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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

HON. _niCIIARD RUSH. "Wo this week present our renders with tho in-' tfirostingcorrOKpor.derieb between tlio AntimasonicCnminittfleof York county, mid the Hf,n. liicu- ,, . aiu>|Rukh, lute Secretary oflliGjTroturory. It istht>_ most attractive and convincing' argument which wo recolloct to hnvo neon on- ftfiat subject. It is the production ofa ripe scholar, abie rcasonor, and profound statesman. It ia tho omanulion of a groat mind, giving rent to tho _awiikoneil feelings of virtuous ' patriotism; _souring above tho venial considerations ol'temporary popularity ;for the Bake of his country, bidding1 defiance to the _sliafts of calumny, and baring _liin bosom to tho arrows of Masonic vengeance. Although tho loiter is long, yet none, who sincerely hunger and thirst after _TuijTii, will find it tedious. Its _eltasle style, and fervid ardor, warm from a virtuous hoart_, rivit thw attention, and command the judgment. Wo can hardly believe it possible for any intelligent _u...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

THINGS AS THEY ARE. The postage paid by the state of Pennsylvania for letters received .and sent during the sitting of the last legislature, amounts to four thousand eight hundred and fifty one dollars and eighty two cents. This appears to be a trifling.sum for the state of Pennsylvania; but it must be recollected that the state is paying large sums of money for interest on loans already contracted, and that the above sum would have paid the interest on more than 80,000 dollars for one year. The Masonic party had a large majority hi the last legislature, and of course this waste of the people's money must be put to their account. THING _ S _ AS _ THEY OUGHT TO BE. Messrs. HVSherry & Marshall, inemEers from Adams county, paid their own postage out of their own pockets. Both those gent_4_emer_^^_Jelon_^-t_©-thJG-2_lQZiLL[^_I_^_l_^^ party, and ifthiobo takon-asnn ovidence of the operation of that party, the sooner it comes into power, the better for the people. Juriiata Gaz...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

ANTI-JN ASOX1C STAR, AND REPtBWCAJf RAWER GKTTYSBURG, PA. lVUDNRSDAY, MAY 18, 183! BALTIMORE MARKET Frointlio Patriot of Saturday last. I ¦— FfiWR—Hotcurrf_./_tfrcc/. —In (lie curly part of ; the . ivcck'tlio market whs _ralher heavy _uni] iriaclive; a lut of 300 br!s. _unsold from store :it 5 />0, and oncor two lots at _u fraction less. Subsequently, _j however, the market became stead y and more Taiiiinated, and sale.- * to sonic extent woro niado j about _tliu middlo of tho week-at 5 50 pnr hrl.;ouu parcel " of extra ' _mistaken on Wednesday at 5 75, <-u._sli. On Thursday _sale _^ s continued to bo m.ida from atoro at 5 50. To-day the market- has-assumed additional firmness, and tho holders gonorally _roruse to soil for_^ 50, "in" tho expectation of j better price*; wo heard of no sates to-day. <>« •Monday the wagon price opened at 5 25 per hrl.; on Tuesday it. rose to 5 31 . 1; and ._sineo then , until today inclusive, it has /ronerally rule...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

PUBLIC MEETING A meeting of the Democratic citizens, of Mercer county, ojjposed to the Masonic and all other Secret Societies, assembled in pur-, suance of public notice, at the Court-house in the borough of Mercer, on Tuesday the 3d mst. .„_ _. The* meeting _wasF organized by appointing Andrew Christy, Esq. President, and Charles Montgomery * Esq.- Vice-President; _William IF. 'Junkin and Josiah Ml _- Pherrin, Secretaries. ¦ The meeting was opened with prayer by the Rev. William Woods. The object of the meeting was then stated, after which an Address was read. On motion Resolved, That a Cornmittee.of three be appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of this meeting: Whereupon, Messrs.. Jonathan Smith, Robert .Stewart and Samuel Flemming, were appointed. On motion • . > Resolved, That a Delegate be sent t_6 meet the Sate Convention to be held at HarriBburgon thei25th inst.: Whereupon WILLIAM F. JUJS.KJN, waselected Wa Delegate to represent the Anti-masoQ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

