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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_«_1_« lV_¥iWA_.RO OANAWY from the Sttbecriber, liviog •*••' near Taneytown, Frederick CO. Md. on the 21st of May last, a negro man named

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_VV_^BIAC _^ A_.Ii¥i Containing 28 Acres, adjoining lands oi _TTN pursuance of an order of the Orphans ' •* Court of Adams county, will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, On Saturday the 20th of August next, John Collins and others. Likewise a Lot of Ground in the town of Heidlersburg No. 3ft, in Tyrone, township, Adams county; all the estate of _ArthurJJJickel_, deceased. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. on" the first described lot, and the last described lot at 3 o'clock P. M. on s»_fd dav. WILLIAM NICKEL, Adm'r. May 31, 1831. ts—8 LIST OF LETTERS ¦ > EMAINING in the Post-OHice at Get •*-•' tysburg, Adams co. Pa. July 1,1831 B M—continuod. Jacob Bear Pctor _Moritz 2 Andiow Bott • Jacob Moals GoorgO Boll John A. Millor Benjamin Bayly John Millor George Boyers 2 " Charles M'lntyro John Barrett Pcler Marks Rov. James G. Brack- Sophia Mark onridgo Jolin M'Goy Robert Bryns " Jacob _Mairing Win. Betty Hugh M'llhenny " Tob"ias~_Bdye' r' N Margaret Brook ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

THE WEAVIL It is well understood by all naturalists, that the winged species undergo three states —first the eggs is hatched into a worm"— next the _wofan exudes a sort of fluid from its surface, which hardens into a shell, encasing the animal, and constituting the chrysalis state—and last it passes from this state during which it k maturing its wings, f eet, &c» into the condition of a fly, when it "takes wings and flies away" to its business or its pleasures. Those who have been in the habit of keeping silk worms for their amusement or profit,, will have noticed these various metamorphoses, which ore almost as surprising as those which are related in the beautiful strains of Ovid—there Daphne is changed into a laurel—-and here we have an ugly__and inert worm suddenly changed inta a beautiful butterfly, glittering with all the hues of the rainbow, .and frolicking with more than the vivacity of a child. In the silk-worm alone the fly is seldom on the wing. It lives but...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

THBrAnMBS . By T. G. Fkssk.nden i_*tTnonieTiijloc1i1re aifsTDlhin"TrBiilthv—Let proud fools strut in Ftale—My hands, my homestead, and my health, ¦ ' ¦ •¦¦¦ Place me above tho groat. I never fawn, nor rib, nor feign, ——— To please old Mamni6_i_»'nrir: But Independence still maintain Of all beneath tho sky. : Thus _Cincinnatus at his plough, _[ With more true g-lory shone, Than'CtBsarl wilh his lauroll'd brow, Hn-palace and his throne. "Tum'_^_Ri perplexity, and caro, ' Areboid ambition's lot; But these intruders never daro Disturb my peaceful cot. , " • Blest with fairikunpeteiice, I frnd What monarSpKver can— . Health and _tranquillity of mind, _ . Heaven's choicest gifts to man. -:®:_®:_^ _Indeprndewce of the Fahmer. Tlie merchant or manufacturer _mtay bfe robbed of tb.e reward of bis labor, by cbanges in the,,ibreign or domestic market entirely beyond his control, and may wind tip a year, Mi which he has done every thing which intelligence and industry could do to insur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

IOO AGENTS, TO PROCURE Subscriptions to the' " United States Apnculturist and Farmers' Refmrtrr," published monthly in tho city of Cincinnati, Ohio, on a lino supo ' r.royal sheet, with ologant Engravings, at tho very low price of SI per annum, in advance. . This papor appears to moot tho approbation oft all who have examinod it, and a groat number of tour most colebratod agriculturists havo recommended it in very flattering terms. Tho plan upon which it is conducted is now—but it has ua. iure-fer ite-bftsi_»r and-r«««o«-tbr it* tmt>_erstrHetijrev Soveral competent nion are eonwtantly travel_, ing through different sections of the United States to call on the best _Farmos and Planters, for tho purpose of obtaininglinforumtion upon tho various These persons transmit their report to tho Editor, lty—whieh—we-tettrn tho fan_»mni_>-m-dtri' t*rent g eetions, and obtain much valuable information which might othewise. lw-ilormmit.- --¦<¦ Tins la (.he.cheapest pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

machine to 'farmers, we think, must rank it as su|>erior toothers,now in use, combining as it does, in one machine, facilities for. so many departments of labor by a simple _cImnge of apparatus. Since the first trial of this valuable improvement, which we had the pleasure of viewing, we understand, that in presence of a number of witnesses, with only three persons to attend the machine, oats were threshed at the rate of sixty bushels to the hour, or 1 bushel a minute; wheat and oats are threshed perfectly clean. This machine is only two feet in width, and will be warranted to thresh as fast as _anj other niachine of itssi_:tej_with less horse power. The whole machine is_^fa simple construction, strong and durable, and can be afforded complete for about the same price'that the common kind of.machines fori-hreshing grnirFalone _afcTsoId. ~P ~~ ~ That part for threshing-grain can be afforded considerably less than any ottered for sale in this country of good quality; no machin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

