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

VOlUEVlCiK SEWS LATEST FROAI EDUOPE. By the Ship Clomatis arrived at Boston on Friday, from Havre, tho Editors of tho Daily Chrom (utd Centinel, havo received tiles of Paris Papers to tho 6thFcbruary and Havre to tho 9th. All apprehonsions from popular ferments in Paris had subsided, but new apprehensions lmdarison from tho opposition of the peace und War parties, and from the peculiar state 01 Belyium. The Puko of NomourSj second son of tho King of tho French, was choscd King of Hcljriuin, by the _National Congress, on the 3d of February.— After a" long discussion, on the 1st, 2d and 3d, which turned chiefly "on the comparative pretonsiona of tho Duko do I.ouchtcnkorg, and the Duke da Nemours, it was finally voted to. closo tho dis. cussion and to proceed to tho vole. Tho proceeding was conducted with solemnity and in profound silonce. A commilteo of eight members to count wub appointed by lot. They were seated around a table, within tho _semicirclo in front of tho tribune. A...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

ANOTHER. That W_^hiam Morgan was murdered there can be no doub.t; that masons murdered him in accordance with masonic usages,, is also equally evident—and it is for them to make thp atonement: Therefore if it is wrong for a set of men to form an association, create and make by-laws, a violation of ¦w hich authorises its members,to inflict death upon the offender with impunity, is it uncharitable then to anticipate that every honest citizen who duly appreciates the worth of a republican government will demand at the threshold of the Lodge Rqom, a surrender of that charter, by virtue of which deeds of darkness and bloodshed ivre vailed from the more .particularly the useful and moral tendency of the institution, and am now free to admit that ever since that time I felt the importance of exposing the insignificant ceremonies and deceptive allurements of that dark,secret, and may well be called "Blood Stained .Institution;" hut there never has been a time in which I felt secure ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

From the Niagara Courier. ' Every successive trial hasexhibited Freemasonry in an aspect, _disclosing features more and more odious, and principles more and more ckmijerous. There are circumstances arising in every onfe of these exhibitions, which furnish new weapons to the opponents _ofsecrct societies, and send a deeper shudder to the heart at the practical iniquity of their principles. Ereemasonry has come oil" with dishonor tho more her principles and acts are brought to the public gaze of the people, and every renewed exhibition sinks her still lower in discredit. The protraction and postponement of the trials, the removal of witnesses, and the difficulties of procuring their attendance, their contumacious conduct in Court, and the rofusal of masonic jurors to convict in clear cases of guilt, all go to fill the measures of public indijnution against the masonic inststutiou. They have furnished evidence of the dangerous influence of the masonic obligations in many of the m...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

_RENUNCIATION From tho Hartford A. M. Intolligencer. The, following renunciation of freemasonry, by Deacon Samuel Richards, of Farmington, was written, it seems, some _timfc Ia3t Octobor. It was sent in-and read in the late State . convention, Dec 10. It was _returuad to the author and retained till y ' estordiy, when it was sent by him to bo published in the rntelligencer. _Qeacon Richards was _nwrta a Freemason at West Point, itrt7fB nrtTTO ne was an the army, (a captain if wo mistake not.)—We can say in regard to those venerable patriots, Maj. J. B. Van Vaulkenburgh, of <3_ayu_£a county, N. Y. and Gen. Henry _Sawell, of Maine; "Hear _tlie voice ofun-ofd - soldier. " _' Editor of the Antimasonic Intelligencer. Sin, A&rooaWy to your request I send _y<_Jtl a_'copy of it note signed by. ma, and read at/ . a _iati* public meeting in Marttbr.-l; wiiichj k if you.jua_^_s _expedient, you are at _lijwrfy to inaei't in _t_*our uwful jKipiyf. - :¦ ¦ ¦ 1 .: ' ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 6 April 1831

world! I do not make this e_*_ji_£se'of my senti-.ments from any sinister motive; I neither -holdiiiorAvish office;.- neither. do. I dpjLfcpjn any ill-will to any rnatror set of men; but from a pure and heartfelt conviction that the relative obligations which masonry impose upon its members, aro inconsistent with the obligations of men to society at large, to their country, and their Creator. That masonry disorganises churches,cohtaininates the ballot boxes, and pollutes the halls' of _justico, we hare the fullest evidence; it therefore is justly considered _aiitM% publican, anti-christian, and at war with every moral and religious obligation. JOHN DANIELS. Onondaga, March 3, 1831.

