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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

' A I) V K RTISIbmE 2_TTS. PUBLIC_^ SAL E. Will be sold at public sale, on the premises, (by adjournment,) On Saturday the 3d of December next, Jggjpk A TRACT Or •55 j_^^jnf, Containing 230 Acres, more or less, late the property of Win. Bigham, deceased, fituate in Liberty township,"Adams county, _Adjoining lands of Robert S. _Guier, David- Roth, and others. The improvements arc a two-tory a double log Barn, with other out-{¦•••_& buildings; an excellent well ofwat-lM l Mi er with a pump, convenient to the dwelling —an orchard containing a variety of fruiitrees; a sufficiency of meadow and timber for the farm* ALSO, A TENANT HOUSE, With out-buildings. The above property will be sold togeflicr or divided to suit purchasers. Persons wishing to view the properly, will call on Mrs. Bigham, who resides on the farm.— Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. M. when the terms will be made known, and duo attendance given, by . JACOB MYERS, Executor. November 15,1831. u 32

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

FARMS FOR RENT. Will be offered for rent, by public outcry, Ore Friday the 2d of December next, on the premises, f|^ It .if Arm, _^J_^^ Situate in Straban township, Ad _ams county, three miles from Gettysburg, en the rond lo Huntcrstown, containing .220 Acres, more or less; the improvements on which aro a _^m_^L l_*_OG _HOUSE,if||» Log Barn, a Well near the duor, JMtt_^_k and an ORCHARD. *-*_-_^ —ALSO,— On Saturday the 3d of December next,— _^H £1 dFi_\vmt _^Jfcfc_. Situate in Straban township, Adams county, about six miles from Gettysburg, on the Turnpike Road to York, containing 2OO JMcreSs more or less—the improvements On which are, a _Jb&tHL. two;_story JLOCf **<>*** \_R\faL good Barn, a Well of water near kuifiSP the door, &c.' _™^^ Vendue to commence at 12 o'clock, M., on each day, when attendance will be given, and tornia made known, by CORNELIUS LOTT, Executor of Geo. Bercaw, dee'd. November 15,1831. fS—32

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

¥N pursuance of an Order of the Orphans' ¦¦• Court of Adams county, the subscriber will ofier at public sale, On Saturday the IQth of December next, at 12 o'clock, m. on the premises, Ji _TMUMCT OF JbJlJmy Part of the Estate of JACOB GILBERT, deceased, situate in Menallen township, Adams county, adjoining lands of Philip Long, John Rex, Henry Bender and others, Containing 116 Acres, and al-* lowance, of Patented Land, On which _jire erected, a__ two-story _jhl_^ weather-boarded p***^L Mf _tv e IHn ff' House, .«!« and Stone Back Building, which has been kept as a TAVERN, a Bank Barn, Tenant-house, and Smith-shop. There are two Wells of good water, and two Orchards, on-the premises. Attendance will be given, and terms of sale mode known on the day of _sale;, by DAVID _WILLI S, Adm ' V. By tho Court, _JOHN B. CLARK, Clerk. November 22, 1831. ts—33

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

_WiriouH _flutters. By the explosion of 200 lbs. of powder in the Magazine noar Savannah, Geo. on the 2Gth ultr seven " persons"~were killed, five within and two without the building. The maga7anet__aJjrickJMilJjng_1 _wa8L _tpioLJo pieces and its fragments scattered in every direction. The accident was occasioned by a spark which was elicited in cooper-ing some barrels of powder. ~ Levy of Catholic troops.—The following extraordinary statement is extracted from the Roman _AJalholic Magazine, for August 1831, under the head "Rome," page 445. "Wo have heard from good authority that his holiness has, through the Nuncio, Monsignor Spaddacini, applied to the British government for permission to raise a body of 10,000 troops in Ireland, and that the application luia been _successful." 6rv_*he4th inst. the Cotton Gin of Josiah Coftield, Esq. of Edenton, N. C. was entirely destroyed by fire, with the cotton and other articles which were within.V The accident occurred from a spark fl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

WAR BETWEEN CHINA AND GREAT BRITAIN. The brig Ospray, from St. Helena bound to Salem, has put into Charleston in distress. She reports that "the British East Indii Company's Sloop of War Coote, arrived at St. Helena, 16th Sept., with despatches for England, announcing that the English Factories at Canton hail been broken up by the Chinese—the servants attached to the Factories heads taken off—the likeness of King George was torn down and trampled undor foot—the trees in the Factories torn up, &c. All commerce between the English and Chinese ceased after 10th August, and the British ships hud ail letl Macoa_. Should a War between the Emperor of China and the King of Great Britain grow out of the _tabove sanguinary proceedings, it may seriously affect the Jtradeof this country with China, as the British would _doubtless blockade the port of _Cahtou and cut off its trade.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

