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

PUBLICJ3AI_.E. On Monday the 12th, and Tuesday the 13_<_A of December next, I will sell my stock of ^) MOR SES, _cattleJE rJUunmravtbnsus, - SttAV & WBJU&P, and other things usual to carry on Farming. A credit will be given. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. w. each_day, Til A DDEUS " STEVENS. November 29, 1881. . ts—34

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

_' - _- , : r _MARRflilX, " " • " ¦ " ¦'¦ ' ¦ On the 3d Inst. b y the Rev. S. Gutelius, Mr. .ToNATKAitKunNrrrEa, to _Mifts Mart ZiLLlta—both of this county. ¦ ' On |ho 10th inst. by the _samo, Mr. Jambs Ciib, of tliis county, to Miss. Susannah _Maus, of Fred_, erick county,; MA, " . .. - On the 9tli imrt. By the Rev. L. L. Hinsrh, Mr. HknryCru.m, to Miss Catharine Steinoua—both of Menallen township. _% On Tnesday week laBt,by the same, Mr.THOS. Sili.ick, to Miss Elizabeth Kno ' use—both of Menallen township. Oh ihename day,' by the same, Mr. Arthur _StuvK._ns, of Cumberland county, to Miss Mary Swisiilr, of Tyrone township, Adams county. ' In lbe<State of Tennessee, on the 6th ult. Dr. Wm. II. Thompson s to Miss Hannah L.Gili.ilasd_, daughter of Samuel Uilliland, deceased, formerly of this county.

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

I)J,EI) , On Friday week" last, John-Lucius, infnnt son of John L. Fuller, Esq. of this borough, aged 3J months. -. _-¦ _( On"Tuesday the 15th inst. Jonathan Neely, Esq. of Tyrone township, agod 73 years. On the 14th ult. Mm. Sarah _AIonkurt, ofStraliiin towuship, in the G4th year of her age. On the 8th inst Mrs. _Dardaha Miller, of Mt. Pleasanrtownship, in the 8_tith year of ht>r ago. On the 4Ui inst. Mrs. Mary l,rrii.E, consort of Mr. . Henry Little, of Littles-'i'own, -in the 5!)tii year of hor age. r ( On the same day, MiROARTr, daughter _^of Mr. John Ungorer, ofGormany township, in tho 10th yoar of her age. This unfortunate child was instantly killed, by having her head smashed by the rolling of a log, which her futhor was putting on the saw-mill.—Compiler,

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

From the Philadotfia Sentinel. - MRS. _CHAPMjtf TAKEN. The governor of _thipmmonwealth having received authentio_™ on»iation from the inquisition who exan*ed the . body of the deceased Mr. Chapn»» of Andalusia, that he had come to his i_*tn _DY poison administered to him by flp mi& Mrs. Chapman, issued his proclam/ _kn some weeks ago, offering a reward 6_tV™° hundred dollars for ,Kpr apprehensidiiWna having been previously arrested » committed tq prison. —* Immediately o_^e ifeceipt of this, our active and efficiei «»gn Constable / Willis H. J_*layney,_set o/> pursuit of her to the state of Naw_«V'ork_*Wth«p It _yas _ascertained, she had fled. After following hei as far as Grove, in Alleghehycctunty, Mr. _BJo/ney found himsolf In the inidst of a number of her relatives, and finding that .the prospect of her arrest was endangered by his personal presence, he made an affidavit of her being a fugitive from justice before Squire Jones, who afforded him every fac...

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

NOTICE A MEETING 6f the "Temperance So- " ¦^*- ciety of Gettysburg and its ticinity" will ho held at the Court House, on Saturday the 10th of December _nextfeX 3 o'clock P. M., when several addresses will be delivered by persons selected for that purpose. It u earnestly requested that the Members of the Society will be more punctual in their attendance than heretofore, as there will be a-motion made at that time to amend one of the Articles' of the Constitution.—The Citizens are respectfull y invited to attend-. I S_; ft. RUiSJBLL_, Sec'ry. Nov. 20,18a|» :; * ¦ • _' _; tin—34

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

Here shall the _trsbs the Peop _lft rights proclaim Unaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by uain. Tuesday ltjorniua, _ffovenUwu1 >*_9, V*3*«

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

S2aO(_33&2i4V.SJ._30vO< The Rose of Jaentetth, iFrom the Philadelphia "Casket.1 '] Eumt of Menteith was a beautiful girl; her high forehead and her bright blue eye, the " mild, yet haughty expression of her countenance, her tail and majestic carriage, and the faultless _symetry of her shape; accorded well with the tartan plaid and plural ed cap the maidens of her cbiintry wore. Brig ht and beautiful indeed was the fair Rose of Menteith, (for so from her childhood the gallant highlanders had called her,) yet the fair form was surpassed by the noble soul which rilled it. Reserved and proud aae- certainly waa, and yet uithal so kind, that you looked upou her as some brighter and purer being; one who was worthy almost of worship. And the old earl of Menteith ddated on his daughter with somewhat of passionate.fondness; and the earnest return she made of his affection endeared her still more inlhe _^ eyeaof all who beheld her.— There was another, too, who adored her, ...

