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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 25 October 1831

_IROJV! WHOM! _rTTIHE subscriber offers Iron for sale a j ¦*• the reduced price of #5 50 per cwt., f ross, and$4 92,meit.He has on hand a large assortment of all kinds _ef /f'OM, rolled and hammered. DAVID _ZIEGLER. October 1.8,1831. <it—1 28

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 25 October 1831

Z>OCT. S. M. _TITOOH, _^kFFERS.liis Professional services to the _^-_^ public generally, and can always be found-at his lather's residence, at the house formerly occupied by James Morrissoq, within one mile and a hajf of Hampton. Frtir Mount, June 14, 1831. rf—10

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Star — 25 October 1831
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

NECROMANCY. The following strange story is said to be making a good deal of talk in London; Lord l_'rudhoe and Major Felix being at Cairo last autumn on their return from Abyssinia, where they picked up so much of that information which has been workod up so well By Captain Bond Head in his Life of Bruce, found the_^own in a state of extraordinary excitement, in consequence of the recent arri val in those parts of a celebrated Magician from the centre of Africa, somewhere in the vicinity of the Mountains of the Moon. It was universally said, and generally believed, that this character possessed and exercised the power of shewing to any visitor who chose to c/nnply with his terms, any person, dead or living, whom the said visitor pleased to name. The Eng lish travellers, after abundant inquiries and some scruples, repaired to his residence, paid their fees, mid <vore adniitted to his ±Sa-HL'iumr They found-.theinsel.v.es in."the presence of a very handsome young Moor, wi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

_S&H;3_^a2>_&<_&! _Sli_2<!>®30 From the New York Courier, October 15th. MONSIEUR CIIAUBERT—The Firk King. Who has not heard of the Fire King?—theswallower of poisons? The epicure in arsenic and phosphorus?—the tippler in boiling Florence oil? The. celebrated Monsieur Chaubert who uses melted lead to wash his hands? and warms himself in an oven alongsidfe a beefsteak? Who has astonished all England, has arrived in this city, and is exhibiting his experiments in Clinton Hall.— He is certainly the eighth wonder of the world—the real salamander, to whom fire, heat, poison, &c. are perfectly obnoxious. On Thursday evening last he gave a private exhibition of his wonderful powers ' to a select audience of scientific and literary gentlemen at the lecture room of Clinton Hall. The first thing that strikes the eye of the spectator is a largo oven built of Bricks and resting on the floor of the building. In front of the oven is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

_SP2BU9 dZTI&IS_^_iF _QI8J1W * BY THE REV. HUlill STOWEIJ,. From _evory storm of wind that blows, From every swelling' tide of woes, There is a calm, a _wure retreat, 'Tis found beneath tho Mercy _Stfat. There is a-plnce whore Jesus _shedi ~ The oil of gludnoss on _ourjiouda, A placoTtlian aH "Be»i<_Tes more sweet—It ia the blood-bought Mercy Seat. Tliero is a scono whore spirits blond, Whore friend holds fellowship with friend, Though sunder'd far—by faith they meot Around one common Mercy Seat. Ah! whither could we nee for nid, ¦ When tempted, desolate, dimnay'd—Or how the host of hell defeat, Had gufPring saints no Mercy Soat. There! there, on eagle wing we soar, And sin and sense seem all no more, And heaven comes down our souls to greet, And glory crowns * the Mercy Seat. Oh1! let my handJbrceLJiojLslUU_. _—My tongue be silonL,; cold and still, This bounding heart forgot to beat, If I forgot tho Morcy Seat.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

" _stfaat ss@ss_£p» In a young lady's heart once a secret was turic' It toss'd and it tumbled, it long'd to got out, Tho lips half betray'd it by smiling and smirking, And the tongue Was impatient to blab it, no doubl. But honor look'd gruff on the suhject, and gave it In charge to " the tooth so enchantingly white—Should the captivo attempt an elopement, to save it By giving the lips an admonishing bite. Quoth the tooth, in a pet, we'll be even for this, And they bit very smartly above and boneath_. But the lisp at that instant _wero bribed with a kiss j Arid they _popjttf out the Socret, in spite of th_« tlie tooth! _^ ¦ % ' " " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

' i:r ' _. ) . " ,:.-'r_^iii.ii _y fe _5lVrm«—tTwo Dollaub per _ftpottnv ¦ . payable halfcyearly in advance* No sub scriptiont taken fur toesthannx months, aact none discontinued until all _rfrreorges Are paid —A _failure to notify a discontinuance, _wffi be considered a new engagement aad (he" paper forwarded accordingly. --..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

