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Here shall the PRESS the People's RIGHTS Maintain
Unaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by GAIN.
Tuesday Dlori►ing► Decen►,ber ao►
- TITIC SUPRVIDIACY4OF THE'LAWS.”
Doinestle Manufactures ? Internal Improve..
Democratic. Anti-Masonic Nominatima
ELI7Flour in 13altimore, from the wagon, com
mends $5 per brl. Wheat $1 US per bush. Pork
$•4 871 to $5 per cwt.
The "Wort's LAST HOWL" has crowded nearly
every thing ego from the columns of our little
sheet this week. After this No. wo will be able
to give our• usual variety,-together with copiotis
extracts from the proceedings of our National and
State Logillatures,and'use every exertion to make
the STAR aiiikrelcoine. guest the long cold evenings
• • of
SUICIDE.—A few weeks since, a man named
WM. WATT hung, himself in this borough. He
had been entrusted by the Bank of Chillicothe,
Ohio, with several hundred = weight of specie to
be delivered in Philadelphia. Under an appre
hension'that a part had been taken out of one of
the kegs, arid blame would he attached to him,
and:thereby bring disgrace upon himself and fa
mily, ho committed suicide. We learn, however,
that the kegs have been examined, and all fbund
to be safe. The self-murderer has left► wife and
several children to lament the rash act.
'Wei had the pleasure of attending a public meet
ing of the Gettysburg Temperance Society last Sa
turday week. A verrable, eloquent and interes
ting address was deliverOd by PANIEL M. SMYSER,
Esq. The thanks of the society was tendered
to Mr. Stnyser, and a resolution passed, unanim
ouslY,- requesting a copy of the address .for
cation—which request was complied With. The
society, althoUgh one or two leading members of
the ',edge have, we understand, withdrawn from
it, - appeare to be in a prosperous condition.
Ruston.--41. is rumored that the Cbod Samari
tans, at their last meeting, talked about surrender
ing their Charter, so soon as a "dying deolaration"
could be framed. We can hardly giver'crodenco" .
to •or "circulate eo irnprobable,a.. tale." Do you
think we can, brother Boaz? Don't Too intend
to hang on [not to the Temperance Society, but
to Masonry,) as long as there's a drop in the teat?
Wouldn't it be beneath your royal "dignity" to
think of surrendering?
The Masonic "Jackson and Wolf" members of
the Legislature held a caucus on the evening of
the Bth ink; atWkleh they decided that, as the .4tb,
of March comes on Sind t Convention for
nominating a disciple o . f t catlntow or Govern
or and Royal Arch Companions for electors of
President, should be held on Monday the sth of
Mardi next. We agree with the Lancaster Ex
aminer in saying, that if our friends, and the
true friends of Pennsylvania, will be firm, united
and vigilant throughout the State, those Masonic
intriguers will find their sth of March nomination
ill be made "a. day after the fair." Our friends
we are confident, will give along pull, and a strong
i to .4 1
, th. k
pull, and a pull•all together. Our ranks are fill
---ing-and strengthening every day with the true
friends of the country. Are we asked to sustain
this assertion by Tirtitir — ptisnivel if so, from-a=
mong the many, we offer the follciwing manly de
termination of the ithlS Editor of the Pa. Whig=
GEORGE Wop.—Ni)twithstanding his
verbOse and empty-.message of ten columns,
- -he - will-be-decoaludlipit lorfz4r.-20-,0011-mti;
jority! We now-clearly perceive . that Mr.
Wolf will be unanimously supported by the
tl Lodges—whether Claymen or Jacksonmen;
and that the candidate who will beat him,
must and will be a 6 Anti-Mason. So let it
be. We have had no agency in producing
this state of atlitir,s—but we shall not waver
—we shall fight under the. Anti-Masonie
banner to the last gasp—and triumph splen
didly over George-Wolf. „
Lot siren be the resolute determination of every
Pennsylvanian who desires to see the present im.
becile worshipper at the shrine of Masonry, hurl
ed from the Gubernatorial chair, and a plain re
publican, a practical farmer, and an efficient
statesman, like JOSEPURITNER, placed in his stead
—who will wrest Pennsylvania from impending
insolvency, and place. her upon her tinnier high
and elevated footing.
