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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

SI-X CF.XTS _K_K XV A liD. EK B AN_,\\VAY from the subscriber _living ¦*• "*' in Libertv township, about the ."JOlli of November _lH.'H) ,an indented folored hoy about li) years of age, tunned WILLIAM LINI):-EY. Ho was to havo served until 21 years of age. lie had on when ho absconded, a drub coat, a _liyht vest, light corded -pantaloons, and a fur hat. /He _js uboiit three foot eight 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 knile. All persons arc cautioned against harboring or employ ing .said .boy. Thaabove reward will be paid for his delivery to the Subscriber, or .secured* in.the. jail of Adams county. , J|OMN PKD<)N". April (i , 1831.* r-.l 41.--52

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

SA_^_IPLF, OF _MASONIC SKI LL! {_tt"""'Freeme,i! Look nt this!! Shall masonry command the L'uiled Slates' troo|>s to her aid, in her strife with- the people ! y et she hasdcir.: it, rej'eatO'liy, ;:_;id she has g iven us another sample . of her skill in the science-of A!.ri;c, at the recent town meetiwx in Hackels !l:u'l;or, by bringing the ' . ; .!i• ¦ j- .-i tii'ihe j;.;l!.i t_'- > _voli! n_'o_'.vn ilie Anti'?iia-iins. 1 low over v. hen tiiev came to the pt- , -ii- - t!ieT)_i;ard _ii romptly rrfused their votes. !»_iit Ik'.; ''haudii.aid''wa.s not to ho so easily foiled, yunieof the _lioyal Archers cuaxed them into another room and exchanged _elitthesj with them—they their went to the polls, and live or sbv of them succeeded in •^weiring in liu-ir voles—-.! ¦ " ¦' -y were soon uoi-ociud, and the (.oils closed. \ _Ciiiivtautfitc Phenix.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

CALLATTHE Old Establishment, And examine the Cheap Goods, And purchase them, if they arc as cheap asahy others,_^consistiiig ~ as follows:-— T_' English Dry Goods, Domestics, Groceries, Queens-ware, Hard-ware, 11 olio w-ware, Dunstable Bonnets, Shoes, &c. THOMAS J. COOPER. N. B. Persons whose accounts are of longer standing than Six Months, are requested to _callitiid settle, as money is wanted—and if they cannot pay on the spoty g ive their notes to stive cost. T. J. C March 30, 1831. 4t—r j ,l

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

FA€TOKY. rH_^H-E subscriber respccifully. informs the -**• ' public in general, that ho has .again taken that well known-ati ' 4 long-eshvlAishcd-PACTORY,(the property of the ltov. David Foutz,) on Middlc-crcek,and has taken LEV1 CJ'KtlJIVLE _4ntoc partnership with htm; and that all woiksent to the Factory, shall bo dona in a good, substantial manner. ; ¦ SA.V1UKL ARTiiUK. : -April n, 1831. ¦'- • ' v ¦ ¦ 4t—?>2 ¦ _" V_^_-/ _" _- : : _^ 0. " _-_^- ¦ ' ¦ ' . _"¦V *-r_*V

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

_NOTICE _T_^IIE Stockholders pf-thc Hanorer and -**- _Carlisle Turnpike Road Company are hereby notified that an election for TWO MANAGERS, will be held on Monday the second day of May next, between the hours of 10 and 4 o'clock on _said day at tho house now occupied hy John Wol f, innkeeper, in South _Middletbn township, Cumberland co. The Commissioners of Cumberland and Adams counties, are hereby notified, to meet at the same time and place, and clioose THREE MANAGERS_^_siucfc raul all to serve for one year. Bv order _oftlie Hoard. SAMUEL WOODBURN, Scc'ry. April _«, I8.-5 .1. . .. 4t—f,2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

_WQTms JC L L persons having aity dernn " nus|'.3Tany '_£*¦ hind, against the estate " of JO(IJS FICKtiS, Esq. late_/_.f Huntingdon township, iV '_darns Coun . ty deceased, are request-, cd.to present the same to the subscribers for sott'lcilieiit—and all persons owing said estate, are _^notified to call and pay the same. " ¦ - ' JACOB Fl-tlkKS_,/ ' PETER-H. SMITH, ' _Aifmimstratorkof John F' u&es _cltccnsa/. March _y*),.lti31. . . . 4t—5_i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 4 May 1831

