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

_«OWS Tllia _TIMiiU Office of the Contractor for the Md. State Lotteries. Baltimore, April 25th', is'Jl. — ¥N presenting to his friends and the public '-the annexed scheme of the Maryland .State Lottery, No. 3, for 1831, to be drawn in Baltimore, on THURSDAY, 26th of May tiextythe-Gotrtractor-_^vottld mos t reapoctfully call their attention to the very small number of Tickets composing the _jame. BRILLIANT SCIIEME: """I_' priWof "$10,000 2 prizes of $200 1 2,000 4 10 .0 1 -1.000 —8 60—1 600 100 8 1 -400 2000 4 Fire Tickots _nro suroof 2 Prizes _nnd may draw 7i Only 5,000 Tickets—Issiifd in Quarters. _Quurtors, 1 50 ouch. TO HE HAD AT CLARK'S, _JV. W. corner of Culvert, and lialtimnre _fitrcels, N. E. Curnrr of Chariot nnd _IMlimore Stieets, and N. \V. corntr of OSy and'Baltimore Stixjfts, BAIJTIAIORE. _,fe (_TTrVVhere tfto highest pxi7.edn.thc recent Slate Lotteries hits been _ortener sold than atuiiy other offices ! ! ' ! _itfOrdoro, either by mail (_postpaid) or privatr convey...

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

r ¦ ' m i AGENCY IX PHILADErillA. Office of the Lady 's uook_, / 112 Chosnut Street. J L. A. GODEY & CO. rf"fcFFER their services to collect for their _^-_^ city antfeountry friends, and all others, having claims against individuals and others in Philadelphia. They have determined to devote a considerable portion of their time to this new branch, and are well convinced that their exertions will give satisfaction to their employe ._cst,. There are no doubt many persons at a distance having claims that might be collected, were they aware of responsible pcro'ons to address.— The great _expanse in many instances paid for JLawyer!s fees, and where there has been —! "*jpo necessity for such a proceeding, prevents >any lawful accounts from being adjusted. ]tey will receive bills & accounts from any jtrtqf thecountry,which\vHl be immediately attended to, &; thepioceedsnpplied in this _3>^ y,or forwarded by mail as may be directed. Jfo charge in an...

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

MASONICS, _4~kR "the art of finding out new arts," ^" einbracinc the art ofHeuhderwerkyngef "the art of foresaying things to come," "the faculty of abrirdcdatJfa" "the skill of becoming perfect without ' the excitement ol either hope or fear," the mystery of "demonstrating moral truths by geometrical problems," and "the transmutation of metals," so as from tho dross of lead to extract virgin silver, and from old if oil _tOTTnatiQlac _^ ture bars of gold. With modest puffing we. may add that Science furnishes no parallel to Masonics. Thaelixirof lifeand the Pliilosophor'sstone are both in the depth's of its profound mysterie?. Crowns are resolved by it into silver pieces for the pocket, or golden ornaments for the head. Proficients equally love _tha Koran and the Bible, and combine in their apparel the apron of a servant with the spurs of a cavalier. Pupils received into this mystery at the _^ Gothic Temple in Broadway, under the charge of experienced masters, 825 admission f...

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

LAYING or the CORNER STONE. Tha public is respectfully informed, that tn * e CORNER STOXJG OF THE Theological Seminary, IN THIS PLACE, WILL BE LAID ON THURSDAY, the 26th of May instant. It is expected that the Rev. Messrs. Uhlhohn and Reck will address the audience in the German, and Messrs. SchakfrEK and Krauth in the English language. The services in the German language to commence at 10 o'clock, and in the English at half past 11 o'clock A. M. A collection will be taken for the benefit of the Institution. On the evening of the same day the Graduate Address will be delivered by the RoVi _Mn HAvjcnoTicit, and on the morning following, at 10 o'clock the Anniversary Addresses of the Students. J. G. _MORfWfer K_«f 11, 1881. Soc'ry af-_'th? feo.ari_$

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

_fcOOT fie SHOE WAXING BOOTS & SHOES, OF EVEIZY UESCIllJTl'ty, In a neat workmanlike manner, and that he? will constantly keep on hand, a supply of ready made work, which he will warrant to be as good and cheap ;_is can be had in nny other shop in the place. As he is a complete hand'for _making Ladies Shoes, and just from the city,«f Baltimore he will ensure such workdono in the most fashionable and durable manner. DAVID SOMERS. March 30, 1831. 81—51 Tho Subscriber respectfully informs,the in habitants of Gettysburg and vicinity, that he has taken 'the Shop, in ._l¥ejs_t_York. Slrcct, lately oc- cupipd by "Mr. Robert Taylor, and that HE IS _PKEPAitKD TO M.VNUFACTURB -

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

THE EAGLE HOT KL, THE undersigned" respectfiilry _^mfor _^ _ms his old friends and customers, and the public in general, that he has taker, that well known teituate on the corner of Baltimore and Middle streets, form?rly occupied by Mr. B. _Giuikkt_^ The house is. large and convenient. His Bar is well stocked with the best of _Lirpjers, and his Table will always be furnished with the best the market can aflord. -The stabling is good and roomy, and attended by an attentive HoM 'er. Travellers and others are assured, that he will useevnry exertion in his power to render both Man and Horse comfortable. PlllilP I1EAGY. April 6, 1831. tf—52 USSf EAGLE

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

IMPORTANT DISCOVERT _4_^ rjniIE long lo:-t word of a Master Mason: '-*• Jah-buii-lun" is now found. When the Grand Master fell at the door of the Temple, " struck dead with tho gavel of a fellow-craft," this sublime word was lost, to ibe order of Master Masons. None ooilld ruffnin it oxco[>t "by wcarj- tiuvt:!" through four _decrees to the _reeessws of "the Royal Arch," where it ever beams with radiance, "inscribed on the golden triangle, which deposited by Methuselah, the _hou of Enoch, in his subterranean temple, excavated and prepared before the flood." We congratulate all Master Masons on a recent discovery, that puts them at once in possession of this invaluable word, which thousands have heretofore'sought with the same zeal that possesses those who follow after " a Jack o'lantern."

