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Here shall, the PRESS the People's RIGHTS maintain
Unaw'd 119 influence, and unhrib'd by DARN.
Tuesday Dlornici a g, December 27, -1831.
66 THE SUPHEMACY OF THE LAWS. 9 I I
Domestic Massaractures, Internal Improves*
orient, and Home Industry.
[l:7lVe wish our patrons'; tine-and all, a merry
11 Christmas, and a happy New Year.
BALTIMORE MARKET—The navigation, says the
American Farmer, continues closed and of course
little business is doing. Howard street Flour
continues at $5 from wagons ; 'from stores we are
informed, that sales can be made at $5 25. The
Small quantities of Wheat coming in lq wagons
sell readily at from 90 to 106 cts per bushel. Fa
mily_rork from wagons is selling at $5 25 to 5 50,
jatr e-"neutral" masonic paper of Gettysburg
has hoisted the Clay flag. As there aro only a
half dozen or so Masonic Nationals in Adams, it
• is probable brother Boaz will have the honor of
A very important examination (says the York
Republicans) into the principles of Masonry, is
prosecuting before a very intelligent committee of
the Legislature ofßhodo Island. The Rev. Moses
Thatcher, a seceder, has undergone an examine.
tion of twelve and a half hours. The committee
is said to be composed of masons and antimasons.
Erif "Detector," of the Compiler, will turn to
our paper of the 22d of November last, he will
find the following article—
"Dows Dusr.--;The $5OO wager offered by
"Detector," in the last - " Compiler," Ie accepted:
Whenever the money is deposited, and a anti:fi
esta is shown us thereof• for that purpose, we
pledge ourself to procure the same to bo done, is.
sue joined and the question tried by a Jury of Ad.
ams county. A'ste let -the "Compiler" back its
assertions or confess their falsehoods. WE DARE
UM TO THE ISSUE."
We leave it to the public to judge whether there
is any "equivocation" in the; above.
The Leiialature has adjourned until 3(1 of Jan.
nary next. .
We understand that the Grand Jury of
Bucks county have found true bills against
Mina and Mrs. Chapman. Their trials have
been postponed until February. We learn
that the-testimony against both - these indi
viduals is strong, but forbear to give place
to the various ruthours in circulation.
*The ease of Doctor Cooper, the President
of South Carolina College, charged with in
fidelity, and hence proposed to be removed
from his trust, has excited great interest in
that state. The Charleston Evening Post
of the latest date says:—"We are informed
that. ti; passenger in the stage this morning,
states that before he left Columbia the vote
had been taken on the question concerning
or. Cooper, and that it was determined to
leavil the matter to the Trustees, by a vote
of 100 yeas to .3 nays."
Meip T-BOuitANce.—The -whale ship
Martha,-says _ the _l3 altimore _A rac_riean,
spate — eilTast week on,an
With a crew of 22 fine young men, has on
board "only four gallons* . spirits, and the
sane quantity of wine, for medical use. The
quantity of spirits usually taken by vessels
on such voyages, is from fifteen to twenty
barrels. Where there is an abSence 'of spir
its, insurance offices have agreed to deduct
5 per cent. per annum, on the insurance.*
At a large and respectable meeting of the
Volunteers and Militia of the 2d Brigade, sth
- Division P.. M. held at the Court House in
the Borough of Gettysburg, on Saturday
'Fi• 24th day Decerriber,lB3l,--Capt. JAMES
BELL was called to the chair and Capt.
ROBERT MCKINNEY and Quarter Master
D4NEER appointed Secretaries. The object
of the meeting being stated— -
ON motion,Maj. A. G. Miller, Maj. H.
Myers, Capt. G. Cownover, Capt. Kerr and
Capt. Ash, *ere appointed a Committee to
draft and -report to the meeting an address,
and.resolutionsex - pressive of the object; who
made a report approving of holding a State
Convention, 10 take into 'consideration the
defeels of the present Militia; System, with a
- resolution to appoint delegates to said Con
vention,„ which was unanimously adopted;
when CorM. C. Clarkson, Maj. A. G. Mil
ler,Maj Elijah Garretson, and Maj. Jacob
Sanders, were appointed delegates to repre.
'sept this. District; and on motion the' pro.
ceediza were .signed by the pificers and
- Ode . to be : printed.
- . JAMES BELL, Chairman....