1 he following renunciation of Elder Smith Rogers, we take from the Batavia Advocate. It appears that it was handed to two or three different Editors, who severally neglected to publish it, before it reached the Batavia Advocate. If there were not some Free Presses in the country what 3honlihwedoi=--JSDsftJ7rfVce Press. "Being led by the insinuations of an aspirring mind to know the secrets of thelnstitutionofFreemasonFy_+voluntiirilyJiecame. fntnnirlad in thrvp _hnmla _, _wliirh _, nfW _flno deliberation, I find to be contrary to-moral oTTsMistfarFobligatibhs. ' » "I therefore- consider it a'" _tluty I owe to God, to give public notice to tho fraternity, and my Brethren in Christ, that I do not consider thoso obligations I have taken Binding,_T 6TfhaFGod_"_csn~_lrjrok~upon-the«i with the least degreo of allowance. I do therefore freely renounce, them and consider myself entirely_^ _absolved from the same.-— Dated at Bennington, _Slst January, 1831. SMITH JtQGER&_. Sixty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

POTTER'S Ve getableCatholicon. ADVERTISEMENT. The unrivalled and _extensive reputation acquired by this medicine for the last Jive years, both in Hospital and private practice, demands from the proprietor his grateful acknowledgments to a discerning public. Potter's Vegetable Catholicon is offered for the cure of Diseases of the Liver, Uletfratcd Sore Throat, Debility resulting from Intemperance and Dissipation, Scrofula or King's Evil, Old and Inveterate Ulcers, Pains in tho Bone*, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Diseases of the Lungs, Syphilis, Blotches oh tho Face and Skin, White Swelling of tho Joints, Tetter, Mercurial diseases, Piles, <tc. &c. The Catholicon consists exclusively of vegetable matter, and with a slight determination to the howcls, which it preserves i« a soluble state,, acts insensibly, is pleasant to the taste, and requires no particular regimen or confinement. As a gentle cathartic medicine, improving theappetite and restoring the ge...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

PRICE, ONLY _^1 5O PER AN«TJM. THE public have now before them the Prospectus of a work of which Wit and Humou r, are to _constitute the principal ingredients. Tho publisher has observed the avidity which productions of simitar ' pretentions are sought aftor, _notwithstanding their leaden attempts at wit, have been disfigured by coarse vulgarity, and, too often evinced an utter disregard of decen_^j unmindful that "initfiodest words admit of no defence, For want of docency, is want of sense." Tho favorable disposition which the public have so constantly manifested towards similar attempts _loamuSeatiil entertain, has convinced the publisher that a wellconduclod and pleading melangt of Wit and _mJmour, will be extensively patron' iied. Under this improssion, he has made extensivo arrangements to _proeijre, at great cost, the best productions of a _hurnbrous nature both at homo and abroad, including _theTeomic works of Hood, Cruikshank, aiid other gcimincf_^ons of Comus_; the Lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

JUDGE McLEAN.1 Tlterci appear simultaneous indications among tho great _Republican party, in many State's of the Union, to bring out this distinguished individual as d Cnndidaib _tbr thn -noxt Prn_.iHnnny. Uni _lio Booms dcreruiinod, not liho Mr. Ci.ay, to oat and dflhk himself into power nt gluttonous drunken dinners.—Georgetown (O/iiu,) Casik'itton- A public dinner was tendered (o the Hon. John McLean, by a number ol ' tho citizens ofPhiladolp jiia, on tho lltli ult. which, in a long and handsome letter, he declined' on account of _iiis ofiicial duties.—•IlilUborough (Oliiu) Guz. On Monday lust, tho Right Hon. -Mr. . Vaikjii. a.v, tlio Minister from Gro;it Britain to the United States, being about to return to Great I!ritaiii,:ind ChahJ.es liANKiiR-Aii _. Ksri. _Secretary of Legislation was prosented by him to tlio President, us Churgo des art'airos of Great Britain, and was received by the I'residont in that capacity.—JSat. Int. HIGH-PRIESTS!! HIGH-PRIESTS! !! . _q T |^-j_^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

»lU(i _^'VOl lli . 1)11. J. GILBERT, Begs loave to _iulbrm his friend* and the public gefrar _^ aUy, that ho HAB ALWAYS-ON JlAfcttAv SUPPLY- OF TUB FOLLOWING AR T J C L E S, VIZ. Acid Muriatic * do Cubebs do Nitric do Juniper x do Oxilic do- Pennyroyal * do Sulphuric do Sassafras _^ \ do _Tiirtaric - do Amber _ilOther do Sallad Alcohol - do Sweot Alum do Wormsoed Annnltn Pearl _Aehca Antimony do Barley'"*' Arsenic Popper Balsam Copiava Precipitate Red do Sulphur Prussian Blue do Do Maltha Pumice Stonn Barks ' Patent Medicine* Bitter _Ingredionti Anderson's Pills Black Lead Bateman's Drops Blacking British Oil Bluo Vitriol Fisher's . Pills Borax _HoopperJs Pills Boxes Pill Dyott's Pills Brimstono Lee's Pills ' Brushes Paint Lyon's Pills Calomel ' God phrey's Cordial Camphor Opodeldoc Castor Potter 's Catholicon Chalk- - Golden Tincture Chrome Groen Stoughton_'s Bitten rio_.Ked Red Lead do Yellow do _Saundors Cinnamon Root Arrow . Cloves do Colombo Cochineal do Gentian Cologne W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

