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Here shall the PRESS the People's otwarro proclaim
Unaw'd by _influence. aut u b GAIN.
rruendliy Morning, September 27, 1831:
Democratic Antb.Ma sonic Nomination !
John McLean, of Ohio.
Richard Rush, of Penn.
From the Patriot of Saturday last.
FLOUR, Howard-Bt.—Sales of TIDO brio. have
been made this week for_export at $5 75 per hr.!.
and this price is uniformly the rate to-day. The
wagon price since last report up to to-day incluSive
has been without variation at 5 62i per brl. --
WHEAT.—SaIes of the best red have been
made to-day al.lOB, and a cargo of 2100 bush. was
taken at 1 10 per bushel. . . Prime .parcels would
continue to command 1 08 to-day, and some think
a cent or two more. One parcel of rod, for seed,
was sold yesterday at 1 15. Sales of white wheat
have ranged from 1 10 to 1 20 per bushel, accord.
ing to quality.
CORN.—The market opened on Monday at 50,
51 and 52 cents per bushel for both sorts, and has
• since been griidually improving untilyesterday in.
elusive, when sales of both sorts were made at 55
cents, and - in one or two instances at 56 cents for
yellow. To-day the market is extremely dull,
and no buyers appearing. As we cannot give ac.
curate quotations to-day, we prefer to omit them.
ItYE.—A cargo of heavy Pennsylvania was
sold on Thursday at 70 cents per bushel. Sales
of Maryland have been g made at 65 to 68 cents, as
in quality, and we quote accordingly.
OATS.—Sales of several loads to-day at 33 to
35 cents per bushel.
CLOVER SEED.—Sales of good have been
made at $5 per bushel; some parcels are now held
at $5 50.
WHISKEY.—The wagon price of brls. is • en
tr.pers iiii,42telusive of the barrel;
and the store price is 35 cents: •
Off' We have received the advertisement
of the Alum., a well• conducted literary pub
lication, printed at Philadelphia. Owing to
a press of other matter, we shall not be able
to invert it for - two-or - three weeks.
ASSESSSORS AND INSPECTORS
Our fr?ends will bear in min'
next is the day to select Assessor'sand.lnspec
tors for each township; and ihatthoki — vrelee-
ted - thisfalli - witt - be the men on whom will
devolve the duty of making the triennial
assessment, on which Gov. Wolf's Tim
will be levied. Let them 'therefore select
and support for Assessors, men in whom they)
can place. full confidence—men who will
neither abuse their office, nor use it to the
disadvantage of individuals." The Laneas..
ter Herald makes the following pertinent
remarks on this subject:—
"AssEssons.—The duty of making the
triemitd -- a - ssessTrient wilt devolve - upon the
Assessors'elected this fall. When, therefore,
it is remembered that. they are required to
inspect every man's private alairs, and to
es r ate therra ne o his er onal ro, •rt
. •ry.. • .crtpttonyt EPPAX - PAYERS 8110Uld
See that none but competent and proper men
are settled for the office. They should see
That no " ' PAUL PRY." ready_lo_zun bout th
country and tell how much this man owes
and how much that man is worth, be elected.
urines['`; • • : ravagance. o -masonic e
gislatures and executives, are in all con.
." science,--sufficieni, without being subject to
such grievous evils.
Turn out, therefore, farmers of this
county; and elect Assessors who are honora
ble and honest—men who are not sworn to
derange your business and traduce your
'character, for your opposition to the bloody
charity of masonry.
..THE TICKET.—The ticket settled by
the unanimous votes Of our delegates, is con.
tidered fur superior, in point - Ortalentili . and
Republican principles, to the one settled by
the followers of the Lodge. From a little
excursion last vteek into the country, we re,
turn fully persuaded that all opposition', in
. whatever guise - it may appear:to the people's
ticket Will be in vain. It will receive the
vote or every truo and genuine Republican
Anti.mason. "Principles, not Men," is our
motto; and to iewe will strictly in
~,.defianee of private prejudice, or personal
Irievance. And the ticket, the whole ticket,
• will receive the undivided support of every
membei- of the Anti.niasonic party.