J. B. DANDIER,' ;,
14 ,!. The. Cherokee Pho3ni*, of Niorernbet 12,
• her following note front Mrs. WOr
oast,: r the wife oi* oiW of the imprisoned
- :arrbi t Alubscriber acknowledges the re.
ofs4o 'Oat oenhyeecattibuted by a On!
i3itialra of the Cheroke e natkopy far thce,paa=-
Dentocratic Anti..lllasonic Nominationt
TbriMain IL'irt, of Jig.
amos Ellnuther, of Pa.
~N O BACKING OUT!
pose of defraying the expenses of a visit to
her husband ininiion. To those, arid to all
who have manifested kindness to her dtiiing
the late scenes of affliction through which
she has been called to pass, she tenders her
sincere thanks—desiring that their k4ness
may receive an eternal reward.
"ANN 0. WORCESTER.
"New Eehota, Nov. 4; 1831.
A man, supposed to be an Englishman,
named JAMES MYERS,..WaS found dead, on
the turnpike road near Carlisle,'one day of
last week.—A iskey bottle and a phial
that had containeeraudanum were found
empty beside him. The report of the in
quest was, that the deceased had cotne.to
his death by "whiskey, laudanum', and ex
posure to the weather." •
The New Orleans Courier of a late date
says:—"Mr. Bertoulin, one of thoSe gallant
Frenchmen who came from Europe to Allis
country to . lend their assistance in the glori
ous war of our independence, yesterday
morning terminated his lowg and honourable
career. This morning a detachment of 50
United States troops, stationed at this place,
under the command of Capt. Allen, the staff
of the Legion, and . a large concourse of his
fellow-citizens, followed the remains of that
worthy man to his last abode."
Mr. JEFFERS, recently appointed Charge
d'Affairs at Central America, is said, in the
Trenton True American, to have resigned
This__Mr, Joffers, ityill_be recollected,
came home to "explain away" a very seri
ous charge publicly made against-him, and
all the explanation we have, as yet, on the
subject, is that hehas resigned! No doubt
we shall soon hear him appointed to "some
no correcting power—and the thousands ex
pended in his outfit for which he has ren
deret-no service, be placed as a credit on
the account ofßcforni andr-Pconomy! Will
the people shut their eyes to such doings
and be titisfied---Clianibersburg Repub.
Weitrid_the gillowing article in the:l3o
ston Liberator—it is a letter to the Editor.—
MACON, (G co'.) Nov. 16th, 1831.
DEAR SIR-I regret to inform you, that
our mutual friend, Mr. John Lamb, got into
a . difficulty last evening, in consequence of
receiving your laudable paper. ' A mob of
unprincipled valiabonds 'assembled around
his house, and violently took
tarred -and feathered him!! They then
poured oil on his head and set fire to it ! !
They next carried him on a rail to the river
and ducked him ! ! And then returned with
him to a post near Darraugh and Simms'
Tavern, and whipped him !! They are now
preparing your effigy with the determination
to burn it.
I blush for my native state, to think that
such a spirit of opposition and bitternes.4,
could pervade our community; but I can tru
ly say that northern men who reside among
us, are more violent against the Liberator
than our native Georgians.
COLONIZATION SOCIETV.—The march of
this institution in public favor is steadily on
ward. We learn this morning, from the
Kentucky papers, thaka resolution has pass
ed both Houses, requesting their Senators
and Representatives in Congress to use their
best exertions to procure the passage of an
act of Congress setting apart an annual ap
propriation out of the neiON.l funds, to as
sist in colonizing free persons of color on
the coast of Africa. At a recent meeting
of the Managers of the Colonization Society
of this city, it was resolved to request ll the
kindred societies of the United States to
press a similar application upon the attention
Mrs. Clue has been set atliberty by Judge
Gibson, he having decided that • she could
not be tried a second time for the same of
fence. It will be recollected this female
was tried in July last. She was indicted for
Ole murder of her husband by poison, but
the Jury were unable fo - agree, after being
out from ten o'clock on Saturday night till
ten on Monday morning, at which time they
were discharged by the court, on proof be
ing fUrnished that the life of a juror was en
dangered by longer confinement.—Sat. Bul.
The New York Commercial, a m.
Clay paper, in remarking upon the re
the election in that state, says:,--"It e ,
appears, much to our regret, that , tha*i•
masons have gained in the aggregate imOlg.
15,000 votes daring:the last year. It is
proper to state facts, that our friends may
not be deceived at home or abroad."- And
yet the jack paper of this lmough, [as well
as of Gettysburg,] would fain hare its rea
ders believe that New York will go for Clay,
Norristown Free Press.
