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

PUBLIC HOUSE. The _subscrilrcrtas taken that old ¦ m aii Vil_._iAd_^ |«j>;|^n»' i_«kr-«\^g (_fohmeri_.v ocrvi'ii-.n hy Gko/Lasiiklls,) On the York and Gettysburg Turnpike Road, 5 miles from Gettysburg, and. ' 24 from York. Having provided'himself with every accommodation for Travellers,.Wugoners, and Drovers, he invites those who travel that way to give him a call, and judge whether his entertainment and _ciiurges do not justif y tlio invitation. ROBERT TAYLOR. April 27,1S31. tf— 2-:t N. B. Persons indebted to ir.e, are requested to call on .Mo. _^kh _Mc('_i,i: v\, Esq. in whoso hands { have placed my books , and make immediate settlement. R. T.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

_CUZMEBXSRLAND INN. The uudersigncd rcspccffijlly makes known to tho public, THAT HE HAS TAKEN THAT WELL KNOWN . m a _vp_^TO'isjf t_^_Sk _£_^/ \ "Vf _^ Situate at the south end of Gettysburg, on the l'altimoro turnpike, called the "CUMBERLAND INN," where Travellers , Drorers, Wagoners, _t^' c _" can beat all times accommodated, and every exertion made b y himself and family to render satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. J. IlARliAUGII. May 21, 1S31. . tf—7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

l_'roiii thn Nurrixtown Free Press. Mil. RUSH'S _ LETTER. The letter of the Hon. _Kiciiard Kvm against freemasonry is worthy of'76—^it is worthy of himself and his Patriotic Father, whosiguod th(^ Declaration oflndependence. To aiitimasoiiM it is more than justification for the past; it is more than ample, full reoomppiieo for the future. Coining, as it does, from the purest, tho most disinterested—from n man higldy distinguished throughout the nation for virtue and learning,—who can read it and not say, " Freemasonry, _thoti hast been weighod and found wanting." The patriots of the land, unawed by the _scofls, the sneers and the systematic slanders propagated by the advocates ofa-rfciet combination, cannot prevent men who "appreciate tho value of freedom, from coming out on this great subject, which so deeply agitates the American People. Anti« masons Iiojm}, with the blessingof _am>verrnling Providence, to transmit the liberties and laws of tho land ns pure to posteri...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

lictlectini' Wuinau'H _lovo ntnl-pttro dovotirm TH3 "WIFE. I havo boon with thec in (h y hour Of glory and of bliss—Doubt not this niomoryVlirincf power To strengthen mo through this.—Ih.mans. Sho was n l>oautiftil girlrwhcn I first saw her. She waa standing vip at the side of her lover at the marriage "r tttar. Sho was slightly palo—yet-ever and anon, as the ceremony proceeded, a (hint tingoof crimson _crossed her beautiful check, like the reflection of a sunset cloud upon the clear waters of a quiet lake- Her lover, as lie clasped her delicate- hand within his own gazed on hor for a moment with unminglcd admiration, and the warm and eloquent blood played upon his cheek, shadowing at intervals his manly Ibrohcad and "melting into beauty on his lip:" "Ho Btood in tho _jirinio of lu> youth—a fair lbrm With hi» fooling.* yot nnltle, hi» spirits _yot wurm; An F.aglo to _shtijtor tho dove with hist winp, An olui _wlioro tho li ght twining tendrils mi g ht cling." And...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

_^1H15« ] EF»T OU_¥_i. I>R. J. (_3TL11_ERT, Begs leave to inform his friends and tho public generally, that he IIA!J ALWAYS ON 1_IANO A Rirpri.Y OP T1IK FOI/I< O W I _N _«i _AIITIC I. E,S: VI Z. Acid Murintio do Culiohu do Nitrir do Junipnr do Oxalic do I_'onnyroytil . do Sulphuric do SnHHnl' nis ) ' do _Turtaric do Amhor , _jfithor do _Sallad Alcohol _ilo Sweet Alum do _AVormsoed ¦ Annul'" _Poarl Ashes Antimony ' do Hurley Arsonic I' i_* p|K_)r llal._iiun _Copaiva ¦ l_'rocipilnto- R*'d do Sulphur _ _ __ _JVussjan_,_Ijluo acTTTo " jTnTtTia ' ' ~ l'uinico " Sioim _Itarkn - ' I_'litont Modicinos _liittnr In/jredioula ¦ AndorponV l'ills Black Load n«tnman'_a Dropa Blacking1 British Oil Uluo Vitriol FiHlinr'_a l'illo Borax _Hcwijtor'_s 1'illH Boxos Pill Dvott_'Hl'illa Brimstono J.oo'm l-'ills Brushes 1'iiint .._„..-.. Lynn's 1'illn (hilnmnl (_Joilfrny'fi Cordial (' nmphor •* OjKiilcldoc . Castor PotUir'H (^iithulirori _t_^halk - (JoldonTiiioturn (.'liroinn _( "Jreen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

