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

NOTICE. "A'LTj persons indebted to tho estate of ¦_£»• ISAAC CATOE, late of Latimore township, Adams county, deceased, arc requested to come forward and make settloment without delay—all those having plaims against _satff estate, will present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. JOHN WOLl'OllD_, AdnCr_* May 4, •1_S31;., 4t—2-

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

TO TURNERS. A SOBER, STEADY JOURNEYMAN1 _. TURNER wanted immediately —to whom constant work and liberal wages will bo given if application be made soon. -DAVID _11EAGY. June 7, 1831. tf—9

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

T11K 311SVKLL \X Y. From (he New York Mirror. TIIE _UNEDUCATED WIFE . COrsTMJJJlJM ¦ Ii J.U"]'!>.» IV. Her letter was short but tender :_vnrl im. prcssivc. It concluded by saying, "It will be _useless to seek me, for I leave no trace _^ behind; if you hear nothing iroiii"me in-frve years, think me with your blessed mother und obtain a w_._il 'e of whom she would not be ashamed. If _( can make myself worthy of you I will return." __ — FTt7:gcrai"d"WU"S"fira 'ri' agony ol * grief; he re i nc iii Be red nothing but her artless loveliness; felt a thousand fears for her safety; scoured the country in every (ihvetion; spent months in _soeking, hut witiiout oven getting a hint to guide his search beyond tho /light on which she left tin; sta<;e. He went up to the log-cabin, but tho Indians hud heard nothing of her since s'he sent them presents ot blankets, beads for their moccasins, &c. A your passed away and Fitzgerald bogun to think ho should never see her mo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

! man cannot Iove4nignorant _wopian; niid will acknowledge that it is a dangerous experiment for I any such 'iiah, to take an uneducated girl, however beauUful, for a wife." rt'Yos j /ye. i . , my lore, I will," said Fitigeruld_, -_^_UHloM_^-every-ironran_~_wbto an _Isidoro_." ; / J . .__. i * __ _^ .... _—,——¦— • i—----f _^^ - . - |i/ /Cjrbat Natckal Ci:_KiosiTr.-The bri_<; / Manly,.Capf. Shirley, winch _.nrci-vwd _horc VT'stPrriay from _Bataviu, has on board a liv ing lemalo Ourang-OuUing. Slie lias snffared much oti the voyage, and is very sick. She is greatly afiected _l_>y cold, and keeps a _tihirtket constuntly _wrapped about hor. She _ia still ablo to walk, . although she _tottur_/ froin _weakness. When siio stands erect lust- hands nRarly touch the _^reund. She eats, drinks, and spits, like a hunia'h being. This is the only successful _ultompt ever _mftde, to intiTiduoe one of these remarkable animals alive into, this country. Some years since an Ourang _...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

SALINE MANURES,- Gardners, and till those who endeavor _i& obtain early teguments or fruits, may profit by the following experiment, which con' firms an established fact, that plantai in ft soil prepared with common salt, rarely suffer from the cold and sudden changes of the weather. The half of a bed of early peas raised irt a garden of _Worcestershire, was dressud with salt,amt the other half with conniion tna-Hw_«-tr|KnrthTr~pHfr _whicHTlvai jirepared with salt, and in the _proj»ortion « about twenty bushels to the acre, the peas were fit to pick three weeks-toefore fheothere, and thel vines yielded five or-six times oar many i Hilling Corn.—Erastus Ware of Salemv _Stfjiss. says of an excellent field of corn, whiuh-obuitied a jremiifQijtUatit washoed "Th~ ree tTme_^_- b_^l _^iot hilled ns has been _cus_* _Jomary; and tipoft-a _^ eompariaon'of that not . hilled,—withraryvtcce _whrelj. was iti some de_^. ! gree hilled after a severe gnfefjhc is satisfi-%d _tlmtt' no...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

