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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 March 1831

_^IFTERS, Strainers, Spinning Wheels, _^ Sugar Boxes, Barrel and Half Barrel COVERSy—For sale by VALERIUS DUKEHART, No. 101 i Baltimort.rt« > Baltimore City. '_: Baltimore, 2d mo. 9thr 18ai. / .44

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 March 1831

101 200 TAR CANS WANTED BY VALERIUS DUKEHART, No 101J Baltimore_^., Baltimore M&y. 2d mo. 2d, 1831. ** 43

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 March 1831

VALERIUS DUKEHART, : No. 101_J _Boltimoresst_, Baltimore, Has on hand <_$• constantly keeps a supply of REEDS &_«HUTTLES. Baltimore,"2d-jnoT9lh _» _lTB31. " - - 44

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 March 1831

ROLLING PINS,_~Leinon"Squeezers, Potfltoe Mashers and Muddlers-_^-For sale by VALERIUS DUKEHART, No. 101 i Baltimorrst., Baltimort City. 2d m_^.8d_v 1881« 43

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 March 1831

j_^o_^ : Writing; Faper : _' ; ' . '' . fob: _eteM*_dil\Tmx _opftea.: _-; r 'r ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 March 1831

BLANK DEEDS _FOl_^ BALE THIS _OFFICE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

ANTI-MASONIC. V. S. ANTI-MAfcOMC CONVKNTION. _UTr. WliiUlc ' _scy jfom'ihc Committee next herein mentioned, made the f ' ol_/_oiting Report on the abduction and murder of Wm.maii Mohoan - , and on-tlie comTucl and measures of the Mdxonir Fraternity to prevent ronviclion.i, frc. [Continued from weolc befure last.] In addition to the difficulties thrown in tho way of investigation, by-Ihe silence of the public prcsS; thus coerced, the public mind was distracted __ and misled by false statements, in relation to the rn-nppearance of Morgan, published in prints under masonic control; so _' much-so, that public belief upon this subject was for a long tme unsettled, and the _eftbrts ol the investigation paralyzed. There can be little doubt but that the authors of such statements contemplated such rceults_, nnd hoped, if possible, by these _nicjjns to avert punishment from the guilty, or to excite doubts as to tho guilt of the ngeiils in the abduct tan.- > It should not be fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

MISCEI_^ANJEOUS From the Now York"Constollation of Fob. 19 GRAND SOLAR EXHIBITION. N On Saturdny last, was repeated, for the c'.y timo in twenty-five years, tho great t yiipse of-the sun. It had been -advertised iind puffed in all the newspapers for weeks _before hand, and all imaginable pains taken to draw, in theatrical phrase, U full house. Nor was this puffing in advance without effect, for every body turned out to seo the eclipse. Parlors, kitchens, and cellars were deserted, to git a footing in the attic or-on (lie roofs of houses. Cupolas and balconies r_^re in good demand. The sun shone ij.,ght, and the swnrrnd of bipeds, creeping out from their lodgings, reminded one of those lesser insects; which having lain torpid through the winter, begin to stretch their legs, brush up their wings, and issue forth toenjoy the _snnsirino onTherfirst fine day in Spring. 'l 'Smokcd glass and dark green spectacles were in great demand. Bits of broken window were sought for with mu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

_POETRY. ¦¦ _« ¦ j ——" With _twtti&xifioiDtrB _enricVd - ¦-• - From various parJe_^^U'd with, care" For tho _Golioburg Star. Mtt.EojTOR—Tlic following lines were occasioned lyr _folding an article In tho last "Star," head-W_^ THINK OF YOUR COUNTRY'S GI.O. RY,J1 written by the " young lady who superintends Iho Femalo Dopartmcnt in the "fln.Mrs op Universal Emancipation." -IMPROMPTU. Ladv! dopt thon feel what thou hast sun£ So sweetly on thy doleful lyro - •- — About tho _blooding race of, Africa "?' O_, ycS,tl'iou surely dost—for pity's.self-A1on_» could prompt thoo Uius'to _sinp: " Think of oun Countr y 's Gi_.orv !"—Andfriio, that has a heart riot mndo Of adamantino hardness, can refuse to "Think of our Country's Glory," and Contrast it with _tiie wretched plate - of c flam's dejected and forlorn children? 0, Si.avkry ! tliou art indeed a gory . Stain upon our "Country's Glory!" O, in)" country! how is thy "Spangled Banner" dimm'd with Afric's bleeding tears; And sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