SURRENDER or CHARTERS.—Deceitful cunning
is the last resort of guilty cowardice. We know
of no more palpable illustration of this truth, than
the late surrender of the Charters of the Hagers
town and Ohambi3rsburg Lodges and Chapters, act
oginPaeled, as they are, by • 1 declarations" the
meet figs. and deceptive. We' would not undei.
value-ally act which goes to destroy Freemasonry,
and root out ititolialeful principles frorn•society.
• Nor will we ever fail to give &fie credit - 10 any in.
diridinds. and corpontions, whose iNxertions tend
• to that object. Efut this surrender of Charter",
while the'menibore retain and vindicate the 'prin.
eiplegh£ thes'institution t is intended to beguile
, the people and give theirke higher opinion of the
.Order. - • •
w 1 .34 Kari these Chapters and•Modges done?
hey beive.pstekil,ivith some half skuts of *rah.
mo l d,tt rioinki pan
to to parent i l iodges.
11411.kalisp thu.t, urned also the rats pputit'ofMs,
ment, and , noine InduNtly.
William Wirt, of '
.Imos Ellnitther, of Pa.
bonry and divorced themselves from thei'abomins.-
tions of. vile Harlot? No! But . to give a
stronger impulse to their efforts_ in- favor of those
hated principles—to clothe falsehood with a ... 110-
er chara . cter, they have assumed the posture of
persecuted Martyrs; and when mcpis,ing at the
stake of public opinion, with' affected meekness
and submission, they have borne testimony to the
charity, morality, and religion of principles the
most accursed that ever disgraced a midnight con
spiracy, and joopardizod the safety of tlie , people !
I nWrid of a propitiation, such conduct is an in
sulirte the public. Was the sacred Siandetd of
Anti-Masonry reared to make war on the skep
skins of the Lodges? We value their aprOns,
their charters and their halls ae contemptible bau.
bles, unworthy the hostility of nation: We seek
to roach and destroy their vicious principles.—
And until they are abjured, the banner °film poo.
ple will remain unfurled; nor will their crafty foes
gain anji w thing by such fraudful conduct.
In the dying speech of the Hagerstown Chap
ter and Lodge, they took care to record their
charitiltile malediction on an individual who ap.
pears to be the peculiar object of their pious ha.
trod. And we have no doubt, that one of the last
secret acts of the Lodge and Chapter, appropriated
their funds to defray the costs & charges incident
to the legal contest which tioy s: are known to be
sustaining against him. We kriow no !mac ap
propriate net for such dying miscreants!
The most respectable members ofthe mbers.
burg, as well as our own LOdge, have been in the
uniform practice of pledging their HONOR as men,
- end itheir aEmoroN as members of the "risible
Churchrthat the "Disclosures" were untrue; and
that none of the obligations of Masonry contained
any higher penalty than expulsion. They now
know that disclosures are being made in our midst
which will give the lie to all their "declarations,"
and cover them with withering infamy. And they
hope to escape from notico by such petty subter
fuges, l3ut it is in vain. Tlioy have sinned against
light and knowledge, and even the rotkloand
mountains of disgrace, which will fall upon them,
will not hide them from the wrath of an offended
• The 'declarations' which theSe expiring Lodges
and Chapters made, not ono of the individuals
who compose them would DARE to make, when
himselfon his dying bed, and the retributive jus.
- tree of Eternity full in -view.
_ _ _ _ _ it_
U. S. SENATOII.-By a reference to the proceed
ings of the Legislature, it will be perceived that
George M. Dallas, of Philadelphia, has been elec
ted U. S. Senator, in room of Gen. Barnard, re
signed. 'We are now represented in that body by
brother-in:laws, both, under the influence of the
Cabletow. If there - are any more of the family
to bo provided for by "THE Democrats" of the Le
gislature; it., is hoped application will be made at
an early day. RICHARD Rum was ballotted for—
but as he was the only one that would really re
present Pennsylvania as she should he, ho receiv
ed but the votes . of the only thirty-three real friends
. of the state in- the Legislature—the Anti-Masons.
Vtaro-nracitzt 013:v1.E:silos —The Con
vention which assembled at Italtimore last week,
have nominated candidates for the two highest
offices in the United States—HENßY CLAY, of Ken
tucky, for President,and 'JOHN SEIV/F.ANT, of Penn
sylvania, for Vice-President—fig'Mr. Clay is a
Free-Mason of the highest Order ! !!