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

AJfTI_^MASONIC STAR, . l ¦ ' • ¦ • AND- . . - — RKmgBIJ&ArNHBAJfyRlfc— GETTYSBURG, PA. _WEOXKSiJA_^Y, Al'KII_^_g. 1H31. ¦ REMOVAL.—As we intend removing our office this week to tho new building in _Chambersburg street, a few doors \Vcst of Mr. _Foriif.y'h Hotel, we not only anticipate our publication day, but oniit" several editorial articlos which wo had prepared. ' t THE _BALTIMORir.MAUKET.—Our readers will havo to excuse uifllu-Jwoek for not (jiving more than tho highest arid lowest prico of each article. Hereafter we shall give the full details ap heretofore. i LOUR.—The wagon prico of Flour last week was from $6 . 12J to 6 25 porbrl. Wheat, Susqueliunna, 81 _3.1 ) to 1 ._')3 per bushel—red wheat, from $1 25 to 1 27 per bushel—best, rod wagon wheat, 1 30 per bush. Corn, white, Gl to GC cents—yollow 65 to GG els, per bush. Ryn 62 to 63 cts Md. and _Susquehnnna G5 cts. Oafs 31 to 34- cts. per bush. Cloversecu _$" > per bush. Flaxseed $1 12_J tol 30 por bush....

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

Sheriff's Sales. UN pursuance of sundry writs of Vendi* * tioni Exponas issued out of the Court of Common pleas, and to ma directed, will be exposed to public Bale, on Saturday the 16th - day of April «w_*^_, at l_^_u'_clocic, M. at the Court-house u_^the;6brough of Gettysburg, the following _REALx ' ESTATE_, *\ z A Tract of Land, situate in Mountjoy township, Adams county, adjoining lands of _Jessa D. Newman, Jacob Hartman, and others * containing 15 Acres, more or less, on which, are_^_rected _wTuJasTory LogDwelling hou»_& with a well of water at the door, a doubl_© hog Barn, and an Orchard. Seized and taken in execution as the Estate of James Collins. . ' ALSQ_=A~Lot of Ground, situate in Mountpkasant township, Adams county, adjoining lands of the beire of John Houck, deceased, Nicholas Heltzeil and others, containing 6 Acres, more or less;. ALSO_^One other Lot of Ground, situate in Mountpleasant township, A dams county, adjoining. lands of Christian Cashman, ——Gall...

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

THE BANK ROBBERS TAKEN. : We are, indebted (says the .Baltimore Chronicle,) to the polite attention of th&editors of the New York Standard for the following slip giving an account of the arrest of the person who robbed the N. Y. Bank. Sunday, March 27— Twi o'clock, P. M. Bank Robhbhy.—We have just returned from the Police office where we saw a person taken up last night on suspicion of .being concerned in the Robbery of tne City Bank—He says his name is "Edward Smith, _J alias. Jones is about 34" , yeara of age atid a native of Charleston, S. Carolina." He is about 5 feet 6 inches high, stout'builtf fair complexion, with sandy hair, small red whiskers—-in his general appearance rather shabby,, without; doubt a foreigner; and supposed to have been connected with the persons con« victed of robbing the store of Mr. Scherick m Brooklyn, last spring. He was arrested about a _Quarter past 11 o'clock last night, in a boarding house on the corner of Broome and Elm streets, by ...

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

THE E AGL.E HOTEL* _Tfc_^HE undersigned respectfully informs Mr his old friends and customers, and the public in general, that he has taken that well known ; _^Ayms _sHAsmo • _M8_& EAG ' LiE_^ _^J_^U& HOTEL, Situate on the corner of Baltimore and Middle streets, formerly occupied by Mr. B. _Gilhekt. The house is large and con-Ar cnient. His 15;ir is well stocked with, the best of Liquors, and his Table will always be furnished with the best the market can afford. _Tlie stabling is good and roorny, and attended by an attentive Hostler. Travellers and others are assured, that he will use every exertion in his power to render both Man and Horse comfortable. PHILIP HEAGY. April G, 1831. . tf— 52 , _,

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

The subscriber takes this method to _inighn his friends, and the public generally) THAT HE HAS COMMENCED THE _TAXLORXHTG BUSINESS, In Cash- Town, Adams county, J*o.» Where he will execute all orders in his line of business promptly, and in the moat fashionable- manner, for Cash or Country Pro* duce. As he has made arrangements tore* ceive the Quarterly Reports of the .; Philadelphia _fashions* Through ' the aid of Mr. Allen Ward" * Protractor System of Cutting Garments, he will be enabled to please all who may favor him with their custom. _> JACOB HOSSLEft. Cash-Town, March30,1831 4t—4l

