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oFFIcE of 'LIU; sTity,
CHAMBERSIIUIW A'• FEW Dboll3
WEST OF MR. FOERY'S TAVEIZN.
A D VERf VDTENTS
Conspleeeusly inseiled FOUR times fir oNR
poradin. per square--,over flier TWENTY-FIVE
CRNTS per square will be charged".
Printvd and Puldislwd, atl:trr•ri•snrrec, PA., .
BY ROBEIUP W. 11111)BLETON.
A DI EIITI S 14.131 ENTS.
DOCT. S. It. TUDOR,
O FMIS his Professional services to the
public generally, atid can always be
found at his Ili 's • ,s . r
6ninerly occupied by James Morrisson,
within one.mile and a .half of l lampton.
Fair Mount, June 14, Is3l. t 1-1 0
A LIST OE , ' IFITA IIA E
OF FOREIGN It CII AN-
E,. within the County of Maws,
that took out Licence on the Ist May,
John C. MorningstarlJohn Muck
Henry Sehriver J. 4. M. Carl
George AlYers 11 1. : Hiblebrond
Abraham -King, Esq. Thonoi4 3Hinight
Andrew i)iyers C. Hemlar
Daniel Hartman Jacob Really
Jacob Brough George Bo nge
Hugh MeShcrry Samuel l'oluiestock
Jain Lahnuin Daniel Comfort
Philip Wearer Donner 4. 2itgler
Albert Vandike . Th(onas.T. Cooper
Jacob Myers B,Jhert Smith.
Christian Bishop William Reynolds
Jacob Fahnestiwkjr. Jesse Gilbert
George IVilson Michael. C. Clarkson
J. 4 C. Benner Hunnirl Brulder
Enoch Simpson ,11 I flumn
List.oUhose that dui not take
out Licence on- said day:
Joseph. Miller Co
D. E. "'aim:stock
Jaen() Long (8% Co.
Hiram Boyd Co.
. . . arton Co: teary Brialferhif
C. .5- H. Barnitz henry Sanders
Blythe 4.:.lll.‘Gialey Abraham Reeve?.
ROBERT SMITII, Trlwsurer
Treasurer's ( Get
tysburg„ltwe 1.1, 1831.
rrIHE Subiseribet informs lii
„4,!. friends and the Public, that he has just
'"retnimed from the Cities of Philadelphia and
' Baltimore, With an
EXTENSIV E AND ENTIRELY NEW
ST 0 (34, OVC,OO AI €4 •
whiek he intends openin g in the house of
the WC John ;Weal:wig-by, Esq. deceaseil,
situate on the AS'outh
,Wesl Corni:e the
Centre Square in Ucitysburg,
CONSISTINO OP A
GENERAL As OF
\ ,S]' GOODS 4
Q‘iii - erisApd Glass WARE,
LIQU' ORS, -`" trice:_ .
(roll PARTI(TLARS, SHE If IXII-1111,T,5.)
A personal appear:tacit at: (•stalilish-
thent, the. .14(MV PRICES of the Goods,
- and elegant assortment, : will be an induce.
-Wiit for them- to pureliase—"took
The I',lll lii's humble servant,
SAM [LE L FA lIN ESTOCK.
Gettysburg, April 20, 1 , tr-2-2
AOOi4 013 T
DO rosN ct r ii ,, x
n inform am public generally,
THAT' I HAVE JUST
F . I; S LT l' P rip
- SEASONABLE GOODS :4
whidi plouving tprimi Po[ CASI I or
CO I. IN TRY PRODUCE:
r' z oi \ -giri Nu PA RTiX AS FOLLOWS:
Mai - nest:l'j, BOtish Dry GoodS,
Gr ocer i es Ihrd-Ware,
Queens4are; Shoes, &c.
ALSO pjj hand, LEER, for sali:
May 4'183.1. • , • 4t.-7
JUS"Pgi;CEIVEI.4. FOR SALE BY
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£/L41),. HERA . NG. L- MACKEREL;
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i nso i ve ,*4 d e or;11ro notirtibci to iir . esdiii
heir claitns to t I, :*•8 bscril)ey for NC ttle m erit.
