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

TO MY CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE, that I have_applied to the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges have appointed Monday the 28th of Nov_^pber ne xt, for <he hearing of me and-my credit6rs, atthe Court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, ' where you may attend if. you think pjttper. ¦ -: - - **- • rijfiORafe EVILHOCK. * *_%_j_^mtil ftr CT,. 1831./ •.- . / 4w—25. ¦Vi-/; - ¦ ¦ •¦ , ' ¦;.A . - _, ¦ ' ¦;¦:¦ . - - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ _¦:¦ . ¦ ¦ :!: ¦¦ , _XW _\, .-<_, ' ¦ ;¦

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

Ten JDoUars Reward. T_*Y authority of the Town Council of -¦-_* ther Borough of Gettysburg, I hereby oner a reward of TEN DOLLARS, for such information as shall lead to the conviction in the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, of the person or persons who committed a wanton and malicious outrage upon the property of a traveller, at the house of James Gourley, in said borough, on the night of tho 17th inst. ROBERT SMITH, Burgess. Gettysburg, Nov. 1, 1831. 4w—30

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

_IROJT! IROJVU npHE subscril_>er offers Iron for sale at -*- the reduced price of $5 50 per cwt., gross, and $4 92, nett. He has on hand a large assortment of all kinds of _MrtMl_, rolledTnd Kammered. DAVID ZIEGLER; -_^Oetotwr I'8rre9t7-. —44—38-

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

_JWolice is hereby Given, fJ lO all persons concerned, tliat.th'tf" Ac-¦¦ - count of John Wkmjmt, Committee of JOSEPH HUTTON, a Lunatic, will b« presejrted for confirmation, at the next court of Common Pleas, to be held at Gettysburg, on the Fourth Monday of JSovember next GEO. WELSH, Proth'y. October _S5, 1831. 4t—29

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

DOCT. S. XVX. TUDOR, _^^FFERS his Professional services to the _^-_* public generally, and can 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 — 8 November 1831

WOOD WltiL o_,t all times be received in pay merit for the Star/ It is needed vc ry mucjh at present. ( _, .

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

JOB I»R\?_iTimQ JSXKCTJTED WITH NEATNESS AND. DESPATCH i . ¦ ' '" '¦ ¦ " A» this oraqaJ ' " ¦ '" V . '* _\' ¦ . " . • ¦ ¦ >- . ¦- ' _v ¦¦ ¦ , ¦ • ¦ ¦ ' - , ¦ • ¦ ;:: ¦ " . ¦ ¦: \^:\ - ' -- ' - " ' ¦ • /¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

"Thrice happy time—Bout portion of the various year, in which Nature rcjoiceth, smiling on her works, Lovely, to full perfection brought." How beautiful is Autumn! The scenery of nature is enlivened by a variety of new colours. The leaves of the forest assumo a golden hue, struggling, as it were, to excel their former splendor, by an adventitious beauty, a precursor of final decay. Fkwera and _plants hang down their heads, _conscidus of the deathlike sleep of winter fast creeping over them.*' The "sere and yellow leaf" is scattered in profusion over the ground by the western breezes, and the songsters of the grove are carrolling a farewell to the scenes of their summer campaign. "In dappled livery Nature now is clad, Like bonny Soot, in many-colored plaid." _*- How beautiful is Autumn 1 It is the season of plenty. The husbandman gathers into his garner the reward of his sweat and toil. His heart is cheered with the prospect that his winter fire-side will be enlivened with the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

QN_^ATTENING H06_& As there is so little economy observed uy fattening hogs in this part of the country, 1 beg leave to notice that also, and point out a better and cheaper mode. The common1 practice is to purtfiem uTa large pen: in a wet season they are soon up to their knees ' in mire and have not a dry spot to lie on.—' In this situation there must be much corn wasteel, and they Cannot possibly thrive _Aut slowly. My practice has been to make two* square pens adjoining; they are both floored! with rails, and one of them is so covered as_? to, turn the rain, and is _welFlittered with? leave? Or straw, and fresh lifter added at? least once a week. In the other pen * trough is placed, in which they are fed from? twice to three times a day. One meal they ale fed on peas, and the other two on corn;; it is sometimes boiled and well salted, and at other times, raw. This ' has been my practice for three winters; and my hogs have always fattened Very fast, and eat less than ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

