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

HOUSE &S1_GIV PAINTING will be dono in the best manner, and

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

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

THE REPOSITORY. REMORSE—A _FRAGMENT. When she had reached a point of the grounds that commanded a prospect, of tho house, how wero her feelings excited by a view of that woll known, well remembered _scono! Every thing wore tho same _iippoarance as when that mansion owned her for its mi«tross; the house had still the same aspect of substantial grandure-and repose, and the level lawn the same velvet texture, and the trees, shrubs, and _flowors, the tamo blooming freshnoBs, as when she- daily beheld their beauties. She, _«he alone was changed. _Timft was, thai those doors would havo been opened wido to receive her, and that bet prosence would havo dispensed joy and pleasure to every individual boneath that roof; while now_,"her very name would e._xoite only painful emotions, and U«s sounds must be there heard no more. Ano ' ther boro tho title she once was proud to boar, supplying tho place she had abandoned, and worthily discharging tho duties she had left uhporformed. She gazod...

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

BALTIMORE, March 21. —We loarn " that the Maryland Gominission- - ers_, Messrs. Goldsborough, Sterrett and Mercer, returned to this City on Saturday evening last from their mission to Harrisburg. As they tiavc to make a report of their proceedings to the Legislature of Maryland at their _licxt Session, we shall not get any thing authentic and formal from them—but we understand that the Commissioners have stated in their _conversation, that they relied chiefly in their negotiation upon the compact existing between the" states in relation to ' the free navigation of the Susquehanna, and referred to the correspondence between the two State _goverrnentsp subsequent to that time, to illustrate the views entertained by both States. Wo hear that the Committee of Pepnsylvania Legislature have prepared a report, against which the Commissioners intend a formal protest for reasons therein stated, and that tie protest will in all probability accompany _^ the report.of the Committee to the...

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

Interesting Summary. THE CHIEF JUSTICE.—It is with heartfelt pleasure that wo ' _slato, says the National Inlolli--gencar, _fronuaulhority on which we placo entire rolianco, that there is not the _smallest ground for the report, now current, of the 'intention'of Judge _IVtAivluiAMf.. toixesign the. trust._of._Chicf Justice-of the United _Statou. Toour reader* gonorally we are..satisfied thattbe information, which we are enabled to communicate, will" bo moro acceptable than any thing wo have announcod to them for the last _sixtcon years. __Tlie York and-Maryland Line Rail Road*—We learn from Harri _^ burg, says the Philadelphia Soritinel,that pn Tuesday morning, tho vote negative the bill to incorporate the York and Maryland line Rail Road Company, was ro-cunsidored in tho house of Representatives, onmetion of Mr. Black of Perrj, and the bill came up for consideration. An amendment toil was offered by Mr. M'Sherry; when a motion was made to postpono it, together with tho bill...

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

From the New England Farmer. MANGOLD WURZEL The advantages of mangold wurzel are those: It is moro sure to plant, being verj_^_ttb liable to the fly or grub; it will _produjfSooj weight; it is off the land earlier; _¦B_^reful as a change of fallow crop, wheirihe land is tired of turnips; it will grow on land where turnips cannot be raised; it is better spring food. On tho other hand, in favor of Swedish turnips it may be ~ _^ud , that the weeding and singling out are less expensive; there is rather- more time for fallowing in the spring; the succeeding crop is better than after mtfhgold wurzel. Perhaps cattle feed best on Swedish turnips when they are used alone. It must, however, bo remarked, that these last two evidences in favor of Swedish turnips is not fully proved, and only partially supported. In conclusion, perhaps two observations may be of use. First, that the very early season at which mangold wurzel should be sown renders it highly expedient that the land should ...

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

BACHELORS READ and—BLUSH! John H. Smith and Elizabeth Ireland, both of Suffolk county, L. I. wore married in tho year 17(55—the husband then in his 20th year, and the wifo in her lGth. They arc still living in the enjoyment of health, at a ripe old nge—the former being in his 87th, and the latter in her 82d year. Thoir descendants are as follows: 17 children, 07 grand children, 135 grent grand children, 1 great, great grand child. Total, 250, of whom 210 are now living. As a proof of the good example,-and the sage _counsils of the aged pair, in all the 210 descendants yet living, not one of them is dissipated or inlcmperate.[{K7_~Sheriffs and Lawyers and Ex-Senators, &c. should bear this " good _»xample" in mind, and join the Temperance Society of this borouglu]_iStar.