Till: FARMEIt'S DKPAUTMENT OHA.VGE.FARM. i Prom tat __-i,!_ffS.rifJU{~JSoJ'Mier_^ —-• The _foliowjiur letter from the proprietor of the Orange Farm, will be-read with interest. The only remark we have to ma,ke 1 on laving it before our readers, is—«_- "go ' iifia ' do likewise." _IVfXjr 4, !»:)1. _,Mn. Smith:—{J&fer-an iihpres_«iou that the agriculturists of our _comitry, with a thw _^ exception?, _didtiot employ capital, enough in their business, _f, about twelve years since, determined to carry my ideas into ctiectupnn my Orange Farm, consisting of 400 acres. After tho desired fertility had been given to the soil, thirty acres of it were converted into a garden, ' nnd #70 into a dairy farm. Of these 370, about 70 arp in wood, and _abput 300 under-cultivation. ___£ -_^ The cows are in number 200—sorn_^tjrnes more and sometimes less. They are fcept in warm and well ventilated stables throughout the winter and part of thespring and _autiifmn. They are not exposed to c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

THE GARLAND . " With .iii>_retr.il jlmner> ninth d fr'rnrn nations <rarde7is cull'd with tare." ^~ _^ L _llMSra_* ; Written by Sict.lkck _Osiiohn, on tlio occasion of ». servant's sacrificing _liimaelfto save the two children of his master. 'i'remondoUH Jio«Js (lie _angry blast! . The _txiidost hoaits with terror quake! High o'er the vessel's tottering- mast, The liijuid mount.)ins fiercely break! Each eye is fixed in wild despair, -v _J_^iddoath displays his terrors thoro! ¦ Now.pluutfin-gT'iu' the dre.id abyss, They pior.-etha.bosom of t _' no dcop; Now rise _whisre vivid lightnings hiss, And seam thn murky clouds to sweep, Through the _durli waste dread thunders roll, And horrors chill the frigid soul', Thq storm abates; but shuttered sore, The luiikv vr.-tsol drinks the hrino: They scok in vuin _smw _friundlv _sltorc, Their spirits sink, thnir hopes _clodino! But. W. what joy mu:_e«nds llr.-ir _yriof! Kind hoaven bestows llio wished reliuf. . Sec on th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

-PA&TfmeTH_^^fl_^Yr" Ile who wishes to have good pasture throughout _flhj soason_, and good crops of hay, must keep his stock ii> ' -. (ho barn yard= until his pasture fields are well grownovor' with grass, ami " by no means turn his cattle or horses into his meadow. Some farmers come short of hay, and mlber than buy, feed off their meadows; the coheequence is, their nest crop of hay is _ruivreo'_, _tr tld the spring _following they are compelled to do the same; thus they are ever straitened for hay, and their farms are _imnoverif _^ od—' * is just ifaer same with pasture fields. He who-turns'OXrt his stock early will never have good pasture? and.-his-fidds-are-keptiiarerb y " close grazing until they are too exhausted; and what grass roots the hoige and sheep do not pull in the full, are so'exposed by their naked' ness, that the-frost of winter destroys them and thus the grazing part of the farm is ni" . hied._t Let _JunuwluMKuhes to-have-anrrgsorpus and early ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

FROZEN POTATOES In-the time of frost, the only _precaution necessary, is, to retain the _potatoes , .in aper_* fectJy dark place for sonie_^ays after the _fhajBfchas commenced. ? , ' K Itf iViHierica, where they are frozen aff haWas _stones tliey_^rut if thawed in _ope _^f day; _%but if thawed _Jh _tTie darkness they da not ' rot * , and lose very Jittle _fif their naturaf odor ami propertie '_s.—j-J&ce/ti indiistiry xiv_» 81 > aaqvoted in _Javmorft Edinburgh _#_" «_g!r Philosophical Journat, . ' _. ' _^ J, ¦ '.'_£

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

i * i ' * •' i ii i r TERMS OF THIS PAPER:—Two Dot**** per anoum_^-payable half yearly nt advance. K_«f subscriptions taken tor learn than six months, *a_4 nontfdiscorilinuGd until all arrearage* ui {mid / unless at Uic option of th« Editor—and a failure to rioiify a _diBCuulinuarjco will be _eOBifctored * new engagement,- and (he paper _TorwirAii «_fr* cbrdingly. .„'. ' ¦ _< " j'... _ f _i _] .'.. - ¦ ' ii 'i' i - i I" '" »r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