Speaking of the cabinet • Message, the
Virginia Political Arena, says:—"The ob
servations respecting the progress made in
the payment of the National Debt, under his
administration, are boastful, and must excite
a smile i any one who knowS the operation
of the sinit
ing fund, and how little influence
the adinin tration can exert, either' way, up
km the amount appropriated to the extinc
tion of the debt."
TEN SAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
Dy the packet ship Ontario, at New York,
London paper - the evening Of Nov. 2d,
are received by the Courier 14 Enquirer.
Several riots had taken place at Erietol.-
13elkiurn has accepted die terriie ofthe Trea
ty, with Hc4hind prescribed by the ~Great
There are now throe candidates for the Presi.
dency: ANDREW JACKSON, HENRY CLAY, and Wm.
Wier. The two first named are Past Grand Mas.
tors of Masonic Lodges; the last a plainomosten
tatious Republican citizen. Aro we to conjecture
wh:cli the people will chose—an Aristocratic
High Proist, or a plain Republican? No! The
peoplewill go in solid columns, for "WIRT AND
'TILE LAWS "
THE GOVERNOR'S Mrssnon.---Want of room
compels us tii.,deler our remarks on this strange
document to a more convenient season. It is the
longest Message we ove; read or heard of; Its
weakness and demagogical folly aro in direct pro.
portion to its length. We shall consider it more
at largo after our readers have recovered from the
ftitigne - of its: - perusal r - if, -- perehance - they - should
summon so much fortitude and patience as to at.
tack and overcome it.
(D — Adverlisernente omitted tide week, shall be
attended to in our noxt.
MASONRY . DAS NOTHING TO DO WITH
rOI#ITIC6--011 ! NO !---The Syracuse Repub
lican makes a statement, which throws some
light on the means used by. what Mr. Clay
considers as a merely charitable, religious
and literary association, to sustain itself,
and avoid influencin g the exercise of the
"elective franchise." ln an article on the
late election, the Syracuse Republican ex
pressly asserts that the masons entered into . '
a general combination in favor of the Regen
cy tickets, "in consequence ofa Circular is
susedby the Grand Lodge iwthe City of
New 'York to the subordinate Lodges in the
country, a short time prior to the last elec-
tion, calling upon them to make a united and
vigorous effort to sustain the institution and
put down the 'Anti-Masonic party. Circu
lam of this character have been sent all over
the State & the result of the election shows
that the call has been well responded- tO."
POweri ll ''' Capo Atl'iStrias, the tyrannical
President of.Orreece, lists beqn assassinated.
-The most important intelligence by thli
arrival, is that distArbances nf a most- -ap 7 , ,
palling nature, have-occurred at Bristol in
England. In the neighboring town of Bath,
some riots also took place, besides in.one or
Awe other placbs, which h osever weffeasily
In-these disturbances, it does not appear
there is any thing which threatens the gen
eral tranquility of England. The army,
yeomanry cavalry, and influential persons,
of all political opinions, have rallied : round
the government and ma g istrates, exerting
themselves to prevent disor der and confusion.
We predicted that eominotions of this
nature, would follow the rejection of the Re
The people still seem bent on obtaining
that retbrni in Parliament which h as bee n
refused them by the Lords. Societies with
this object under the title.of 'political unions'
are forming in many places, they avow a
determination to preserve the peace of the
In France, the government have resolved'
to create a sufficient number of Peers to car
rii,,Lthrough the upper Chamber, the Bill
which has passed the Chamber of Deputies,
abolishing an hereditary peerage.
One chamber of the Belgian Legislature
has accepted the terms laid down by the
Confi!rence in London; there was no doubt
that the Senate' would accede to them. The
King of Holland having hesitated on 'his
part, a British fleet had been ordered-to the'
Dutch . coast, but timely concessions render
ed hostile operations by them unnecessary.
In Poland the authority of Russia, was
The Cholera Morbu's continues to eafiSe
the utmost alarm throughout Europe. We
do not perceive, however, that it has as_yet
extended its ravages beyond Hamburg and
The Belgian Chamber of Representatives
have agreed to the twenty-four articles of
the Conference; and there is no doubt they
have been , this time fully acceptet i lby the
The a r ion of Cape D'lstrias does
not surpr • • IW.hetherl his removal-will
be beneficial to Oree:ee, or only entail other
evils upon the bountry by the - introductio *
of a new tyrant or of anarehy, may be rea
Sesdion .Aaki / 431..m9aid.
