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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

A&raso_^i&sai&racB'_o _Another •inli-Jflagvn. On the 8th of October last _^ a Convention of Anti.masonic Republican* <a _Saratoga, was held ' at the Court House in the village of _Ballston Spa, N. Y. The Convention was fully attended and the Hon. JOHN W.TAYLOR _. late Speaker of the House of Representatives, and for the las_^ fourteen years the able representative of' the Old RopoWican-Gounty-of Saratoga h> €ongre«,attend' ed and addressed the Convention. Mr. Taylor's remarks are toolongthy.to lay before our _rouJors. We extract the following: At length the frightful tragedy of Wm. Morgan was enacted. The moral sense of the community 'vas shocked by an outrage of such an appalling guilt. Vet its very enormity was calculated to excite in alt wf II organized minds unacquainted with masonic obligations serious doubts of its reality. That men of respectable standing in society should have forgotten their allegiance to God and their country a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

LATE FROM EUROPE. . DISASTROUS NEWS_^-FALL of WARSAW * From tha New York Courier of Oct. 31. VBy, the British ship Arkwright, which armed last evening, from Dundee on the 24th September, we have been able to obtain frotn-a passenger the only Jate _paper on board—the Dundee _Coutmn_^_fthe 20th—which contains the disastrous intelligence wegfve'below of the surrender of Warsaw to the Russians. ' - frwattu _Dnoclac Courierot theSOthof Sept FALL OF WARSAW. —The capital has at length _fallen. After two day* of sanguinary fighting the town surrendered by capitulation and the Russians entered Praga. The 'following communication is from theOfficeofthe London Times of the 17th. "Official intelligence was received at Ber-Kil t ob the 11th instant, of the capitulation of the city of Warsaw, on the 7th, at six o'- clock, P. M. after two days bloody fighting in the neighborhood during, which the Rus-«iahfl carried by assault all the entrench* meats which , had been raised to protect the c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

JB * Uim0t t e-_#-4>Mo Matt Road-. FORTY MILES OPEN.—The Gazetto of yesterday evening states the gratifying fact "that the assurances given in the late annual report of the President and Directors to the Stockholders of the Baltimore and Ohio "Rail Road, that the second and third divisions of the road would be opened for use by the first of November, have been realized. In a letter which the editor of the Gazette has seen from a gentleman who performed the trip, dated the 30th inst. ho says "the 'Pioneer Car' passed yesterday (Saturday) morning on the iine as far as to the foot of the inclined plane, No. 1, at Parr Ridge," being a distance of 40 miles from Baltimore. The fourth Division of the road which extends to the Monocacy, as well as the inclined planes over the Parr Ridge, and the lateral road to Frederick, are in such a state of forwardness as to leave no doubt that the entire route to Frederick will be opened within the month of November. The graduation of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

Another Warning.—- We understand that a person named Burns, was discovered sitting-on a chair dead in the bar room of one " of the Taverns in Old-town in this county. _^ Recast in a state of intoxication during, the " afternoon, and War.thought to be only deeping*.. When, supper was read y one of the family went to wake aim, when it wa_< discovered that his "_(leep .was the sleep of d«ath/'—Cumber land Advocate. ' . . ' ?: ' . ' :. ' •¦ V. ' - ' _" . - ¦ ' • f ' \ ¦

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

Baltimore 1\Tarket.— _TTour was _sellings from the wagons during the past week at $5 per brl. until Friday, when it commanded $5 _12_J — WJieat, best red, from 1 05 to 1 07 cents per bushel; common aorta ranged from 80,to 95 cents per bushel accordiug to quality. New Corn, yellow, at 43-io 46 cents and white, at 40 to 45'cants, according to its condition. Rye is scarce and in demand,-at front 70 to 75 cents per bushel. Oats, 41 to 42 cents per bush. Whiskey, 31J cents per gallon, exclusive of the barrel, from the wagons., THE LIFE OF STILLING, translated from the Gorman by Professor _Hazeuus, of the TJioo-16c ical Seminary at this place, has just been published. The work is very interesting and contains many useful and instructive lossons. The typographical execution of the _wark is both neat and-handsome—by H. C. Nkinbtedt. EJ"The above mentioned work can be had at Mr. BUEHLER'S Apothecary Store. ID"In order to make room for the late Foreign News, we omit several articles this ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

