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

AN ORDINANCE For the regulation of the Market, in Gettysburg. Sbct. ,1. Be it Vrdaine ' d by the Town Council of the Boroughof Gettysburg, and it in hereby ordained by the authority of the same, TJ\at Wednesday and Saturday of every, week be the days for Marketra3-here_^ inafiei described. That 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 the evenings of the days preceding the Market days, and ei ght o'clock in the morning of the said Market days, except in the public Market .bouse. And that all persons shall be prohibited from retailing in shops or houses within the said Borough, all and every article or articles of provision, (grocer ies, all kinds of grain, and broad only excepted) withont _having first obtained a license for that purpose from the Burgess of ihe said Borough for the lime being, which- license the said Burgess is hereby authorised te issue _. nnd to make a...

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

THE _CONSTELLATION, rfflUIS Publication has now boen establish--*¦ ed more than a year, arid _theaobject_* proposed and the course pursued are too well known to- -require a- word from us on that subject. Our only design at present is fo soIicTtlhat"TncTease _~ oT patronage which we trust our work deserves, and which we shall continue our endeavors to merit. Testimonials in favor of the Constellation are daily returning upon us, in the shape of numberless requests for exchange from our brothers of the press, in flattering notices of its quality, arid copious extracts from its pages. But with all these demonstrations of regard wkich delight the ear and pleass the eye, some more tangible proof of admiration—a proof which especially-commends itself to the sense of feeling, in the shape of silver dollars or bank bills, accompanying the command—"Send me your paper !"—would be most acceptable. A papor devoted to lighCLiteraturo, Entertaining Miscellany, and tho Spirit of tho TimOB....

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

WAFER & SUGAR BOXES, VB&iSHvst- ' _aaQ • NE3T BOXES AND BARREL COVERS, — 30000 cafte, suitableTor reed makers - - 500 nest sugar boxes S0Q barrel and half barrel covers SPOKING WHEELS_^ Wash Boards Candle wick Lamp wicks Baskets and bruthea Sugar bores Fishing lines Wearers' reeds Brush handles REimANDKHUTTLES, Sifters and strainers Fishing rods Shovels and twine Butter prints Clothe-pins Bellows and spiggota WILLOW BASKET CAHKIAGES, tied cords Fishing hooks Plough lines Marbles and tops Shoe brushes Lemon squeezers ' _Weavors'brushes • MAJtKET ANB FANCY BASKETS, Rolling pins - Shoo blacking Potatoe mashers " Butter trays, spoons on* Muddlers . paddles Towel rollers Trenchers Wash and cake boards Crabbing &. cabbage nets Tabs and butter bowls. The above articles aro offered for sale, on reasonable terms, by VALERIUS DUKEHART, No. 101 i, Baltimore between South &CalTortsts. Baltimore, 3d mo. 16th, 1831.* 4» _APPRENTICE _WABTTJBIX AN Apprentice to tho...

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

NOTICE. ALL persons having any demands, nfany kind, _against the estate of JOHN ¦ FICKES, Esq. late of Huntingdon township, Adams County deceased, aro requested to present the same to the subscribers for settlement—^-and all persons owing said estato, are notified to call and pay the same. JACOB FICKES,_" PETER H. SMITH, Executors of John Fickes deceased. March 30,1831. 4t—51 Disolution of Partnership. _rSlHE partnership heretofore existing be--*- tween the subscribers will be dissolved on tliol._si? any of April next, " and as one of the _" partners intend"leavinir this place > iris necessary-that their business should be closed—Therefore, all persons having claims against the firm" are requested to present them for settlement on or before the 15th day of said month—and those indebted will1 plea3e"come forward and make _settlcmont. JACOB BRETZ, ENOS II. WHITE. March 30, 1831. ? 4t—E>l Liberty Riflemen!—Attention! T~7"0U will parade on the farm of Samuel •**¦ Eichelb...

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

CIRCULAR _OlTicn of American &. loroign _Agency ft_»r } Claims, 4!) Wull-st. N. York, Jun. 1831. \ _niTHLIC NOTICE is hereby given to -*- all persons whom it may concern, haV ing Claims, Debts, _Inheritances, Ac payable or recoverable abroad, that this Agency has established, under the special auspices and patronage of distinguished individuals in fliis country, a regular correspondence with eminent Bankers, <fec. in the principal perls and capitals of Foreign Governments, in commercial-relations with the -XL States; through the mediation whereof such valid claims as, may be confided thereto, will be expedited for settlement, and promptly and effectively .recovered ; when furnished by tho claimants with the suitable legal,proof's and vouchers, together with tho requisite Power of Attorney, to be taken and acknowledged before_^ any Judge of a Court of Record, or other competent Civil Magistrate, Municipal Authority, or Notary Public; and the whole duly authenti...