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DIX IT A HOI P ATRIA'? RO ESN" R CIV UB7-7
TI P. GA R LAN D.
"With sWertest /luw•rrs enrich'd
Front twrilms frardeini cull'd with ram"
THE TIIUEJE EPOCHS OF LIFE
Birtholiarri-rzLir, and JJcatlr'
Behold the lovely Infant's fragile form,
How ~whet, hoW ituurcent it lips;
W hat heart, that seeing, does not warm,
Or hearing, melts not at its cries ?
Angels they seem, though forms onlesh he given,
To hide the spirit, pure as those iu heaven!
When early sports and plays are o'er,
And youth to hardy manhood grown;
When early toys shall please tut more,
And beaul y's tlow'rs are fully blown,
Wedlock fulfils creation's IniaNienly plan,
Linhsliist the late, and seals the happiness of man
Death tears the infant from the breast,
And wakes the lovely prey his own;
The blooming youth he lays to_ rest,
Ero lilt to him is fully known :
Nature, too, calls wearied ago to his last sleep,
i.`Sity of the Gra re: how long,how sound,how-deop
Fiem Blackwood's Magazine.
Answer to Lord Bijron's Lines on Lore.
" lea, Lore, inderd, i,v light from Heaven,
A spud,. of that immortalfire,
Witkatoril,s shin orl-411
' PI lift from fwah our low desire---"
Oh! say not Love is light from I leaven,
A sacred ilawe of hallow'il birth!
Oh! Or7T mo not dna Levels given
No lift the heart of man front earth—
no! 11,4 MIL fl. rind,' ft) bind
`Flie spirit to this earthly sphere:
To.liill \vitt) fills , : repose tit mind,
Anil make this fleeting life too tleut
The V) 01 Mot kith no earthly tie, •
Mao (- . 1.:;1 a looLriov - planee on h
But those who lush' the lbw ern of Lore,
Engel there is a llearen abort.:
Then say not Love is light. from Heaven,
A sacred Hanle of hallowed birth;
Then tell me not that Love is given
' To wean the soul annul front eartli.
TILE 11 ISC LILA NV.
From the New England Review
TIIIIMAN WITH THE MUSTACHIOS.
It was a warm Saturday afternoon in Au
gust that a horseman turned up to the inn
which fronts the steepleless meeting house
of a small village in the interior of New
England. As usual, in the warm Saluda) ,
afternoons of summer, the male portion of
the villagers were assembled at the tavern
: 7 --- z sowe drinking punch like water, and oth
ers the "regular old soakers" discussing the
merits of pure.s.New England." Some were
stretched out half asleep, and if the truth
must be told, hall' intoxicated, under the
shade of two venerable elms which overlook
ed the "highway in frontOf the inn, and cult
ers were seated in the window seats of the
bar room, gravely arguing upon matters
spiritual and political.
But the unusual appearance of the stran
ger roused every one in the attitude of cu
riosity. lie, was mounted on an elegant
horse, and as he reined up in it graceful
manlier betbre the door, every eye was turn
lip Was sonic hat tall, with
a diminutive wlaiSt, which would have an
to the similitude of Falstall l ---"an
eagle's talon"—and legs of most inordinate
length, fiunished - with a close ; covering of
_light-eloth—looking - tbr - all - the'weTld";like:
a coujile of ox-goads with eel-skins drawn
over t hem, I [is dark frock was finely con-
Fasted with his yLosoin.
ornamented with pearl studs and glittering
salbty chains. A broad -stock of silk. de,:
voted his chin to an angle of forty-live de
grees, and supported a collar ()finical, starch
ed to the stitllieNs of sheet iron, and which
protruded'on each side of his. chin like the
limn of a rhinocerdS. Ilbote a huge pair
of whiskers extended froin car to.car, with
the trilling exception of a square inch or
two of his chin, over which the tonsorial
implement had evidOtly recently passed.
