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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

PUBXIC HOUSE. The subscriber has taken that old _fff _WRRTP _ffl -I_^HL IS_9N _%?IC& ._iiiQ\tmiM&i Mi!ni»iiiuntf8'. (_forhbsly ocpupie u by Geo. Lasiiexls,) On the York and Gettysburg Turnpike Road, 5 miles from GettysburgTand 2\from York. Having provided himself with e_*cry aceomnaodation-fbr TraTellersr Wagoners, and _Dfcovers, he invites those who travel' that way to give him a. call, and-judge whether hi» entertainmcutj_, and changes do notjtastify the invitation. ROBERT TAYLOR. Apiril27v 1831. " ¦ tf—2-3 N- B«_J *ersone mdebted to ir.e, arc requested_, to _eafl on Moses McClean, Esq. in whoso hands I havo placed , my books, and'moke immediate _settlement R.T.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

v Advertisements. , _liOOlL 6 1ST! DO respectfully inform the public generally, TIIAT I HAVK JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF SEASONABLE GOODS: Which. I otliir on pleasing terms for CASH or . ' COUNTRY PRODUCE: CONSISTING PARTLY AS FOLLOWS: Domestics, British Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-Ware, . Queens-Ware, Shoes^\&c. A LSO on hund, LUMBER, for sale. THOMAS J. COOPER. May 24r 1831. 4t—7

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

OUMBERIAND INN. The undersigned respectfully makes known to the public, THAT HE HAS TAKEN THAT WRLL KNOWN |H_|IBm Situate at the south end of Gettysburg, on tho I&ltimoro turnpike, called the "CUMBERLAND INN," where Travellers, Drovers, Wagoners, &c. can be at all times accommodated, and ovcry exertion made by himself and family to render satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. J. HARBAUGH, May 24, 1631. tf—7

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

STRAYMARE. . C<AiME to tho enclosures of the subseri-; ber, living in Cumberland township, Adama county, on Sunday the 15th inat-a BAY M ARIV m_^ _mtieut l'5 _' jwaip. old, with both _^fc_^VTO hind •feet white to _rhe pnsturo \TZj_*yf}f • joint _s and sovcrnl whito " _siwts on _MaSBBHOF thobridt—shcxlallromidv She had apart of a _Haltev chain and (lie neck-band,on when ;• ahja w»w1_fuitenv up. The owner us desired to cisiineiind prove prtijtprty, pay _charjifts _aiid tafeprowny: VKWU EPLfcf U.: '- _m_^_:\ jV'-m..- _-_' .. - ' ¦ ' - • ._; ' •;.»»¦-_f r

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

NOTICE. THE creditors _oE JOHN, BEAR Jr. an insolvent debtor, are notified to-present (hoir claims to the _siibscrHtor for set tlemont. \ : Elizabeth, YErrs, mVv i_« rs;vfv; ¦" ¦ -¦•• ¦ \r: ' -i,Tr>i^!^. '' '

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

Ji'ST RECE1VED 4* FOR SALEB Y D. C_!O_>irORT_,4 "" A NEW AM) _nKAI_^T FUL _ASSO TMENT OF DIM GOODS, "—ALSO—:«> HAHRKLS QV shad, m:i{Ri.\ <; _$• _mackfaiei.; which will bo sold low for Cash . May, 24, _ISai. 2—S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

TJIE MISCELLANY. _, From tlio Now York Mirror. THE UNEDUCATED WIFE. coNTiivurcn-—chapter rir. It is impossible to give any idea of the agony ntul grief of Isidore: she sccmnd heside herself; nnd Fitzgerald alarmed for her health, hurried nw;iy us soon as possible after the burial of the old general, who Was followed to hiu humble grave b}' his two children and tho lUithml Indians. 1 shull pass ovor theirjonrnoy. Isidore's wonder at the towns and cities they visited, and the consummation of their wishes in a union, which as it was founded on the most disinterested attachment, promised uninterrupted happiness. It was many months after their marriage, before Fitzgerald took his vVifc to his residence on the banks of ther -Htidson. It was nrnwot Tdniightfrrt-placo_^-hirge;- _convenient and _eJogaut; and tlio gentle Isidore thought, as she wandered through the superb apartments, how gratified her dear grandfather would have _bueii to see hor mistress of such an establishment, and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

TH3 TK3.33 S0_M_3S. " Wlmro is thy homo?" I linked a child, _Wfi _' a, in tho morning air, _^ ' _^ — Whs twinini; _(lowerB in'ifil _Kwenteanil _^ ild, In garlands for hor hair. \ _^ "My homo," tho happy heart replied, And _smilt.'d in childish gift", "Is on tlio sunny iiiomituin Hide U'hcru Holt winds wander free." O! lilesKin_^a full on artless youth, And Ullits rosy hours, When every world is joy and truth, And _trcasuros livo in _llowors ! " Where is thy home?" 1 asked ofono Who b ' ont, with _Hushing lhe«, To hour a warrior's lender tono In'tho wild wood's _socrct place: She spoko not, hut her varying chook, Tho talo might well impart j Tlio homo of her young spirit meek -Was on a kindred heart. Ah! souls that well might soar abovo, To earth will fondly cling, And build their hopes on human love, That light and fragile thing! " Whore is thy homo, thou lonoly man?" I asked a pilgrim grey. Who naino, with furrowed brow, and wan, Slow musing on his way. He piusod, nnd with a ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