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

_PROCLAMATION. - WHEREAS the Hon. John Reed, Esq. President of the several CoVrts of Common Pleas_? in the counties composing the Ninth district, and Justice of the _; Courts of Over and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offenders in the said District—and Da:_toe£ Sheffer and Wir,i,tABt M'Cj/i:a>,. Esq'_s Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justices of the Courts _^ of Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offenders in the County of Adams—have issued their precept, bearing date.tho 27th day of Jannary, in the year of our Lord one thousand. eight hundred and thirty, and to me directed, for holding a Court of Common Pleas, and General Quarter Sessions of the . Peace, and General Jail Delivery, and Court of Oyer and Terminer, at Gettysburg, On Monday the 25th day of April next, At 10 o '_- clock, A, M. Notice is hereby Given, To all the Justices of the Peace, the. Coroner, and _C...

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

, , _$_2O TCftWiLRl_). RAN AWAY from HageTSto-WB . about a month ago, a negro *womaa nanied ¦ _XETTT, Aged 40—has projecting teeth f and a sallow, wild, unhealthy look ;~much addicted to intemperance; and is partially deranged when drunk—has a dress of new crossbar linsey. §he was decoyed aWay by her husband, who isashort, bandyjegged old man, %vitlr a sore mouth and a high forehead—loves whiskey. $20 will be given for in' formation respecting them. J. REYNOLDS. Hagerstown _^ _Febw lr-_^9] 8t—44 ROLLING, PINS, Lemon Squeezers, Potatoe Mashers and Muddlers—For Bale by VALERIUS DUKEHART, / No. 1C14 Baltimore-tt., Baltimore City. 8d mo. 16th 1831.* . 49 WAWTE&, IMMEDIATELY , A GIRL, capable of nursing or taking care<] of children—liberal wages will be given for such an one. Further information can be had by addressing a note to "Y. Z." and left at this office _,—CMa 'rchO, 1831. _, , 4t—48 V fitIFTERS» _Strainers, Spinning Wheels. _Rf Sugair Boxes, Barrel and Half Barr...

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

TO MY CREDITORS. TAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to tho Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws, and that the said Judges have appointed Monday the 25th day of April next, for the hearing of mo and my Creditors». at the court-house m the borough of Gettysburg, " where you may attend if you think proper. V JOHN REED. March 9, 1831. - 4t—48 TOM Y CREDITORS. T ' AKE NOTICE, that 1 have applied to the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for tho benefit of therlnsolvent JLaws _^ and that the said Judgee •JjteK&'-appointed Monday the 25th day of s > April next, for the hearing of me and my Creditors, at the court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may attend if you think proper. HENRY LITTLE. March 9, 1831. "" 4t—48-TO MY CREDITORS. rj _lAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to ; ' -"- the-Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of I the Insolvent Laws, and thatthe said ...

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

. AWTI-MAgO-KXa A aovNTY coNVENTinmr. THE. Central State-Committee have gir-. en _notice of a State _Convention to be held at Harrisburg,on the 25th of May nexlj for_4he-parpose-of—appointing Delegates _(o represent this. State in the National Convention, at Baltimore, on the 26th of Sept. next—ThereforeVwe respectfully request all those opposed to Secbet Societies, to meet at their usual places of holding Township Elections, on Saturday the 30thJ oJ> April next, and elect Two Delegates, from each township, to meet at the * Gourthousc, in the borough of. Gettysburg, on Monday the 2d of May next, to elect Three _persoas to represent Adams county in the State Convention above mentioned. BERNIIART GILBERT, JAMES RENSHAW, JAMKS 11OBMNETTE, JAMEH WILSON. ROBERT SMITH, March 23, 1831. County Committee

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

"_^ TO MY CREDITORS. _HpAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to . -¦- . the Judges of the _CoutI of Common Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of 4ho4nsolvent4_jaws_, and-thatrthe said-Judges have appointed Monday the 25th day of April next, for the hearing of me and my Creditors, at the court-house, in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may attend if you tiiink__proper. ".' JACOB BORKERT. March 9,, 1831. 4t—48

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

TO MY CREDITORS. _fTHAKE NOTICE, that I have applied to -¦*- the Judges of the: Court of Common Pleas of Adams county, for th& benefit of the Insolvent Laws, and that the said Judges have appointed Monday the 25th day of April next, for the hearing of me and my Creditors at the court-house in the borough of Gettysburg, where you may attend if you think proper. . ELIJAH SEABRt)OKS. March £>, 1831. 4t—48 s , ¦ .

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

i- . . . . ' 'Advertisements.

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

_93B£m J5ff _^m _^ml[ The, subscriber begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Gettysburg and its vicinty, TnAT nii HAS OIT HAND . Aft ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN AND FANCY _OHAir.s & esdstssaDs, ¦W _ATVRANTF._O TO RE OF THE V.F.ST ' QUALITY, And will be sold on accommodating terms, at his Stand in South Baltimore street and next door North of Mr. David Little's Coach "Factory." Ho also retii rns thanks to former customers, and hopes they may not find it to their disadvantage to continue their _favors HOUSE & SIGN PAINTING will be done in the best manner, and TURNING Of erery description, a._^ above. HUGH _DENWIDDIE. March 0, 1831. 4t— 48

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

HORSE BILLS JOB TPRlTXTlUift •». ' or Evtinr > _DEsoRirriotf , BXECUTHD WITH NEATHB8_? AND W*FJ.tC«, AT TUB _OFFIO»OF THHiStAB. ' ¦ ¦ ¦ A.WD " - , , ' - ' I ¦ ' 4> -_" ' ' ' ' ¦• . _- . . __.. -.. a, ¦ .. _' . _' .; " • •• V.