loihs amount of* wtyor seventy.. The aged, the venerable «nd trie grey-headed _sob*r and _^launch _democrats appeared. Men who are the bone and sinew ot the country, who know what equal rights SD d free suffrage means, and wliat it is worth, were there. : The time of industry for thefarming interest, prevented many from attending, who were busy making arrangements for planting their corn; but those who appeared were in a great measure a kind of delegation or representation of nine-tenths of their neighbors, unitod . with them in the bonds ol sentiment «md affection. 'They appeared to be of one heart and one soul in honestopposilion to Masonry. The Rev. VVm. Woods ofthe Presbyterian church, addressed the Throne of Grace; and ' afterwards, in a few remarks very appropriate, _gavo,. some solid reasons why good men _should oppose no evil an Institution as Free: masonry is. O_^Por a-number of MASONIC A V VERT1SMENfS_, taken from the N. Y. Pilot, see third column, fourth page. A tou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

_"_«O _TOCTlCMil" ONLY 5OO TICKETS!! Maryland Sfdte Lottery. No. 3, for 1831, \ To be drawn in Baltimore on the 2G/A . of May, inst. _BRILLIANT SCHEME: 1 prize of $10,000 -2 prizes of 8300 1 ' 2,000 4 100 1 1.000 8 50 1 600 100 8 1 - 400 ,2000 4 Five Tickets iro ' sureof 2 Prizes and may draw 7! Only 5,000-Tickets—Issued in Quarters. Quarters, 1 50 cadi. t ¦ TO HE HAD AT_% CLARK'S, Ar . W. corner of Galvert and Baltimore Streets, J\\ I',. Corner of Charles and Baltimore Streets, awl j\. W. corner vf Gay and Baltimore-Streets, BALTIMORE. [U'Wlioro the highest prize in the recent Stale Lotteries hus been olloncr sold than at any oilier offices I ! ! .. . . ¦ - U_^Ordcrs, either b y mail (postpaid) or private conveyance, enclosing tho cash for prizes, will meet tho same prompt and punctual attention, as if on personal application. Address to JOHNQLAMC, Lottery yonderjJUaltJmoro May 78,1831. • td_^^2-U

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

qABFE * . , PHILADELiPHIA, _pi _arcli 2S_«h, 1829. Dear-Sir_^-After many but ineffectual .trials to relieve myself from a most severs and distressingattack of dyspepsia, I have been completely curod by the use ot, to me, your invaluable Catholicon, and I think it my duty thus publicly to stato my case, and in order that others" may profit thoroby, Tho first symptoms of tho disease wore mahifosted in tho spring of 1827. Warned at the approach of this destroyer of all case, I had recourse to phy-Hician after physician, and remedy aftor romody_, but received little or no relief. 1 was recommend_, od to retire into tho°_»country, whore I sofarrocfruited, that I began to tlrhtk tho enemy was dislodged. I returned to tlio city, where in'a short tima all my old symptoms returned with double violence. My stomach became bo debilitated with drugs that I relinquished tho _rcfntlar system and entered oh u course of Swaim'_s Panacea. It did mo no good, and I went back to my _doitor, who cramme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

V A SE. NORFOLK, Va. May ' 1st. 1828. Dear_^ir.—I wiU.shortly slate my former case* T labored for six years under a violent Liver Complaint. It fust manifested itself in the bummer of _18'il, and rendered froqueht application to an eminent family physician _necossary, by whostt proscrijitions I cojild, obtnjn only a teinporary re .-. lief. Alter tlio Iapso of many months, without receiving any permanent benefit from medicine, I came to the determination to try your Catholicon. I took three bottles, and thank God, I can truly say the disease of the liver entirely _leflme; and I havo since been as well find hoarfy as man can be, in the fullest enjoyment of health and spirits.— My _cimTwas cllecfmTsolely By yo_\ir celebrated and agreeable Catholicon. Your friend, _EDVVAUO L. YOUNG, To W. \V. POTTER, Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