MISTAKE OF TIIE TRESS. An important house.in this city had occasion to advertise for, sale a quantity of Briss'Hoppers, such .HgS_^ used in coffee ' mills. But instead of Up Hoppers, the _newspaper read Grasshopjnits. In a short time the meichant's _counting room was thronged with_|enquirers respecting the new article of merchandize. —"G ood¦ ¦ ¦morniug_^Rfrrlnvoiec; how do you sell grasshoppers?" said a fat merchant.— "What arc they worth a hogshead ?" The importer was astonished, but before he had time to reply, in came a druggist, who being bent on speculation, determined to purchase a -wliple lot, provided he could get them low. Taking the importer aside forfear of being overheard by the merchant 'he"~asked~ him how he sold grasshoppers; if they-were prime quality; and whether they were to bo used in medicine. The importer was about opening His mouth to reply in an angry manner to what he began to suspect was a conspiracy fo torment him whon a doctor entered, smelling at h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

VDVICE TO APPRENTICE 1. Having selected your profession _,_rcsnl vc not to abandon, it; but by a life of industry and _entcrprizn to adorn it. You will be much more likely to succeed in business you have long studied,than jn that of which you know but little. 2. Select the best co _^ mpany_^n your pow ? cr to obtain ; and let your conversation be on those .things ' you wish.to learn. Frequent conversation will elicit much informa tion. 3., Obtain a friend to polect f_«r you the best books on morality, religion and the liberal arts,and particularly those which treat on your own profession. It is not threading of many hooks that makes a mnn wise, but the reading of only those which can impart wisdom. 4. Thoroughly understand what you read; take notes of all that is worth r_#ncmbering, and frequently review what you have written. 5. Select for your model the purost :ind greatest characters; nnd always endeavor to imitate their virtues, and to emulate their greatness. 9 G. Ser...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

_TERM_^ OF _^_THIS PAPER :_i.Two t)<nx*M per annum—payable hull" jearlj in Vdyaao*. N_» subferiptioni taken for .Ism than sfx motfths _^ uiit none discontinued until .all _arrearagoa are paid, unless at tho option of the Editor—-and a fti)ure> to hotifjr a discontinuance will bo _cfeniidered « new engagement, and the paper forwardftd m cordingly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

OFFICE. OF THE STAR, ' ' $AlTntOftK 8THEET, FIVE DOORS NOKTtt OP THB-POST _OPPIci _^ GETTirSBfECf_; Ea. ? _jP^^TISEMEIihrS ' Conspicuously ' lrtsAtod _poim times, rbr oK_» Doix_*m per _lquare_^_oTftr fttar times, TWBSTir.rivi: oBfw per square will W _cliarged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

CURTAILING _WHISKERS, _TSrfi Hobbs ono day _mara friend who was remarkablo for hiB liuge fiery whiakora, a portion of which-had; mat been taken off. " "Well, Tom ',' saidjie_^ot the whiskers, "dontydusio a _chanyp in _niy looks?" "No I dont," _WidTom,'{whore's the _change?"/ _^Why, dont you'we,'?eaid"hi« friend, «'I hhirja'boen-cuR.TAiMKir . niy whiskerfi_?" "Well ,1 didn'tnotico jt,|' _aoid Tom, " "I _ajwayn thought youpfiad Dot's nair onough about your wb_^_kers."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

TW£JrTY_»FIRST CONGRESS 8tCX>_ND._»E3S_13*. ; TjiunspAir,,Feb. 24. In the Senate yesterday, sundry memorials were presented and referred . . Aftet the report of several local bills, the Vice President presented a message from the President of the .United States relating to the intercourse law with-the Indians of 1802, 3000 additional copies of which were ordered to be printed. Thirty seven bills from the House of Representatives were read the first and second time, nnd referred to appropriate committees. The Senate then took up the general appropriation bill, the amendment of Mr. TazeweHto strike out the appropriation for the payment of the Commissioners who negotiated the Turkish Treaty being under consideration. Mr. Livingston addressed the Senate in opposition to the amendment; and when he concluded, the Senate adjourned. In the House of Representatives, there was some discussion on the subject of private bills, which were taken up for _consideration —There are sever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

uo( masons, soon asqertajncd-tlmt the lodgegoin_*-mfl_*wbcrs _atLthc fraternity inth^¦ " vil-Uge_^werc kept constantly informed oi the proceedings of the committee, and of tie information which they hud collected. One qf the masonic ntembers of this committee, then a knight templar ,stutud at a lodge meeting, soon after the committee was appointed, "tnat lie hail no doubt tlmt what hnd been •done with Morgan wns intended for the best, but it _ljad turned out otherwise, and was jin unfortunate business, That lie did not wish to kuovy any thing auout-it, he was on,the committee,and cautioned them if they Knew Tiny thing about _fiie 'brit-mess, to keep it to themselves1, ' ,Ha Tic was " in a _dcTicafo situalion." Th« other members ' of .the committec soon ttsccrtained, " thaT no assistance could bo expected from freemasons in aid of the investigation, and felt themselves compelled tip withdraw from them, and. pursue their in- : _£j|girj£jir.b ' y themselves. When the diflbrent comm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