SATURDAY, Dec. 19 .1 r
In the Senate, yesterday, - a nun**. of
petitions were presented and referrid—a
memorial was received from Roberts. Vaux,
President of the Pennsylvania Secicity for
discouraging the use of ardent spirits, and
preventing the use of it on the public works.
Messrs. Muhlenburg, Rut" Hemphill and
Bunion were nominated for U. S. Senator
and Mr. Petriken appointed Teller on the
part of the Senate, to officiate at the election
on Tuesday next. The Repcirt of the Com
missioners on the Revised Code was refer
red to the Judiciary Committee,with instruc
tions to report as early as posssble.
In the House, - the Speaker presented a
letter from Roberts Vaux, of the same im
port as that presented to the Senate. Sev
eral petitions and resolutions were ofle.-1
one of which was that the House meet the
Senate on Tuesday next to• elect an U. S.
Senator, which was adopted. After trans
acting other business of minor importance,
the House adjourned.
On Saturday, in the House, a resolution
was submitted by Mr. Valentine, and . adop
ted, relative to a change from March to Sept.
of the time for the transmission to the Au
ditor General, of the adjusted valuation of
propetty, under the act - of tlit last session,
to inc‘rease the cqunty rates and levies for
non offered-a, •- ' --for inquiry, as to
property that is,• ' ;; made taxable .by the
act of 1799 and ' pplernents, with a view
to tax it, SO that . ,the urtlien of taxation
may be more.' equ . ly"borne by the whole
Fe - Opre - ." -- MY. e o era - a resoletion,
which was a.doPte , tivihether any further
provision is necessary than already exist:,
for the support, in prison, of poor and indi
gent persons; confined on original process."
,9ffered ' a resolution, directing
"the committelhofspcounts to bring in a bill
providing for the fixed and permanent sala
ries of the clerk, assistant and transcribing
clerk, and Sergeant at arms, and Door
keepers of this House."
. ~ -..TUESDAY, Dec. 13.,
Very little else was done in either House,
yesterday, than the presenting of petitions,
&c. among thq,number was one presented
to the House of Representatives by Mr.
Picking, from ,citizens of Adams county,
praying for an alteration in the Judiciary,
which was referred to the Judiciary Com
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 14.
In the Senate, yesterday, petitions were
received read and referred. • P
In the Houn a petition was presentod by
Mr. McCulloh, for ithe exionstruction, At the
expense of the.State k of cs, Rail Road from
Harrisburg to the Maryland line, or for the
incorporation of two companies to make a
rail road from Carlisle through Chambers
burn to the Maryland line, and for a sub
scription of stock on the part of the State in
and of the saMe.
The Senate and House of Representatives
met at 12 n'elock,ysteilay, in Contrention,
to elect a Q. -States Senator, in place of Gen.
13anuird. resigned. After few unsuccessful
attempts to .elect, the Coaventiorradjourned
tilt 3 o ekick. 4;1 tvirich g lniur appeared 132
rriemfxnw----and, oix the lith ballot, Groaba
'DALLaa, of Philadelphia, ieeeiving 67
iNotes, and wars declarel, duly sected.
MONDAY, Dec. 12.
. • "ffunns - DAY, Dee. 15.
•In 'Hie Senate, 'yeaters*, petitions were
and Mr. flaw,ltins (spealnir)Mr. Kernmade
an unfavorable' report upon the petition. of
Peter Bergantz, which was adopted. - •
Mr: Burden submitted the following reso
Resolved, That the committee on the Ju
diciary- system, be instructed to inquireinie
the expediency of passing a law to prohibit
clerks and prothonotaries of courts of record,
within this cOmppwealth, from receiving
fees for naturalizatfon.
Messrs. Packer, Burden, Livingston and
Petriken made some remarks upon the reso
lution; when it was agreed to.
The Senate went into committee or the
whole, Mr. Ilertolet in the chair, on the bill
to- incorporate the 'town of Laudisburg, &c.
which passed the Committee.
In the House, a number of petitions were
presented and refeirrodoito bill of - a local
nature was reported. Two private bills
passed to a third reading.
