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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

MORGAN'S MURDERERS. . It will bo soen (.says tho _Lancaster Examiner, on concluding the roportof the trial of JSlisha _Adams_.ytliat tho- persoverance of antimasons has at length traced this tragedy deary to (he end of th&fourth' set; and possibly,; as "wtrjler wiltouT?' they may be able to lift the curtain onco more, and yettraco it to the close of tivo'fifth—The logsl ovidenco adduced, (cprrob j iratedj_^o by thotidmissions of adhering masons, who aro now suffcring puniehmeatfor their compliance with tho obligationsof unlawful oaths,) places it beyond doubt that a _JiuBftEn was perpetrated nv masons, in conformity_v>ith masonic duty. _Tbhs fact, it is scarcely possible for tho _mosUfftroduloas to disbolieve. 'I'h6 _^ le{ was hatched ip-tht lodges; it was com? munici/tedto _tnasont,farand near; _ittwns function ed and approved by thorn; and it vnia.executed by Vhonorablo and _rospoctablo11 mon, _tfiaioit* moaon posMsiing the confidonco and dccoraiod with the '-...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

REPUBLICAN¦¦ AN'TIMASOYS, : On the 30th of naxt month you are _calle ' dupon to meet at your .. respcctiv.e places of _jiplding elections for the purpose of selecting delegates to moot in a County Convention in this borough, on Monday tho 2d of May tochoosc _Reprepontativos to tho Stato Convention which is to be held in Harris-Burg the 25th of May next. As you aro well awaro oftho importance of attending, we think it unnecessary to say any think mere than merely to wish you to impress it upon yourrminds. Our onomies are on the alert—they are using all that human ingenuity oan invent to take some position for the avowed object of defeating us. -Tho Lodge m now tottering—she hears oftho downfall of her Bisters in almost _every direction-—The dying knell of Masonry is borne on every breezo—And while the-friends of Equality are struggling with the Boast in otlier S ' _tafog, »ha|l Pennsylvania—Republican Pennsylvania, be m the back groundT No! She .will arise and gird on her armor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

AFFIDAVIT I, Peblt Halt., of Berkshire, in the Cbttnty of Franklin, and state _af Vermont, of lawfnl ago, do testify and say, that in tho month of August 1826, I naa present at a communication of MiBsisqui Lodge in Enosburg. After the visual ceremonies of opening &c, were gone through with, a distinguished mombe'r of the Lodge aro»o and _obsorved that he had some business to lay before the Lodge, saying that he had received- information- from a member oftha fraternity _aMftb wast who was master of a lodge in that country,- that a man by the name of Wm. Morgan was about to publish tho secrets of Freemasonry, and soHeiting advice with regard to the. measure/ to be pursued towards him. He then said he had received two letters on the subject, tho lost of which he had- road and which he had received since writing an answer to the first, in which he advised them to .use no violent _nieasiiros, but to let tho man alone. The Lodgo was not called to act on the subject, hut wore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

BALTIMORE MARKET* FLOUR.-The aggregate rocCTpts of the present weolt exceed by a few hundred barrels those of _tRe last, " and the inspection of this week is consequently thft largest which has ever been made in tiiis cifjr - c . ¦ ¦ - • " Howard-street.—The weokly rccoipts continue very abundant, and, within a small fraction, nro istnial to thpsc_of tfip last. Since our last weokly •Eoport prices have receded, owing to tho continuoil causes of very full supplies, the absence of advico from Europe, the inactivity of tko neig hboring markets, and tho comparatively limitod purchases in consequence of the high freights to England.— On Monday last parcels were sold from store at $G 43$ per _brl. On Tuesday, several parcels were ts!d at C 37 _J. On Wednesday and Thursday from S<K>0 to 3000 _brls. were sold at 6 25. To-day a salo of 100 brlsV'was made at 6 37_^, arid another of 350 _brli, at 6 25* The market is somewhat unsottlod to-day, ana'matcatci more firmness than...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

"FREEMASONRY —Many-honest mon still doubt tho truth of the disclosures of Sdeodihg Masons relative to tha oaths and _coTemorues _oftlie _Urder. _Somo _oTliionT havo not the opportunity, and _othorstho indnstry, to examine tho proof which sustains those disclosures. They cannot believe that men of respectability, such as they know belong to Lodges, con be guilty of the folly; the absurdity and the wickedness, which'would seem, to uttach to all who assume those blasphemous obligations. And this unbelief _is.-strengthenod by tho _sneoring evasions nftho Mason?, and the bold denials of servile and unprincipled demagogue_^ who do not belong to the Fraternity. We do not wonde* at such incredulity. Fornothing short of positive know_, ledgo, or direct unimpoached testimony, could havo inducedus-to Believe that such an abominablaand demoralizing institution-was fbsterod and cborisbed by moral men. For ouMelf, wo need no proof. Wo regret to say, wo have . had ex. _perimonlal knowledge) ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

