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

RENUNCIATIONS OF MASONRY "We have _renounced the hidden thing* of iniquity, not walking in craftiness." . Rev. Periey Hall, of Berkshire, _Vj. George Carlton, Luenburg, Vt. Sihith Rogers, Benningfon,. _Yt ,!^ Rev. Joseph _Roirinson, Richmond, Rf•. David Brown, do. do. Daniel Kccherhon, Litchfield, do. Joseph Hateiey, Reading,"Cofin. ,., Samuel Richards * do. John _Bechrith, Willet T N. Y. ¦_£ Jonn Bullald, Hendersonr do. v Natkl. Hicks, Collins, do. Silas Benson., Fabrics, dp. . Jophua S. Lewis, Petersburg, do. William Gidney, Milton, do. Thos. H. Rice, Worcester, Mass. Paul Alnord, Clvmnf, do. Samuel Henry, Wilbraham, do. Moriah, in Essex county, N. Y. has carried theantimasonic ticket by a large majority—masonic last year. 40JO0_O Crouter'fhe Legislature _p fMain_« have been called upon to pay the bounty of «'ight cents per..,head oh 40,pOO crows—a totat of 83,200. Cuiboni? Wont morecrows come? We advise the Legislature of Maine to read the table of the fox and th_« lii_«s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

-LE A fiU JJl'X)Mo=_^= a_yirtiious- ' man> --ftn _efficient officer, and a profound statesman* , * PENN. Huntingdon, April 11,1831. lETTlie followingis an oxlr_^ct'from a Utt«r addressed to _tlio editor of tho Rochester N. Y Enquirer, dated at Albany, !V. Y. The name _if JOHN M'LEAN 'as candidate for the -Pkejsidencx is caught, up w_.ith enthusiasm every where! He is&tricd man, of firm Republican integrity, and micompromising huuesty. It is thought if bo is a candidate he will be cloclejcl. On« might imagine jhe 'result,--from the general current of., public ' opinion. Nobody is a-< gainst him. Let his name' be mentioned where you will, it has a startling effect, a* much as to say, "JUST THEMAiy." The Post. Offick.—If it be true, as ia _ropresentpd, that Mr. Barry tendered his resignation, the country will deeply lament the refusal of the President to accept it.— He is a vain, idle, inefficient man, under whose uuspicics the Post Oilico. Department is g...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

i MASONIC RENL'NCIATrONS. ri't. _ .1 __ __. i n« genueineu 'vnose names are annexed are mou of high respectability of character. Many of them are clergymen, and all m'Mi of benevolence and piety, who havo loft~thc instttutiotiof_^masonry -fer-eortscirnco sake. They have generally given" their reiiunciafions to the world with reasons at some length, for which we have not—room _afprescnt. All of these concur inonestarpmenf, that m.-'sonry is revealed. They also agree-that it is n.-»(•«¦ked institution,— They haTe"boon ;convin;cpd .that masonic oaths are void, and having been taken in sin, should not. he kept. They also, with one voice, dec-la re it to he political and antireligious in its tendency. They have deserted it now, because they have some assurance of protection in their property and lives from the Universal scrutiny and feeling ¦at,present going forward among the public. They deferred their renunciations onl y because their safety might have been compro_. mitted by an ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

rvvurff_/ mt iiiitllllfl KXUMSII AND GERMAN Printing Establishment, . I h_^Ojljce composed every rtecessarj%.tdsferja-l_9 as a cojrtplete Book arid Job Office; a {rood Ramage _Prses; the assort-' merits of Tvpe- are good—'-the Job and all' the German, as well as part ofthe English? Types are all buf now, and every thing ingoofi e_>r(ler to execute any kind of _to>rk# The reason for offering the establishment onjhc above _favorableconditioiiH, ie, because 1 have establisheo another Office at Lebanon Pa. which requires my presence and whole attention, nnd having given the charge of th_» office at New Berlin, to Mr. Ilachenbergi whd from reasons above stated, has no time' to attend to tire "business, as it should be attended; arid the _subscriber _wishing go _settle a large outstanding business in _Unrort and' the _adjoiningjjouhties_^vhich cannot be done,-to the advantage of the Office, as long as h«_- has any interest in. the same. Op_^Letters nddrpssed to the sub...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