At the last ,session of the Court of Quar
ter Sessions for Adams County, Jacob Le.
fever, the Masonic Editor, was indicted for
a' malicious libel upon T. Stevens, Esq.—
Mr. Stevens being under the impression that
he would shell& himself under the excuse
that he could talt give the truth in evidence,.
offered some time before the session, to al
low Lefever to avail himself of his capability
to provesmy facts to the utmost r whichmieht
• he.,,leetned important inthe proceedings, de. '
THE APPROACHING ELECTION. diving, that Ite, i nd net exert the privilege'
The fall, election (says the Orleans Tele- which the law . hint,. to exclude such
graph,) is again near at hand. The enemy evidence. 'Mr. Lefever• however did not
of Freedom "dour rights and liberties, icen .a ttempt to
hopeless ease, sa g m i tte a p rove any thum . buresteeming it
i t to u . n.
mammy, son the alert.. ' Let no not! sloop - who sentenced higi to pay a fine 01.614 and
is Mooed to her secret: lie • impriscsiedi for three , , months. Grand
midnisht flottings,' and to Irr l ft endish natter Wolf however, .could: not do without
. . '.. i t g 1 . . . . , .
manacles, with which she binds her v : rb4i'
to aid and assist each other in executi" her
mandates "right or wrong," . even at the 7c.•
pense of liberty and Jiro. Recollect that
thii3 enemy is yet stained with the unavenged
• •.. • . iluthur freeimiu- - th ...lncol i
is still felt in our Legislative halls, on the
beneli, in the jury box—and that the arm of
'Che rum- has been paralizedby her Unhallo
wed influence, and Justice made to _weep over
her unpunished and unpunislcable crimes.
This enemy, although overpowered and van
where her depredations were so open and
daring as to wake up and array against her
the, spirit of 16, still lives and lurks like the
'ntidnightaissaiiii - Tin; her dark and secret
dens, ready to take advantage of every oc
casion that may offer to, strengthen her Un
holy eitadel, and to usurp over every free
man, not leagued in, her support, unlawful
power. FreemaSonry still claims the right
to violate all law, human and divine, in the
support of her government and in the pro
tection of her votaries. With so bitter an
enemy to contend with, it becomes you to
stand Afirth - in unbroken phalanx and man
fully defend our — country's rights at the ap
proaching onset: Let no advantage be gain
ed over yott by your insidious. foe: The
harlot must be met at every avenue . ; and
driven from every hiding place. You are
not alone in your noble exertions: Thousands
of generous and patriotic hearts throughout
the Republic are with you. All who scorn
to be hoe .winked, haltered, and .bound, and
who detest the venal and loathsome practices
of her lodge room, are rallying around the
standard . of A n tunas onry. •
Fellow-Citizens ! See that vou suffer not
an enemy, transplanted to your shore and
fostered by a kingly government, to trample
with impunity . on your dear bought rights,
and exultingly triumph in the destruction of
your liberties. Let your noble and manly
'conduct show to the world that this is still
the land of the "brave and free," that where
and that you will ever guard her sacred
portals'against the encroachments of every
()F-We are gratified to find that the Edi
tor of the Taneytown (Md.) "Regulator" is
independent enough _ta_give_his readers -an
Anti-Masonic article now and then. Go on.
For the Star.
To "AN ANTLMASON" in the Star of
September 20, 1831.
SIR—To yol&r enquiry, "whether I was,
or was not tampered - Witti, — Wileiripiitifirthe
Jury-room, at the last-August Term, by an
Ex-Commissioner, on the subject of a eel.-
Min indictment," &c. &c. I answer prompt
ly, that I have no recollection ofhokling any
conversation with an Ex.:commissioner, or
any other person, out of the Jury-room i 'dh
the subject of any Bill of Indictment * then
pending, or expected to be pending before
the _Grand Jury. Consequently, did not,
and could not, act under the influence ofthat
which I did not know to exist; nor am I sen
sible that I exercised 'any authority over my
fellow jurorswhich is not usually conceded
to the forenian—administering oaths to the
witnesses—nor am I by principle or consti
tution, a fit subject for such tampering.
(155 towns) . for Governor stands dius:--
PALXER, (Anti-Masonic) 12,288; ALLEN,
( National Republican) 10,418 ; MEEcn
gent at 'men Bay the Senate refused to
confirm, has not been appointed sub-agent
as was reported,. but writes himselfilown as-
"United States' Agent for the purpose of
communicating to the Menominee nation of
Indians certain arrangements- entered. into
at the city of Washington, between the . U.