G SMt_^KP made Jg _WMJIT! The _CmzBN's new head J Do not flounce neighbor! for in spite of thy head . We must laugh at thy attempts fo bp smart-But we now stand corrected, for W should have ¦aid •,, _^ » . That the « n«o Mad" has not change* th_^oW heart. Bat vthen _nejt thou dos't change, vnp kindly advise Thee, with more caro to select Iby new stock, For thy civic patrons we think, will not prize, - 2\po Amu cut from the tame block! AOAIN. u He haschange'd hi_» hnad—by Jove 'tis true! Say what _#tl next befall ? Tis false! saTd Tom? who orer knew UtbadahtadataUr' _, - ANOTHER. "You must have hit your neighbor Sharp, - lfoo_» <Ae/lead quito put—ypuVe anger'd him I Woll_, let him carp, _> " Wt'U makeO _tharp Aflat! * AND YET ANOTHER! His caption's changed! would that in its _stoad He half changed!—what?—theoicZ block-head! There!—that will do for one sitting, and if you will only keep in good humor, and not use hard words, we will give you a fat? lessons ift ep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS TRUSTEES' SAKS. The _subscribed,_Trusteesof JohnCrown, will offer _jit public Bale, On Saturday' the 3d day of December next, on the - promises, •CTMiXRACT «§g on which said Brown now lives. Situate part in Adam ' s County, Pennsylvania, and part in Frederick County, Maryland; three milea from Littlestown, one mile and a half from Peter's Tavern and one mile from David Shriver's Mill, between the Taneytown and Emmittsburg road, and adjoining lands of Deitrich Bishop, Morits . Budy, Jehn Bowers and others; Containing about 132 Jlcres of land, of which 40 Acres is Tinibcr, 16 _Mcatlow _^ and the balance in a good state of cultivation. The-improvements are a QUOD iRi _HOUSE, Ml and Barn, with an Orchard of choice fruit, a well of excellent water at the door—Possession will be givdn on the 1st day of April next. . 03-The Terms of sale will be made known by either of the subscribers, living in _Littlestown.u Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

<£S>®W_> &4J _>j' Jj_2t ( The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he baa received a late and fresh supply of J ;' ] ' i _NEW GOODS, Suitable to the season, which will be sold low for Cash or Country. Produce; and also that he has taken Andrew Deardohff 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, 1831. 4t*~31 CanH wait any longer. OWING to my having made a change in my Mercantile business, it now becomes necessary that I 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 Bame 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 col...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

_ga!S3 O&Ui3>&£I0>o "With _BwetUtt floxecn enrich'd From t>ariou« _eardews euUV-witfc core." 4 THE PLEASURES OF HOME. Ah, why, when afflicted with torturing pain, When my limbs throb with anguish, and bow'd is my soul, ' And "thick coming fancios" encircle my brain, With myriads ofdomons defying control. ,. Still burns in my bosom unsullied and pure, By hope fondly chorish'd a bright glowing flamo? It is not that liio still exhibits a lure, Of pleasures, of honor, of wealth or of famo. O no! 'tis tho life giving ardor which springs Like the fountain of faith in a voUryVbrcast, For _thou, who if matter, like spirits had _wingsf ThU night on my bosom securely _shoulcftrost. In fancy the loved ono of years I behold, Rush forward to _meot mo, with joy beaming " eyes With the smile of an angolo'on such as we're told ¦ Invitea the freed spirits of bliss in tho _skiea. Tho innocent pledges of lore, too appear, As t/_ioy irolic and sport round th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

"STAND BACK A LITTLE." Said an old gentleman to a very livelylittle boy, who was pressing very closo-.to the edge of a millra.ee some men were digging—" stand back a little, the ground will cave ir> with you.?' He had hardly _^ got the words through his teeth before the " event anticipated Qccurred_^the boy fell and broke hisarrn. The example seemed p me applicable to a _^great many cases _ofccijnmon occurrences of We. . ¦ r { ;, I '.. A disposition to pushfonoardtoo fast and too far, has been the ruin _' of many a fine feU lbwj whjje an unfortunate drrridencehaa eonsigned a great many_^also ' to unmorited oblivion. There1 is a rnedium between these two extremes, a doyiatien _^ from which on either side must a&w_^s 'bo fb_\_lowdd by evil conse-Oiiciices. ' • ¦' '.. , ' : _> . _„ _" Stand _Itack a little, I would say to a man who is eagerly bent on acquiring popularity among men, by spreading abroad his own tame, and saying those things for himself tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