OFFICE OF TIIE STAR * . _ClIAMBERSBCHG StKEET, A FEW "DOORS West op Mr. Fobry's _Tayeb_*. ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuously inserted youR times for. osv dollar [>©r square- j OV'er four tlm«s_, twentv-kvk cents per square will be charged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

Pl'ULlC OPINlOX-_^tiaV. _XV.0L1 Brother WoT f' s Pro.vpevh.— Tlie following resolution/adopted at a meeting of the friends of Jackson and W.,_|f , held in Berks county, pn_^tlio y-l(h ult. will show the prospoets of Deputy _(Jraiid Muster Wolf for a re-election. Ifhis friends spenk tints, what has tin; poor creature to expect. I ' _le miirht ' sincerely exclaim, "saw me from iny IYkmuI:-my enemies 1 will try to take care of." _^ "Rrsolred, That the conduct "l ' (<ovorrior Wolf, has' not a little staggered u_*, in tlwt elevated opinion, which we hiideutertaiiiod <»f his superior worth and talents, and that unless he shows more firmness, in adhering to his own more, correct opinions, more it|ivjt4tft_)f_.M imi[ _huncnty in executing his pro lessious and promises, and inorei.-iiorny ami decision of mind, in protecting the best inleroHts of the citiy._eiis of the Slain, 11 ^!; 1 i_»i-=t the- _misguided and impolitic _/rro_/rcls ofnn improviilent legislature, wo must ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

AffTI- MASONIC _MEETIJNT *. At a meeting _oflho_'citi/ensof Mountjoy and, its vicinity,convened agreeably to previous notice, ul the public. house of John Miller, Mnj. JAMES PATTERSON was _appointed President, and Ahiiaiiam _Kaiti'- Man Secretary. . ¦ " ¦ The object of the mooting having l_>cen stated, the following persons-were upon motion appointed a committee to draft a preamble and resolutions for the occasion, viz:— Alexander Patterson, Dr. T. W. Vea_/.y, Archibald Miller, Jacob Lindemuth, and Robert _Peyscrt. The committoe having retired a short time, returned and reported the following " , which wore unanimously adopted. Whereas, we feel it a duty to meet and consult on all subjects in which the interests of a groat nation . are involved; and _believing tho present crisis one of as-much/ moment, for the preservation of our liberties, as any other since the- acknowledgment of our independence, wo feel called upon by tho strongest ties that bind man to his country,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

HON. RICHARD RUSH —At this _timr_*. when masonic scribblersm _^ the livery of every party are "exercising thcir__yocation!L-in__abusing_Mr. Rush,_ the__ following extract may not lie out of place. It speaks thoopinion of JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. We take it from Mr. Adams' Reply to certain citizens of New-Jersey, who addressed him on tho 4th of March, 1826. "NoT-CTtrrt-prres-over-this" opportunity without offering a congenial tribute of justice _nTia_^_fgratitnrhr _lu i\lUb U utliufemmeBHwdyirtuous citizens who have been united with me in the performance of my painful, I will not say thankless labors. I took not one of them from the circlo, though I leave _evejy one of them among tho dearest of my personal friends. Amidst all tho difficulties, _^ discouragements and troubles which have attended my administration, it has been a never failinc'sourcc of consolation to me that its internal harmony has been more perfect than that of any othor administration which this country has witnes...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

THE PRESS—MASONRY It is acknowledged by all that.the Press is a powerful*j>e«gitK» and that tho Press gives tone to party. It is also a liict that d largo portion of tho Pennsylvania editors are masons, and it is woll known that those editors of all and every political faith have become united in tho support of masonic candidates. In Philadelphia the editor of the National Gaxetto an old federalist is now in favour of Henry Clay for President and George Wolf for Governor. Tho editors of the United States Gazette in Philadelphia an old and highly respectable feder-•al paper advocates Clay-and Wolf. Tho editors-of the American Sentinel a democratic paper advocates _Jaokson and Wolf. The editor of the Upland Union in Delaware county advocates Jackson and Wolf and holds an oltico under the latter. Iti Chester- county the editors of that old nnd highly 'respectable federal paper "The Village Record" supports Clay und Wolf. in Lnncastcr county tho old, standard federal paper ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