. OFFICE PP THE STAR, _ChAMBEBSBORG STREET, X FBW * , DOOB8 Wb3T of Ma. Forhy's-Tavbrn. ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuously inserted four times for one pot.!.** pet square—over four _times_. TWiwrv-HV* _obntb per square will be charged. • .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

_jsaia (_3_^3a4_i3_iao . _____ " With sweetest flowers enrich'd From various gardens cull'd with rare."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

WMW &W&®* '¦_'" ¦[ Ctettypbut' _tf, _Novtiubcr 1, 1831". Tho United States Telegraph says:—We recommend the _following article, which appeared itf the Baltimore Patriot, to tho consideration of Mr. Clay and his friends. We know how unpleasant it is to part company with; old friends, but when duty and patriot ism dernand the sacrifice, who that deserves public favor, will hesitate to make it ? We aro not now and never was an admirer ofMr. Clay. We claim no right to give him adk vice, nor do we &s.k that our remarks may be considered in such light. But we claim to be well informed on public sentiment, and concurring with the writer ot ' thearticle belore us in tHe 'opinion that "Mr. Clay can have no possible chance of succeeding without the aid of the other parties in opposition," and that "that aid Mr. Clay and his "friends can no longer look for," we lay it before our readorsjjand ask their attention to it. wFA*. IfV' _rl's JVbniinaliQH. — [From th« B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

JLale Foreign _JVews. - NEW YORK, Oct. 10. a Our news schooner the-"Courier and Enquirer," boarded the packet .ship Birmingham, Capt. Harris, yesterday at half past 10 o'clock, about 00 miles east of Sandy Hook. Capt. Harris saili.'d from Liverpool on the 9th of September, and h;is politely furnished us with Liverpool papers of _tliaj date, London of the 8th and .Loyd's and Shipping Lists to the latest, dates. . ¦ % It will be perceived thattlie rumour of divisions in the Polish Councils, are confirmed and that Skr/.ynecki isno longer at the head of the army. The Times of Gth of September, says—"The accounts from Warsaw by yesterday's Hamburg mail arc full of deep and melancholy interest.—Two orders of the day wero brought to us by the above conveyance signed respectively by the- Generals Skrzynecki and Dembinski, the former on resigning, the latter on assuming, tlie command of the Patriot army of Poland. 'Skrzynecki's address to the troops is imbued in every line of it with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

GLORIOU_3 TRIUMPH ¦ Vermont redeemed' and disenthralled. From the Woodstock Whig. "We have the high satisfaction of announcing, to our friends, both hero and abroad, the complote success of the Anti-Masonic Republicans o£this_, State; G lorious because _itjs a triumph'of Republicanism over, Aristocracy, and Principle over faction and intrigue. The Government of Vermont, is now, in fact, as it always has been in name, Republican. WILLIAM A. PALMER is elected Governor_^ LEBBEUS EDGERTON, Lieut. Governor; John S. Pettibone, Samuel C. Loveland, Zimri Howe, Daniel Cobb, Nathan _Lertyenworth, Samuel S. PhHpv Homy. F. Janes, Joseph H. Br ainaid, Benjamin F. Deming, Jasper Robinson, _Ridjjardson Graves, Councillors. All these were the _Antimasoni'c candidates. Qur council _ticketjias succeeded by., _aojy_^_aog vote of 15,0l5; the Clay council ticket averaged about 12,800 " ; and the _JacksotT6,200. , The O _y _fficial canvass of votos given by the people for Governor, is for William A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

A LARGE CALF , Mr. Samuel Qrbson of Adams township, butc_^Bred a caff seven month* old, * ' _<Nr daysTinoe, raised upon his own feflipi_, which, when dressed weighed two hun;, di_'edandforty.si f pmvto! _Weight vf the hide, forty pound*, ' . " • ¦ _,/

