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

_.¦ i— • K Tho subscriber has taken that old _m A, V ^«p wu._\ i;«;i|[^ !_& _„ _^_JV _^_j (I'oioir.in.v occri'irii »y ( .ir.o. Ij \sni:i.i,s.) On Ilia York itiid £_Ji.U.y;:hu/\if Turnpike _llodil, •> miles from (iell1)xltur<r, iiml J-ljro.m York. Having provided himself with evcrv accommodation for Travellers, Wagoners, and Drovers, he invites those who travel that way to give him a call, and judge whether his _onterlainjHijent and charges do not justify the invitation. UOP_.EKT TAYLOR.. April 27, I*-1 :)]. , tf— 2-H N. J5. Persons _imlcbted to ire, are re-( liicsted fo call (hi _iWosiw Mi'Ci_.r._AN, Esq. in...whose hands 1 have p laced, mv books, and make immediate _sutlleinent. R.T.

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

—cussiszsaaAivas 3c_^: _^r. The undersignod respoctfully makes known to the public, ' that he h\s 'iakkn that wia.r, kxihn hntlTrt V B_^_iaiVlbN . »«»" H*fti_>i» k>r Mll»\ M_^b) Situate at tho south end of _GeHysburg, on (ho _lialtimore tnrnpiko,-called the "CUMP.EKLANI_) I NX," where Travellers, Drorers, Wagoners, Sic. can 1/e at all times accommodated, and every exertion mark: by himself and t ' amilv to fender satisfaction to all who uiay favor him with a call. J. 11A111J AUGII. May -2-\, hB-)l. tf—7

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

Ii © O I*. O 13 T \ I>>> _roHj>t_3(_5.tfnlly iiifi_>i-iii tho public goncnilly, THAT 1 IIAVK .II_'ST It Kl'KI VK1> A F R /_: .V H S II P P L Y () F SSASQflTABIsE- GQOpSi Which I olll'i- on |il_«:isiii{r (_Prms tor CA.Sil or C-OLLNTRY l'UODL'CJi _consistixi; I'AirrrA' as i'oi.i._hws: Domestics, British Dry Goods, Groceries, I lard-Ware, Queens-Ware, Shoes, &cv ALSO on hand, _SsUSvI_^_BESi, tor sale _TilO.WAS J. COOPER. ' May a-_(, um. k—7

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

JUST RKCniYFA) _, <¦ FOR SALE BY ix ' cosiFO-Kiy*"" A M;.\V AND BE \l Tl! I L ASSOIM'MKNT OF ' I3M¥ _^O_«O13_S.. ¦ -L,i ;,.S_' <?— ¦ ' 3O BARRELS OF" SHAD, HEIIR_1JHG <_$- MACk'VUKL ; ¦ which will be sold low for Qash , , May, 'J4, lH:3t. .. ' '¦!—H

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

i_'DOCT. 5J. £2. TUDOR, „/ -_^ _^^Fl_^_liS his _Professional services to tho ' v _^public "enerully, _aruol'cah always bo , ftiund at his _liither's residence, at Jholiouso_": formurly occupied by Jamesi; Morrisson, - within one inilu and a half of _Ilaroptorl. * Fair Mount, Jua« 1 i, 1_^31. tf—10 -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

A BIT1 "Oh ! Oh ! I'm bitton to death—I'm n dead man-1 —1 liuv'nt two hours to live : —Oh dear!" wildly exclaimed an honest countryman, not n hundred miles _ollj_^s ho rushed info"" _rriiniouso one dark kvcniug-—" lVe been bitten by a rattle stinker' "Hy n rattle snake!" asked some ono pre.sunl- "are you sure it was a rattlesnake!" "Sure! Oh Lord! I'm too sure: 1 heard him rattle and felt ihc bite as plain, as day." "Then it's a gone case with you," replied the compassionate neighbor, "and the sooner you make your will the better." "Oil! that I should be cut oil'in the prime of my days by such a cnt-a-stro-phe! that 1 should ever live to die by thebite of a rattlesnake! that it should be my fate to go out of the world swollen like a bladder und speckled as a sarpent!" " But where is the wound, Mister—" "Here! here! on' my instep—1 had no stocking on. Oh! I'm a dead man—there's no help for me. See how my foot swells!" "Alack! alackaday! poor man I pity you upon my soul;I do. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