— — ADV EIIT1SKW _KMTS _^ MARYLAND * No- 5, for 1831. —ODD fit EVEN SYSTEM. Iiy which the holder of two Tirknt.i nuist draw onk l'rizn, and may draw THRKIO!.'! To be drawn in Baltimore on THURSDAY, the _USth instant. HIGHEST ritlZE, 10,0O0-DOLLARS! sohkmk: 1 prize of $10,000 4 pri7.cn of SI 00 i a _. owo 8 .r>o 1 1,(100 HO 20 2 500 20(1 4 2 • _' ¦ ". ¦ •*¦ 300 1UU00 1 50 2 " 2Q0 v_^. Half _Tickets, Ouo Dollar—(_garters .r »OctR. _" - TO UK IIAI> AT CL. ARK'S, Offices, IV. W. corner of Ihiltimore and Culnnrt, N. W. corner of Itallimure. and (!<iy. A', _li. corner of llultiinore and _('hurlnt.Kt._i. O'Whorc thn _hijrlmsst prizo in tho ronont State Lotteries Iiuh been ol\oner sold thuu _utuny other _olReos ! ! ! . (_LTOrderH, oithor h y mail (pOHtjmid) or privato ¦ convoynncn, oncloHin_<r tin;Ciish . lor _prizns, will meet the _namo prompt and punrtual attention, us it ' onporaonul application. _AdilrnsH to JOllN(_:f.ARK, _Ix)ttory Vendor, Ualthnore. J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

VMH_^ "- — _Van ' oMw; That the niin<lofdcsnlt»fyman,ntiitlimi3 of change And _vlcascd with _nowlit/, may he indulged._" Burrwo- a .prize. A follow not much ticquairrted with the tricks of Dame Fortune, came into a lottery office in—Broad-way- a few days since, a,nd wished to purchase tho highest prizc, ' which was exhibited before the door in glaring figures, "820,000!" . He was asked if he would have a half ticket or a whole quo. A whole one, to bo sure, said Hodge; tiioro'_s no use in plaguing one's self with half a prizo; give us the whole or-none—twenty tiTousand doHars_^hys I. - Ho paid the cash, took his ticket and went away. During the interval between the purchasoand the drawing, hi&lioad ran continually on the twenty thousand . dollars. He could not sleep o'nightSj or if he slept, it was only to dream of hioney-_^f gofd and silver by the bushel, or bank bills by .the acre—and to talk in his sleep of the wealth he was about to possess. _Hjs reveriesr-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

THE ( JARLANI). ——¦ " H i(« _Hwerlrttiflnirrrt _ciirirn a Pihiii various ininlriiH citll'd with ran." From tlio Boston "Ailienouni." —_±r&Q_?mi O plodcjo mo not in sparkling win<\ In cups with rows bound; O _liuil mo at nil lustive _nlirine, In mirth and music's sound. Or if you pledge inn, let it bo When nono urn by to hoar, And in tho wino you drink to me, For. IKO lot fiilt a tear. Forbear "to breathe in pleasure's hull, A tiuino you hIiouM _tbrgut, Lest echo's faintCHl whispur lull On. hor who lov'us.tiioo yot. Or. if you nunio mo, lot it bo 'When nou" uro liy.to hour; And as my namn 18 Kighju1 by thco, - For mo let fall u tear. O think not, when tho harp _shull Bound Tlio notes wo loved again, And gentle voicos _hrnalho around, I mingla in tho strain. Oh! only think you hear mo when Tho night breo/.o whispers near; In hours of thought, and quiet, then For mo lot fall u tear. Seek mo not in tho mazy dance, Nor - let jour, fancy... trace. iWomhlancu in a ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