HORRORS OF INTEMPERANCE Frankfort, (Kir.) November I.-—The annul* of this country have again been stained by the _detraction of a citizen' by the hand of Iris fellow man. Two persons residing near the' Forks of Elkhorn—Parker and Asberry—met at a tavern in their neighborhood, on Tuesday, now a fortnight ago. There, after they had become excited by liquor, a dispute arose between them about —a penknife. One said the other had his knife; the latter retorted that it was a lie; wrangling ensued, with cursing and _swearr ing, such as is common with course and vulgar men, under the jnfluence of liquor*—blows were struck, and a fight began; but the. combatants , were presently paTted.-<- Parker left the tavern, _andi having provided hitrtfcelf with 4 piece of a fence stake, for a cudgel called at anothertavorn, on the road near by. While there, Asberry passed, on Im' s way home. Asuoon-as Parker discov- ered hie had gone by, her mounted las horse and pursued after him. As ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

STRAY CATT£,E_, fiAMEto ' the enclosures ef the subscri-^-_^bor, in Cumberland township, in the county of Adams, tun rrtinyjguuwM _jfft STEERS, about 2 years old, _Nffi|SBffif_» one a brown colour, and thefffi_^_Tff • other a red with a white._streak1 **1 '^*** along the bacjq and slits or holes in the ear, T_[io aforesaid cattle came to the en* closures of the subscriber sometime about the 6th of this month. The owner is desir_, ed to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take thorn away, HENRY BISHOP. November 15, 1831. 41—32

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

SIX CENTS REWARD. RAN AWAY from the. subscriber livi»g in New Oxford, Adams county, Pa. on the 10tkinsUjuj indented _apprentice to the Carpenter-tracte, named PETER RASER. I her eby caution all persons from harboring or employing said apprentice; for, as he absents _^ himself,from me without any just cause _' , I will positive prosecute all those who may harbor1 of employ him in dofianoe of this notice. The above reward will be paid Tor his,delivery. _JOSEPH MARTIN, Berwick Township, £ _, j < Noycmta IS, law- V " ' ¦ A-~*$

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

»'THK ItPRBMACT OF THE I.A_^VS. »» Democrat!* Antt-Maaonlo NomluatlOBl FOR PRESIDENT, William IfVrf, ofMd. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ¦%fA "* Amos FMmaker, of Pa. (_LTSeveral articles intended tor this No. hare beon crowded out. ' O"We hop© all wild are opposed to GoV. Wolf and Taxation, will attend to the call in to-day's paper for a county convention. ¦ Balti._mose Market.—Flour _Inst Friday, bro't ••5 37_J per brl. from . the wagons. Wheat and other grain romain about the same as last .weok's q uotations. The election in this Congressional District has terminated in favor of the McCoy aud Wolf party-Thin result was anticipated by all. The _oppoiu tion were divided between Mr. McSherry and Mr. Mahon. Mr. McSherry, through some misapprehension, for which wo believe blame can be imputed to no one, was withdrawn in Cumberland, Perry, and some parts of Franklin countins. There no tickets wore distributed lor him. He was, however, supported in Adami county, under all those disadvant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

THE AMERICAN SYSTEM, FOREVER! Wo understand that Artlmr Johnston, Thomas Martin and Win. Price, Esq. are erecting a Factory in the north end of * the town, and have purchased the Mill site on the Cavetown road, about two miles from this place, for the purpose ot erecting machinery for the manufacture of Edge '1 ools and Cutlery. A Factory similar to this is now in successful operation in Chaml>ersburg—- which proves to be highly beneficial to the town, as well as to the proprietors—besides giving •employment to a great number of hands, horses, Ate. -Were it not for a few enterprising men, our town would bo entirely lost in respect to Domestic Manufactures. Chambersburg is now doing twice the business that Hagcrstown is. In fact, there is us little business doing in Hagerstown, as any town of itssize iii the _UnToifc We hope-, however, that the enterprize of-the gentlemen above named, may prove successful and incite others to invest their capital in other establishments ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

GREENSBURG, Nov. 2. A case of slander was tried before the court on Thursday last—Jainos McCright vs. Gabriel Kimmell—in which we understand the jury rendered a verdict of one thousand dollars for the plaintiff.—rGaxette. Treasury Departmknt, _) ¦<"" .. November 16, 1831. \ The Secretary of the Treasury has received one hundred and seventy-five dollars, transmitted oiuionymously through the Post Otlice, as "a balance acknowledged at the confessional, to be due unto the U_. States", bv a member of the Catholic Church." SCRAP IRON.—An action was brought, a few days since, in the Supreme Court ot New York 4>y Moses H. Grinnell, against the Collector of ihe Port, to recover from him an alleged surplus of duty paid to/him on a large quantity of old iron which was imported to this city from London. The iron consisted chiefly of worn out articles used in husbandry and domestic concerns, such as broken spades, _shovel3_#<«jttutf "out adzes, &c. The Colle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