BALTIMORE MARKET. From the Patriot of Saturday last. FLOUR, Howard-sl The market Imsbeen dull this week, and we have consequently but few trans_, actions to notice. In the early part of the \veoki »moll lots from stores were sold at S5 75. On Wednesday, sales of 600 brls. wore niadn at 5 _SUi »nd on ilie same day 500 brls. woro gold nt 5 50 A lot of 150 brls. extra brand, was also taken at 5 75. Yesterday it was oil'cred freely from stores at 5 50, and wo find that holders who are disposed lo sell, usk 5 51) to-day. Until 'I'lioatlay in ' clusivo tho wagon price was generally 5 50 _^or brl. ; but ¦inco then Until to-day inclusive it lias boon uniform at 5 iio. per brl. Most of Hie receipts, howevor, have been put into store on account of the owners, who ate unwilling lo tuko the current rates. _J .» \VHEAT:i-At the commoncomonlof the week _ealos of parcels of prime rod West Brunch Susquohauiin wero _nunlo at SI 21 _j_>ci bushel, and more recently sales of several _rai...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

_GiETTYSUUltU 'I'he public is rcspcntfuOy informed that tho next — riessiorrof tliis-Ittstitution \vrH-comTnence_J On MONDAY, the IGth of May instant. 1b making this announcement, the Trustees arc happy to have it in their power to stale, that they have succeeded in malringsuch arrangements and providing stich accommodations, as promise not only to sustain, but materially to increase, the reputation of tho _School. A brick _eiiiiice bay been -purposely erected, in an elevated and healthy situation, and comfortably provided witli the necessary furniture and accommodation* Measures, have also l_»een adopted, to mafe considerable additions to the Chemical and Philosophical apparatus; by which the course _ofinstructioii in the experimental Sciences, will-be _rendered no less interesting than instructive to the pupils. l?nt the ciic' umstaucc on which the Hoard chiefly rest their anticipations of the prosperity of the Institution, is the fact, dial they have succeeded in _making ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

LAYING OF THJB CORNER STONE. The public is respectfully informed, that tho CORNER STONE OF THE ¦ V . • . Th to logical Seminary, IN THIS PLACE, _WII_.L BK LAID O_^_- THURSDAY, the 26/A of May instant. It is expected that the Rev. Messrs. _Uhliior_^ and Reck will address the audience in the German, nnd Messrs. Sciiaeffkr and _KirAUTn in the English language. The services in the German _lungu.nge to commonce at 10 o'clock,.apd in the English at half past'11 o'clock A. M. A collection will betaken for the benefit of the Institution. On the evening of the same day the Graduate Address wilTbc delivered by the Rev. Mr. Havurstick, and on tliq morning fotlcAving,\ at" 10 o'clock (he Anniversary Ad_^re&es'pftbeStiiJcnfs. * _, '. - J.G._^f#_RRJS, MUjlMfm , " ' • Shw'iy-._«fll_*e_'Boir ' ai . '

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

Tj. A.GODEY & CO _if~_kFFER their services to collect for thoif _^-_^ city and country friends, ami all others, having _chiinis !i<fainst individuals and others in Philadelphia. They have determinJ ed to devote a considerable! portion of their time to this new branch, and are well convinced that their exertions will give satis* faction to their employers. There are no doubt many persons_^' at a distance having" claims flt.tr might ()<? collected, «vera they aware of responsible persons to address. — The great _expanse in many instances paid for Lawyer's fees, and where there has bccD no necessity (or such a proceeding, prevent* many lawful accounts from b_^iug adjusted. They will receive bills & accounts from any part of thecountry,which will be immediately attended to, & the pi oceedsapplied in this city,or forwarded by mail ns may _bediiected_^ No charge in any case will be made _unlesa the monoy is actually collected_^ The commission in...

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

Ai morninoiuiu _luuipuriuiwi society 01 TRIUMPH OF TEMPERANCE! a g newtille, on Monday the second inst. ninety-five new members were added to the Society. It is believed that this is the largest accession which, at an/ time, has been mado to tho cause of _Tempqganco, in this part oi'our country.—Carlisle Expositor. _Cumberland VaWv Rail Roar.—Wo learn from tho Volunteer,.-that Books woro opened in Carlisle; on Monday weok last, for subscriptions of stock to._lhis road., and that 153 shares were taken ou tho two first days. Tho bewkr wcrq to havo remained opened until hist Saturday evening. Carlisle and Hanovkr Turnpike Road.—Wo lisa . learn from tho Volunteer that , on Monday woek last, Messrs. _Satmuei. Woodbu ' A _' n, Daniki. _Shepfer, John _Bjiouqh, Isaac YVeaklsy-, and Ricijard _Craichead, were elected nmnagors for the ensuing your. Tho throe first nrimotl genllom*n were elected by tho CommiMiona/t <Jf Cmn. HEAR !!!—A Mason _»f the high degre_«s,living in the c...