Mr. Dunlap submitted a resolution, which
was laid on the table, as.follows: •
Resolved, That the Commissioners of the
Internal Inprovement fund furnish to the
House - a statement of the monies disbursed
by them under the provisions of the act of
assembly entitled'c'An act. authorising a loan
of' monies to he invested in the internal
provement fund, to he applied to the payment
of' repairs, damages and other demands up
on said fund and for other purposes," passed
30th March, 1831, and it' no part thereof
were paid in satisfaction of damages assess
ed, that they state their reasons therefor.
On the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Geiger,
Mr. John Palmer ; of this county, to Miss
Elizabeth Brown, of Frederick co. Md.
On the Ist inst. by iFe - Rey. N. I. 'Aro ,
Mr. Samuel Wagoner, of this county, to Miss
Nancy Doner, of Cumberland county.
On the 4th inst.. Mr. Andrew Topper, of
Germany township, in his 84th year.
On the 24th ult. Mr. John J. Acker, of
this county, in the 67th year of-his age.
DIXLITARie - IBILEETING.
TIME Officers oil the*rnrolled
-•-• Militia, and the Volunteers within the
bounds of the 2d Brigade sth Division P. M.
are requested to meet at the Court-house
in the Borough of Gettysburg, on &tur
f/ay the'24th of December inst. at 12 o'clbek
M. to take into consideration the propriety
of sending Delegates to a Military Convpn.
tion to be held at Harrisburg on Menatiy
the 2d of January next. MANY.
December 13,1831. tm-36
ny of the Delegates appointed to at
tend the Military Convention, to be held at
this place, on the 2d day of January next,
haveagreed to recomthend t,ie attendance
of members, prepared to sit iiIiAdONVENTION
Harrisburg, Dec. 20, 1831.
fr 4 2-0 aiVil+ ll 1111
On Monday the 26th inst. at 10 o'clock.
WILL be exposed to public sale, at
( the Court-house in the borough of
All the Interest of Jacob Hantz,in a certain
- Tract of Mountain
Situate in Menallen township, Adams coun
ty, containing 3000 ACRES, more ; or
less. - •
it. C. MILLER, Trustee.
December 13, 1831. • is-3b
From the first day of. April next,
;!* A - OP,
Street, adjoitti9gihe Coach Man
ufactory of Messrs. Clark a; Marsh. The
situation is a good one for a Mechanic of
any description. Enqtrire of
. MOSES MeCtEAN.
• Gettysburg, Dec. 13, 1831. tr-30.
TO ALL COAT ERittED.
WE the Subscribers, Refereesappoint.
ed by the Orphans' Court of Adams
county, to 'settle and adjust the disputed
items in the account of Abraham King, Ex.
ocutor of Wri.LlAli WALKER, deceased,
hereby give notice, that', we will meet for
that purpose at the house of Henry Ferry,
in Gettysburg, on Saturday the 24th of
Decemkr, inst., at 10 o'clock, 'A. M. at
which time all peons interested may attend
and be heard. .
T. C. #ILLER. ,
. December 18,1331. ' tna7-30
TO tkUR CREDITORS.
TAICE NOTlCkrtha 1 we have applied
to the Judges of the Court.of Common
Fleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the
Insolvent laws, and that Jhe said Judges
have appointed Monday the' 23rd day of
January next, for t,he hearing of us and our
creditors,. axthe Court-house in-the borough
of Gettysburg, where :you may attend„ if
you think proper. '
GEORGE , WINE , .
of CArmany towuship. -
DecerolSf-r 13 1831:. 44-410.
COICFN I TT -
At a' respectable 'meeting of -Thilegittee
from the different townships of Adams gotta
ty, , convened at the Court•Aonae,' ,the
Borough of Gettysburg, on j /Clondatl4ll B ,
19th inst., -CONRAD SNYDER, wasfrifr
pointed Chairman; and DANIEL M.. SMYI
snit Secretary. The .object of the Cotnten4
tion being Mated, it was
Rexolved, That J A.stES R ENSITAW, Attar(
Roniserre, and, JAMES AUSII ERNE, &gra.'
be and they are hereby appointed Delegates'
to the State Convention to be held on the
22d of. February next; at Harrisburg, to
nominate a suitable person for Governor of
Pennsylvania—and also Electors _of Preto;
(lent and Vice-President of the U. States, to
be supported by the Republican Antimasond
is party, at the ensuing election,. •
Resolved, That the above delegates be'
instructed to nominate and support CIO one
for the Offices of Governor and Electors or
President and Vice-President, who is not
an open, avowed and decided opponent or
all' Secret Societies and associations What- ,
ever, and especially - JIM — Of rreelitasenry:
Resolved, That the said delegation be
empowered to fill any vacancy that may oc
cur in their body.