ADVANCING BACKWARDS. On tho 27th day of December, 1324, Right Worshipful District Deputy Grand Master, William It. Smith, of Huntingdon, in a report made to the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, says: "In Dauphiaeounty, LodgoNo. 21,*Harrisburg, is correct in its work, and increasing in strength. Being located at the Seat of Government, during tho winter session the lodge is well attended by visiting brethren, and _EXTjt.v-moetinws are often held, for tlie purpose of conlei ' riiH* degrees on brethren Vyho. wish to arrive at a seat in the Chapter, which is ' also , here _established under warrant No. 21.,- " .Foe .two winter. _^ I have been a regular visitor of this lodge, and have much pleasure.in bearing testimony to its good conduct." .But now alas! its " increasing strqugth' ' ' has vanished; the lodge is no longer " well attended" by " visiting brethren"—-none! " wish to arrive at a seat in the Chapter," and liko an old horse, no longer fiTfor use,.as it can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

GOING, GOING—WHO BIDS'' A _Masoxic HXii, Foh Sai.k.—The pretended followeAof the wise Solomon, in Harrisburg, _idKjups, tired of upholding the "handmaid of-_^EeHgion," havo authorised a committee k) advertise and dispose of their "Masonic Hall." It is to be. sold, Lodge, furniture and all, we suppose, consisting of squares, compasses, paper:crowns, polls, bluo ribons, aprons, robes, canvass caps, red' breeches, cow-ropes, skulls, skeletons, Aaron's rod, and all the paraphernalia of the order, to the highest bidder on the 17th of March next. Any . man wishing to be " exalted" to a "high and bright" Mason, by purchasing Morgan's book, somo of the Masonic clothing, and retiring to a garret, will bo ablo to pass through the. sublime -«re/«o/He * rflnd-:Jj_»rin_«j-hiinselfto light much more rapidly than if he were to travel to "Jerusalem" through a lodge room, and with shins less bruised.'—Lancaster HeralcL

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

From the HudHon_, N. Y."Envoy. MASONRY*S._TiAST /RESORT Masonry, after disturbing and violating thosacrred ordinances.of religion, contaminating the efecti ve franchise, a'nd corrtrptirig tho _founfaing of _justice, has at last shown itself ** in several _instances in the United _StotR? m:_iits, Htire the confidence ofevo» ry nitin is * jeppardized-_^-nft .man . rah atifcty " ¦ ¦ _^.\_-; , , _"r* _' _' u.:: r _l,: \, :- . ./ _' . ' -; ¦ ;. •: ' .Ut? ¦ ' trust any thtng to this _department, any jonger,,wha is not a: mason. In this article, it is not our intention to charge, indiscriminately th(rwh"6te ' post-<)flice department, for iaour acquaintance there are many honorable exceptions; but it is a lamentable fact that many of the lately reformed in to office post masters have been guilty of overreaching, the privileges granted them by-their offices, andrsomearenow _suflbrjng the punishments due to their crimes; and otKcrs stand_' eonvfeted, in the eyes of the public...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 9 March 1831

From tho Baltimore Patriot of Saturday last. BALTIMORE MARKET. FLOUR, Howard-stroot.—Tho receipt* of the week aro large, and exceed those ofthe last by about,2000 brla. On Thursday alono about 3000 brls. wero brought in. tin Monday and Tuemlay, moderate sales were made from store at $5 87 J to _H 93$ perbrl. On Wcdnosday morning, boforo the advices by the Silas Kiclmrds were generally known_,pureha.scrs went into the market and bought coiiKidorablo quantities at $G per brl. Later in tho day, when thoso ailvieea w«re promulgated, some sales were made at (i 2.1 ) per brl. and although a number of the dealers demanded higher rates, wo know of no sales, in quantity, above tho prico just named. On Thursday and to-day sales from stores to the amount of about 3000 brls. have boen mado atV) 25 per brl. Some holders to-day, however, declino to sell at that rate, and ace firm at higher pricesy The wagon, price on Monday and Tuesday wa/5 75 to 5 81 i- On Wednesday, aflor the _nows, it ra...

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