THE YANKEES ' One man at Charlestown, Mass. lias gathered 363 _lbs _^ _tf _sqitasltes from one seed—another _ti|t Portsmouth plucked an apple from one of his trees that weighed 1 lb< 10 .oz.— and, the cotp .of a third _. dextrously shook a quince tree',_ond oaf a peck of the golden fruit! A fourth makes about 1,000 dollars a,year by the manufacture _ofohaving boxes to assist the operation of nulHficating the beards of southern gentlemen—A .fifth grows wateff _tndoni weighing 394 lbs. So they go on. Wkh any thing—from a shaving box to a ship, froir* contriving wooden nutmeg*fc> tho use of; the bayonet—fyom making cider to handling 32 pounders, the Yankee always wishes to "go a-hcad;"-and he vAU sit downy with a pen knife, to make a clock out of cedar shingles—or enter for a three year's voyage! to the Pacific to harpoon whales—"just as it happens!" Two of them, seme years ago, took a trip to Canton in an old sloop, in which thoy built an oven and commenced the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

SOTS FOR _SAXS. The subscriber will offer at public sale, On Wednesday the 90th instant, at 12 o'cloSk, M. at the Court Honsis_, Two Lots of Ground, Situate on the South side of High Street, opposite the German Church, in the Borough of Gettysburg. The Terms will be made kriown op the day of sale.' " ¦ v • •" ¦ ¦ "'• ¦ PHILIP HEAGY. -Novembe>8, 1831. "" ts—31

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

y JYWice is hereby €Uvcn, ' rW!Q all persons concerned, that the Ac-3r count t)_f John Weight,. Committee of JOSEPH SUTTONTa Lunatic, will be presented for confirmation,_^ the next court ofCommon _Tleastto be hehiafc _Gettysburg on the Fourth Mdndayqf Ji&oembertwxi _O^). WELSH, PhrtK'y. October; 85, 1831 j» ' 4t—29

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

THE Commissioners of Adams County will receive WRITTEN PROPOSALS, on Thursday the _ltt day of December next, for furnishing the Court-house and Prison with Wood for the ensuing year By order, DAVID HORNER, CJ'_lf. November 8,1831. - tt—31

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

PUBLIC S4UUB IN- pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Adams County, the subscribers will oiler at public sale, . On Saturday the 10th of _December next, on the premises, THAT _VALUABLE PROPERTY. Late the estate of Daniel S p ongier, dee'd, situate in Mountjoy township, Adams co., consisting of a, JF _A._iCJxi. J8_jjSjB_> containing; »©O JiCMUES_^pHF more or less, adjoining lands of ""*•¦¦¦- Jacbb Spangler, Jonas Spanglery«nd others, •n which are creeled, two good -» llf» _HOUSED a large Stone Barn, and a good Orchard; Alloway's Creektruns close to the, house* A good proportionof said farm isin TINT BER_. and the balance cleared land, with good (Meadows. The Newjtoad from Lit-?_lestqwn to Emmittsburg passes by this farnr Terms will be made known ontfay of sale* . Sale to commence at 1? o'clock, M., when due _aitendenee will be given by * JONAS _4E- ANOLEB;>k ,.,Y •*. _' ¦ ¦ ¦;/'" JDHNIJN15RT, jA _4mr _f* November*), 1831. / /* V-_»l . jg». - .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 15 November 1831

ODD fie EVEN SYSTEM. tflaryUuidrStnte-XiOttcryf No. 9, fob 1831. To be drawn in Baltimore on WEDNES- DAY, the 30lh instant. HIGHEST 1'llIZE, 0,000 DOLLARS! scheme: lprizoof _«C,000 5 fiO 2 1,000 10 20 8 _. _AQft ,20 10 2 ,§80-100 5 2 _* 200 150 3 4prize_»of WOO 10000 2 Ilulf _TickotiTOne Dollar—Quarters 50cl». TO BE HAD AT _CLi ARK'S, Ofllceg_, JV. W. corner of Baltimore and Calvert, N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay, N. E. cor- ner of Baltimore and Charlet-sta. O_*Where tho highest prize in the rocont State Lottorios hus been ofloner sold than atany othor offices!! ! . O_"0rders, oithor by mail (postpaid) or pnvato conveyance, enclosing the cash for prizes, will meet the _samo prompt and punctual _attention, as if on _porsonol application. Addrawto £ JOBS§SJjLaR K, Lottery Igmaer, Baltimore. November 1,1831. w _- ' td—30 -- iJ' ' i -

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