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

MORGAN'S ILLUSTRATIONS.-T--A few _weoks ago, it will bo rocolleclod, we hold tortb a proposition to the lodge or any of its advocates in this or other places, who might think proper to accept it, to prove tho truth or falsity of Morgan's _disclosures.« Knowing that there are persons so wrapt up in tho _*b' eliofi Unit if Masonry was an absurd and unchristian institution, thu,t many of its members who protondchristianit j'_. wouldronounce their Connexion with it, Wo woro induced to make the proposition. Wo dono it not for the suko of personal gain—-but for llifjTjTrreew-purposo.of convincingJJie people that what had been laid lo the charge of Matonry, was not without foundation. The inquiry has _botn frequently made of us whether our proposition had been, accepted. We have _aTrrSworod the/n in _tUe negative. Although there afo tliose who will say, and write, long communication* _, to prove, that we have _putifishod norib-of tha Socjrels •_CMasonry, ud (hut Morgarin bwok fol...

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

DIED, . On Sunday _evening last, .Mrs. Rerecc-a Stark, wife of Mr. John N. Starr, of this borough. _Hor rctiiiiins were 'conveyed yesterday to _Tunevtown, Md. IrH_+ie-death of _lhid " " trnly amiable lady, society has lost an useful _inembpr _^va 'Tiusbtind beeji deprived of an _alKictionate and beloved _^viilf—and a _young _infaiit bereft of a tender and dc atin»- mother. While we condole with the partner of her bo_^oin and her friends inMhe irreparable loss, let us hope that with her "(o die is _gain"—and that she has only exchanged the sorrows of an eaVthly existence for an heavenly inheritance—that she has winged her litght to that abode, "Where jovs immortal _roipn. "

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

ifflOTdiB- . : ProthpnolarifTOffide, I - " May 5, 1631. _,> _npttE account of John Zieoler, Tniatmf -*• of ElizXhkth Eiirhart, a non compos mentis, is filed in my office, and trill be alitxed for confirmation ' on the 4th Mon-_* day of A _irgus 111 e x t. GEO. _WELSfl_, Proth'y. AGENCY IN ' rmi.AmSPHIA. _- OfFirK of ti:k Lady 's Book, h llQChojnut Street. C

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

' "' iMAKRltiD, ' On _Weilnpsday evening last, by tho Rev. Charles G. M'Lenn. .Mr. 1'r.nuv J Uiun.L, of Cum!>erl:)_iul county, (formerly of this place) to Miss Makiaii Hou.nliu, of this borough. f On Tuesday wccklast, _^T r. Nelson H_'_aoets to Miss Jam: M'Cuhdv—both of Cumberland township.

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

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

_^T _ATi _j _TiTV. From the Now York (' .ni_^_tc'_iut ' _iuii. TJTE II A> ii I A" ii. Mrs, Nom:tn.—Oh! I never wass-i shock ed in all my horn days! Mrs. _Trtir//ii._— :-L;h-k'.' A ! nt what ? Mrs. Nom.—At th.-!i;:i>':i:ig. I've beer over to _Ellis's Div._ul to fee Gibbs ant Wansley stretched u]). Oh heavens! _wliiil a shockin sight it was! Aim. True,—Why do you go to hoc a sight so _shocking? Mrs. Nom.—Oil, I. alwnys go trVall the litingins, and take my children along with ' mv. I think it's my duty to bring 'em up in the way they should go. Mm. Tritt.—Aad so v flu-take them to the _gallows! Mrs. Nom.—Yes, _Airs. Tnieby, I cl_« j think it's the most _ellec _'liml way to keep " em from iniquity—doni you ' . ' Mrs Tr.w..—On the; contrary, it seems U\ me the most likely way to riiimhem. _Il corrupts their morals and _hardens then hearts. Mrs. Nom.—TTow can }r pti say so! For my part, I think it'.s the only way to make 'em _iioiiost: and that the -nioro people they...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