CLERK OF THE SENATE , A committee was appointed to examinethe accounts of this officer, and _haa reported a deficit _oH!>5038.. This has beep saddled uport _thewtate of the late clerk, Mr* Do _iPQi. We only wish that Mr. Do Pui were in the land of the living that his testimony upbn this ' subject might bo had. John M'Cord, Esq. editor of the "Statesman," deserves the gratitude of the people for exposing this waste ofjtheir money. We should like to krfipMfwho the ingenious .Clerk was, _wJio made this account balance, although $2088 weramissirig W [_Tne above is extracted frot| the York Republican. We w_«nder how it happened that our worthy colleague has overlooked the fact that masonry works " wonders?" Is not this their boast? Will they say that their institution, as Peter- Single _isayT_*, is a " sheer trick,1 ' a bt&j imposture; a rhodomontoding braggadocia of a thing, sounding like a drurti» and as Empty ? No, no, they are ifWonder workers," and this balanced...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

I JL_^ TI-_»_tASONlC! STAJE_^ ¦ ¦ _- ¦ ¦ _• ¦ . ¦ . . ¦ - :„ ' AND ¦ _^ - R _Efeirjrtc.icAy _BAXyER. _GETTYSBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1831. From the Baltimore Patriot of Saturday _Itrst.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

REMOVAL OSrThe office of tho "STAR" will be removed, next week, lathe new building in Chambcrsburg Street, a few _doore west of Mr. Forry's Hotel.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

'iv< _ORJSXBfAKOII Far the re (filiation of tho Market, in Gettysburg. , _^ECt. l. Bait Otdainedhy (tie _Toicn Council of the Borovgh tfXfettysburg_, and it is hereby ordained by the authority if the Hame, That Wednesday and Saturday of _ewery week be the days for Market, as hereinafter dc3cril>od. _Tliat no- person or persons shall be admitted to buy any article of provision, (groceries, bread and grain only excepted) between the hours of sunset of tho evenings of the days preceding the Market days, and eight o'clock in the morning of the said Market days, except in the public Market house. And that «_H persons shall be prohibited from retailing in shops or houses within the said Borough, all and overy. artielp_j)r articles qfj)rovision,- (groceries, all kinds of grain, and bread only excepted) without having first obtained a license fbr that purpose from the Burgess of the said " Borough for the. lime being, which license _Jhe Said Burgess is hereby authorise...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

PehnsylTania/iiegislature IMPROVEMENT BILL. . HARRlSBliRG, March 22 The improvement bill was _yesterday returned totbo Legislature with thCfignatureoftliogoyern-. or, accompanied with thoTollowing Message: To the Senate and House of Reprt_$eniative$ qfth_$ • Commonttxalth of Fenntylvania. GENTLEMEN:-r-Thcl)Ul, entitled "An act to continuo tlm improvement of the state b y canals and mil ronds," Uasbeen in my possession since the 113th instant, and has received that deliberate, con-•idoration to which the _magnitude and importance of its provision s entitle it, and which our constituents had a rig ht-la expect it would receive Ueforo jt should be _approved and become a law. _ -Intho inessagetransmitted to the two _Hoiisos _ofjJio opciiing oFtiie present season of tho _fccgp _lature, tho propriety of confining the appropriations for objects of internal improvement for the current year to the _connecting links of the main Mnte.from Philadelp hia to Pittsbtirff, ' with a view to co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

NEW ESTABLISHMENT . . FOR MANUFA_^_OJliNO ° BOOTS & SHOES. The undersigned intends commencing in a few, days, the _ETOOT & SHOE-MAKHtf G _BUSEffESS_, IX AU- ITS _BRANCHES In the room at-present used as the printing office ofthe Star, in Baltimore Street, five doors north of the Post office, Where he win be ever ready to manufacture work in a good, substantial manner. He will procure the best of leather, and his work shall equal, if not surpass, nny that can be don<f in the county. Being a good workman himself, and shall employ none but =what_,_t amcpmpctent to make first-rate work, he _is_^_pSldwIt of giving satisfaction, both aa toi price and work, to all who may favor him with their custom. , MICHAEL GHOSH. March 30,1831. • ¦ 4t—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

BOOT & SSLOB l_»&Km& The Subscriber respectfully informs the inhabitants of Gettysburg and vicinity, that he has taken the Shop, ia West York Street, lately occupied by -Mr. Robert Taylor, and that riE is rBHPARBDToau_^irACTrH_* BOOTS & SHOES, OF IvtiBIT _DESCRIPTTOW, In a neat workmanlike manner, and that he' will constantly keep on hand_^a supply of ready made work, which he will warrant to be as good and cheap as can be had in any other shop in the place. As he is a complete hand for making Ladies Shoes, and just from tha city of Baltimore he will ensure such wpak done in the most fashionable and durable manner. DAVID SOMERS. March 30,18S1. 8t—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