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

CALL AT THE Old Establishment. •And examine the Cheap Goods, . And purchase them, ifthoy are as cheap as any others, consisting as follows:— English Dry Goods, Domestics, Groceries. Q/Ueens-vvare, Hard-warcr,H&ollow-ware, Dunstable Bonnets, Shoes, &c. THOMAS J. COOPER. N. _H. Persons whose_, accounts arc of Jonger standing than Sir Months, are requested to call and settle, as _mouey.is wanted—and if they cannot pay on the spot, ' give their-notcs to save cost. T. J. C, March 30, 1831. 4t—51

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

TERMS OF THIS PAPER:—Two Dolulm per annui5q-_^pay-ablo hal f jtforJy in naVanee-. Mo subscriptions take_« for lets _tlian she montim, and . nono discontinued until all _axroaro_^_es are paid, _unlcBs at the option of th_« Editor—and a _Wl«r_« to notify a discontinuance will be _aonsidend a I now engagement , and tho paper forwarded ac

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

OF_.FICE OF THE STAR, BaXTDtOS_^_STRE_^CjayE " boORS NOBtH w the Post OfI-ice, Geitvsuuecv Pa. r .t ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuousl y inserted four times for _oss BotXAR per square—over four _tlmps, twkntt-fivk _CEirrs per square will be charged.

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

MONTREAL MARKET.—IMPORTANT.— Wo haw been favored with the following interesting bxtr&*t of aJcttor from ' _Mossr*. Galo* <Sc,co. V : ." _* ¦ _' ¦ ' : ' ' - _, _> ' ¦¦ ¦_- ¦ . ' ' vuv, ¦;; to their correspondent in this city, datod Montreal, ICth inst. It is proper to add, that if the _inform niation which it conveys is of great prospoctive importance to grain, and our growers and dealers in this state, il comos from a houso enjoying undoubted sources of information.—Salt. Pat. "Wo expect to witness nnd have.some littlo share of the largest year's business ever done in Montreal. Wo _soorf expect to hftar that a new act, by the British Parliament, will admit United Statos's wheat and other grains, rye flour &.corn meal;into Canada, for consumption, _nnd export to any quarter, fi_"eo of duty; and also U. States wheat flour for export to tho _Hiitish West Indies, freoof duty. And indeed we should not to surprised, and such a tiling is intimated as n...

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

_frmled .and _Published, at Gettysburg, Pa., BY ROBKRT IV. Mini) I.ETON.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

POET "Wilh _sinecpst flowrrt enrich'd From various gardens cull'd toith cart." ¦ From tho _Raltimoro Minerva. A CHAPTER ON FOOLS. I saw a man somo. y_»ars ojto, Who built his hoii«e upon The frozen bosom of a lako licnciitli a winter's Run, Thought I, that man's a noble fool, Hut greater fool is lie Who puts his faith in woman's lore, And lauds hor constancy. I i.w«youth nnro tako aapado, And labimr all tbo day In _throvvinofsunshine in tho shad_« Upon a slack of hay, Thought 1, that youth's ahoblofool, ' _(_£< But greater fool is ho Who thinks he'll do his stomach good By drinking constantly. A man, " I've often hcartl it told, Whon I stood on boy's legs, Once killed a noble troose to got At all hrr _jrnldcn eggs. Thought I, ho was a monstrous fool J_!ut greater fool is lie "Wliostiikes his little all forono Vhance in u lottery. I saw a maid oneo put her thumb Upon a red hot coal, To'see ifit would burn or no, It did—upon niy _souj!_- Thought I, that maid's a noble f...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

CABINET WAREHOUSE JOHN. N. STAEK, Respectfully informs his friends and tho . public,generally, Tn.\T ItE _STILI_, CONTINUES TO CARRY ON TItK CAniNET-_^IAUIN<i JH'SINESS, ix Ai.r. its munches, At his old Stand in the Diamond, next door to Mr. R. G. Harper's printing office, Where he has on hand, and will continue to havo, A _gENEKAr , ASSORTMENT .OF Tm: MOST FASHIONABLE and DURABLE FURNITURE _^ the piac.e_, and hopes; by strict attention to business, to receivo a sharo of public patronage. 03-A_11 kinds of GRAIN 4. LUMBER taken in exchange for Furniture. 1O-ALT- ORDERS IN THE COFFIN" line, will be attended to with punctuality. Gettysburg, March 30, 1«;H. tf—HI 'j _. ' •