To the Independent _footers of the Eleventh Congressional MHstrict: FELLOW-CITIZENS! To such of you as are not shackled with Masonic Oaths, nor influenced by a fatal bias to support the prescriptive principles of Free-Masonry, we desire to address a few candid and dispassionate remarks relative to the approaching Election. On the TWENTY-SECOND DAY of this month, it becomes your duty to elect one of your number to represent you in the next Congress. A party, which with unblushing impudence,claims to be Democratic —a party composed of factions, and fragments of factions—of all such as are willing to answer the " hailing sign" of Free-Masonry, have nominated, and recommended for your support, Robert McCoy, _05"A HIGH AND ADHERING MASON!*!! This party, whose great object ia to sustain the Masonic Institution, have hitherto beguiled the people with false pretences.— Knowing the indignation which the people feel against that titled and 'cruel Order of Nobility, they have themselve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

THE TARIFF CONVENTION The Tariff Convention which assembled in _New York oh Wednesday _tlie 26th uJt. was organized by the election of WILLIAM WILIUNS, of Pennsylvania, to be President; Joseph Kent,, of Maryland, James Tallmaoe, of New York, Georoe Blake, of "Massachusetts, and Lewis Condict, of New Jersey, to bo Vice Presidents; and Hezckiah Niks, of Maryland, Robert Tillotson, of New York, Chfirles Paine, of Vermont, and Joshua. W. Pierce, of New Hampshire to be Secretaries. AboUt 430 members were present. A number of committees were appointed to_report on various subjects assigned to them; among these were a committee to prepare an address to the people of tho United States, a committee upon evasions of the Revenue, a committee to prepare a Memorial to Congres3, a committee to report on the effects of the existing Tariff, a committee on the production an«l manufacture of iron,*-committee on the production and manufacture of wool, and a committee on the culture of silk, he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

GRAKD JURY. , - November Term—1881. * Straban township.—Yetet Hulick, John' Dickson, Jr. • • ,. .. C<_mowago."-Nicho]affGinter r J«o.£nktff Menallen.—Geo: Stauter, Levi Grist. Tyrone—sJacob Smith, WiUianp _MMIef_* -~ Berwick.—Geo. Himes, Isaac WoK. C?MW_»&erZand.-_^Joseph Walker, June* Boyd, John Plank, Robert Thompson. - = t~_- Huniington. -*-lo\m Sadler.- . i'. _Motmtfoy. —Samuel Dtfrborrowr _Jobtf, <¦ _ddair. -" --- . ~ •. _ ¦; . -..., ' . ;;-j.._^.: ... _' . '.. • .,. -~u " miUMmh _"'t - _¦ rff]! j 1 yiii_. _yfulM Htim . ._Ti_^i K __2 Ferree, Isaac Robinsou. _; .-Borough*-*-John Slentz, Jacob Leftrerv ¦: MountpleaiMnt.-_^Samue_] Swope.T. -. _" _' ..- . ¦ . Hamilton^—DaaM E. _Fahnestoeiu _; '¦ ' / , 1 . . . ¦ - i •. ' S ' _^ CrBjWHiiATt JW1CRV-, - ¦ . . .x _x ' franklin Township—^-Robert _MotrtiOl_^ David Wills', Nicholas Mark,- AljafcOoV Caldwell, Thomas M'Knight.- "X- ' _^ Jferfeicfc—Jacob Newman, Georgf Bl** * _, glfe. JohjiBaniitz,DaDidGei_#elmaB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