His Upper lip was garnislicd by enormous
mustachios, which bristled fiercely upward,
iuul covered ajnoiety °faller cheek. 11 is
hat was most extpusitely small, cone like,
and pitched wittradmirable elfect upon the
left side of his head, while tinge Masses of',
hair, tumbled up carelessly at templesd
were left wholly unciiveied.
• The stranger dismouikted and entered the
inn without deigning a glance to tile right
or left. "lle's a Spaniard or Portuguese,"
said one in it low whisper to his companions
—"Look at his beard," said another. ""011,.
what legs," said a third. One after anoth
er of the loungers gave in their opinion,
and none could a(r.ree as to the precise char- .
acter of the walking phenomencur, - Leroy°
them. An old sailor -insisted that he was a
Turkish bashaw—while an itinerant Preach
er as strenuously afliiined that - the bpifig
who had appeared' questionable
/ shape" was none other than the famous Lo
renzo Dow.. • _._ •
, The- stranger had in the Mean timeyeach
ed tho' centre of-thet bar room.
.a,glass , looked -round foi the.
first time upon the company.. ‘.‘Landlord,"
said he, 'show ma my
,roen,ritnti let inc haVe
- Slipper is jost tcady," said die lanti
lortlL-"will you tali,ein seat- with -
'Nu of mutifacl* and whisker took,
otl . his 'hal, .-141•A;ihreiltdi hr hair-,
.. . .
GETTYSBURG, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1831,
until it stood out as wildly as the locks .of
a LaphindVindstealer.' "Sir!" said he, "I
am a crentleman, and I choose to eat alone—
damme if I don't:" And he looked around
on- the company With the most sovereign
otu is tilere was_,A' G o illsnolo _ appea l, r
and .tne man Oli.whisketli was shown to his
apartment, and supper was prepared agreea
bly to his directions. The waiting quid'
was none other than the fair daughter of
the innkeeper, a girl in her seventeentiLyear,
with a bri ,, ht black. eye, and dark natural .
ringlets falling over her plump shoulders.
The whiskered gentleman us the bright lie
ho seated herself at the table to wait upon
his gastronomic operations, stared at her for
some time..with the_most .provokinwassuf.
ance. The girl blushed up to the shadow
of her ringlets.
• "Curse me," said the gentleman at length,
"but you are a devilish. handsome girl."
The fair waiter blushed yet deeper—and
tried to smile away her contusion. Luckily
for her the substantial -Eire of the table at
that monan it caught the eye of her admirer,
and completely occupied all his faculties for
the next half hour.
The supper finished, the stranger arose,
strutted to the glass, pinched his dic:kev, and
twisted his mustachios into a 'gill fiercer
"Ila, my pretty mis - s,"! said he ns'he flung
his 'arm round — tlie neck of die Thu wtfitin.,
who, in the perfornuu►cc ()flier household
doles had chanced to approach hi —' Yotere
too h,uulsom© for a country gift'--and he
bent his wiskers to her thee and attempted
The mustachios would unquestionably
have suffered, had not the fair ones hands
[well filled with the empty dishes of the sup
per table. As it was, she bounced out of
the room in high dudgeon, & our souiew•hat
disconcerted hero vas leti to his own
tiuns during the remainder of the evening.
The girl, as was undoubtedly her duty,
immediatel related the circumstance of
the offence sho had received at the hands
of the whiskered traveller, to the keeper of
her father's bar room, who had some time
been her acknowledged lover._ , Shouldn't
have cared so much about it, she said, if
the fellow had looked and acted like a Chris
tian, but to have such a good fur nothing
heathen poking his head in her face, was
what she wouldn't bear, nor touch to—she
knew she wouldn't. The twain forthwith
resolved upon vengeance, and that very
night was fixed for.its - cxecution.