States and the representative , o( the Meno
minee tribe,- and of delivering presents to
the amount of five thousand dollars to the
said tribe, in pursuance of an article of agree
meat concluded. on the 15th of March."--
Whew! what a long tail our puss has! The
official titles-of the Persian Schah-are scarce
ly half so long. But long. as his title is, we
suspect his bill will be longer still; and still
longer will it-be before all arrearages are
settled and the accounts fmally
Lgacairter Examiner. •
two _o'clock, the Dutch formed themselves
in line for battle, and at: four, attacked the
Belgic army near Louvain.. The Dutch
opened upon them in three' columns; the
Belgians instantly took to flight; they threw
away their caps and arms, and tried to outdo
each. other in running; by six o'clock „the
field ofbattle was clear,, and the Dutch mas
ters of the whole of Belgium.
The French , troops who have been lying
at Halle and Waterloo, entered Brussels,
thelN . vo princes, about two o'clock._.
The Belgians have to thank the French for
the safety of Brussels—the Dutch could have
entered h when they pleaieed,
Brussels, August 14.--The convention
concluded yesterday, is carried into execu
to-day. The Dutch troops retire on two
roaus, Ferlemont and Diest. -Six days are
Necessary for them to regain their frontiers.
A part of the French army will follow them
POLAND'AtAIkir accounts from Warsaw,
daied 2.901 July, it appears that the. utmost
haiiiieny and union prevail in that city—
that the most judicious militaryplans have
been taken, ivhiChcare kept a pro found secret'
—and the Most patriotic resistance will be
made by' every Pole to the Russian hordes.
DIED, 1 •
On Wednesday last, Mrs: 8171
Ktrzinr.t.sa, arife•of Mr. Nvid Kitankiller of this
borough e in the 26th year of her:age.
On the 15th inst. Mrs.. ELareschr..FEnn, relict
of Mr: Valentine fehj r ef Mettallen .townthig, In
the 80th year of her age..
Op, 'the lath inst. Mr. ceallyreftnta ni‘of
tide aunty, in the 85th yeai OF aim ;
•At 'Elizabeth ?mace, Larkeotir County Af r .
Couna'n, in the 47th year of lit; age,
ins services t so meat ths.:elgetion, and has
according,ly released him from Jail.
Latest Foielgn Attys.
t: • ' at-Ne - ovit-
and 'Paris pariirsio the - 16th of Augnst, have
ken received. ~-
It will be seetrthat •the French kinc , has
interfored - effectually -- between Hulltind 7.-- and
Belgium; the Belgians having proved
incompetent to protect themselves. The
proceedings of the French governinent seem
to have been fully approved by that of En r!.
_=.4 4 a - th - e - Aciaaritates - , it. appears,-
mer Perier and his colleagues were still in
office—no new w cabinet having beewthr •
There-is little that is interesting from any
other quarter. The Russian forces were
collecting about Warsaw; and the British
Parliament were still occupied by the reform
Bill. • -
Fro - in the London Sun of Angus(' 6.
March of the French Army.—Events of
importance thicken on us—the die of war is
cast—and a French army of 50,000 men is
now on its march to assist the King of Bel
gium in repelling the invasion of the Dutch.
This is indeed important news, and must
lead to results of great importance.
kappears that on Thursday night, intelli
free had been received at Paris of the
Ana having brokeh the armistice, and
conimenced immediate hostilities, by the
capfure of some oethe Belgian towns. Near-
ly at the same time an expressarrived from
Prince Leopold, demanding the aid of the
French army to preserve the neutrality of
Belgium, and to repel the Dutch. The
French king immediately convoked a Coun
cil, at which M. Perrier and all the late
Ministry attended. It was resolved that
-Gem .Girard, - atthe - head - of --- 50 - ;000 - FrenCh
troops, should immediately march to the
aid of the King of Belgium.
From the Chronicle of - the 13th qf August.
ROUTE or ,TIIE ARMY OF THE MEUSE.
BRUSSELS, Tuesday night, eleven o'clock.
The news has reached. this city of the total
rout oft& Belgian army of the Meuse.