CASE WILMINGTON, May 22d, 1830. Dear Sir.—This was a case of rheumatism in an mfimalo friond of mine, an old gentlemen aiouTSixty _yolffs _cT_^g^;"wtio'Ra3_Trie " _^ RfieBfHatt««» for a number of years _pust, port of the _tinie confined to his bed; ho took it merely through experiment, and was surprised to find hiinsolf ontiroly freed from his painful disorder by using only on* bottle. ..... . __. Your well wisher, _JEREMTAH NICHOLAS. An emminent physician says; "I havo known several cures performed by tho use of your Catho_^ licon, which had previously resisted the ordinary proscriptions ofthe faculty, and I have never known it to produce INJURIOUS EFFECTS!" To be had at the Drug Store of Or. J. GILBERT. . Gettysburg, May 18,1831. _ tfir-S-_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

ENTIRELY NEW WORK. UNPRECEDENTED IN THIS COUNTRY1 " Wrinkled Mirth, thai Care derides, And Laughter holding both his sides" PROSPECTUS OF THE COMlCMlRIIOIll Illustrated by upwards of two _hunDHEd Caricatures, Sketches, and Comic Engravings, combining all the interest i and spirit ofthe Domestic and Foreign Comic Annuals, Humorous Designs, and- TjaugKa-- ble DROLLERIES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. AN adjourned meeting ofthe "Temperance Society of Gettysburg and its vicinity," will be held at the court-house in I he borough of Gettysburg, on Saturday the 2lst iiist. at 2 o'clock P. M. at which time it is probable one or two addresses will be delivered on the subject. All those who feel an interest in the prosperity of this Society, and are desirous that temperance should be * encouraged, are respectfully invited to attend. S. R. RUSSELL, May .18, _Ih'.i]. Secretary*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

};¦ ¦ G.LUE; __: ¦ _ A. A_^_5]?J suppjy of first-rate Lancas' •** ' _* «> _GlASia for sale by JESSJ3 GILBERT. , May 19, 1831. / 4w—2-6 -¦; r<*- —r- H-r- : _, r_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

NOTXOXL rpHE creditors _6f JOHN BEAR Jr. an ' ¦ irisqlvent debtor_._urei notified io presen_* their claims to the subscriber for . settlement. _^ ELIZABETH tBT&_, .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

_gMCilaSH AStf GERMAN "7 Printing Establish»eiit, " _}YdrJfyJteMLentioiLofiuii-u4UH>eiind-indu»trU> JVintcr,*" or any other _Ptrsim w!_,o mishtl t» tngage in a large and profitable esiah. _lishmeiit of the kind. I rglHE-subscriber pffers for Sain, on very -*• _reasonable terms, the large and extensive English and UernraiiJPrintiiig establishmcntoflhe Uniou Anti-Masonic Telegraph, /AM THE German Anti-Masonic Mvocatt _, of New Berlin, Union County, Pa. togrHhur with n LOT OF GROUND, whereon "ja wrcctcd a buildiiii; whictv_^suid establishment is in, situated in Market square of said town opposite .tho _publurlnii ' ldiugs. Ii * tin purchaser will advance from _D00 to 500 dollar-, by (aking _possts: iun of the Ollice. tha roinaindcr will be loft to bis own *|)Ueifie<i _tiiiic for payment, with good i.ecuriiy. Ok, he .will _tSoll separate, either the English or the German establishment. Ok, if no salo will bo nijidc—tin; subscriber is _willing to take into Partne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 18 May 1831

A dTertise men ts. % _i : ; • GETTYSBURG TEMA1E _AOADEMY The public is respectfully informod that the next _Sossion of this Institution will commence' On _MONDAY, the Wth ' .of May instant. In making this _annoutwement, the Trustees are happy to have it in their power to •tate _^ that they have succeeded in making auch _arrangements and providing sucli accommodations, as promise riot only to sustain, bnt _^ materially to increase, the reputation of the School. A brick edifice lias been purposely erected, in an elevated and healthy situation, and comfortably provided with the necessary furniture and accommodations. Measures _hava also been adopted, to make considerable additions to the _Chomicnl and Philosophical apparatus; by which the course ofinstfuction in the experimental Sciences, will be rendered no less interesting than instructive to the pupils. But the circumstance on which the Board ehiefly rest their anticipations of tho prosperity of the Institution, is the fac...

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