ALL persons indebted to the estate of O,y v_*d. ¦ _Dbmakhkr, late of StrabmV tpwi}ship, Adams county, deceased, are requested to come forward and make, payment immediately—and those having ' claims agaiiist said estate, ane also requested to present them fpr/Snttlement. "¦ . : _HENRT _BUINKERHOFIu/_JrV. April 6, 1831. "4t 5*2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

_rifK _3IISf. ; i<JL_^AX._Ti From the iVow-Yof!-. Elinor. tite vi err .if or Ttiiri.F.s. livJ. K.I'aii._ihn,;. According to all the rules liy _whuhivc estimate worlill-v.._Jiiil>|_UjK!Ks,J\|r8 Irliy tnitrli! In have I"'1 '" :i liu|>]iy num. Ho. had hi-nlih, wcMlh, an 'htiufihle _\vil(_i and obedient children. His _integrity ifaini'il li'iin the respect of the _frnoi!_, and his wealth s 'cured the preference ofshrh as only liniv In worldly prosperity. JJut. the most, _delusive estimates nl happiness lire those xvhoercci on (lie _Icisis of outward appearances. I'roni these, we decide I hat n j nauoufWil (o he happy, and set him dmvn .as'sueh without liirther _iuquiiv. Ilappiui _'-'H is in the disposition, not in,pill ward circumstances, ami thus _^.niiiiiily denend-; _* (Vri" ourselves. < ¦ The subject _oi'oiir " stnrv inherited from both _JS ' iiriiSlifa an impatience _oftrilles _. His father !i;i:i not the patience to do any _tiling that co_*l him u i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

:. _. r_jg. a sc k. To the Editor of the London Morning Chronicle. PAP,IS, March 27,1 S:il. Sir—The Austrians have entnred I'ologna! The emperor, when he made his Proclamation in favor of "Order " and "Despotism?- declared .lhat the Austrian _^ troops were "in the first instance" to outer Modena and Parmu. The lovers of peace, at all hazards, and at all prices, said, that although tlio " pacific" Kmperor spoke ?'bf the first instance," yet really lie had no intention of proceeding into the'_Roman Slates—and that if by any _fyiistaka.the troops should proceed as far ns Ferrara, that they would arrest their inarch at the 'birth-place of Ariosto, and not incur the indignation nnd-feproachos, the anger anil _rcWentniont of France!—From hour to hour these assurances have been mado in fit; Temps (xvhieh of late hns changed its colors;) in the Journal des I)ebaty, which no later tlmn. yusterday recom'' in"nd;'d war in _casri the Austrian troops should attempt to establish themselves ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

Till" OI,IO. -" \Yilli nirirti-st /Imrrrs i.nrir/t'il From vririii'i fi gardens cnWd tpilli care" T11 K .ROSE O V 31 A V. . by tiik Armor. ok"i.ettkus rno.MTiiK _i:.\st." I paid tho (lower would hlonui no more, That wilhcr'd _yestnrihiy; That inorniiif; dews would ne'er rostoro .Mv lovely ros;-_<if Muy. The _tMihirc '.va»! too Void athinfr In 111v sweet dream to he: * The |>iven! ro_^e, the present _spring ' , Are all of lite, to me. I ilo remeniher well my ffriof, When died my (lower—and then Jfy joys which time _hfoujrht, leaf b y lc:if, Assweol a tlowe.r i)<rnii>. And 'hen I said, "Fiii-owe-ll,despair, Thou art no _{jnest'lor me; Vhatn'er 1 luso of _bright, or fair, I hope _nirtiin to see." Alas! I've often wept, since then. And death has robh'd my limvi'm; Hut. even iimidst. the tjrieFs ofmi'ii, ' ' I've " comfort (bund in flowers. For, if Ihe bloom of love he brief. And if Fame's crown be riven, t I would not mo'irn liie's (Tidin;; leaf. Hut. l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