_LJ: - :I;: »»l_^flg _^ ^' N pursuaoco _oTWndry writaof Veaa& ,, tioni Exponta,issued uut _^ -tarCJBaHrt^^^^ of CoroiriSn V\^%_WiS WSiR^^^S^~~~ be exposed to _pttblij_; sale, on Jfytifaj'i&i 25thday <fN<_mnte]_ftn8t<; _fit i^' clodtr' v M. at the _CourWhoUse m the _Botouirn of ' Gettysburg, the following real _estaW, f kV* A Tract of Land/ Situate in Mounrjoy township, Adams cj &.if ' adjoining lands of Jesse D. Newjnan _^ Jacob more _orTesj, on wBicFare erecteepT"! ~ _.Tw6 Story LogDwellingHousey with a well of water at the door, a _dooWe Log Barn, and an Orchard. Seized1 ah* taken in execution as tlie Estate of Janet Collins. _, ALSO—A Tract of Land, Situate in Mountpleasant township, Ad*m4 county, adjoining lands of Philip neshnwuirf James Lockhart and others, containing Sir Acres, more or less, on which are erected tt l_£ Story Log Dwelling Hotue_. double _Logjam, Log Spring-house, ana two Orchards. Seized and taken in«•• ' ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

Anti-Masonic Conferee Meeting. At a meeting of the Anti-Masonic i-onferees, of the Congressional District composed of the counties of Adams, Cumberland, Franklin and Perry, at the house of Mr. Peter _Hartzell, in Shippensburg, on Tuesday the 1st November, 1831, Dr. PETER W. LITTLE, of Franklin, was called to the Chair, and Georoe Fleming, of Cumberland, appointed Secretary. The following named gentlemen presented certificates of their appointment as Confe rees:— Adems—Dr. M. D. G. Pfeifl' er and Thos. J. Cooper. Cumberland—John M'Koehan, Esq. G. Fleming and Solomon Whialer. Franklin—Dr. P. W. Little, _JohnAVclsh and J. F. _Culbertson. It was, after mature deliberation, Resolved, That James JHl Sherry Esq. of Adams cpunty, be nominated, and recommended to the opponents of Secret Societies, and the friends of the American System, as a suitable person to fill th_^vacancy occasionea by the death of Hon. William Ramsey, late member elect of this District, and that we pledge ourse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

LEGISLATIVE _PROCEEDINGS. " The Pennsylvania Telegraph " . " Will be _poHlished on a large Imperial sheet " with new type twice a week, during the Sea-' \ 8ibn of the Legislature. It will contain fall and impartial Reports of the proceedings of ' ~~ that body, and a summary of the debates * on all important questions _^ together with such remarks as the independent course of * the editor shall deem just, uninfluenced by the hope of gain or reward, and unswayed by the officers of power .or dispensers of pa_> trqnage. - . . _' ..... . In the exercise of tbie privilege, _^ hji w_^l fronr time to time, speak of tlm conduct ef ' —- ": ' ; our public men, the character of their: _niep _sures, and their principles of adraidistrsiionv But in doing, this he will aim tobejnst _jftfrf impartial, as well as free and independent_^ ' Truth shall bespoken, and such fkcttssbe* long to the public conduct of pnbfie m_«n » - shall be given without fear or favor/ Abb' Reporters are engaged...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

_^AB_^RBT WA RE-HOU SE. "O ETURNS his grateful acknowiedg-*¦•' ment3 for the very liberal encouragement which has heretofore been extended to him, and respectfully informs them that he STILL CONTINUES HIS SHOP AT THE OLD , STAND, IN CHAMDER3BUUG STREET, where be is prepared to execute the neatest &. most Which he will warrant EacAL, if not superior, to any in the place. —ON HAND—A general and extensive assortment of Mahogany, Maple and Cherry wwm&xwvpmm And of a quality, which he only asks an examination to be pronounced superior. 0_^7~Hi8 prices are reasonabl e and suited to the present times. Purchasers will save by calling at his Ware-house before they purchase elsewhere ' 03-A11 kinds of LUMBER and COUNTRY PRODUCE will -be taken in exchange for Work—for which the highest price will be allowed. 03"He deems it vnnccessaryjlo notice, particularly, that he is always prepared to make COFFINS, a» from his long practice ia the business, and strict attention...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