T11*_3 _ 3l ISCJ K L L A " S Y. _^ _T^~ _, i ' i ' ii ¦ Him - .. - — - _, From tho Is ' cw Knjjliind Iloview. TJLLIiMAIS >VITH TUB MUSTACHIOS. It was a warm Saturday afternoon in August that a horseman turned up to the inn which fronts the steeploless meeting house of a small village in the interior of IScw England. As usual, in the warm Saturday afternoons of summer, tho male portion of the villngors wore assembled at the tavern ._^_rsouie drinking.punch like water, and others the " regular old soakers" discussing the merits of pui;e-."JVew England." Some were stretched out half asleep, and if the ' truth must bo told, half intoxicated, under the shade oi ' hvo venerable elms which overlooked the "highway in front of the inn, and others were seated in the window seats of the bar room, gravely arguing upon matters spiritual and political. But the unusual appearance of the stranger roused every one in the attitude of curiosity. He. was mounted on an elegant horse, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

A 1)V JK.UT 1S10 MJR iVI'S. _doctT s. xa. _tudou, Or Fralo bis l'rolcssional services to tlio public _generally, and Can always be found at his father's rcsidonr.n , .it _tlic Imnsn li)rinerly occii|>ied by James _Arorrisson, within oue.jnile and a half of .Hampton. Fair Mount, June 14, 1*31. tf—10 a List o_^ ketailkus of foiikign m.kiu'ii an-I) I 7. I-],, within the County of Adams that took out Licence on the 1st May, I*31 John G. _Mormngtitar John Tlour.lc - Henry Schrirer J. Jj- M. Carl (icorge Myers ' \V. Jiddebrand_. John Broiigh William Albright - Abraham-King, Esq. _Tliomiis M_'Knight Andrew Myers (\ Ilemlar Daniel Hart man Jacob Jleafiy Jacob Brough d'eorge liange Hugh McSherry Samuel Fa/incstock John Lahmon Daniel Comfort Philip Wearer Danner _$f Zieglrr Albert Vandilce , Thomas J. Cooper Jacob Myers Robert Smith Christian Bishop William Reynolds Jacob FahnejH' ' och Jr. Jesse (, 'ilbert George Wihnn Michael C. Clarlcsoi J. <\' C. BctiniT Sami/rl JI. Br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

From Bliickwnod's Mii_^nzinc. Answer to Lord liyron's Lines on Love. Hofjiimiiijji _. . - " _Yrx, //(ice, imlerd, is Unlit from Ilravrn , A _pjiriik of l/inl imninrtiiljire, Xyitl u!.!>_JZ>_'!_$ S -hl !-i<''l—.b._tl.-Allai!itcn—^ — To lift frow earth imr lain tl-csirc—:—" OI:! _sav nut _Fiovo is li_^ht from HiNivon, A _sacml llainfMif JwlJowM birth! Oil! toll mo not _liiiit l.civols jriven .To lilt lh<! liouit of man Irom oiirtli—N<"_. no! 'tin Iflit r _rliiiiii Id !>_iiul 'Vlw_. spirit tn this curl lily splinro: To.l'ill with iiils'i _rPjeiso _lliii miiiil, And _iiinUa this iliiclin_^ lilo too _dnir. The. soul that truth no r<irlhli/ lir, J\Iui/ r<;.s7 a loii' _jiws t'lnnrr on ///.'.'//; Hut t!«ite N'/i<) tiwjr the Jlrttren (>/ liOre , l'orgel them is a lleuccn ntmre! TJic ' n _sny not Love is li_^_lit from Heaven, A H.'ie.rnd llaulo of iiiillowd birth; Then tell inn not I tint, (<ovo is pi von " * 1'n'w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

JVefo .JSU&c. : THE _Suhscriber respfeetfully informs his -w~i-~ »-.>.. friends- and the I_'_lildic, that he has just "¦ "returned from the Cities of Philadelphia and '** Ualtimore, with an i;xti'nsivm _axd _kntirtly m:w st o cii. i_> v c;« _m>_s, Which he intends opening in the house of the. late. John M'Coiuwghy, Emj_. deceased situate on _tlic South \Ycst Corner of the Centfe Square in Gettysburg, roNSISTI'Ml OK- \ _CKNKUAL _ASSOUTMKNT OF — TxtBqoaiiEsr: Queensoind Glass WARE, A XI) — ' -IiM<W0tt8r& (i_'ok t'AKTicn.Aiw, ski: n.\xii-im.i,s.) " " A -personal appearance at His (•stahlishliioiit, the. LOW _PiJlCKS of the Goods, - und eloirant _assortment,, will I_»o an -induce--"TneTil _for _^ lhem- to purchuse—"Look biforc you leap.'" . _/ Tlio l'u hlit'5 Immlilo servant, 1 SAMIJIvL FAIlMvSTOCK. Cfcttysburg, April 20,1XU. tf—2-2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