This corps, under the command of Gener
al Daine was attacked by. surprise, near
Hass . let, yesterday morning -about eleven•
o'clock, by the Dutch army,and, after a short
resistance, the Belgian cavalry fled, break
th 'nab tbe infaroty r and scatteri4g4he
crow sof Civic Guards. The routed army
lied towards _Liege, where they arrived in
the.. utmost_disorder, nnitin the-stmets-tkey
bivouacked last night, crying out "Treason!"
and uttering execrations. Gen. Daine also
escaped to Liege, accompanied by a few of.
leaving his ammunition and baggage
in the hands of the Dutch.
- - Tire - Dateh: have turned their attention
towards Louvain, whisker Leopold has re
moved his head quarters.
The greatest praise is due to king Leo
pold for his coolness and presence of mind.
By his remaining and concentrating his lit
tle army of 18,000 men at Louvain, he has
He• has not
From the London Times of August 11.
The Brussels papers of Saturday, which
we received last night, gives us details of the
progress of the war between the Belgians
and the Dutch, and we are happy to . say,-an
account of orders from the Hague, which
must lead to its determination.
A Fivnch Cabinet Messenger arrived' at
Brussels from the Hague on the 11th,
Thursday with dispatches, announcing that
the Dutch troops had orders to retire before
the French, and to return within their fron
tier— - The Dutch Government repaven,,.,
itself as having taken this step, from co, 1.
erinog the French army as the instrument o
the London conference, and from having a
-greed to submit to the award - of the Powers
Amb - for at Brussels would of course
communicate this grateful intelligence to
Marshal Gerard, -the Commander-in-C
the French army.
Brussels, August 12.—This city was
On the morning of the 13th inst. by the Rev: R.
S. Grier, the Rev. JAmits G; BRECKENRIDGE, of
Cumberland township, to Miss SACtit- M•ICEic,
daughter of M aj. Thom M'Kee,of Liberty township
On the Bth inst. by ETPRINT ER J. Herbst..a
Mr. DAVID' KOOWLY LO Mite ELIZABETR SANDRA/4
On the Ist inst. by the.Rov. 1). Gottwait, "Mr.
JOHN MILLER to Miss SIISANNA CIIRONUTER, both
of Reading township.
_ -Onthe I9th inst. by the - rame, - Mr: - Joitm . Gon - - -
tiZR to MISS MARGARET STEPHENS, daughter of
Thomas Stephens, Esq. all ,of Petersburg, (York
On 9undny - llth inst. by the Rev. J. Ruthreufr,
Mr. WILLIAM BIETIL to Miss LYDIA Realm, both
At the solicitation of many of my,friends
have been induced to offer myself as a
Candidate for the Assembly at the ensuing
Itlection—lf the Public think proper to sup.
port-- me- for. - the above office, - it shall be
thankfully received by their huinble servant.
W ILL -be sold at public sale,'on Tues
day the 18th of October next, at- the
house of the subscriber in Franklin town
ship, the following property, viz:
2 IILOR'AIES GEARS,
HOG'S IV SHEE,FiI
40 head of Cattle—some of which
1 PLANTATION WAGON,
PLOUGHS 4 , HARROWS, and other
Farming Utensils—Hay by the ton; Straw
by the bundle; 1 Windmill;_i, Stove, with
Pipe; Household and Kitchen Furniture
too tedious to mention.
--Safe - to culimieneo at ICr o'crock A. 3t. on
said day, when attendance and credit will
be-given by , ' '
September, 27, 1831. It-25
- NEW STORE.
T HE subscribers . respectfully inform
their friends and the public generally,
that they will open a NEW STORE at
!he house No.l, in Munnasburg, on tlie-4th
day of October next,. where they will , keep
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF -
"k ocenes f
' , 7.1,--i.,Queengleare.
- 11 - ,
Which they will sell cussalfor CASH, or
trade for COUNTRY PRODUCE.
September 27,1831. tf-25
SIX CENTS REWARD,
ANA WAY from the 'sulocrilitif,
ing in Tyrone
,township, Adams co.,
on the 14th of August last, an. indented ap.
drentice to the farming business . , named
IOHN__NEWMAN. The above reward
will be given for said boy if delivered to the
subscriber. AH persons are cautioned a
gainst harboring said apprentice.