Advertisements. i - CABINET "WAREHOUSE JOH9_T IT. STARR, Respectfully informs his friends and' the public generally, THAT HE STILL CONTINUES TO CARRY OX THE CABINET-MAKING BUSINESS, IN AU ITS DHANCHES, At his old Stand in the Diamond, next door to Mr. R. G. Harper's printing office, Where he has _^ on han,d, and will continue to have, a _orannAL _assortment of the-most FASHIONABLE and DURABLE FURNITURE In the _pjace, and hopes, by strict attention to business, to _receive a sharo of public patronage. _^ _TaTten " in " exchange for _FurhTfufieT ~" L _OCTAT_.L ORDERS IN THE _COFFIN line, will bo attended to with punctuality. Gettysburg, March 30, 1831. tf—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

COUNTY _COBTVEyTIOy. rMIHE Central State Committee have giv--*- eri notice of a State Convention to bo held at Harrisburg_.on the 25th of May next, for the purpose of appointing Delegates to represent this State in the National Con-._vention, at Baltimore, on the 26th of Sept. next—Therefore, we respectfully request all those opposed to Secbet Societies, to meet at their usual places ' of holding Township Elections, on Saturday the ' 60th of April next, and elect Two Delegates, from each township, to meet at the ' Cqugt; house, in _tlje borough of Gettysburg, on Monday the 2d of May next, to elect Three porsons to represent Adams county in the State Convention-above mentioned. BERNHART GILBERT, JAMES RENSHAW, JAMES ROBBINETTE, JAMES WILSON , ROBERT SMITH, March 23,1831. . County Committee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

' TAMiOlRXXG. The subscriber takes this method to inform his friends, and the public generally, THAT HE HAS _COMMENCED THE TAILORING BUSINESS, lit Cash-Town, Adams county. Pa., Where he will execute all orders in his line of business promptly, and in tho most fashionablB~_maTTrier, for Cash or Country Produce*—A.sJichas-raadu4irjangemeuU_. toje ceive the Quarterly Reports of the Philadelphia Fashions* Through the. aid of Mr. Allen Ward's Protractor System of Cutting Garments, he will be enabled to please all who may favor him with their custom. , . JACOB HOSSLER. Cash-Town, March 30,1831 4t—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

JJIARRIED, On Thursday Inst, by, tho Rev. Charles Weyl, Mr. John G.minter to Miss Elizabeth Orowl, daughter of Mr. Michael Crowl, all of Franklin township. ' ¦ _n On tho came day. by tho same, Mr. Michael Bitti.noer, of Franklin township, Adams county, to Miss Juliana UlTTEti, of Green township _^ FranWin county. ' _fli On Thursday th*J7th inst. by the Rev. Wm. Pnxton, !Wr. IJodert Major, ofMcnallon,, to Miss Maiuiarkt Kebr, daughter of Mr. John Korr, of Ilamiltonban townshij). On Thursday last, by the "Rev." JOHN H-ERBST,* Mr. David Wiiisler to Miss-Ellex Vandyke, both of Franklin township. _^ [*O*\Vc consider the marnago corem ' ony wlien porformed b y this "Rov." just as lawfully binding as if performed by a i»ottlo of Brandy, or any oth er inanimate maior._1 __ -WHSiJi On Sunday the 20thinst.Mr.CABPEn Hentzix_, of Cumberland township, aged about 70 years

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

CALL. AT THE Old Establishment, And examine the Cheap Goods, And purchase them, if they are as cheap as any others, consisting as follows:— English Dry Goods, Domestics, Groceries, Queens-ware, Hard-ware, Hollow-ware, Dunstable Bonnets, Shoes, &c. V .. THOMAS J. COOPER. N. B. Pei_%iJn's_w _%nose accounts are of ionger standing than Six Months, are re-*quested to call and settle, as money is wanted—and if they cannot pay on the spot, give their notes to save cost. T , J. C. March 30, 1831. " " >4t—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

Disolution pf Partnership. _HHHE partnership heretofore existing be'*• tween the subscribers will bedissolved on the 1st day of April next, and as one of the partners intend leaving this place, it is necessary that their business should be closed—Therefore, all persons having claims against the firm are requested_^lo present them for,, settlement on or before the 15th "day-of said nlonth-r-jand _j|hose indebted will please_'come forward and make settlement. JACOB1 BRETZ, ..„ ENOS R. WHITE * . >MarcH 30,183f. 4t—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

NOTICE. ALL persons having any domands, of any kind, against the estate of JOHN FICKES, Esq. late of Huntingdon township, Adams County deceased_^are requested to present tKe-sarne_'to thfb subscribers for settlement—and all persons owing said estate, are notified to call and pay the same. JACOB FICKES, PETER H. SMITH, Executor8 of John Packet deceased. March 30,1831. 4t—51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 30 March 1831

Liberty Riflemen .!—Attention! "!_tTOU wjll parade on the farm of Samuel • -¦ ¦ Eiciielberger, in Liberty township, on _Saturday the 9th of April next, at. 10 o' _« clock, a.m. By. order ofthe 1st Lieu. ¦ - JOflN EYLER, O.«. March; 30.1831. 8t-_^-51 Blank Deeds f or _sale_^hw_^fic 'e '¦ ¦ ' ¦ r ^¦ :vi -KY- ¦•' ¦ ¦ ¦¦• ¦*;¦ ¦ v-: / ' >- -

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