TERMS Or _TTTiR _PAPRR:—Two_^oiXAn* per Miu_^iim—payable halt'yenrly in _adrattre. K p Hulipcrijitiniis taken for less than six months_^and none _dicrtiiilHincd _niiUl iilljirrparnge« arc paid, _Unless at Dig ciplion of ihij Etlifor—und a failure; to notify a _divcoiiliiuiRnro will bo _ronsidored a now _ciiirajjpinont, ;md the _pajier forwarded ac-«irdin<rly. '_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

_OFFICE OF THE STAR, . Chamker _sbvbo _Strekt, " a few poors \_Vist of Mu. FonRv's _Tavkun. - " ___ / .ADVERTISEMENTS , Consptcuously inserted four times for one _nofXAft per _sq'naro—over four time?, twkntv-j'Ivk rF.NTS per square will ho charged.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

xTII M _ G ABl A _^R- _ "ftHth _swrrteft flower* i 'nrich l d From varit>_uthf<*_rt{fri* Cull'd with cart."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

' AyTi-MASoyia_ _raOCEKDIXCS OP TUG ;,-STATE _CONVENTlft\. . ' * [_Gbncluded._] , " ' . _kh ' Mr. Ro*ieb_^rgfk^>f Allegheny, chairman of tho *'ii. committee anM_^M&d under tin; iid resolution, re-- purled »» Address ' to the Peopleot Pennsylvania—' . which whs n'iii and adopted. [ ' flu _Addles will be puUi»htd in our next.] On motion of Mr. Caldwell of Lancaster, * _Retolvt_^,'V hiit_^. the State Committee bo instriicloii to take meaiureii to have county commitlons clcrted'or appointed in _thn different counties in which no committeej l»ave liemi a|>iK>iulcd. Retolvrd, That the ' Kioto oowinilton be million-¦ed to have 5000 copioa of the j>rw.o<icliugs of _tliiu cuuvtiiilioii |>ub)i8hod tor distribution, in the ratio of-the _congroHsional representation of Fennnylvunia _. _SOOO of which shall be in tho Knjjlisli, and ~3000~TS"tTiV German language On motion ofJWr. G. Watson of Alleghony, _Retolpfii , That this convention do now...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

FUOMJRFROPKj HIGHLY IMPORTAUTT! UUiRlOllB _TIDINdS FROM " POLAND A MOTHER RETREAT OF THK Hi IS itlANS-r-TRWMPir OF THE RKFORM. ERS INEXOLAND—HUMILIATION Ob DON MKJVEL. By un arrival at Now York , tlio Editors of tlio Commercial _Advorli.sor havo received their fUoH of London papers of _tlie _Itith of Muy_, nnd _Livor pool to tho17th. IMPO1_USANT FROM POLAND. "G(xl prospers the right J" Tho invaders of the gallant Poles have again advanced, and again been ropulscd, and the "lialkuu Passer" is at length passing backwards towards his own country. Tho _following is a despatch from the Polish commander, enclosed in a letter from Warsaw of May _2d. Extract of a letter dated Warsaw, May ii. Wo have had the Polish army at _Milosna again, two miles tYtsluM _ftfntf Warsaw.— The following is a despatch from General Skrzynecki:—. "General Diebitsch _hml concentrated all his forces, mid in person, at the head of his. advanced -guard, attacked on tl>e 'J. r >tlr our rearguar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

THE_^W- K WHIG The Editorbf tho N. Y. American hits-tho following _handsomo annuucialiuu <A the Now York Whig:— - "Tho N. Y. Whig, is edited by Orville _1> Tiolleji ' , lately fhe _' oditor 6? the Troy Senrtuel;aml by Henry Dana Ward, well known as one of the earliest and ablest champions of Antimasonry. It is uuder that Hug tluit this paper avowedly appears; and no press nor cause, can boost of advocates l)ctlt>r quallirioil for its vindication and advancement, titan tlit; gentlemen we have named. They aro both practised,arid vigorous writers, though in totally _dlfiOTonl_,styles: both men of character;J both individuals vvlio do honor to tl»o vocation. What, in such a cause as theirs can be dune, they will do—- well and worthily; and with the daily evidence around us of the progress of that cause we aro noi prepared to sny, that it is not dostinod to be triuntphaht, Yet wo must fttin confess that to us it does not _appeal with such force us that it sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