ARKANSAS, Nov. 16.
THE 'EMIGRATING INDIANS.—We learn,
that Capt. Brown, superintending the remov
al of the Indians, has received information
from the Old Choctaw Nation, East of the
Mississippi,that not fess than 7000 Choctaws
will emigrate to their horned West of the,
Arkansas, during the present season. Sonie
400 or 500 of this number; will remove on
their own resources, and accept the commu
tation $lO per head, offered by the Gov
ernment, on their arrival at their new homes.
The remainier war-remove under the dire.-.
*ion of Agents of the" Government, and cross
the Mississippi - at sundry pointa- , -Memphis,
Helena,libuth of White River, Point Chicot,
Vicksburg, and probably mthers. It. is pro
liable that some of the parties have already .
crossed the Milißias4lPip though no certain
infvimtidn of their eying. hat yet been
Fw&ved by the sooliintexulent.
LATEST FROM RIO DE JANEIRO..
-The - brig Canning,' Whitten, from Rio
de Janeiro, whence she sailed on the 21'st
Oct...litiss arrived at Annapolis. The edi
tors of the American learn from Mr: Rich
• Saltonstall, passenger in the Canning,
that an insurrection took place in the 'small
fortified town' of Cobros, nerd.
,the city of
Rio de Janeiro, on the 7th OCtobox. The
citizens and soldiers, to the number of a
bout 7000 men, immediately turned out to
support the government, and the next day
the disturbance was quelled, after a slight
skirinish, in which several ofthe insurgents
were killed. The young Emperor , was
standing in the palace during the battle, and
narrowly escaped being kill ed by a musket
shot aimed at him by one of the insurgents.
The government at the time the C. sailed,
was believed to be firm, and the belief was
strengthened by the'fact of its having been
assisted by the citizennd soldiers in tho
disturbances above mentiened.—Balt. Pat.
We are not surprised to see the U. States
Gazette, Village Record, Berks and Schuyl
kill Jeurnal,,Norristown .Herald, and other
old federal papers, puff Gov. Wolf 'and his
message. Gov. Wolf is an (a federalist,
end his election was suppoited by every ma
sonic federal and Clay paper in the state.
The democracy of Pennsylvania is opposed
to him. Nothing but a union of the friends
of Jackson, Clay and masonry; can save the
imbecile tool,of the Sutherland junto.
WHEELING, Dec. 17.
The river has been closed with Ice since
Sunday last. It has seldom. if ever, since
the country hab been inhabited by the pre
sent race, been frozen over so early in the
inter o 18 5 , it was frozen
over about the Ist of February, and broke
up on the 16th.
In the winter of 1826-7, it was closed
with ice on the 29th Dec. and broke up on
the 27th Jan. , •
The winter of 1827-8, it was remarkably
open. The river was navigable the whole
ir.ter r and -on-the_9lqt fie.e._it_was-22 feet
above low water mark.
In the winter of 1828-9, the river was
navigable until the 12th of Feb. On the
21st it was frozen over, and broke up on the
6th of March.
Last winter, which was considered a ve
ry hard one, the river was not frozen over
until the 23d of Jan. It broke up on the
• tlrof-Feb. •
A WARY CRRDITOR.-A. dashing gen
tleman, who was not reckoned among• the
number of the best pay-masters, visiting his
hatter, fixed upon one of ihe hats in the shop
which - he wished to have sent, home upon
credit; this being refused,, he exclaimed,
f'What ! do you refuse to give me credit for
a hat !"—when the hatter replied, I have
another trifling objection besides that of
merely giving you credit—l should not like
to be under the necessity of bowing to my
num hat till you may choose to pay for
TAKEN BY SUBPRISE.-At the time when
Mr. Peale was exhibiting his beautiful pic
ture of the-Court of Death, in Boston, he
sent the late. Rev. Dr. Osgood a ticket, on
which was inscribed, "Admit the bearer tci
the Court of Death." The old gentlen.uth.
never having heard of this picture, was ut
terly confounded; "I expected to go before
long," said he, "but I was not prepared for
so abrupt a summons.—.lbid.
It is an unfortunate error, though very
common, that subscrThers to newspapers fait
into, in supposing, ea& man, that the piper
is made exclusively for himself: Each man
sh - ouTd recollect, that It is for a thonsand
• • dif
Jvocatioroyanda thousand different Ways: of
thinking, and each man must have a share.
On the 6th inst. by the Rev. G..Filllnore, Doct.