THE NEXT GOVERNOR. It is time to b« up ami doing. Our opponcuts are on the alert. A convention for the nomination of a candidate for Governor, as will be seen by this days paper, has been announced by the state committee to be held pn the 22d of February next at Hurrisburg. Joseph Ritnei: is the man whom we believe the anti-masonic party will rall y round in opposition to Wolf. ' A practical farmer of honest industry .and*a vigorous inind,.. welf acquainted with the tru* _iotnresj_^_s and policy of his native state. He stands before ' the public the friend of the farming interest-— the. encourager of Domestic.Manufactures —the champion of _equnl ri ghts, and the firm opponent of secret societies. It is time for the freemen-of this State to open their eves to the true interest of their countrv. The monster Masonry has the reins of government in her hands, with a set of hireling mercenaries, palmed on the people by masonic .. influence, bargajnand intrigae*—WUL the honest yeom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

To Editors and Publishers of Newspapers A CAIUJ--EXCHANGK. The publisher of tlie "American Farmer" is often solicited to exchange his journal for country papers, which,.howover excellenrin themselves, aro of little or no use to him—he has therefor* ' frequently been obliged to decline such requests, when it would have given him pleasure to comply with them, if he could have done so consistently with his own interest. In order, however, to maker such exchange* mutually beneficial, he now pror poses to exchange with any editor who will give this Hard an insertion or two, and thereafter copy weokly the Contents of each number of tho Farmer as it shall reach him, introducing and concluding it in something like the following form: The American Farmer, A NEAT WEEKLY PAPER,in quar--**- 40 form, Edited by Gideon Smith, is _published in Baltimore, Md., by /. Irvin* Hitchcock, at $5_~ per annum. _, It is devoted exclusively to _Affi ' callure, Horticulture and Rural Domestic' ' - ' _^M Dome...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

PUliLIC SALE. ¥N pursuance of an order of the Orphans' -Court of Adams County, will be exposto public sale on Saturday the _llth day of December next, _^ on the premises, A"TKJieir or _jwss _jcwjfw , -9 I_^ate the-Estate_^of John Fiekesr^!^^ Containing < H\\ilcreg mul 98 Perches, with allowance, situate in Huntington township, Adanurcounty, adjacent to the town of Petersburg, (York Springs,) adjoining lands of Fletcher Morelieud, Jacob Gardner and others, on which are erected a large and _continent two story JtflClC'jML JBm_^ HOUSE, Hft and KITCHEN, a Brick Spring-House, a double Barn, and Frame Wood-House. --There is a never failing Spring of Wuter convenient to the House and Barn, with a Fountain Pump near the Kitchen door. ; About SEVEN ACRES of the above Tract is cleared and under good fence, tho remainder covered with excellent Timber. There is an OrcKariof Peach and Apple Trees on the premises. Sale to commence at 12 .o'clock, JVf. of amid day, when attendance * w%J&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

UOROIGH _ACiOlJYTS. Robert Smith, Treasurer of the Borough of Gettysburg, "OWL* 1830, Aug.24. Tocashrec'drtfBurjess y for liconse to Messrs. Harri-> #10,0d son «t Miles «fec. _^t 3 " Ap. 25. To cash of D. McCreary i enA . fo/Pump, _. . .. .4 5 _« °? " July S3. To duplicate Borough Tax, 369,08 - • ¦ - — - ¦ ¦ t»_84(08 Balance du_*R. Smith Trea? r-—"_*- _n_^_r 011 settlement May 2, 1831, { • •361,19 . ¦ OR. By balance on settlement Atari! 16. #31.63 , 1830,Ap. 17. By cash paidiD. irf'Elroy, 7_^9 " June 9. Do. Do. M. M'Clean_, Esq. l _.Off " " Do. Do. Jas. Bowen, 5,00 " " Do. Do. D. Zieeler, 5, «> "Sept. 3. Do. Do. K-S. King, Ew. 11,00 » " 9. Bo. * Do. T. J. Cooper, 1, 9* " "80 Do. Do. C.ChriiUan, 1 „«_, Borough, \ "_'_^ « Not. 11. Do. Do_^J. F. A'FarJanh, 11,04 » "29. Do. Do,.G.8myser, E«]. 140,73 1831,March7. -D4. T. Stoven»_i E_^. 5,00 : " May 2: Do. Do. D. M'EIroy, _$0fr » " " Do. Do..T. J. Cooper. 4,0* » " » Do. Do. R_. Smith, Ijlfi-« " " Do. Do. Jno. Slent*, _&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