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

VALERIUS DUKEHAUT, No. 101J Ualtimoro-st., Baltimore, J{as on hand cy constantly keeps a supply of REEDS & SHUTTLES. Baltimore, yd mo. 16th, 1831.* 49

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 April 1831

THE RE PO SI TORY. From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. v tali:, but no iiction. She ncvor told her love. But let.concealment, liko a worm i' th'bud, 1'Vod on her _damask check: she pin'd in thought; And with a firo.i-n _aiul yellow melancholy, She sat like I'iitioiici! on a .uonuiiiont, Smiling at grie.'I fMMKsrrc.irtn. Although tali's from real lii ' e ore usually considerodtoo tame and insipid for those whose _olonicnt is the airy regions, of romance, yet it sometimes happens that tho actual occurrences of this oldia.shioncd _world, if embodied and described in tho rich and glowing _language of some of our living masters of fiction, would bo considered too improbable and wonderful to bo iruo, without drawing upon the imagination for additional facts by way of _cHilKlUsliment. Such, we believe, would be the case with respect to the following narrativo, wero (lie willing of it not confided to a pen which scltkn» aspiws-1»-bolder— fttgl>te4bw>—ara-wUod ¦¦ forin ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 April 1831

From tho I.acliPs' Ciarland. 9PKLVG. The Weak wind's arc luish'd, _andtlieir fieason'is gone; And SrniNo throws _enchantment o'er meadow nnd lliWII In thrfiweet blu.=h of Morning, dill'iising good cherr, She coines, in mild glory, tlio _Qurrn of the Year ' . Now the zephyrs sweetly play (•'or our little villa _' go gnwin; _, Nature's (^ourt is blitlio and cray; Hope and Pleasure rule the scene. Not like him who lays basking in Fortuno's bright ray—Whoso lite is the same thing in Winter nnd May; I sigli till tho lieart.i:hilliii_<r frosts disappear, Then hail thy return, lovely Quoon of tho _Voar! Soon will Nature's ffowt ri»ts . gay Intn bnd» and blossoms Hpring——Noon the riifio blush into day, V' anu'd hy Flora's balm}' _winj. At morn now the larks warble sweetly tlieir lay, And nimbly the Iambs round-the green moadow's play.— ("Hi , oil may this dear blessed season appear ! And long be thy rei_^n—lovely Queen ol lho Year! To [ileasure's not.es now tune your hearts, An...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 April 1831

• Analysts of a Lady's Tcar.—_±TJiisf _was. really effected by the celebrated Smithson, one ofthe _fejjows of the London Royal So* ciety. _Nothing, it .. seoms, eluded, the grasp of this inquiring man, who, not content with operating on the ' common subjects whicii nature had placed _before him, presumed to' approach the fount of beauty itself, wherein to satisfy his cariosity. He had analysed more than a dew-drop-_^-a lady's tear! Ho caught the pearly treasure as it fell from its source, and, on submitting it to its test, discovered that it contained two separate _soUfv [Two separate salts! What" will the poets say to_^his? They will be obliged to rub out of their vocabulary "pearly dew"—"liquid diamonds"-"gc'ms"-"dewy stajV'-djrench ed lotuses," and insert '•_salt _' aind _' waler'1 ^' "Epsom"-—"glauber," _nccomptuiied with qualmish sensations at the stomach. Standard.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 April 1831

_SIXCIONTS REWARD ? V ANAWAY from the subscriber living -_"-*'. in Liberty township, about the :10th of November 1>^H), an indented colored boy about 1 (I years of age-, named WILLIAM .LINDSI'jY. ifu was to have sorved until 21 years of age. He had on when he absconded, a drab coat,,a light _vyst;' light corded pantaloons, and a fur hat. He is about three feut eight inches high— of rather bashful countenance when in ffecompany of white persons—one of his tliumbs is crooked, in consequence of a cut with a knife. Allpprsons are cautioned ngainst harboring or employing said boy. Tho above reward will be paid for his ' delivery to the Subscriber, or secured in the jail of Adams county. JOHN PEDON. April _O,1_SU.* 4t—52

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 April 1831

Ingenious invention ' —An ingenious and _US_^-liHR1_!0^!1}!!_"! on tne construction of carriage steps has rcce ~ ntly _~ ob ~ taTned a " pa* tent in Great Britain. A London coach maker, by a very simple application of mecliiiiucaP p6weT,~'has so -contfived-~~it that—;' when the door of a carriage or the apron of a cabriolet is opened the steps fold down_^ 8 when it is shut the steps at the same moment fold up. This invention would be. ' particularly useful if introduced in this country, where footmen are not in universal use, as it obviates the necessity for the coachman's leaving his box, and thus avoiding both trouble and risk.- '- ' "_'

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