Cari>t watt any longer. OWING to my having made a change in my Mercantile business, it now becomes necessary _thafcl should close my former accounts—I therefore notify all those who know themselves indebted to me either by bond, note, or book account, to call and settle the same against the first day of January next. After that date those neglecting this notice will find their accounts in the hands of a proper officer for collection. 05" Those persons who gave their notes, at my Vendue last Spring, are informed that they are due, and payment is required and embraced in the above notice. By punctual attention to this notice, those indebted will confer a great favor on their friend and humble servant, -,-. thomas Mcknight. November 8, 1831. 4t*—31

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

LECTURES ON CHEMISTRY. * WT is proposed to deliver a course of Lee-•¦¦ tures . o<_Tthlfi!"1 tnterestingand useful science, in which its principles will be familiarly explained, and elucidated by numerous experiments. The " whole of. the proceeds of these lectures will be appropriated to procuring Apparatus for the use of the Gettysburg Female Academy. The first Lecture will be delivered gratis, on the evening of Tuesday the22dinst.&t half past 6 o'clock, at the Female Academy, when the terms, which shall be moderate; will be made known. It is hoped that those who would engage In a study so delightful and amusing, and all who feel friendly to our design, will favor us with their attendance. Nov. 8,1831.. tl—31

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

lSSi_» _HOUSED, t\m a, large Stone ' Barn, and a good Orchard; Alloway _s Creek runs close to the house. A _^ood proportion of-_«aid farm is in TIMBER, and the balance cleared land, with good Meadows. The New Road from Litflestown to Emmit_6burg passes by this farm. Terms will be made known on day Of sale* _Saleto commence at 12 o'clock, M., when due attendence will be given by . JONAS _SPANGJuER, ) , JOHN LINERT, j _Adrn _w_^ Novembers, 188_J. _^ ,., . ' ts^—81

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

jmyp _®m_®_82 The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has received a late and fresh supply of . . .. NEW GOODS, Suitable to tEe season, which _will~b~ e §btd low for Cash or Country Produce; and also that he has taken Andrew Deardorff into partnership with him in the Mercantile business. He hereby tenders his thanks to his friends and customers for the liberal encouragement already received, and hopes fora continuance of their favor and patronage_, thomas Mcknight. November 8, 1881. 4t*—31

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

FUBLZO SAXZZ |N pursuance of an order of the Orphans -_"- Court of Adams County, the subscribers will offer at public sale, On Saturday the TUffiaf~DelieW>er ~ hJ3% -r on the premises, THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY. Late, the estate of Daniel Spong ier, dee'd, situate in Mountjoy township, Adams co., consisting of a J_^ AR-JW. ffi _gra& containing 200 Jt€jRf2& , _y^*_P' more or less, adjoining lands of -^¦_to _"_- Jacob Spangler, Jonas Spangler, and others, on which are erected, two good

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

JftotmtpleatoMt MtWemmu ,. _" ATTEJTTiam ' • _J* . * Barrettrin Mountjoy (_owbfhipion _<_rtkf wkiayw_^_.atll _odoekyA. Mf,_wittr_«»p|' : and accoMtremantsinfeompleUmiff. , ' w" \, ¦ ' PETER E _^ PLEYJr.jOJt ,, _r\^% - V. B.-_^A Court of _Apped _wiU to_^i;^ -; the samt time andplaca_,^^ _jmuA f _^r_? ., _~ J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 8 November 1831

LOTS FOR BAUD The subscriber will,offer at public sale, On Wednetday the _SOA instant, at 12 o'clock, M. at the Court House, Two Lots of GfdtiBdf Situate on the South side of High Street, opposite the German Church, in th» Boroug h of CMttysburg. The Terms will be orade known on the day of sale. ¦ _^_- ... JPHILIP _EEAGY. ' _Notehib_«i _S _^ MtH_^ \. ,.p_±4l, • ' " ¦ ¦ • '. . . ¥¦¦•¦ ¦ .

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