¦ _couwnfr isiJuju'i'jpp_^w '".-/The Freemen of _Adanw/kWy, _q_#_aitf** to Aristocracy in all its flbape^^_toe request_> ed to meet,_aUj|au- usual place* ofv noWing_^- electionsitt thellorough and To#Mili{_llr _f " On Saturday lie _lltk of December mxtr to elect two Delegate* from each- towBsinp to mnct in Convention at the Court-HottAe, ' in _tSettysburg, on Monday following, the ' 19th, to select Representatives to the State Convention iu Harrisburg on the 22d of , February next. . . The object of the State Convention being to ftoniinate a Freeman as a Candidate be-. fora the People of Pennsylrania' for the im-[HH-tant office of Governor of the Cbmmonwealth, and to proropfethe "Si_/_PREKAqy or tiik Lavs," by forming an unshackled Electoral Ticket for President and Viee-Prefidont of tl»e _Umted States, it i_^confidently _exported that every part of Adams _CoOnty ' ..„_ ¦ ., will be represented in the County Conv_€fitifen. B. GILBERT, " -) _g JAMES RENSHAW, A§ JAMES ROBlNET...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

Jidmn* Co. Official Returns Of the Election for" Member of Congress, of the Eleventh District, in room of Hon. W. Ramsey, dee'd. *-_> S3 *-i ¦ ¦*• 6 I 8 ¦ g M M 25 2 E- o > 5 W • s SB ** ssartl iso io7 42 _** Littlestown, 83 19 00 102 Oxford, 110 10 2 122 Petersburg, 76 20 41 143 Millerstown, 85... 85 L5 185 Berlin, 11 49 00 69 Mena.llen, _»4 4 16 ',54 Hunterstown, 39 14 29 82 Franklin, 44 22 00 66 Conewago, 51 17 00 68 Tyrone, 28 12 13 53 Mouhtjoy, 32 24 5 61 Bonaughtown, 50 30 1° 71 Hampton, 20 3_^ _^ 61 Total, 792 444 167 1403 03_f Franklin County give* M'Sherry ._^Ot-lM'Qoy 754, and Mahon 571; The omcial returns, from Cumberland ami Perry have not yet boon received. There it no doubt of Gen. M'Coy's bein| elected.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

BANK OF TimUNlTED STATES —The Nashville (Tenn.) Herald of the 10th inst. says—the resolutions for instructing the Tennessee delegation in Congress to Vote against the re-chartering of the United States Bank, were taken up in the Senate of .that State on the 7th inst. After a speech in favor of the resolutions, their further dissuasion was postponed till the 14th. The Herajd thinks it probable the resolutions will pass_. The «ase of Thomas J. Bond, charged with the murder of negro Daniel Plaster, _{removed from Talbot county,) came up for trial in _Queeo Anne's County Court, on Tuesday week last. From the evidence detailed in the Centreville Times, it appears that deceased was free,, but in the e«fp_)oy of the prisoner, which he appears to have left without the consent of the latterj-_^nd that the wound which occasioned his death was inflicted in a scuffle, at Miles river ferry, in consequence of an attempt on the purt of deceased to force a p s8a, «i on board the feVjy boot in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

CHUR _MJtKY_^O, House and SignJPuinlwg, &c. The subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Gettysburg and its vicinity, THAT HE HAS Ol'KKKI) .V SHOP, In Chamhershurg Street, nearly opposite Mr. Forry_'_s Tavern, _„ _F0B _XAXUFACTrRIXG _AXli JIBEAIHIM_^. CHAIRS, _tt OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ' /*% 1 —ALSO—House and 8_$gn Fainting, ¦ "JLND _TURJYIJYG, OF ALL KINDS, Neatly & expeditiously executed at all times. As he has just commenced business in this place, he hopes, by making good work on reasonable terms, to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage. WILLIAM C. MARTIN. OtrAn APPRENTICE to the above business is wanted immediately. : November 29, 1831. tf—34

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 29 November 1831

LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS _sKssiew of 1831—'32. The Harrisburg Chronicle ; Will contain nn accurate and impartial _report'of the proceedings of the Legislature, at it* enmity Session, which »ill commence at Harrisburg on Tuesday, Decomber 5,1831. A competent Reporter will be _otiguasd for _tlie House of Representatives, and one of the Editors will attend personally in _tlib Senate. No exertions will be spared to fiirniaTi the people ot r_^ennnylvaitia_, through tHv msdium of the Chronicle, with a summary of all that may be done, and a sketch of all that may be «at<?, by their Representatives at the approaching Session. The reports of Legislative _Proceedings an given in small type, which enables as le give an excellent summary, in a small space, leaving loom for 4'oIilicB, News, and Literature. Postmasters, or frionds to the establishment, _ribo will procure 6 _sesmon subscribers, and forward $10, shall receive a seventh copy gratis.— O*We will risk all remittances by mai...

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