L_.1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING in tho Font Office nt York Spring, Adams county Pa. on tho first of July, 1MI. Wm. R. Hater Richard Hammand Elizabeth Jlcah Jonathan Miller John Dujffirld Charles Mitman Anthony Dcardorff Henry Mondorjf George Diem David Myers, Esq. Margery Donahay Jane Ann Neely Christian Deardorjf Hon. Richard Rush "David Eicker John B. Smith • Philip Group ' -Amy Wicrman Phebe driest Burkhart Warner Petir Grisl, 8 Gen. Sam'l White,_% Rebecca Grie.it Samuel Zeigler HERMAN WIERjtfAN. P. M. July 5. 1831 4t—1.3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

7( * ~^ ¦* -*¦"" " '"'\""r "'J-t"_j' ._l " . r"'* . "' .. ""*T * ,- '' .' ,r _-_^ _TErflfS OF TilFS PAFER:—Two Xta&tait_^ per aiintim—pnyahlo lialf yearly in advance. No _v j snliprriptions taken Tor-,_lysu tliuii _pix months, Mil _"" _nonedimontiniird until all urrfarugM are psitf, unless at tho option of thn Krfitor—unA » _failure '. to notify,! distontiiiuniire Vill he considered a new _cngiiffmiicnt_, and the paper forwarded ac-¦ _wirdinffl y. 1 ^^••5H55522? _i ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

OFFICE «»F TilF NTATl, _^ _\CilAMBEnsBri _fnii _STREKT, 4 FKW _POOBS Wkst of Mk. Forry'sj _Tavern.. advertisements-, _Consp icuousl y inserted " _kolti tlmop for one 0<_uitAR por sijiuirn—over four times, twentv-fivf. _"_WT8 Por square will _lx_> chargnd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

SECEDING MASONS' _DECORATION OF INDEPENDENCE. ADOPTED AT LE ROY, JULY 4, 1828. When men attempt to _dissolve a system which has influenced and governed a part of community,, and by its pretensions to an-Utility, usefulness, and virtue, would domand the respect of all, it is proper to submit to the consideration of a candid and impartial world, the causes which impel them to such a course. We, _seceders from the' Masonic institution, availing ourselves of our natural and unalienable rights, and the privileges guaranteed to us by our constitution freely to discuss the principles of our government and laws , and to expose whatever may endanger the one or impede the due administration of the other, do offer the following reasons endeavoring to abolish the order- of Freemasonry, and destroy its influence in our government. In all arbitrary governments free _inquiry has been restricted as fatal to the principles upon which they were based. In all ages of the . world tyrants have f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

ANTI-MASONIC MEETI?;a At Hagerstown . Maryland. At a large and respectable meeting of the Antimasons of Washington county, Maryland, held at the Ouurtjlouse, in " Hugerstown, on Saturday the 4th of June last, JOHN McKEE, Esq. waschoseii President, MrciMKi. Tun y , Esq_^-yiee-UreMdenir-and Frederick Beyers and Ezra Slifer, Secretaries. "_~ r ¦ " The following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted, after the meeting had been addressed hy T. Stevens, Esq. of Gettysburg, Pa. Whereas, We consider Free Masonry, morally and politically dangerous, since it refuses an investigation of its obligations and ceremonies—destroys republican equalitycovers crime, winch could not be kept from the public eye, except through the abominable oaths, and the charity of Freemasons, which have often covere 1 u multitude of sins. Tiierefo'ke Resolved, That Freemasonry is a secret, dark, and midnight conclave, whose votaries have stained their hands with"f5lood:— may the unavenged blood of t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

PARTY NAMES The efforts of the masonic party to appropriute to itself a designation to which it liusno manner of claim, is ridiculous in itself and only shows how strongly the members calculate on the efficacy of the leading principlesof their policy—secrecy and subterfuge. Every man not wilfully blind or particularly prejudiced, must be convinced that all the landmarks of theold parties have long since been thoroughly broken down, and that the distinguishing features of each, so far as they were traits of opposition, have vanished. There is no question now agitated about which they could contend on the old grounds; allthe matters formerly controverted between'them have been finally passed, upon by the people, and put at rest. And despite of the assertions or exertions of an interested few, men mingle on the political arena, and discuss the events of the day, without- reference to _distinctions which existed in times that "have~pa_5scd Hence iff he name of either of these pa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