QIT.STIONS AND ANSWF._RS.. IW/^m ' s T_^rermasonry like an Oirl / NF_.AU _SfCirPKl) PI_^.—Dnrin_^ the late eclipse, manv an unconscious beauty smut led (he end of her pretty nose, while _viewing the phenomenon through a smoked jflass,-^—bu! this _oirpornoss of observation was not confined exclusively to the ladies. A boy not _rfiimrkable for precocious wisdom was seen in a nei_^ hboriii"; yard fastening a liu_^o p:iir of his _tfranduiothcr ' _t; specs on the nose ofa _Ciipaciotts and sa»e _looliiii" porker: he said_'.jie was only letting tin: 'Might of science" into the ¦ pii/'n head. JY. I". Constellation. -lMH'anse it sunns the _iiifiii, and comnut. its d'_^pivtliitions in darkness. 11 In/ i:< it ///,( ' n fjtnn/er ? Uccause it wont work withuut a fee. 117// / t ' .s• ' // like l/n• _Jteril > liucaii.se it worries whom it can't devour. Dr. IV'iijiimin Franklin lirst _introduced hrnom corn into this country; he had the r.uriositv to s;ive a lew s-M;dsthat were...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

~~ „.'_:...' *1>" ~ "-~T . —~_TZ^^ZZZ_~ ~ , _i OFFICE OF _ThE ST_^R, CirAMBKnSBL'Uti, STnKKT , A F . kW _POOHS W-nrr of -Mitr-FonHT_^s- TiT_^_ny. — ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuousl y inserted four tiinns for ONE roLi.AR por s(|u,-iro—oxer four times, twknty-kive cents por _squnrc will he _charirnd. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

TKRMS OF /THIS PAPKR:_^-Two DoM.An' » ¦^o r annuin—payable half yearly in advance. JS_» 8_^tb"S6ip'ti61_ST_^^_TbT_168_RTh"ah~ srx " nionthg7and none discontinued until all _arrearages are paid, unless at the option of tho Editor—And a failure to notify a discontinuance will be considered a new engagement, and the paper forwarded acj cordinjjly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

_v ¦ — From the Huntingdon Courier. "PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN." ivik. fcniTon.—l had thought that the settled policy of the American Government was _jrrotection to our domestic manufactures. Experiments alreudy made, have been so satisfactory, and so demonstrative of the wisdom and necessity' of this measure that, I _presumed, no administration would venture to oppose it. In this, however, it would-_^ecm_, 1 ha\e been greatly mistaken_^ "The present administration lias evinced no' disposition to foster a system which is vitally connected _wilhjhu ^(-nc-ral prosperity of our country. A 'largo majority of the supporters 6f President Jacksonis-administration, in both houses of Congrrss, are decidedly opposed to the measures which have been .advocated and sanctioned by every administration since the bst w ar, and to which Pennsylvania hasalwaysstrenuously adlier_. ed. In the Southern . States, ho is . advocated as the avowed enemy of the Tariff, of the United States Bank, and the oppre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

A NT I. MASONRY. Amnnasonry is a principle, (says thn Newark N. J. Monitor) not to bo trilled with or set at nought; it contemplates the restoration of the people's rights, which have been wantonly usurped by a ' secYet combination, having secret laws with barbarous penalties —a combination opposed to the healthful cterc.iric'of lepublicangovernment, und waging an uncompromising warfare _against every thing which interferes with its ambitious schemes of self-ajxgrandizcmi'nt and political intrigue. Its votaries .have become as notorious for _their deeds of _darkness, _as for their contempt of public opinion. Antimasonry is opposed lo this formidable array of tyranny and _wickedness, and is destined to rcmovo the evils in morals and government which masrxirv hsis _engendered. And tue time is at hand when every one will be called upon to decide whether he wil) submit in silence to the doomineering sway of _masonic despotism, or join the standard of the people and _nssislihern ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

»U and in pfililic, " that * Protocol was aigno3"in London, on tho 17Ui March, which sanctions the occupation of Luxembourg & Iiiege _. by iho Prus-•_lan troops—tlio Scheldt by art English _navnl force—Muns, nrugn. 'v gml-Otttendy-by tttt-Rng4inlinrrny-—nnd _Naniur, _Brussels, Tourney, Ac. by FrMich forces!" This nrmy of occupation, nnd this i\col of inspection and order, are to bo stationed in BeNium for two objects; first,lo prevent a war bttweon that countiy and Hoi! ind_. i. o. pr.i-Teut an ailank otjtho part of tho _Uiitcli (jovornm»nt; mid second, to onibrcc on RWifiiim _ttf protocols _ofTjondon and the o ' .ocfion ol ' _* uch al'rmca as may bo _agreeable to tho Allied Power* ' . ! Do Ipledca myself Miiit thin protocol has b&pa sinned? By no moans; but 1 lea*- it has liocn, nnd that even Talleyrand is a .party to suoh an .irranjjfinienl! If _Franoe will thus bo cajoled out of her Re-Tolution of lsIMslio will _tako care not to bo de'ceived ia 1_^_3t; and any C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