fi TIIKSATlJliDAYCOl KIKR _rf~^N the rs t Saturday in April _wasconr _^_-*: inenced a Periodical Journal, to bo published once a w _' _eTJli,aiul clfsigiial.ed'IVv the above title. Custom has rendered il necessary for the projectors of a new hlnrary uiidertiiking_^-to-|ir»is_^iil-_(tu Hiiiilysiso|'the pi m which they intend to adopt, in order that the public may judge" boWlar the scheme is likely to be deserving of patronage. Ours shall be brief. Newspapers have been aptly called The (_chronicles of the Times, and when under the guidance of sound principles and _assrr. ed abilities, may justly be considered the safeguards' of a nation. Many, however, diverted from the legitimate objectsol their institution, are prostituted to purposes which involve injury to the morals, and impediment, to the advimeenient of a people. This it shall be our study to avoid. 'All matters of interest, connected with the general and state-.governments shall rceeive from us the earliest attention. We...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

A PUZZLE "Theopholis Thistle the thistle _sifter silted a sieve lull ot unsitted thistles and ii Theopholis Thistle the thistle sifter sifted a sieve full of unsifted thistles, where's the sieve full of sifted thistles that T_,heopholis Thistle the thistle sifter sifted?" It is hardly __e(|ual to the following from the famous Hen Johnson:— " If a twister, a twisting, doth twist him a twist, and one twisted twist of the twister while twisting,-untwist; then the twister. who, 'twisting untwisted, the twist, the untwisted twist must untwist." ' W(J_| are informed from the most respectab' ieJfruliiority that he has made a fulj disclosu,re of aJl the accomplices,' aiders and ¦a_^sil_^rs _inliis piracies, ailtl that it is the _intention of lite poison who has the information iivhis possession, to proceed, without delay to Wa.--!ii««luri and coniini)iiica,tc it without delay lo the President. _. Whenpubii.sfk'd,,says'pur informant ''il_^ t-ill astound li ' ic_}iei>i)lc vf th...

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

- _ '_^ "4 2 1— _1__ ~ __.-_! w l'roin .Moore's Alriotiuis.-' ' . . Oil _MIJF.R'I'V! " Tn»' _nfirrcd tlmlio tli.it our cnutitr, - _ontivinnlii, ¦ And flr.hr lot! in honrt lie- l-oiii'vuijr.-ie.cc re inn ins, Vol. (_1'irk nr(! llip t->:_» v:\.•T' .i " iin llli.'rlv _sliinpth, , And s_;i(! the rb-iicailjrur.i.-Ki'm! !;iu'iy _st.iius. Oil tlion! vli'iv.-frt lior;_i in !l_;."ot oi ' ih. _-> ji'".;.-.ant, » Hut _)ii'sl_<>' _Isiiiirno, - in liivn; , ' _w ';, ¦ .>)»• , Our vision, wlirn ulisirit—«mr _;:io: . -. hrn _prosmt, __ . Wlicr;! thou _sir:, () I ,; .!i:>rl _v! SIkmc i¦; my home. Farewell to tlm In ml \v!_inir in _rhilulmoi! 1 ivumicrM _llLV'_iiin ii_^ _Slic mi_^_iiU", hi v:iin in sim lir:ive! _1'nlileslin tlin li|(.d(! tl. it |!»r .tv!. 'iini>' i- ; sijiiiiiiil'M-M_; " Anjl I ' aino li_^isno wraiths liii-tlr.: .lir.ow of UiO slnve. But hail to Iliee, Albion! _atIki uip ' _pIVI Ilie rommol ion Or._EiirujiO as culm us tliyHi.' "....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 11 May 1831

-—srxrcTzyrs _itEWitim_; O AXAWA\ from the subscriber living •_"-•' in Meiiajlon township, Adams county5 , on the 17-tlrof April, T83rraniTuIcntc "d_* ap. " prentice to the Weaving Business, named-PETER CISLER—he has three years yet to serve. I liereby caution the public against harboring, or. employing SttiJ j)Oy) or trustin g him on my account. ,., GEORGE TAYLOR, Mr*n:ill(i»_.township, Adams Co., Pa. ; May 4, l_^_.'U.->—— ¦ " _¦ ""^^F ~ _UZ_^Z_^f

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

BOOT a SHOE "ftXAKZSTG. T_7ierFiiT)_sc " nT)rrr fosy)_erTfyilTs 7 iiiTiirfnS fTie in .habitants of (ioltysburg and vicinity, thut he has taken the Shop, in — -W<'-st-fo>iJi-SU-ct-i,_4iiU']yitccupicd by iMr. Robert Taylor,and that UK IS rHKl'AHKD TO _MANUFA ' C_^ff KK

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