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

I*. Democratic jtntl-BIiwonlc Nominationt FOR PRESIDENT, William Wirt, of.lia. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ._futos Ellmakcr, of Pa. The Baltimore Market.—Flour has fallen in price some _liftfe " Since our last roport. It commanded on Friday last, from wagons, 5 25, 5 12* and $5 per _brl. Wheat brought from 85 to"l08 cents per bushel, according to quality. Other articloB vary but littlo from the account given last weolc. ,. 0"Tho writer who figures in the "Compiler" of last week, over the _signature of "A farmer of Huntington township'* shall bo noticed hcrcaflor. We returned homo too late to bestow much attention to our editorial department this week, and only noticod hia vilo, false and malicious assortion about us a few hours before wo are compelled to put our papor to press. ' County Convention.—A . rnspectablo mooting ' _^ _ofjh ? DeJ_^jgaJ.es _^ lha.] L (<oU)etl tho late county ticUet _. _Wiis hold at the Court-house in the borough o» Gettysburg on Saturday last, for the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

-v. ¦ I ^^-" • . _^ _fSgE_^Epp_^_Pn_?F*_TS7^^^g_^B^^^B_^_fe_^ > ^^^^BU_^A _Wt_^W_^BHBKBTK_^_HE3_sftH_^^LlB_^HHlBBlf_^BW_^B_^_Br Here shall Me ' press the Peoples rights proclaim Unaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by gain. _TueiHla) _Mornfog_, November 1, 1831.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

¦ Pennsylvania Reporter. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. DURING the approaching Session, the Pennsylvania Reporter will contain full, fair, and impartial reports of the proceedingsof both branches ofthe legislature* Competent reporters are already engaged * ' who _wilj attend regularly in the Senate and House of Representatives during their sessions. The Reporter will be printed on a fine large imperial sheet, with small type, which will enable us to give the reports of "the _proceedings and.debutes, in both houses , at great length; ana * no exertions wili be sparecrto render ft interesting to the public in general, and particularly to the _citisMOS of Pennsylvania ' , as a faithful record of it_» legislative proceedings. The terras will be the same as heretofore, viz: For the session, twice a week,in advance, S3 00 _t For _«Ji_« whole year, _, S.OO C_5_^The accounts duo for subscription to the Reporter, from " its commencement, November 20,1827, havrf been transferred to • _% _^ the su...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

THE _IhMWS BOOK , ! FOR OCTOBER, TUST PUBLISHED.-This nombersur-** passes any other that has yet appeared, in its beautiful delineation of the quarterly sketch of PHILADELPHIA FASHIONS —the Engraving is very handsomely colored, and will no doubt give general satisfaction to the patrons ofthe work—there aro besides several other embellishments which are calculated to recommend the Book. CONTENTS-T-Phikdel phia Fall Fashions, il-¦ * _' ' lustrated >with a splendid _fcugravinjj_, by Kelly_* ' - ' -. 1'ashions of the Past and Present Times. Zoological Weather Glass. Sprre of _Strapbargj. Son_^, by (_Jraham. Song, by Mrn. Hemam. RecolIeQtion«.of Scenes and Cities. He strikes tho Min-•¦ _ttsW Lyre again. Moonlight Man, The Fiper _AfTectione. Female Constancy. The Albanian Girl. Morality. Mary Queen of 8cot«^— • _• Evening. Inconstancy. Maria. The Superior ' Man. Rose Malcolm, illustrated with an Engrtr ¦ ' — ¦ — ' -& _ving, by Harrison. Popular Judgment. Effect ' . ' of C...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

_trustees'||Jaa-. The atbscribers, Trustees of John _Browr_^ will offer at public _salejf ' -• ._„ "' On Saturday the 3d day of December nixt, ' on the premises, . the Tnnct _jjbjl on Which said 'firown now lives. Situate part in, Adams County, Pennsylvania, and part in Frederick County, Maryland; three miles from Htllestown, one mile and a half from Peter's Tavern and one mile from Da* viil Shriver'_s Mill, l>et_»veen the _Taneytowrt nnd _Eiiiniittuburg road, and adjoining land* " of Deilrich Bishop, Morits ' Budy, JobO . _^ Bowers and others; Containing about 139 Acres of laud, of which 40 Acres is TintJb€fj 16 t' _fiCftttotV , and the balance in a good state of cultivation. The i in Drove ments area

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 1 November 1831

GOOD ° Jafc _.H.OJtLS.E_4_._^Hk. and Barn, with an Orchard of choice fruit, a well of excellent water at the door-Possession will be given on the 1st day of April next. (ttrThe Tertn_* of sale will be mad* known by either of. the _subscribers, living in LittlcHtown. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. of said dny. * ' JACOB KELLER, ) TlMtee . JAMES REN SHAW, $ lu««eB * November 1,1831. ¦ to—=80

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