T. M. Tows, of Rochester, N. Y , to Miss Er.a.s.
BETH AJ4N BEATTY, of Rochester; forrnorly of Fre
derick county; Md.
On Thursday week !alit, by the Rev. John N.
Hoffman, Mr. SAMUEL HA/WK,Of Frederick county,
Md. to Miss MARIA BAU3iGARTNER,'Of this county.
In Buffaloo towashiri, Perry county, on the 13th
inst. Mr. IlonsaT BASON; & on the evening of the
same day, SARAH his lilfe,and their infant child.
Their funeral (says the Forester,) was attended
on Thursday by a largo concourse of people, who
witnossod the Interment of Husband, Wife, and
Child, in one grave.
VI ltiHE Emmitsburg Temperance Society . w ill
hold its Semi Annual Meeting in Emmits.
burg, at the Germati Church, on MONDAY the
2d of January next,at 10 o'clock, A. M. It is ex
pected there will be two Addresses delivered on
the occasion. A general invitation is given to all
those opposed to, aewell as to all those in favor of
the advancement oilt)to cause of temperance and
of temperance societies.
December 27, 18 .
From their day of Ap r il next , •
• 1 -
,„•.., ~.... North .
- .. • -`... • oituat in Baltimore
- - Street, joining the Coach Man
ufactory of Mess Clark & Marsh. The
sibintion is a goo one for a • Mechimio of
any descripton. Enquire.or. , ~.
Gettysburg,,Dic.l B , , IFBA., -4-....30
fifisiSP QU I '
1.4 - ,4oirathA, imrti
Norristown Free Press,.
" arimNezt aFt
,92YHEREAS,the Hon. John Reed, Esq. Pre
sident of the several Courts of Common
Pleas, in the Counties composing the Ninth Dis
trict, and Jultice of the Cohlts of Oyer and Ter
miner, and General Jail Deli Very, for the trial of
all capital and other olio ders hi the said District
—and Daniel Sheffer, an William M'Clean,Esqs.
Judges of the Courts of Co on Pleas, and Jus
tices of the courts of Oyer and errniner, and Ge
neral Jail Delivery, for the tri 1 bean capital and
other offenders in the County f Adamshave is
sued their precept, bearing date the 30th day of-
November, 1831, and to me directed, for holding.
a Court oCommon Pleas, and General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, and General Jail Delivery,
and Court of Oyer and Terminer, at Gettysburg,
On Monday the 23d day of January next,
At 10 o'clock, A. M. _
Notice is hereby Given,
To all the Justices of the Peace,the Coroner
and the Constables within the said
CO,LIZT7'.Ir OF 'ADAMS;
That t y eand there, in Their proper
persons, with their Rolls, Records, Inquisitions,
Examinations, and' other Remembrances, to do.
those things which to their offices, and , in that be
half appertain to belong—and also they who will
prosecute againWthe Mil are, or then
shall be, in the Jail of the said County of Adams,
are to be then and there to prosecute against
them as shall be just.
Dated at Gettysburg, the 27th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1831.
December 27, 1831. tc-38
IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Adams County, will be e3cpbs
to public sale on
Saturday the 21st day of January next,
THE' UNDIVIDED HALF
OF A - F A RM,
The Estate of Catharine Mun.
dorf,iec'd. situate in Huntington township,
Adams , county, adjoining lands of William
Wireinan, David Mumper and others,
Containing 1 Hundred acres
A LOG DWELLING SE
Log Barn,& other necessary improvements.
Terms—One half of the purchase money
to be in hand; the balance in two equal an
HARMAN WIREMAN, Adm'r. _
_ the Court,
JOHN B. CLARK, Clerk.
December 27, 1831. • ta-88
liiartabW 4 o
liftsfer and Sugar Boxes,
„ , PRINTS, &C. •-
NEST BOXES AND BARREL COVERS,
30000 cane, suitable for - reed, makers
500 nest sugar boxes
500 barrel and half barrel covers
Wash Boards Candle wick
Lamp wicks - Baskets and brushes
Sugu.r boxes • Fishing lines
Weavers' reeds Brush handles
REEDS AND, SHUTTLES, -
Sifters and strainers -Fishing
Shovels and twine Butter prints
Clothe pins Bellows and spiggota
Bed cords .Fishing hooks
Tlouith lines Marbles and tops
- Shoe brtuthes_
MARKET AND FANCY BASKETS,
Rolling pins Shoe blacking
Pota - totrararhers ------ ItattontrayK - spocms - .