_l iOO li OlTt DO r°3 rflRt._fi\Hy inform tho ])nl>lic generally, ¦ ~ THAT I HAVE JUST RECEl-V_^I) A , F_*ESH S If P P LY ~ _flF SEASON ABLE GOODS:, _>Vlin'h l o|](> r on plnttsing terms for CASH or COUNTRY l'RODUOE: ' ' t?ON_'si Ti;s'(i I'ARl'i'V AS _FALLOWS: ¦ ¦' ¦ • ¦B _omestf?! _Bijtbh Dry Goods, Groceries, l|ard-Ware, Queens-Vy_.irc ' _, Shoes, &c. ALSO <m hand, _J_,TJ _^BBSI, for sale. TiIOAJiS Jl _COOPER. May 21, JS3J. • ' ' - 4t~'7 JVStHflCEIvil _^ F0R SAL _EBY _w CO >1FORT, ,W AND BEA.JTIPi;L iW>Il ™E '<T °F DKf _OOODS. -- , _^-v: -. __ALSO— ' : _30 _BAB ELS OF _, MAD, _itERR_WV A MACKEREL; ¦- % whid_^-wi_,l ' _6 _U low _^r Cash , Q--"Mayr_8_Vt_* _y *~rr-_^_" " *~t-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

- : - T_| toixM2. ' - • ¦; ' ¦ THE_^_iS_^ffHN-BBARJr. aninsolveW del _Wr »are not(1_ted to P rcsent _JheirVlftitns »_rt t_^A * subscriber _&_* _soltleinenl. iteirclaiiiiolQ _M _^ABKTll-YETlS, ; * ;May _^ ,vs3V;_a • • ¦ . ¦;¦ . ; 2^^. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

_^A NTr- _MAPONICJ. . TO THIS PUHLIC. Tho undersigned called sonic time ugont tho ofHce of tho National Gazette, and asked William Frey whether he Iiad any olijection, and if not, whether he would publish Richard Rush's letter , in his paper. He paused for a time. Anticipating that he might expect compensation for it, I asked him whether he would make a charge for it, and how much? His answer, after looking it over wns, that it would cost from 90 to _H5 dollars, for three times, and half that amount for one insertion. I told him he asked too much, that I would not ' pay it, and that they published much in' their pa- |k.7' <>t less importance thnn Riclmrd Rush's—; letter. There wan another gentleman, t suppose his clerk, present. T make this statHinent because, I understand, Robert Walsh, tho editor, hasr/e>m'<rth;it any such qw*«_tumjvasi asked, or _proposition for money to publish it, rnnrle. William 1'Vov _enid be would inform Robert Walsh of wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

_Vp_ol _i't i a a l._ f The Cabinet wrecked- The " Unit' crushed/ MR. INGHAM TO _GKN. JACKiSON. Washington*, aisi June, _lrtlH. , The President of the Vidled States: _flm. -'*noforol leave tlirt-eity, it seems to be due to the Government that i should perform a painful .duty, imposed upon mo by the events of tlio last forty-eight hours. It is not necessary for nio now to " clclnil llio circumstances which have convinced mo of the existence of vindictive _j>ci-_^oiml hostility to me among sovneofthi' _ollicersof the (government near your person, and . supposed to bo in your special confidence, which has been particularly developed within Iho last two weeks and has finally displayed itself in an attempt to way-lay me on my way to the otHce yesterday, as I iiavo reason to believe, for the purpose of _ussassmation. If you havo not already been apprised of • theso movomonts, you may perhaps bo_^iir"prised to learn that the persons concerned in them are the late Secretary o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

From tlio Hcvrkimor, " N. Y_. Froo Press. OUR _GOVERNMENT. Tho present attitude of tho general government is altogether uniquo, and would portend unspeakable danger to our free institutions, were there any prospect that our present rulers would continue in power, or that antimasonry would possibly fail of a triumph. But the wonderful ravages that disunion has made and is now making, have left the dominant party ill tho condition of a crumbling fabric, loosely and hastily put together at first, cemented with untenipored mortar, and now, in disjointed fragments, whirled about by the gusts of passion. Tho great hazard to our freedom which tho elements tlfat now compose tho administration might portend, wcro _^ they in a more healthy stato, is comparatively removed by the feuds that have banished the " ministry" from court, and rcndored . tho strong arm of party power nerveless.. Still, however, the elements of danger are thoro, and wo now sco a powerful effort making to revive ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