It was midnight—and all was still in the
inn, save that here and there the sonorous
noise of some queasy sleeper, "made the
night hideous" with some somniferous melo
dy. The stranger in mustachios had fallen
into a quiet sleep, with, his pillow so adjusted
as to prevent any -collosion with the hairy
appendages of his countenance. He was
roused into conciousness by the entrance of
the bar keeper and his pretty waiter of the
precedfing evening. He rubbed his eyes
and ral - sf2d himself half upright. The bar
kee per laced a basin of warm wi for a •
ing hd.N mid razors, and a huge pair of sheep
shears upon the stand at the bedside.
"What do yen ant?"w demanded the
whiskered gentleman, ma tone or vacilating
between resolution mid terror.
"To. shave you," was the laconic reply.
In vain the dandy remonstrated, swore,
'and wept by turns—thebaL as
hooper, w. iii,
excitable. Brandishing his naked razor he
commanded him to be quiet under-the pen
alty of a elippe - d'weasand. Exhausted by
agitation and terror, our tniftnlunate hero
sunk down 'won his pillow, and sulle,red tlie
hrush to pass over his countenance wit bout
resistance. The . girl with a grill of most
exquisite - satisfaction, held the light, while
her lover applied the dull arid jagged razor
- to the hairy honors of the stranger.' 'Wills-,
kers and mustachios fell one after the other
—4ll, beautiful as" they were, and dearly
treasured as 'they had been. The wretch
ed' Robespierre, lay .with' his eyes closed,
and silent, save when a dull groan or smoth
ered curse told that the tonsorial instru
ment acted in tho double capai:ity of a clear
ing knife' and stump digger.
"Now:for his hair, - Jane," said the bar
ber,..and the forrnidable sheep shears went
clipping amid the curled and perfumed locks
of our hero.. In a fesy,moments he was left
whiskerless and hairless-.--an excellent
didate for a wig. "q . ,_nd night to you, mis
ter," said the.barher,.... . he gathered up his
apparatus and rett,..,o „room. "The next.
time you try to kiss a country girl, you'll
have a smooth facqlor it."
. , .
The next morning ftit- inquiries
were made relative to ti . . ..ii in 'his-.
kers—and the landlord - . !is room
found iecompletely vac - • ,.' hero had
disappeared, leaving no . i . his hair
behind. 'rho hostler statu- t,. t just at day
liirlit a Wild looking; hin headed-being came
rushing into the stable, and demanded'his
lorse. Ii was no. sooner Furnished' than he
threw hithsell into thqsatidla 3c and plunged
into the highway with tho qkod of life. and
(loath... The facts oftlo case soon appear
od, and tho.inclancholyMishaP of the dandy
with the niustaChios,,became a. standing
subject of- merriment to - the tenants and
.Intinovie the inn. , ' • .., . .
"THE LOVE. OF Ml' COUNTRY LEAD. 4 ME TO nx: OF ADVANTAGE. TO MY I'ELLOW-CITIZEN6."
From the New.Yorlc Constellation.
A BT F. •
"Oh ! Oh ! I'm bitten to death—l'm a
dead man--1 hay'nt two hours to live'—Oh
dear!" wildly exclaimed an honest country
man, not a hundred miles oils he rushed
into the house one dark —"rye
been bitten by a rattle snake!"
"By a raitle snake!" asked some One
present—"are you Sure it a rattle snake?"
"Sure! Oh Lord I'm We sure: 1 heard
him rattle and
,felt the bite as plain as day."
"Then it's gone case with you," replied
the compassionate neighbor, "and the soon
er you make your will the better."
"Ohk that I should be cut Ml' in' the prime
of my days by such a cat-a-stro-phe! that I
should ii4er live' to die' by the: bite of a rat
tle snake! that it should be my fate to go
out of the world swollen like a bladder and
speckled ast a sarpent!"
"But where is the wound, Mister—"
"Here ! here !on nay 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. But there'4 no help--
a rattle snake's bite is fatal—all the medi
cine in the. world cant cure it.. You might
its -well -undertake to call a man-from the
dead as to cure the bito of a rattle snake!"
"But where was the -snake ?" asked a
considerate man amon ,, the crowd who had
run itvon hearing of the fatal accident.