Towel rollers Trenchers °
Wash & cake- board s - Crabbing& cabbage nets
~Cubs and biltter bowls. •
The above articles are offered for sale; ort.4ett
sonable terms, by
VALERIE'S DUKEHART, •
No 101 i, Baltimore between South & Calvert sts.
Baltimore, 12th mo. 27th 1831. 4wlo-38
The .Interican Faimer,
ANEAT WEEKLY PAPER, in quar
to form, Edited by Ginnoil SMITH, is
published in Baltimore, Md., by 4, Irvine
Ilitchcock, at $5 per annum.
' It is devoted exclusively to Agriculture,
Hcrtticulture and Rural Domestic and Do
mestit. Econonty. It contains also every
week'the Prices Current in the commer
cial and common markets, of the principal
comsnodities which Farmers want to buy or
sell, and such intelligence, Foreign and Do
mestiC',lli is interesting to them, with re
gard to thecurrent value of their produce.
CONTENTS OF NO. 41, VOL. 13. ,
Orchard Grass luta Clover, on the best method
of Securing and `Cleaning the Seed for market—
On the cultivation of Indian Corn An Address
delivered at Northampton, before the Hampshire,
Hampden and Franklin Agricultural Society, Oc
tober 27, 1831. By Sib F. Dickinson, continued.—
Sheep in Vermont—Large pig — On ; the Peach, its
botanical characters, &c.--Peruvian CottOri—On
Heating Het Houses by water, letter from Sam
uel G. Perkins, with remarks by the editor of the
New England Farmer—Adulteration ofWines—
Recipe to make Saur ,Kraut—Silk •Levanthter ma.
nufactered iri "Manefiekt, Connee.ticut—Hogs—
Editorial v 'Cheat or Chess.--Cardifig Machine*.
Prices Current of Country Produce in the New
York and Baltimore Markets--Advertiseiraents•
OrTisilsa'who wish to see the American
Farmer, with ix view to sobseriang - foi it,
may iiddiess the. publisher' by mail, (free
of postage,) who• will send .a specimen of the
work containing ferma t as& for iimatnination,
Al! postmastees are agents forlhe work.
WEILIAINd . OF
974 i - subscilber, intending.-to rernoTe - Nliw
Midctliberg, Frederick ectinty, Md., ofrerr
at priVato sale his whole•S'foClC-Or-r"
at the filoal,rocluced prices. They comist aan
EXTETSSIVE ASSORTNEPiT OF
Groceries. Paintii • *ct-. ,
Comprising every thing generally fct‘nnd,ittActAlt i
try store. . Cho stand is an excellent:one., knot Wig
always command a largo share - of
Glio. W CLADALIgrII.
Middleburg, Dec. 21, (27,j.1831: . 4t-39
&Maryland Slate idillem s ,
No. 10, FOR 1831.
To be drawn in 'Baltimore on 7'HURS ,
. 1 4
DA Y, the 29th instant.
HIGIIEST PRIZE, 6,000 DOLLARS!
1 prize of 66,0001 2
1 ° 1,200 I 2
1 8001 4
1 500 I 8
1 300 12,000'
2 150 I 10,000
2 100 I
12,025 Prizes amounting -to $BO,OOll,
HALF TICKFS, $2- 2 QUAB.T2Ri Sie
TO BE HAD Al'
in the resent State
Lotteries his been oftener sold than stony other'
offices ! ! !
fr.rOrders, either by mail (postpaid) or privalki
conveyance, enclosing . the cash fbr prizes, will
meet the oin prampt niqd_punotuattte s tA4 o 4 .
if-on personal application. Address to ,
Lottery Vender,- Baltimore..
December 27, 1931. t fil t ,
THE ..E.1.1140rS BOWIE
comiErtekalgNi or A '3119W SERUM
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3d volitme ;it is embellished, with vet.
beautiful and costly engraving) t 1
Page particularly has been worked np in imitad
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printing, attended with incalculable trouble, and'
as a highly ornamental and gratifying display of e
the' Arts, desertesi particular attention. Besides
which there are, a splendid engraving on steel or
" Tax Wrrs ;" the Latest—London Fashions foe-
Caps and Bonnets; a.. VieW of the Ring's Bridges- .
andßoyal Barracks, at Dublin ; the Woodpecker/.
and-the - Wood - Lark ;Awe favorite pleas of Magid
with the accompaniments ; also, a genetalr Table
of Contents for the Volume.
hi catering for the amusement of`patron*
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