THB _MURDSMP/B JBNDi ' Schajflbr, who has most zenjously acted ay his spiritual guide from -the-ttme of _liis conviction. Having arrived nt tuo gallows, the criminal ascended the ladder which led to the plat-form, with a firm and undaunted stop. After a hymn hud been _sUng_, the Reverend Mr. SchajfFor feelingly addressed the immenso crowd which had assembled, on tho destructive consequences of vice, and tho Rev. Mr. Clark oftho _Methodist Church invoked tho pardon of God for tho wretched criminal, and the deliverance of mankind from their besetting sins. Tho religious services having been concluded, Mr. Schicfter_, in the most earnest and solomn manner, entreated Markley, if ho had any knowledgo of tho murder cl>lirr directly or indirectly, to divulge the circumstances as tho last duty he e.ould render mankind, and for the relief of his own conscience. But to those entreaties ho protested, na he has again and again, that he did not murder Newey and his family, and wax e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

Washington, Juno 15, 1831. Sin: I havo received your letter resigning thcoflico of Attorney General. • In tho conversation which I held with you, tho day before yestorday, upon this subject, it was my desiro to present to you the considerations upon which I acted in accepting the resignation of tho other membeis of the cabinet, and to assure you, in regard to yourself, as well as to them, that they imply no dissatisfaction with the manner in which tho duties oftho respective departments have been performed. It affords me great plcasuro to find that you have notmtsconceived tho_^diavjieteroft.hoso considerations, nnd that you do justico to tho personal feelings with which they aro unconnected. I will only add, that tho determination of change in my*1 cabinet was dictated by itn imj)_crions senso of public duty, nnd a thorough, though painful conviction, that the stewardship of powor, With which I am clothed, called for it as n, _measure of justice \p those who hud been alike ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

ATTORNEY GENERAL'* _RESTGNATTQN. i Washington, 15th. June, 1831. • _Srn.—I herewith tender to you my'ro-\. signation of the office of Attorney General of tlie United States. Two "considerations restrained me from taking this step at tho I, moment when your communication to the [ Secrotary of the Treasury, announcing your i _^ determination to re-orgtinize your cabinet, first met ray eye. Thero was nothing in ; . the rettretnenr of the Secretaries of State and of War, o'r in the distinct and personal considerations which they had assigned for i this measure, whichxnade it obligatory upon ' or even proper forme to _adopt a similar course. : Suisba step, with any reference to that _oecurence , coutd only become so, ou my . __ D»rt,ae an act of eonformity to your-will., ' ""^ ^¦Tou had felt, this, and had announced your wishes to the Secretaries of the Treasury and _dfihfr Navy, _^p epectively. I had a ' jighi to _frxpept a similar communication of there, aiid- . _conftrmed tothe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

Wasiunoton, June 22, 1831. Siu: Your note of thin dny is _received, _ndvising mo, "in _cnufiirniity to the «i^«_r.sticms contained in my (y>ut) note of' tliei 1.3th inst. I (you) have to inform you (me) tlfat the arrangements necessary to put llio otlico of tho Attorney General in a condition for * tho reception of my successor are now complete." ' For reasons _nssi_^ned in your nof o, you further observo "rnak<: it proper that this correspondence- should bo _tuhmittud'to the public, as nn act' of justice both to you and _inysulf:" I am stiro 1 can Imv«,no _objection lo your submitting them as you propose, as you believe this to be necessary. I uni, respectfully, your ol>cdieiit servant, _AtNDRKW JACKSON. John M. Ri:uuu:n.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

From tho Pennsylvania Inquirer.. Wo seldom tako up a Richmond Enquirer but wo read staring in capitals, tho BANK OF THE UNITED SPATES, followed hy-Romo terrific account of bribery, corruption, printing _rt;pr>_rts, extras, or essays, all of whiclmro to bring ruin and devastation upon the country, fraught with famine, war, and pestilence! Passing the formidable annunciation to the- Npeeifir. charge, wo are-astonishod to observe ¦ the mostscnous libels upon this useful institution totally unsupported by n shadow of proof? Is this moral? just? or justifiable? Ought an institution, identified with tho character nnd credit of the country, to be thus wantonly libelled, recklessly traduced, incoherently _nliindernd; and not a shadow of proof produced? What is this alleged bribery ! It consists in a vote, a unanimous voto, of tho Legislature of Pennsylvania—bribo Pennsylvania? What is tho corruption? It consists in printing and distributing for public perusal, masterly essays upon ...

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