"Where was the snake, do you say?" re
turned the bitten man in great agony—"he
was behind the barn among - the weeds. '
"We had better go and - kill hint, said
the considerate man, "before he kills some
body else." •
"t)l► mercy!" exclaimed several voices;
"I would'm go near him for all the world."
Nevertheless the prudent man went, well
armed with a club and furnished with a lane
tern; while some otherscautiously followed
at a distance to see the result. The man
soon descried - The cause of the mischief, still
• _ ee s; u Ins ea o
striking the blow, he merely gave a whew:.
whistle, and returned to the house.
"Have. you killed him?" asked the.wound
himl why, you fool yotr, the rat
tle snake is nothing butt poor old selling
hen, that had made her nest among the
weeds, and merely pecked Four fo . ot to keep
you from treading on her."
"The des;il she did!" exclaimed the man
with the swollen tbot, leaping up two feet
high, "then 'twas no rattle smite after all,
hey? - oh, Lord! that ever an old settiv
l►en should put mein such a. fright. But
I'm perfectly well.now--my foot aint swelled
a bit—the old setting hen, hey?—lloo—Amo
7--hoo!—But curio her ! I say, for putting
mu in such a fright for nothing."
The old Lady's gentleman
called at the house of an honest old lady,for
the purpose of collecting,a ginall debt. Not
recollecting the amount, he promised to
send his• bill ,that evening. The old lady
our Sal never set up with any body yet, but
Rill's a clever fellow, and they may build a
tire in the other room."
Sing,nlar,—nicy respectable fitrmers met
in one ofthc stores of this village last week.
Tlie-one accosted the other in a fhntili:►r way,
with "how do yon. do George'?" at the same
time extending him his hand. George eyed
the party saluting, him with inquisitive in
terest for some thrie; - hut - not ab 1 6 .16
recognize him, at length exelaimed—"Sir,
you have the" advantage of me—although
think I havo seen you I)elbre. 4 flaying
perplexed Ge4go with numerous remarks
calculated more More to excite his•curiosity.
IsunC`Mason, at length, reVealed himself to
his brother George. The singularfact was
then disclosed, that although these brothers
.reside within the distance . of Six tuil9s; the
one north and the ether south of this village
and each of them almost weekly in. town on'
business that they had not met each other
during the last fifteen years. It is no less
remarkable that during this petiod they had
repeatedly visited each other's family, but
it so happened that the party visited was
invariabl y from Iconic, on the occasion--
On the 14th May, the ppint 7 --whollie . ! :
Catholic priest could legiilly -- ;lnarry untie
the Charter—waS solemnly argued' on ap
peal before - the Royal Court ofPariS. Thp
Court was divided ill opinion.
In Warren cOunty, N. Y. a Mr. Stiles
has recovered $BOO of a Man named Thos.
Tillford, 5.0 years old, for the seduction of
his daughteit. ..n.ed 17. • The daughter also
recovered $1( fi' broach of prom
ise of marriage. .
- Some of the northern editors aro timtled
with the notice that a MISS Traird4l:44,, - 1
poned a school in New York, with theobjecl
of teaching young ladies to walk.
cademy . of Miss Twitch, for the same pur ;
pose., must - have had a great number of pupils.
It is , to be apprehended
.that a serious con.
tiloversy may arise on the comparaqvciukr- .
oft.thi! Waddling and the TaliirAiagin
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4 VOL. O. 13a
LEWISTONArN, (Penn.) June 17.
We learn by letter from an authentic
source that the seat of justice of 'Juniata
county has been located at Mifflintowu—
the- ground staked off, &c.
Mifflintown was obviously the most cen.
teal location the comthissioners . could have
made, unless they had made it offthe Canal
end Turnpike, and then the centre would
have varied but little WM Mifflin. But
apart from locality, all the leading roads in
the new county -point to Mifflin, - and the
large and fertile valley of Tuscarora has an
immediate connexion with Mifflintown, by
an excellent bridge across the Juniata. Our
knowledge of the new - county satisfies us
tlu the location is the best that could haVe
been Made, and me haVe - little — ifonbt but it'
Will give general satisfaction:---Eagle.