September 27, 1831. 4w-25
OFFERS FOR SALE,
At the old stand a few doors South of Mr.
James Gourley 's Tavern, Baltimore
A FRESH AND GNERAL. SUPPLY OP
02) 32 WOO klaJP , rik
Paints. IP Dye-Sttglio.
AMONG "'RICH, ARE THE FOLLOWING:
MITGS -- & -- 111EDICINEIL=
Acid Sulphuric Mnatard Ekled
N' Nitric — Nutmeg "Muriatia QM,
— 'l"FtinisTi ---
.. it.: , s -- - - -
Balsam Copaiva , " Mint
Borax crude and rirfmeil " Juniper
Blue Pill Opium •
Carb Ferri, Rhubarb
" Ammonia Red Prticipitahr •
" Magnesia , Snake Root
Calomel , Sarsaparilla.
Cream Tartar Sal Ammonia..
Camphor ' ' Salts Epsom
Cal dined Magnesia " Glaubee
Mot. Sulphur • • gonna •
Gum Punic - Tartar Emathr
Arabic Venice Turpentine'
" Draggoit . Varnish Copal
Manna " Black *if
1 - • PAINTS: -
White Lead Terra Ds Sienna
Red Lead Chrome Yellow'
• Spanish Brews. ' 4 ' Gress.
Venetian Red -, Rose Pink
Litharge ' • ' jrnifisjOin Blue'
Burnt Uniber • ikeunpblack • ' •
DYE STITFF,S. - •
LegwoOd chipped Indigo
Fustic Red Saunders
Camwopd. Red Tartar
Tutinefie &c. &c. &e. •
- Drops ' Medicamenturn
Balsiun be Malt& Whites Toothache - drept
" of Life, • Golden Tincture
British Oil • Pills • Lee's- --- -
-Cephalic, Snuff " i pyot's
Elixir ParegOrie " - Lyon's
" Vitriol • . " Fisher's
Eye water " Hooper's
Essence Cinnamon . " Anderson's ' '
- " Peppermint " Quinine'.
' 64 Lemon
~ \ Opodekloa •
dedfreys Cordial r • . 4v.• *e. 4.6".•
itrThe - abOvel articles he will self as
low for cash, as can be had• at any Tither
shop in the . place.. \ n -
September 20; 1031... \,
' " Cinnamon
TO My CRE ORS.
K E NOTICE, that--1 - hue applied
to the Judges of the,Coart of Common
Pleas of, Adams county, for the. *mat or
the Insolvent - laws, an .w
lave appointed Monday --the-terth of ;cor
vernber nKrt, for the hearitrg of me and my
creditors, at the Court-house in the bOrOuth
of - o,e tysterg; - vittiii anend
you think proper.
-` ) September 27,4831 w 4w-25
T — EttUrol i• • a.' Kll MA
Robert Sniith, 'Preaffeirof - tAtzllor
rough of Gettysburg: INIL,
1825,Ju1y 29. To cash ofS.S..King.r.sq• / 3 , 06.
flurgess,-for Licenses to Players, c
To do do 2
0 Sept. S. To Duplicate of borough tax i
• - tbr 1825; to James Gourley, ,
Due R..Sulith, Treasurer, Juni 34826, 17,131
.1...;..,....' .- - .7
1825, April 29. By balance last settremeti22,l3e
Dec. 23, by cash paid J. &Maher
eon, Treasurer Water Company,
1826, June 2. By order on Andrew Star- 9.22
nor, and interest,
By outstanding borough tax., , James Dive
Gourley'S duplicate, •
Clerk and Treaaures's Feet, 25,00 1
Robert Smith, Treaserer-of As 80.
rough of Gettysburg, DR.