GETTYSBURG MARKET AN ORDINANCE. Supplementary to' an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance for the regulation of the Market in Gettysburg" passed the 1th day of March, _[ 831: Section 1st.—Be it ordainod by the Town Council ot*_tlie BnVough of _Gettysburg, and it is horeby ordained by tho authority or tlie same, _SThat the hour of closing the Market _^ hall be SEVEN ©'CLOCK in the _mooring of eaqli Market Day _duringjjthe months of May, June, July, and August—any thing contained in the ordinance to which this is supplementary to the contrary, notwith&turiding. , / -Suction 2d.—And'biJitiurtheT_^ifdamedrTRat if any _person or= porBons, other than those who rent stalfs-in the public Market House, shall sell, or expose to sale, at any place within the limits of tho Borough of Gettysburg, and at any time within Market Hours, any kind of meat, other than salted and dried moat,. by a loss quantity than One Quarter of a Carcass—-he, she, or they, so offending, and being thereof l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

THE EAGLE HOTEL _wellltnown ' _/ ¦ ta_^_toihi feTJfc*™ , _JWwK EAGJME _2_£<&&ft«^ HOTEL, _npiIE undersigned resp&ctfully informs ¦*• his old friends and; customers, and th& public in general, that he has _takeniliat Situate on the corner of Baltimore and Middle streets, ' formerly "occupied by Mr. II. Ciii_.HKriT. The house is large and convgnjejtt• _. HLs Bar-is. wiJl. _sLocked with the best of Liquors, and his Table will always lie; furnished with the best the market can aflord. The stabling is good and roomy, and.attended b y an attentive Hostler. Travellers and others are assured, that he will use every exertion in his power to riMidor both Man and Horso. comfortable. PHILIP HEAGY. April _d, 1831. tf—52

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

Advertisements, DOGT. S. XME. TUDOR, _J _^ kFFERS his Professional services to the _^-_^ public generally, and can always ( _jie _fourld at his father's residence, at the house formerly occupied by James Morrisson, within one mile and a half of Hampton. Fair Mount, June 14, 1831. tf—10 Pennsylvania Telegraph. The holders of subscription pnpersfor tho Pennsylvania Telegraph, (except in Lancaster county,) are requested to forward the names of the patrons received, to the subscriber, at Harrisburg, Pa. as soon as possible, to meet the arrangements now making for the immediate issue of the paper. THEO. FENN. Tuly5, 183L 4t—13

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

POTTER'S Vj_^CTETrXUXTET C A_^ " H7)XT(rON ADVERTISEMENT. ¦Th e' unrivalled and extejisive reputation acquired by this medicine for the last fipe_, years, both in Hospital and private practice, demands from the _proprietor hisgruHcful acknoxDlodjgmetUs to a_^lis<;erning public. Potter's Yqgotable Catholicon is offered for the cuie or Diseases of tho Liver, Ulcerated $Sre . Throat, Debility resulting from Intemperance ' and Dissipation, Scrofula or King's Evil; Old , - and' Inveterate- Ulcers, Pain' s in the Bone 's * 'Rheumatism, Dyspepsia or Indigostion, Dis-• _oasos of ihe-Lururs, Syphilis, _HlottlTos on the " Faco and _Sfcki, _Wlu t_^ _Swelling pf/th» Joints, 'fetter, MbrcuriaT _disOTscs_^_Pilcsj,-J igb| &c. Th& Cfttliplicon _^ consists extfjuiively _pf vegetable matter, _^nd witB a-nliglit determination _1o th_^bqwels, wliichr *it fpreseryee ' ¦ ¦¦ • ¦ " ¦ . --\r- _- *\iVL- _« . _- :-si« _-' -" _-\ in a soluble state, acts insensibly, is pleasant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

LIST OF _LETTERS •W_3EMAINING in tho Post Office-at *•¦ ' York Spring, Adams county Pa. on the-fifsrof JulyrTSat; _" "• " *=¦ Wm.R. Baker Richard Hammand Elizabeth Beals '_^_Jftnathan Miller John Duffield Charles Mitman Anthony Dcardorff Henry Moadorff _^: _ "GtoTgtrDiem -David-Myers, Esq. Margery Donahay Jane Ann Neely. Christian Dcardorff Hon. Richard Rush David Kicker John B. Smith Philip Group Amy Wierman Phebe Griest Burkhart Warner Peter Grist, 2 Gen. Sam'l White, 2 Rebecca Griest Samuel Zcigler HERMAN WIER_,¥AN. P. M. July 5, 1831 . ' - 4t—13