Interesting Summary. «AJ)JVS TED VA L UA TION" Tii'J follcwing I iiblo _ot "the adjusted valuation of real and personal property in (lie _several Counties of _tliU _CoinmunwKiilth, made taxable for the purposa df -raising Coantv Ratos and levies," was tuknn at ll:-.rriblmr{j, iVotn documents in possession _oftli:; Connnittec of Ways and Moans. We _pnsnuaie _itte suificiuntiy-accurate ibr.tlie purpose of showin.i; the relntivc amount ol tax to bo paid by the people of each county, in _pursuance of thu act of last session, "increasing the County Hates and Levies _foi the use of the Coinmo.-jwealtl)." Valuation. Tax, Adams - . 84,S)7!)_,S83 $4,970 \lhgheny d,_022, -2->() 8,0,_^ .-Vrnistrong 1,101,765 1,101 Beaver 1,770,784 1,770 ¦Bedford 1,1(54,167 _^ ,1,101 Uerka. .7,310,113 _' ' 7,310 Bradford ¦ 1,71G,3«J1 1,710 iiik-ka • • ' 14,_422,5o4 14,4-22 Butler 1,107,734 1,107 Chatter 14,4,31, 7.jy 14,401 _Curnberland 9,014,041 9,014 Cambria ' 405,75:$ 40o Columbia 2,8()0 ,0t_»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

Altetne last _ine "STAY OF _EXRCUTlONr!" * /•. .i i . r ¦ i . * ¦ _i>i r _Legislature naa passcu-. improvenient bi!!, and the GovernorJ«(fl given his pressing advic'-rtoTax-itkriost all things to raise money to meet the interest on the State debt, and the Legislature had passed those bills—(he chairman of tho committee of Ways and Means offered a resolution, to suspend anv process relative to those tax bills until after the first of Octobor i..?xt. The resolution passed and received the approbation of the Governor. Here was a case of cowardly electioneering rarely " equalled in our government.— The Gov. had declared that there would be a deficiency in moans to pay interest on the first of August next, ol g52OU,OOO'and he had pressed the legislature to provide means to meet it—he had told the same body that he signed the Jate improvement bill under tho fullest impression that laws would be passed to meet the interest of our state loans; yet, when the tax bills passed, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

"RIGHT OR WRONG." From the _Oiiuiulajjo Republican. While certain freemasons and their jacks, deny thu corrupt and dangerous influence of freemasonry in protect ing fi>!ons from tho rigor of tin! law, and by which the guilty escape punishment, we are aut hui ised to sny, that in 1 _^"J") , a constable, and then or sinco deputy sheriff, obtained a wan ant to search for a stolon watch. The constable, and thief were mason:;. Tho constable on his way for the watch, said to one he _supposed to be a mason:H 'Now, Gardiner is a mason; wo must not find the watch." Il was not found! The thief _conscious of security, and feeling anlb in the prolocltonofinusunic power, iiupudently demanded satisfaction of the owner of the watch, and threatened a suit fir slander, unless satisfaction was made. Th« thief sold the watch at a distance. Chance, however, brought it into the neighborhood, whereit was recognized, " arid the theif sen ton . ced to sixty "days'iniprisonmont, during which ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

_BALTIMORE, May 3. We teart! that the travelling- on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road' is rapidly increasing as the weather is becoming more mild and the season mo-re attractive. Not less than two hundred _passengers, as we are told, arrived by the. squadron f>f Cars which came down last evening from Ellicott's Mills. There _' is no doubt but that, as the Rue of the road is extended, there \viii ben rttpid increase both of _passengers and produce offered for _transportation. VVo are informed _4hat great efforts an?. making on-the part .of the Company to be prepared both with passenger and burthen Cars,'to meet every dcmaiidjand a most active scene may be _fupected on the road during the season.—Gazette. Phovidevfi\t Fea.r.—Near Rjdosto, wO_«aw_,_ayoung soldier mounted oniWiand-«om9 charger,'4WTein"5 of which were held by an old Turk with a venerable whitebeard; _Jhey were father and son; the _youngei man was known to John. rHi_^ family were rich, . and lived near the ...

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