1826,June 3, To outstanding tax in hands tAt i m e
of James Gourley, Collector, "'"
1827,Ju1y 27. Reed ofßot.S. Schmuck. 168,00
er for 8 shares - Water Stock;
June 30.. Te Duplicate in hands of } 6 18,00
C. Chritzman, Collector,
1826,3un 3. By balant.e'on settfemehte 17,1 01L 3i
Aug. 15. By cash paid John Smith / 37;
for work at Engine,
-• " 19. By do pawl David Little 31
" Oct. 2. do tuuc Jordon,. OS
" Nov. 4. do Joseph 'Wharfity 3,00
Dec. , 23. do Adam Swope, 3,00 ,
1827; May 31. do Leonard - Mk -- TAY
" July 7. . do George - Kerr, --
"I 11. do E. 111111111/14, 10,00
" " 24. do John Garvin, 23,00
14 II 26. do Thos. Bringrossi,- 4,00
" 9. doB. Gilbert, Commit- SAO
do S. Macfiwiatie- - 740::_11;011 --
" 27.. _ do John Garvin ' , ABA
" Sept. 24.• do Francis. Kelfyi 093
" Nov. 10. •do E. Hanaway, .9,00
" 16. do Geo. Smyeery
" Dec. 15. do John Miller. aue
1828iMerch18.• do Geo. Weleby • 400,00
" May 5. By outstanding Tax in haadw ijg 4,6
of James Gourley, _
Do do C. Chriterrien,. 130,511
• Du do Jacob Sander,4l,so
Clerk int' TreasurerWria fort itra r rey AUX
By balance, .. 3,94
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CONTENTS OF TEE SEPTEMtEIt NO.
Shipwreck off Fort Itour,.Calaia, with ui
graving --original. Lady Julia, orthe Inconatan.,
cy of Woman—original. Reminiecencesoflndii
—original. A Fragment. Closing scenes of Life,,
The Fortune Hunter—original. Sketches of an
old MS, No. 11. Liberty and Reeollstieiss-441,"
Standard Novehi, The Preeident's Amm o
Washington, D. C,with an engraving, The IfOrlrer
- • e. -- -Whielte rt. 0 -
Litiret London aahioni t Wow ,
tiated with six wood myelin a. Newest Put
_' •. '. • . o "omen. ' y
on Detraction, The Moon, The Hon., • '
our engrav ing . Agar icus Burred.:
it raving, i cligions
B log ra . p!ii of togpookyaluitir.,_
triiiiMno, Philosophy of Sothidire___
PQETRY.---To the Youths-end- Maidetup-44.
Sabbath Eve--original.- To Miss
L---, —original. The Stranger. To eFrisadv
inviting him to supper—original. , The Wail of
the r Tyroloriginal. The Burp of she Heart--
original. Conscience.- Field MershaltDiebitsch.•
Psalm, by John Q.- kplame v Esq. SirnieL. N.,
July--..original.. Calvin. , To Laura. Eitaszu r
by St. George Tucker,,El4. Summer r , wi a ant
—original:- The Seminole loier-i-onipriali• The
Stratiger4-eriginat. London Lyrics. , Stamme r
by Mrs. H Mussy.. Song of aGreek Wanders iss
Exile, by Mrs. Memane--set to music.
113 - Subseriptions received thieOiriee.
September 27 ; Nate
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CONTENTS,--The Reeonelliation„ with
Engraving. Elasticity of Feathers, The Ghost
of Kilsheilltn. Nature. ,Enibroider) for Head .
Dresses, illustrated. I• wander,.Love, Stamm,. •
by Wain Ketmeclay. Frances Burka. ' tfines
to an Infant The
_Three Homes. Croak ,
f a Dowager.teauiy. Origin of Amapa, ,
pers. Painting, illustrated.' •My Nei Lodging,.
Fairy Rings. How to Live. Btannek by• - tordt
Byron. Village Bells. • The Ointments! Artist,
illustrated.. The effectsofClanship. 9itaues s er
• the Sierra Morena, Pride.. Litest. Lciltdow
Fashione r illustratad, Fortiwoll.. Lois anfilbrit"
The Pilgrimage to Glen Ora, Religion, Mani.
miny.-. Miss Landon, ,Lord Chesterfield, gnaw/
Females. Amusement for La' hijuries, , The , -
Recall.- Youthful Aspirations.% The' UnirtaiihniP
The Moon ha* ',waning. Vertante.,. ?be tbelilib t -
Mother. Bong Ti. Gatherer. Musings. ,
of allutterilyalseet Transfiarmatieos.
,London PashlWilor'August.' Enthral • A
trate& Thit Mit& itiasstrietiliilltisi
Here do we meet, rot to Mush),