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

NEW ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANUFAC7VIUNG _ BOOTS <fc SHOES The undersigned intends commencing in a few davs, the BOOT 6c SHOE-MAKING _BUSINESS, IN ALL ITS _nUANCHES In tho room at present usc3 as the printing oflice of tho Star, in Baltimore Street, five doors north of tho Post office, Where he will be ever ready to manufacture work in a good, substantial manner. He will procure the best of leather, " _anfl his work shall equal, ifnot surpass, any that can be done in tho county. Being a good workman himself, and shall employ none but what arc competent to make first-rate work, he is confident of giving satisfaction, both as to price and work, to all who may favor him with their custom. MICHAEL GROSIL, March 30, 1831. Ai-_^' .I A

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

BOOT & SHOE BIASING. Tho Subscriber respectfully informs _thejrjf ' habitants of Gettysburg and vicinity,' that he has taken the Shop, in _nVcst York Street, lately oc-; ¦ ' ¦' cupied by Mr. Robert , ' ¦ Taylor, and that r nn is PHErAiiKu to m ' _akufa_^_Hb_^ _^ BOOTS & _SHO^) i OF EVEHY DESCnil-TION, _^J. 1: In a neatworkmnnliko manner, and that he j will constantly keep on hand, a supply of I ' ready made work, which he will warrant ~ to bo a_^good and4cheap as can b_? hod in any other shop in'the place. 'As he" is a complete hand for making Ladies'Shoes, and just from the city of Bultimore he Vill. ensure such work doue in the most fashionable and durable manner. DAVID SOMERS, March 30, 1881. ' 8tr-51

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

IIOUSE-BILIX ^•a tly printed »t U_»» Star Office 3$ Cdnts per lb. given for Rags. Blank Deeds for sale at this office , ' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ -;. ' . - ¦ ' ¦ ¦ - . i.

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

ANTI-MAFONTC _qREAO! _qREADU BREAD!!! q. #3* A conclusion to which every Man will come that " reads genuine Republican _pagers ^^ . From the Albany Journal. Miv.Wf.kd—Some days since, a neighbor placied in my _hahils your paper ,contaiuingthe report of the trial of Adams at Lockport, with a request (hut I would read the same, assuring me at the same time, that a perusal of I1 _iiit report would change my opinion on the subject of Masonry. At first I declined reading it, but upon a renewal of the _request, and after being earnestly entreated by him, I promised'a compliance, not doubting but that my impressions upon the report, would remain unchanged,but in this I am free to confess, I misjudged. The _eviihnco _uponUjiat trial", as detailed in the report, shows clearly, that a citizen was taken from Canaudaigua in ¦ a violent manner, .and without any authority, and transported to Niagara, and there _detained. uTitikhe members of the Masonic Institution in Canada could be appli...

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

NOTICE At a regular communication of Federal Lodge, held at Mason's Hall, in Randolph, December 37, A. L.58W. JAMES TARBOX was expelled from tho pmileges of Masonry, fur unmasonic conduct.' * Attest, DANIEL WILLIAMS, Sec'y _PrinWFS_~frientlty ~to"the_~ Institution are requested to give the above an insertion. Ju?lgc Tarbox is known throughout the State as a man of the most unblemished integrity and reputation. This expulsion is, however, as good, if not a better testimonial of his virtues than he has ever received.— The old republicans-_>of Vermont will marl: these, and " govern themsches accordingly" at tho next election. _Extract of a letter, to the Editor of the Albany _Journul, dated Lockporl, March:10th, 1831. As I knew you was advised of the progress of the Morgan trials, I did not burden you with postage or speculations of mine. Xhe whole scene was melancholy and painful in the extreme, to the mind of an honest man. It was a further and more clear demonstration...

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

Roman Liberality. —We are informed says the Albany Daily Advertiser, that letters have been received from the Ri ght Rev* Bishop Duhois, Catholic Bishop of New York, stating that he had received from the Pope (lately deceased) the sum often thousand crowns, towards buildiiig.a college on the Hudson river. The contemplated collego will cost, as is estimated about $100, 000. A letter from London, of. Jan. 29, published in the Montreal Gazette, mentions that it is generally understood the following alterations in the inter Colonial trade will be submitted by the new Ministry toParliameht. -' "The duties finally arranged on the trade batween Canaeki and Ihe United States are 25 per cent less than-4hose proposed by the lato Ministry, and all duties to cense in five' years. Wheat and flour from tho United ' " States to come through CarAl/i (o (he West Indies duty free. A hinris given that eventually both wheat nnd flour will come to this country from Hie States _through Canada duty fr...

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