Resolved, That the proceedings of day -
Convention be signed by the Chairman and
Secretary, and published in all the papers
of the borough.
CONRAD' SNYDER, Chairman.
DANIEL M. SHYSER, Sec rta ry. •
The alinerican Patwr.;..
CONTENTS OF NO. 40, - VOL. 13;
Au Address delivered at Northampton, Wier**
the Hampshire, Hampden and Franklin Agrioul.
ura 'cue y, sc .. y Sirnidifilralfflar
inson—The Black ka White Flint or Wintlir
Wheat—The beet method of Planting Peach end
other fruit trees—Or Planting (from thef-Library
of Useful Knowledge) coritinued;_ol2 Refiring . Pew
rest Trees—Ginseng found in Western Virginia
—o'n the New Theory of Bois in Horses`-• Applis
preserved in Bran and • Sand—Sketches a tbs.
Horse, Breeding, Sampson and his stock—Extra:
ordinary Weighing Machine—Editorial, on . . that
ew Tio.nry of Rota in firormeds--Pdani_C, '
of Country Produce in the New Yerk and Balt',
ellaiwittknd State Lottery,
No. lO, FOR PM.
To drawn -in I3ak3tiore-4*-41nliik
DAY, the 29th butting,
HIGHEST PRIZE4O,O9O DONA44OII*
• 1 prize of $6,000 I 2
1.1,200 I 2
1 80Q- I 4
1 500 I 8
1 300 • 2,000
• 2 150 I 10,0011
2 100 I
• 12,025 Prises anwwititiv-to 86000.
HALF TICKET, §....VARTSJI,
TO BE HAI) AT.
Offices l N. W. corner of Baltimore and editteit
N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay, N. E. coe• .
ner of Baltimore and Charles.sts.
[l:l"Where - the highest prize in the recent State
Lotteries has been oftener sold then ateny other'
offices ! ! !
IL/Orders, either by mail (postpaid) or private'
conveyance, enclosing the cash for prises f vvilt
moot the same prompt and punctal attention, as
if on personal application. Address to
Lottery Vender,. Baltimore.
December 6, 1831. td--8/i•
TO MY CREDITORS,'
TAKE NOTICE,. that I have applied to
the Judges of the Court of-
Plettoof Adams county, for the benefit ofthe.
Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges'
have appointed Monday the 23rd da_y_o%/4,___
marry next, for - the - hearing - of we and my
creditors,nt the Court-house in thetio - iiiiikb -
of Gettysburg, where you may attend if you
think proper. . .
aesemkr_lo, 1 B_3l,
. Abtice is herebtl
rrO ALL persons concerned, that the
final Account of John Atilabaugh and
Martin Chink, Trustees of THOMAS'
HARRISON, j filed in the PrOltonotary'sf
Office of Adams County, and will - be COW.
firmed at the negt adjourned' Court
held at Gettysburg ; on the 27th of Deeetn.
her inst., it no objections.
GEORGE WELSH, Proth'yv ;
December 6; 1831. , 4t*-8&'
TO MX CitralitliT 0113 A•
WAKE NOTICE, that hoe applied
4°- to the Judges of the Court of Commini
Pleas 'of Adams County, fOr the benefit or
the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judger.
have appointed Tuesday the 27th of Decent
btr ing. for the hearing of me utility credit-.
tors,. at the Court-house in the Borough or
Gettysburg, where you may attend. if yon
• • • WILLIAM REMY,
December 1, 1831. to ---.36
%'V C OW
CAME to the plantation: 9 r the entwalli.-•
ber, in CumbeilatiCtownship ! 'Adam*
county,•some time last Month, *
COWS 'one of 'them partly
Anil • -White,. with a ferst_ epotoe . ;7•
.-. the other.red,, wt* White it! • •
on her forehead short iail,•apparentlf
vy with calf. The Owner is destreilkW.
forweri4prova prqpirth pay . char , ri,
take thein:away. - - •
• -December 6', 1841. -• • 4t"