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

ApVERTISEMEKTS. _DOCT. S. ML TUDOR, _ffeFFERS his Professional services to the _^-_^ public generally, and can always be found at his father's residence, at the house formerly occupied by Jamp%. Mo ' rrisson, within one mile and a half _ofmmpton. Fair Mount, June 14, 1831. tf—10 The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has received a late and fresh supp l y of ¦ ¦ _' ¦ ' ¦ • • ¦ _tfEW GOODS, Suitable to the season, which will be sold low for Cush or Country 'Produce; and also that he has taken Andrew Dearijoiiff 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 for a continuance of their favor and patronage_, thomas Mcknight. November 8, 1831. 4t*—31 Can't wait any longer. _£\\VISG 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 themselv...

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

LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. The Pennsylvania Telegraph. Will be published on* large Imperial sheet with new type twice a week, during the Sessionofthe Legislature. It will contain full and impartial Reports _ol the proceedings _^ that body, and a summary of the debati_*, on all important questions, together with such remarks as the independent course of the editor shall _deom just, uninfluenced by the hope of gain or reward, and unswayed by the officers of power or dispensers of patronage. In the exercise of thi? privilege, he will from time to time, speak of the conduct of our public men, the character of their measures, and thoir p/inciples of administration. But in doing this he will aim to bo just and impartial, as well ns free and _independent. Truth shall be spoken, and such facts as belong to the public conduct of public men. shall be given without fear or fuvor. Able Reporter&_#re engagpd. Arrangements aro also made for giving the earliest reports of the proceedin...

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

LEGISLATIVE REPORTS. Pennsylvania Intelligencer. The Pennsylvania Intelligencer, being the only paper located at the capital of the State , which'independent of men or popular caprice, advocates the American System; and having the advantage of location in a place, to which, all the eyes r V1 ¦* ComVnonwealth are directed, as the _sc<"* of operations of the State Governme., ¦; appeals to the friends of Pennsylvania pc cy for support. v The next session of the Legislature will be one of peculiar interest to every class of citizens in this Commonwealth. The system of Internal Improvement,and the means to prosecute it, will be engrossing and im portant topics. The Editors themselves will be in attendance on both Houses, and the debates on all important questions will be given, fully and impartially. The EdU tors arc determined to make * the _Intelligent cer during the «oming session of the . Legis, latirrc, unsurpassed by any public _JournjiJ in the State, as a faithful R...

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

CO.lCH-J*_AJUJ\*€i _, *c •' "- -^^-^^^^^¦^¦¦¦e_^-_^L_^L_^L_^P_^-_^JL_^L_^Ll_^_SSp_^^^_hsw ¦ mwml_^&WLWk ' Respectfully informs the public that he has removed to his iVeie Shop in Ckambersbtarg Street, a few doors West of the Court House, WHERE HE IS FRERAREU TO • Make, Trim, and Repair OF-EVKHY, DE3CHIPTION, —ALSO—S A. J3 1||kj|_£§ p_^ JLpJL.e!4_^9 BRIDLESSADDLEBAGS, Portmanteaus, Harness, Trunks, and every other article in his tine of business, with" neatness, durability and despatch. He returns his thanks for [>ast encouragement, and shall endeavor to merit a continuance " of the same.' "' '•>_- ¦ July 26,1831. * tf—16 ,

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

Pennsylvania Reporter. ''•" - LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. DURING the approaching Session, tho Pennsylvania Reporter will contain full, fair, and impartial reports of the proceedings of both branches of the legislature. Competent reporters are already engaged, who will attend regularly in the Senate and House of Representatives during their sessions. The Reporter will be printed on a fine large imperial sheet, with _itamll type, which will enable us lo give the reports of the proceedingsand debates, in both houses, at great length; and no exertions will bo spared to render it interesting to the public in general, and particularly to the citizens of Pennsylvania, as a faithful record _^ of its legislative proceedings. The terms will bo the same as heretofore, viz: For tho session, twice a week, in _adrance, $3 00 "Forth<rwhote"year; _^_THT 0_^7~Tho accounts due for subscription to the Reporter, from its commencement, November 20,-1-8277 have been transferred to tn _" e subsc...

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

COME . AND SEE THB _gRBBH PALL_^OODSWyOVYIEI_, COJWFQRT has •¦^ just received from Philadelphia, a new and beautiful assortment of FAXX& WINTER GOODS _CONSISTINO OF—Superfine Blue, Black, t ~_ i_^_fwvms c_* Mixed and Olive $ _^ **\ ¦**» CASSINETS, BLANKETS, FLANNEL, MERINO SHAWLS, French <k English Merinoes & Crape Royal, for dresses. Black Bombazetts, Circassians, Tartan Plaids and Camlet CLOAKS, English & Italian Lustring SILKS, With almost ' every other article in his line of business. His stock of Goods having been selected with great care, will be sold on very accommodating terms. fl_^Persons wishing to purchase largely, will find t to their advantage to call and examine—they jnay rest assured of having Goods_^f fered_* them as cheap as at any other house in the place. . -r-ALSO—•£ large lot of FROM, ; Has just been received from Arnold & Stevens' Forge, warranted of a superior quality—which will be sold low. ' i _,'_.. Gettysburg,, Octo...