FREDERICK, June 21. Violent Theft.—Tho public attention is called to n most daring case. of robbery, committed in the neighborhood of Frederick. The circumstances us detailed are these:—A laborer from the Canal,, on his way to Pennsylvania, stoppod, yesterday, nt " the * Frederick County Bank, nnd. had changed sixty dollars for other money.— Two men wore observed to notice the transaction and to follow tho laborer out of ilia bank. Shortly atler, as the laborer was .pursuing his way through-a piece of woods, a few miles from town, he was seized by these mon, severely beaten, and robbed of his'inonay.—Exaininen-R. B. Taney, Esq. of _Baltimore has, it is said, been appointed Attorney General. G. M- Dallas, F.sq. had " previously declined the app ointment. Mr.. Berricn had resigned.——/A.' _^ ', The Washington Globe of June 20 says ¦-— "Major Eaton _cuascd to act as Secretary of* War on Saturday,last,.and-Doctor IiaiidolphTTthe Chief Clerk in the War _aflice, is appointed Acting S...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

¦'RENUNCIATION. . ' I .do.nnt wish.to _^wound'the-feelings of adhering masons, and especially those of my friends nnd ucnuainfciiico, whom as men f value and _cstcotn; but i\\_a demands of duty i_^ro iinpeii<jiis, und the_^ fliust bri _olwyed. ff _'tlicy arc still _hoochvinked alwl'licli'l .fasf jjy t_^b cablt:.tuvvV/ J'_^i'y- ._tJj . _tsin, butfuk_^_- . • .. ::. ¦ ¦ ¦ _" . •*• "¦ ¦ . ...-./¦¦;; ¦ » ' \ V _" | | self 1< must abandon an institution, which its warmest friends, anil ablest advocates cannot defend from the foul stain of impos ture, infidelity und murder. The secret abominations of the orderare confirmed b y thousands of tho most unexceptionable witnesses; they cannot be wiped away in this enlightened age by the stale argument that Washington, Lafayette and others of high standing in society were masons, which indued is about all that can be advanced by adhering niasniis in this _region, in justification of their infatuated conduct. I was initia...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

N£_WS ' FROM ALL PA UTS From tlic Lancaster Examiner

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

MR. EATON TO MR. INGHAM. 20th June, 1831. -Sik: Your note of thi&mrfrning is received.- It proves to me that you_^are quite brave enough to do a mean action, but too great a 'coward to repair it. "Your contempt I heed not; your pity I despise. It is such contemptible fellows as yourself that have set forth rumours of their own creation and taken them as a _ground of imputation against me. If that be good cause, then should you have pity of yourself, for your wife has not escaped them, and you must know it. Hut no more; here our correspondence closes. Nothing more will be received short of an acceptance of my demand of Saturday, and nothing more bo said by me until face to face wfrineet.. -Iti8-notin my nature to brook your insults, nor will they be submitted to. J. II. EATON. . S. D. Incham, Esq. Intemperate Physician.—The Christian Advoeato mentions the death of a yoang man, which was aii|>[n)«ed.tobooceasioncd by an unskilful _operation ol hlocding, performe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 June 1831

13 AI /r1310 R R M A1_TKTTT From tho Patriot pf .Saturday ly.st. FLOUR.—Thc\ transmit _ionn from store appear to bo confined to lots of 101) to 201) lirls. and in Uiis wny Hales liavo been imiilo lit SI 7~ >, 1 t_^IJ, 1 65, anil 1 b7A per brl. The uamo slate of things nl'_- pears to prevail to-day, tho asking- price of tho dealers taking a raiipn-Dfl2J els. Tho wagon price has generally ruled throughout tho wcok _ut \ .00 [>or brl. In occasional instances a fiaction _niorohiiH been paid for a load, but most of tlio recnipts _Inivo gone into store for account of tlio owners in tlio _crfjiinlry. Rye Flour.—Sales of3d _Susqnchanna have been made at 83 37 ' _J and 3 _f.0. _(Wrt Mint.—Wo continue to quote brls. $. '_) (>(>¦ WIIK AT.—A sain of a _largn parcel of prime West Urnnrli Suaquchiiiiiia wheat, from-8000 to 10,0(10 bushels, van uiiide thisnvcelt-from store for _grinding, oil terms which liavo not transpired. A parcel oflOOO buslielsli;;htNoitli il...

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