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

SIX CENTS REWARD. "M_^ANAWAY frofrrthe subscriber living •*•*' in Liberty'township, about the 30th of November 1830, an indented colored boy about 19 years of age, named WILLIAM _LFNDSEY. He was to have served until 21 years of age. Ho had on when he absconded, a drab coat, a light vest, light corded pantaloons, and a fur hat. He is about three feet ei ght inches high—of rather bashful countenance when in the company of white persons—one of his thumbs is Crooked, in consequence of a cut with a knife. All persons are cautioned against harboring or employing said boy. The a"bove reward win be paid for hj» delivery' to tho Subscriber, of secured in the Jail of Adams cJunty. ,, JOHN PEDON. April 6,1831.* 4t—52

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

NOTICE. _PT_^HE Stockholders of the Hanover and ¦ -_"• Carlisle Turnpike Road Company are hereby notified that an election for TWO MANAGERS, will be hsld on Monday the second day of May _nept, between the hours of 10 and 4 o'clock on said day at the house now occupied by John Wolf, innkeeper, in South Middletou township, Cumberland co. The Commissioners of Cumberland and Adams counties, arc hereby notified, to meet at the same time and place, and choose TiLRE__E_MAN_^LiERS_^o£aaid_road.-aii: to serve for one year. By order of the Board. _SAMUEL WOODBURN, Sec'ry. _, April 6, 1831. 4t—52

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

TAKE NOTICE. _fMlHE annual meeting of the Temperance -_^- Society of Gettysburg and its vicinity, will be held at the court " house in the borough of Gettysburg on- Saturday the 9th inst. at 2 o'clock. Appropriate addresses are expected. It is earnestly desired, and requested that all the members of the society will show, by their punctual attendance, that they feel an interest in the cause to which they have pledged themselves—a cause which, wherever it has bf en zealously sustained, has produced the most happy results. The citizens generally are invited to attend. April 6 r 1831.

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

MIDDLE CREEK _^_AGTjfr»¥_^ - _fWIHE subscriber respectfully informs the -*• public in general, that lie has again taken- that weH known and long established FACTORY,(the property of the Rev. David Foutz,) on Middle-creek_,and has taken LEV1 GRIBBLE into partnership with him; and that all work sent to the Factory, shall be done in a good, substantial manner. SAMUEL ARTHUR. April 6, 1631. - 4t—52

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

Moontpleasant Volunteers,. Attention! ¦^_LTOU wil l _parade, in complete uniforrn, *• at the house of _Samuel Swope, ihrikeeper, in Bpnaughtown_, on Monday the 2d ofjtay _'nexi, at tho u'-ual time'.r - ***^< JACOB BAIR, Lieut., April 6, 16*31. ' • ¦' lp_^-J52 _! ' . . ... ' rI-. ' . ' . •¦•• ¦¦¦¦ - . ¦' ¦ ¦ ' ' .,

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

NOTICE. A LL Jtersons _iridebtecfto the estate of -_'*• David Dema_^ree, late of Straban township, Adams county, deceased, are requested to come forward _^ and make puyment immediately-_^-and' those having claims againstsaid estate, are also _requested to present them for settlement. HENRY BRINKKRHOFF,_£xV; April 6,1831. 4t—52

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

DIED, On the-30th tilt, _Wt8..Sah*h _Whson, wife of _>_fA _GerorgtJ _VVilsou of Menallen township,.in the 56th year of her age. . «¦ .

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

_lCr *<lE.xcoaiTo," and ' _.'Scuo_^_ASTioui _Scttim*,*' have been received. . . -

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

CABSNET-mCASmcir The subscriber respectfully informs the citi- ; zens of Gettysburg and its vicinity, THAT Hfe IS MAKING, AND PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE, ALL K1N1JS OF * ¥tRHlTV'!lB' IN HIS LINE OP BUSINESS IN A SUPERIOR STYUE, At Mr. Hugh Denwiddie' g Shop, in South Baltimore street, and next door to Mn David Little's Coach Factory. « He hopes that those wishing to _purchase will do .themselves-and him the favor to call and examine " his work before they purchase elsewhere. O_^rQOPFISTS mado * to order at the shortest notice. L. SHARP. March 9, 1831. 6t—48 L

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

NEW GOODS! Wholesale and Retail I! THE subscriber respectfully informs his _frienda and the public generally, that he has removed his GOODS into the Room_, formerly occupied by George Arnold, and lately by C. J. Showers, where he has just opened a VERY HANDSOME -ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS, CONSISTING OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENS-WARE, &C. &C. Which will be sold, wholesale and retail, on the most accommodating terms. _ DANIEL COMFORT. -; April 6, 1831. 4t-—52 _^

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