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

_fjajS (B&Stb&SnDa ' _" _" ¦ ."With _tateltM flowers enrich'd — Fnrm MriStu gardens eull'd with care." BEAUTY'S GRAVE. . Tread ioWy, _«tr»Bger! this is _cround Which no radc fooUlep should imprest; With Under pity° gaze around,. L_«t _sadnora all thy soul possess. _Ttctd softly! lest thou crush the flowers • That o'er this turf ar« taught to wavo, Transplanted from their natife bowers To shed their _aweeU o'er 'Beauty • « _Grare And stranger, let your melting heart Mark well this fresh and verdant sod; And ere you from the scene depart, O! lot your soul commune with God. Thus fade the fragile buds of earth, Thus fade the lovely and the brave I Come here, ye thoughtless sons of mirth, And pause awhile _o'n 'Beauty's Grave.' Sweet withered rose! may thy pale doom Call tears into the virgin's eye! Oh may the prospect of this tomb Remind her, ' all that live must die!' And warn her in the days of youth, To think of Him who being gave, And bid her seek the ways of t...

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

_ITMIIE subscriber respectfully tenders his " -*• thanks to his friends, and the public generally, for their liberal encouragement, and informs them that lie has just returned Q$fm5fh' lS ,.C't 'e8 of Philadelphia and Baltitunore _wHli _^a? LARGE ANO Sr-LENDID ASSORTMENT OP. SEASONABLE GOODS, AMONO WHICH AKE, CLOTHS, CASSIMBRES < ">d SATINETS: BLANKETS, FLANNELS, TARTAN PLAIDS, _$«¦ _fr. WIIU..A_.JIA5lliaOJtE_AsaOllTJtENX_^.O.l' _._ English and French super royal MERINOS, & Merino and Thibet SHAWLS. ___: (_£rAs Puffing is unnecessary, I only request a call, to oblige Your obedient serv't. SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK. " TGeTtysburg, " O_^ober~?7183I_^ " 4t-26 :

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

WORTHY ATTENTION. _FJMHE subscriber respectfully informs his -^\ customers and the public, that he "is just receiving a fresh supply of _* FAJLli _GOOOS. - CONSISTING OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Queens Ware and Hard Ware, Stoves and Hollow Ware, Iron and Lumber, &c. All cheap for CASH and COUNTRY PRODUCE. &c. THOMAS _JT. COOPER. N. B. 1 return my thanks to those that have attended to my last notice for calling and settling; and wish others to call and settle, where their accounts is of old standing. T. J. C. October 18, 1831. 4t—28

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

To the Printing _Business H wlrrfedtiinmediatdy,*_£-& Star Qffiq*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 December 1831

"¦ /nSi_^^_s ' ¦ "' ¦' " \' ariou*i ""^_an ' That the. mind of ilmullory man, _utmtious of change Anil jilfiifrd with novelly_, may he iminlgrtl." - To conduct a leading newspaper well, i.-t not so easy a matter as many idlers imii_^ine. Every body who spiurf out of U' inoruiug a King rigmarole speech—<>r who strings a fow rhymes togcther-j-or any M. C. who' boras the _liivlion and p:_»_ts t'<m<rrf;ss to sicop —imagines that to write editoriuls lor newspapers is like Dogberry's _ivadiii_^ and writing—"it conies In untur." To niako a good etlitor, reijuires the essence of thirty nu.-iit--hers of (^_ungress, twenty fourth of July orators, and about a dozen modern |_x>»;ts, to " say nothing of the _thousiuid flowei-s caught from the "living manners an they rise" OCCULTATION.—Early in the evening of-Friday, _Duceuilwr Oth, the beautiful planet Jupiter, will, with all his _snteliUis, appear to the inhabitants of the l_>. States, to Iks ecli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 December 1831

' / ' ¦¦ , ; _QFFICE_^_lTTinB STAR, - •_';;¦;• _CkakbbwboAo _SrssfeT, . 1 few * doors y Wh s* of Ms. Fokht's Ta vek;_C ' ¦=—»? • _ADVERTISEMENTS _CiH!|itctiaasly inserted four times Tor onk noIitA» per fquare—ovef four times, tw«ntt-wvk «ati per •_qusu»»»ill be charged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 December 1831

payable half-yeaily in _advance Ne ifl_* _Iterations taken for less than six months, and . none _discontinued _imtimlarrearges arcpaidf —A failure to notify a _discontinuance, will be considered a new engagement and the" paper forwarded accordingly. : 1

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