The office of Attorney General of the U.
States,nnder the Jackson reign,has at length
found a resting place. 11 has been confer.
red on Ito,r_ant B. l'Artcy, Esq. at present
A ttorney General of Maryland. Mr.-Taney
hits at all times been distinguished both as a
lawyer and a politician. He will discharger
the duties of the office with decided ability
—being probably the most capable man, a.
mong the- party ; -who-could be--prevailaon t
in the present state of things, to at tep the
Noir JerseyecTitor — bT — ts repen y •en
challenged to fight u. duo!. Ho says he alway
settles such difficulties with "pen and ink," and
thzeatens to put his antagonist into the Meek Seat
Tlit Legislature of Michigan has passed
an act, labolishing Grog Shops, Goods
, A writer in the Charleston Mercury re
commends that the image of Washington be pla ,
cod upon - the United . tates coin, instead of the
unmeaning head now on thorn, neither man nor
woman, with the him of a mermaid and the keg
of a simpleton.
A horrible ease of death from Hydropho•
very respectable citizen of Pike county,.
Richard Foster, Esq. was bitten by his own
dog, on the 24th April, and died, with the
worst symptoms, on the 7th-- inst.- —Tr
wound of the bite healed in a short time d
no ayinptons of disease were felt until forty
one days afterwards. Cases of this descrip.
tic - Allow-1i the necessity of precaution. po
ticularly in the cities and towns, where doge
IS THIS KIDNAPPING?--'ln hopes of stum
bling on a "reward," B. arrests an Ethiopia
an, and commits him to prison On suspicion
of his being a slave. No evidence is offer
ed of his being such, but circumstances pre
vent his proving his freedom. No one
claims him, and must now be sold for
his jail fees. C. pnrchases him at the jail•
ors sale' for "one dollar,' and sells him to a
trader for four hundred dollars, and the un
fortunate finds himself transferred from the
Washington to the Alexandria jail for safe
keeping till an opportunity is offered of
case 'happened a few days since in this city.
Wliat should society award to the wretch
who would bny a fellow-creative for "one
dollar," and sell him in hopeless bondage
for four hundred :1 - Motile speculation!!
We wish our distant readers to twat in mind
that these .things are done under the sane-,
Lion of laws passed by "their" repreeeliii:
lives. They should therefore look to it.
"Hail Columbia!! !"--American Speciator.-
Literary and Scientific Institsttion.—The'
Baltimore Antjual.;Conference . of the7Meth
odist Episcopal Church has in couteMplatiolv
the establishment Oa Literary and l 'algff, l
tin/ Institution within its bounds—sand at its'
kite session-in Washington city,-delerniined'
to accept of •"FOUNTAIN ROCK," inc'
Washington county, Md. j(the termer resi
dence of Gen. Samuel It inggord; deceased)
for the purpose of locating such an institu
tion there; provided the mansion house,with
'fifty . acres of land thereto attached, be offer
ed free of cost to tho . said conferenco,---Ma. ,
riland Advertiser. .
The Rochester Republic= _states: that
50,120 acres of wheat were cat last year if.
Monroe county, New York. This,. it_may .
be observed v is the product of one . county,.
and it taken at 20 bushels,,to the acre, .and
41Y6 average. price at ono dollar per bushel,'
the return for wheat alone must exceed 1 ,-.
Mr, Philip Reese,. Upper Maripn+ '
Township, Montgomery county, Pa. has a
living gosling, which bus fohr legs, two'
wings and - hoad—thq hinder part ap,'
pears to be double with Wiitzeptitnase. and .
two tails, with large expandinn
It has the use &all its legs, ai l id appears-tot
be as healthy and thriving as any of the
y-luuves !Ind '6494:
ofa quality equhl to the best mado in Enge.
land,are made L Mr. Barton, in rhiladel...
Mini. His, pen.finives are also of an. axed. 4 "
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