COMMENCEMENT V* ' ' I From ihe Baltimore Gazette AT MOUNT ST. MARY'S COLLIDE. At no period since tlie _citiibliihment of tlie Inslitution at Mount St. _Mury's, have the public had nioro reason, than at present , to confide in the abilities, devotedness and resources of its Profc8i>or .ii . The writer-of thin notice Jiuvinaasyisto<l a ' . Inany previous "oxhibitions," whoiAiio In-Mlilution wns not invoKtcd by the Li'pislnturc with the power of conferring-decrees in tho Arts mid Science*, could not _Bupprcss tho admirntion which he felt, in common with many _porli.ipa equally interested visitors, ut the new impulse which this justly accorded _privilege _hu._s latel y jriven to tho exertions of*its _yanngand ardent Kiinilty. It is well Unown that tlie l'rofessorn aoek noVmolutnont but the improvement of their students: and that their only aiubitiuu is to win by lionomble and successful competition with the best Colleges of olir country, .a distiii(.'ui_>hcd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

DR. WATERHOUSE'S LETTER CaMBHTDIjE, 18th May, 1832. To the Anti-Masonic Committee convened this "day at Merchant's Hall, preparatory to the State Convention. _GENTjLE_^rEN.—- When I received last month a letter signed N. Adams, and Artemas Ward, notifying me that I was elected Delegate to your State Convention, I told the bearer of it that I should decline a seat in it, from a consciousness that my presence? would do the cause no good, for that I never could rise up in a large assembly and speak with the unembarrassed freedom of conver sation. My declining the last year_^iaa given rise to,a report industriously propagated that I had changed my sentiments respecting the serious evils of masonry, and that I have turned my back in disgust upon the efforts of the Anti-masons to abolish that dangerous institution. I cannot rest easy that such an opinion should prevail. If any believe me to be changed in my sentiments or weakened in my zeal for the total abolition of an alarming i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

FRESHET.—Wp"7earfii from the Chambersburg (Pa.) Repository, that in consequence ofthe heavy rains of Thursday week last, the Conococheaguo and-Falling Spring which_._pasfe through that town, were swelled up to an alarming and destructive) height. \bout the middle of. the'night (saya'that paper) the latter streaia overflowed ita bod and the wuter formed currents through tho tanneries and gardeas " situated along it( carry off the contents ofthe yard, garden fences, &c_. and inundating the cellar and lower stories of a number of houses. -, Females and children were carried out of house ' s which were so inundated as a precautionary measure ; and there can be no doubt that some of these tenements would have been Swiflit away, with their inhabitants, had it not been for the flnt. _gpoujids on each side of the stream. It was truly an awful scene to our citizens, and especially to those who were suddenly aroused from their beds amid the tolling of belUwmd the roarof the waters. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

" Virtue, Liberty, and Indopondenco."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

DEATH OP JAMES MONROE, _XJ;:-_^ ., _- .:_v.^>>4:: \ -\_-\. ' ' . .. ExJ_'resident of the United State*: NEW YORK, July _sT" One melancholy event occured in the course of the day, yesterday, to repress the hilarity of the _publican*! mix,a decentgravily with their .rejoicings. The venerable JAMES MONROE, a man loved for his virtues,, respected-fur his abilities, and honored for his services, breathed his last at half bast three o'clock,.at the advanced age of 72 years. This event occured at the house of his son-in-law, duinuel L. GouverneUr, where he had resided for. nearly a twelvemonth past' , during a great part of which time his health was obviously and rapidly sinking ulider an accumulation of' infirmities. Ilia death had for several days been hourly expected, but irpleased Providence to prolong the flickering Hame of life, until the fifty-fifth anniversary of that independence of which he had been one of the principal founders and supporters, and by its ex...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 12 July 1831

I BALTI3I0RE MARKET. I From the Patriot of Saturday _laat. & FLOUR.—Some _parcels, not quito fresh, have beon sold al $•! _69J to 4 75, according to ago and I condition, nnd sales ofold Hour have been made at I $4. The store prico of fresh ground flour to-ilay is-very generally 4 87$ per brl. with only a trilling ¦ " stock of this sort. Tho wagnn price of fresh ground I flour has ranged thin week from 4 62$ to 4 75, and 9 these ratoflurc paying to-day by tlio dealors. Some I lots, not fresh, have been taken at 4 50. I WHEAT.—A lotof new Md. wheat, early rare I ripe, of goojd/_junlity, was sold yesterday at 81 02 I per bushel. This is tho only .lot in market of I which we have hoard. On Tuesday a parcel of 11000 bushols prime West Branch Susquehanna H red whoat was sold from store at 1 07. On Thursday a parcel of 3000 _busliels _pr ' \me West Brunch, afloat, was sold at 1 08 for the red and 1 10 (or H tlio white. On the same day a parcelof 2000 bush. 9 good North Branch...

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