——— ::s: Tlie New York Journal of Commerce publishes a writ issued by the Supreme Court of tho state of N. York, in 1806, directing the Sheriff of the city and county , ot" New -Yorkjjo proclaim Edwaim> Livingston, the present Secretary of State, an OUT LA W! It seems that Mr. Living; ston had absconded from New York to avoid the payment of a private debt of $80,000—which.subjected him to the penalty of outlawry. The public debt of 100,000 dollars, foFwhich he was a defaulter, is another affair. The hi g hest officer in the cabinet should be a man with clean hands Walsh rp| the National _Qazette and American. (Jiwrtei'Jy Review, «ys he will publish Mr. Rush's letter for about thirty dollars. _Wjdab, to _tha_ chara of _h _li f - e_«»ry cut-throat _qdde tha.t of a daspicablB miser,.and veryoflen tWfiirat is the.immediate ofl8niin| of t_^_p totter., H_^ wllflsa _ail *«yi OiUMtitid «Miy%iidy for "«7_?oirf thirty dollarHrZ ^^^^^ _Free _Prcssi • .-- . . ¦ ¦ _^&t'_' y-i'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

GOV.' \VQLF<—PUBLIC OPINION From the _Huntingdon (Pa.) Gatette. ' The American Sentinel publishes a list of newspapers in this _Btate, "which openly _^itipport lb«( administration of Governor _W«M, M)d are favorable to . his re-election," will add _^ "?•¦ w_* are confident jio name will b* found_^ia it wh ich, ought not to be there." It) this list the Huntingdon Gazelle, (m enu-1 _Merited. TW St«»^uel mi _^M. witU "prp- pricty, erase the-»iiitme of the Huntingdon _Gaxetle, as it has but little confidence, either in the" talents or integrity of George Wolf, andis _convineedvfhis mbservimcy to a controllingfactim composed of "men of principle in proportion to their interrsl.", * 'he Gazette cannot conscientiously extend-any assistance, cither to his _uiirrrinistration, or his re-election to office. The republican party, we believe, will settle on another candidate more acceptable to the people than his excellency, and who is competent, & honest enough to manag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

BAI_._TIMORK MARKET. r TUESDAY * JUNK 21, 1831. From the Patriot of Saturday last. FLOUR, Howard-«t.—Tho fair quotation of tho _l store prie»:_to.day would seem to be _<H 61_J to 4 87J. Tho wagon price throughout the week has ' been pretty uniform and steady at 4 50 per brl.; in occasional instances dealers have taken loads at a fraction more. The receipts aro small, and a considerable portion of them is put into store on account of the fanner* and millers, who decline to sell attho present rates. ' WHEAT.—At the beginning of the wook sales _a_^ of , 4000 to 5000 bushels light North Branch Snsquehanna Wheat wore mado at'JO, 96_£,and 100 cts. por bush, as in quality. About tho Rimo iirno Bales of several pareols of heavy Wost Branch Wheat wero made at $1 05 to 1 07. A lot of 1500 bush*_, white Marylarid wheat (Loyd'_n) was sold on Thursday at 1 05 for the common quality and 1 _>15 for the prime—the quality of tho latter1 was remarkably fine. A small lot of prhno...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

For the Gettysburg Star. FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS It is tho general cry of tho Masons, and their plinnt tools, that the Anti-masons are "proscribing and persecuting them on all sides"—and tnat, on their own part, "they lovo mercy nnd do justice to all men!"—With such liUo arguments, our cars are saluted every day. Now, let mo adduce one single fact, and see how far it will "go to sustain their love of justice and mercy, and hatred of "persecution:" Mr. R. W. Middleton, a very steady and attentive man to 'business, after solicitations from members of the "Beneficial Society," applied for membership. His friends, thinking _tltemselveS secure in the principles established at the formation of the .society, to reject none on ¦ politicalgrounrli<i chiefly remained at homo on tho evening of the last meeting. His nominatinn, which had been refered to a committee who reported- unanimously ini»_is favor, camo on for ballot. There appeared at that instant, to be an unusual anxi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

For the Gettytburg S«ai\* PERSECUTION—INFAMOUS pRIN C1PJLES OF MASONRY. The secret conspirators, and their .servile pandora, are constantly winning forth their doleful _^riea of "persecution," _^ proscription," and such like _arguments fo prevent the people from applying their own rule of action to themselves. But in no instance, where they have it in their ppwor, do they fail to show forth the _persecuting and malignant spirit of the Order. The discipline of'Masonry pervades every transaction in private arid public life. The(? fie - ' neficial Society" of this place has, ostensi bly, no connection _^ with politics. . Nor have its honest members ever _^permitted themselves lo think «^ f "party" in its transaction? But not so with theflriness of the jBablet aw, and their-'(_acquits_, yFiyfe candidates yvere_^_propptfedlfor admissi on at _their "last meeting. Their nominations *were'rcferpd to a committee, who unanimously reported in favor of all of them. ¦ No objection was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 21 June 1831

SIX CENTS RKVVAllD BAN A WAY from the subscriber, living tin Franklin township, Adams county, Pa. on the 28th inst. an indented _apprentibo to tho Tanning business, named WASHr ING TON HARRIS—I hereby caution all persons from harboring or employing _gaRf _apprentice, for, as he _abcteitjB himaeK _' froin me _witlf -A arty just cause, 1 _^ _riljjioriUvefy prosec . ._^ all those who _rrmjr _hartor oreropjojr _$\m in defiance of _thir notice. The above reward will lie paid fqr his _delivery. _; Jacob (D_^ver. Franklin township, _i ., % • ' ¦ / \ May. 31,1931. J June 7. _<t—»

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