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_rWIHE Proprietor of the "United States' -*¦ Agriculturist tOf Farmers' Reporter," will act as Agent in procuring suliscriptions for those publishers oljj_^v's))apcra.MdiQ->vIll 4_^ iyc-theiia advortisementH a few insertions, and transmit a copy of their _paj>er to the "-Farmers' Koportw." The said papers when received, will bo placed in a reading room in this city, whero they will bo constantly open for exhibition. Thc_J *rTtlivr_> ropriotor'a name, price, and place of publication, of each will be printed and sent to every Stato in the Uhidn, by the Agents omployed for the " United States' Agriculturist." These advantages afford ¦greater fucilitios, perhaps, for circulating papers than any hitherto presented. The agency for any paper will commence on tho _Totsoirit""<rf-tho 'first number of the same, and continue as long- as tho publication is sent to the ".Farmers' Reporter."—'Die expense of inserting these advertisements, and of furnishing'a copy of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

LOOK AT THIS! Igj_^ -pQRTBE LAST TIDIB W fZ&>..- ' _-_? I call on all those indebted to. me, either by bond, note or book account_^ to come forward and make settleftjent—IM this notice has no niore effect than my for mer notice, those indebted will have to make seUtemejpt with persons who _vtflladd COSTS to th_^ir visits. ' . _'_,• • ' - v.- ', .' JAMES A. THOMPSON. _: April'27, 183_J..., _v ¦v -: " t_^ :¦ -/¦:_\" ''¦ " ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦¦¦ _*- •¦ _- ' **• ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦; ¦ •¦ :-¦*¦ ' _' :_Ti -: _$:_* ' _*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

CUMBERLAND HOT The undersigned respectfully makes known to the public, THAT HE HAS TAKEN THAT WELL KNOWN Situate at the south end of Gettysburg, 00 thoJtialtimore turnpike, called the "CUMBERLAND 1NN « " where Travellers, Drovers;"Wagoners, &c can be at all times aceonTmodatqd, and eve_.fyexertion " made by himself and family to render satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. , : -*! J. HARBAUGH. May. 24, 1831. tf—7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

FASHIONABLE WORK wnr<; wh,i.*vah«_aat _eoval, ik not SJ'PKRIOK, TO ANY ITT'Tin: ' 1'I.ACK. Ho keeps on hand' a general and extensive ASSORTMENT OI' FURNITURE, OF ALt KtlNUS, And of a quality which he only asks an. c.\- mination to pronounce .superior. (ttrCOFFINS' made at tho shortest notice.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

POTATO PUDDING, OR CAKE Peel, boil, and mash two pounds of potatoes; beat them up intoa smooth batter, with about three quarters, of a pint of milk, two-ounees-ofmoist-sugarrand two or three beaten eggs. Bake it about three quarters of an hour. Three ounces of currants or raisins may be added. If you leave out the milk, and add three ounces of butter, it will make a very nice cake.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

Bread pudding Make a pint of bread '"" crumb' s; put them in a stewpan with as much milk as will cover them; add the peel of a lemon, a little nutmeg grated, and a small piece of cinnamon; boil about ten . "minutes; sweeten with pqwdered'lpaf-sugar; take out the cinnamon, and put in four eggs; beat all well together; and bake ihalf an hour, or boil rather more than an hour. _^,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

A NEW _AfACHINE , For _TKrahing _Graitt i _StittyingJCorni and GrihdingApple*. _^ "We had the pleasure a few weeks sinoe of-witnessing the operation of a machine ifor..the-Mipye purposes '', invented by _Air. AlonskoXTSmith, of Weedsport_, C_^yugu !<_&; _^bt labor-saving ;|»r_^p_<Brties v of this ; ; - . :_^ .. > ,;•: " ¦• ¦ •; :Vv_J i ; - ¦ ¦ ¦ . ' .;• •-_' . ¦¦ _* ¦ ¦ "¦ - .. •¦ , ¦ _: " .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

TO TURNERS A SOBER, STEADY JOURNEYMAN TURNER wantod ' immediately —to whom constant work ami liberal wages will bo given if apukcutioit !«' - t»adc s«on. « _«_%_*. VI-D- -H-EAGY. June 7, 1831. tf—9 To _Publisher of Newspapers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

DAVID K£AGY_, C A &I N"S T- MA SI 3 P., ._liM _PECTFljLLY.inlbrrns hisft-jends ¦ and customers &, the public yofmrally_, THAT HE STHX CONT1_KUK8 TO _CAHUV ON HIS BliSINK._SH, IN WKST YORK STBEKT ' , And is prepared tc_^B_^_ociite__tha-noa.test ami-most

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