmness. But...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

VARIETI . r_* v/ * Various; That the mtn&pf desultoryman, studiuus of change And p leated with novelty, may he indul ged." Mr. Tanner, of Philadelphia, has published a map of Virginia, Maryland and Delaware, which he has put up in the neat and compact "pocket form," so convenient for travellers and for general reference. The New York City Inspector reports the death of 166pcrsons during the week ending on Saturday, the 1st inst.viz: 40 men, 36 women, 50 boys, and 40 girls'. Of whom 40 were of or under the age of 1 year, 21 between 1 and 2, 23 between 2 and u. Logical Illustration.—A lay man in Providence, who occasionally exhorted at evening meetings., thus expressed his belief in thtv existence of Deity: "Brethren, I sun just as certain that there is a Supreme Being, as I am that there is flour in Alexandria; and that I know for certain, as I yesterday received from there a lot of three hundred * barrels fresh superfine, which I will sell as low as any other perso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

_*2P _IHIi _^ _^ 1.1 _& H_^ _^ I _s mwmzr ~ Of all the virtues in the world, that of pure and philanthropic charity sends forth the sweetest incense. It is a lovely trait in the character of the aged—for it argues a tendernesg-of feeling, an expansive mind,and a warm and benevolent heart, existing amid the desolation of years; arid by this we know that time, which freezes up the flowers of beauty and the perrennial fount of youth, has not been able to reach the springs of humanity which flow from the inner bosom. We admire it in the middle aged and active but from these we expect the-readyTtnd active benevolence which is due from man to man—they are the bone and sinew of society, and owe duties from which their fathers are in a measure exempt: filit"tfte ~ c1rarity of the young is that which mingles present pleasure"with all the fullness of future hope, and sheds around the character a more than earthly glory. Every poor family in Alesbury knew Lucy Mar, ot ' the S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

A _RHAPSODY. Fair girl'."Tliino _image in my heart . Is constant us the pcorlens »unj__ Whicli bids tho _thaTowy nijf lit depart, _" And melts its envious veil of dvin; When stars arequonch'd in floods of lig ht, A_« morhing gushos on tlio_._j_^, ~ ^^\ Bathing each tossing billow ' bright, 1 think of tho«! ' In dreams of ovening—thou art there;- The pure—the boautiful—the kind; Thy face illumes the haunted air, Touch'd with tho kindling rays of mind; Thy soft, bfno eyes—their mildest beam Rests with a spell of love on me, Till 'rapt in ono tr.-inscendant dream, I think of thec! And oh! When sunset fires tho west, When gold and purple clouds aro there; A holy transport fills my breast, A smile like thino invests the air; And in the fragrant sighs of eve, A kiss like thino is borne to me; While winds o'er flowers their whisper* weave, I think of thec!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

Tj _T^^^-t ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ™~ _t "¦ * __ ' I •--¦ 'P_^V----'''_. -t-_^-_" _-_'-"C j^^J _^ Jf.,_^ j-.. *" _5iteraw«H-iwo Thuj^^iwsmni_^ _lL payable half-yearly in _Advance> No »_ob scriptions taken for ' less Aon six _monihs_, anA'r none discontinued until all arrearges art _£auL.,:, —A failure to notify a discontinuance, will be considered a new engagement and tlrt - pkper forwarded accordingly. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

OFFICE OF THE STAR, _CltAMBEKSBtTBQ StEBET, A FEW DOORS . ' Ws st of Mr. Forrv's _Taverjt. ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuously inserted* four, times for one collar per square—ovor ftui; times, _twen'ty-fivk ckntb per square will be charged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

fff_^ " \yitk sweetest /lowers enrich'd Front various'gardens XuWd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

TWO DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE Seven days, later from Liverpool. , NEW YORK, October 4. Oi_»r news schooner "Courier and Enquirer," boarded the- packet ship Napoleon, Captain Smith, yesterday at half past 11 A. M. 70 miles east of Samty Hook. The Na-£l_§on sailed on the 24th, and brings us >ndou papers of the 23d, _Liverpool of the 24th, and Shipping and Commercial Lists to the latest* dotes. The news by this arrival is" highly important, as proving that the gallant POLES have not only nobly defended themselves agauisttheiroppressors,_T>ut are in high spirits on the eve of what is considered a great and final struggle for their freedom. What is still more important, there is reason to be-ILeyf tlhatJhy. their .gallantry and perseverence, they have at length eo.tape.lled . the Pow--era of Europe to interfere in their behalf. The London Sun of the evening of the 24th says:—r _^jj Gfoe _Courier Francais mentions, in a tone *_%>_nSraSdehce, that the great powers h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

Domestic »JI<iMer8k * THE NEW f AX, S_^_tSVS.- ' Taxable objects, from the first view of the 1st sect, as published, comprehends all ground rents, monies at ' interest, and nUdebts due from Solvent debtors, whether by promissory notes, &c. Then follows a list of exceptions, which seems to go pretty far towards a nullification of the whole design.-_*- Ittnay .be, that the framcrs of the law intended only to except Bank notes, but this construction is forced and not the literal reading of the sentence.-Ground rents and monies' at interest, appear to be within the gripo of this new law, (as it is .emphatically ..called) .as . well as all debts duo from solvent debtors. Now it cannot be said that ' mere accounts made, are included in debts due. Nor can notes or obligations not due, and not drawing interest, be considered within the law. Obligations as by note or bond, executed or remaining for the purpose of drawing an interest, together with ground rents, and all p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 October 1831

T.1_RIFJF J91EETIJYV Agreeably to public-notice, a respectable meeting of the friends of the AMERICAN SYSTEM was held at the Court-house, in the. borough of Gettysburg, oji Saturday tho 15th instant. • The meeting was organized by. appointing the Hon. JAMES WILSON Chairman and John B. M'Pherson Secretary. The object of the meeting being stated, on motiori of A. <£. Miller, Esq. Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of this meeting. Whereupon, A. G. Miller, Esq. Col. J. D. Paxton, Z. Herbert, Esq. J. McSherry' , ' Esq. and Mr. S. Buchlcr, were appointed said committee—who reported as follows:— Resolved, That this meeting approve of _thetoproject of holding a Tariti' Convention in the City of Now York, on the 26th inst. Resolved, That we approve of the protectin(_J duties as they exist at present—as we deem it the policy and interest of the Ainpi*_icflnXyovornme * nit_> ^; - - - ¦ - - ¦ ¦ - ¦ Resolced, That w...

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