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

nPAiiiOUi_^iti The subscriber takes this method,to inform his friends, and the public generally, THAT HE HA9 COMMENCED THE _TAILORING BUSINESS, In Cash-Town, Adams county, Pa., Where \w will execute all orders in his line of business promptly, and in the most fashionable manner, for Cash or Country Produce. As he has made arrangements to receive the Quarterly Reports of the Philadelphia Fashions. Through tW aid.o/ Mr. Allen _Wardts _ProtracHfyr System of Cutting Garments he will be " oiriSbliid fo'jpleuse all who may iavdr_^Rrrn witli their custom. ,. . * "[¦ . ' ¦ ¦' ¦ •¦ • JACOB HQSSLER. _, Gash.TpWrt M IVfarch/)0. ' ,, &l \ 41—51

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

CR12AT LUCK _^ LISIl A ADA MS, concerned in robbing ¦"-_^ a freeman of hi3 liberty, contrived to elude indictment and trial for four years _&. upward?; and when his guilt was proved incontestihly, escaped by-the fraternal aid of William Wilson, of Lcwistown,a Master Mason, who had managed lo retain a place on the jury. Similar opportunities of rescue are offered to an}' rouges who iicknowlcdjr<! thn power of "the grand hailing sign of a brother in distress." Refer to Judges Maroy and Nelson, of the Supreme Court of Now York; to Judges BriiDSHAi.i. and Gardner _^ of the Circuit Court of New York; and to the Judces of the Common Picas' Newport County, R. I.

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

1600 DQ_£Z.imS WILL be paid for the best essay furnishing a plausible construction of the Royal Arch .obligations to "espouse the cause of a companion, right or wrong,-so far as to deliver him ojrt of difficulty." Many _simpleToifts _Suppose mat Freemasons do eachpthw a good turn in their difficulties in courts ofjustice. The object-of the premium is to provide against this supposition. ' " . ¦ : ¦ The Judges to award the premium, will be the Grand Officers of the General Gram! Royal Arch Chapter, to whom the competitors for the premium will address their communications, post paid with a private mark inside, and their own names Under,seal; that seal not to be broken tH*Jes9 they win.

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

TO LET half ^~^N at price, six Masonic Lee-^* turers well qualified to teach the "Royal and Military art," of "knocking down" and "burying' a man, and "_raising him to life from the grave, m which he had lain fifteen days," simply by the use of "the liongrip of a Master Mason." __N._B. They are "true, blue:" they will affirm among gentlemen that "Morgan is on a farm in Canada," and that "his disclosures are a tissue of falsehoods." Wanted.—ONE Mason or Mason's jack, who will bet from one to five hundred dollars against the accuracy of Morgan's disclosures; the .bat to be decided by an amicable suit in a court of justice, and the parties to be concluded by the verdict. 3w*

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

J_^OST •npiIE CHECK DEGREE invented ana -*• taught by "the most Worsfiipful Grand Lodge of New York," and its sisters roui' id thev Union, to detect and expose those persons who may apply for admission/into the lodge-roomas "visiting brethren," without more preparation than Morgan's book furnishes*—This degree is a beautiful specimen of Miisoiiic consistency; and an emblem most rare of masonic "light," "the key word" being los," that is sol or light, reversed, and nmdo darkness !! The finder shall be rewarded with "a -kunbski H-or-w-h+to kia-tli_'ur apron, mo re -a 11 - cient than the gokfen Fleece or Roman Eagle, and more honourable than the Star and Garter, &e. &c."

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

REMOVAL. THE PRINTING OFFICE of tho _subscribe has been removed to the now building in Chum. _boraburjT street, a fow riniiri -Wont nf Mr. F"' •» '*— ' Tavern, where JOB _FP.INTING, • _Oft,KVERV _nESCKlTTION, will bo done on moderate tor.ns, with ni?ntn_«ui»nn<i dos])atch; and whore Rubscriptioim to tho "Star,"', _tindadvertisemenis for insortion in its columns, ' will bo thankfully _roctiived._^ilb at thosamo tim _» Murnfl his acknowledgments to'his friends for their liberal support, a-nd hopes to merit a con* ; tuuanco of tlio same. . ROBERT W.MIDDLETON.

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

THESATURDAY COURIER Philadelphia, April 23, 1831. It is gratiPying to learn Ihiit tlio "Courier" hat 'mot with very gtiiierul _liivour mnons our patron* in tho iipifrliborliouriiig _crountry, and aFso in distttnt _stales. i_^ Iuny _gRiillctuon, not. porsomllj known to us, _hayjl ibruaided their orders for th_« _^taper, and sonic lia\;o kindly otl'_erctl t<_t become our Agents.. Wo hiivn in all c _' uscs cheeriully urcedcd to their wishes—and feel ourselves under parliuului ohliijaMons to theui'Tor Iho interest they have expressed for our _success. Wherever an agency is not u-lreatly established for tlio courier, it niiiy be _proper to obtain one, and \vc _sliull oll'or sut:h liberal tennsty _^enllemen \vho ure _disposed to act-in this capacity (or us as wo havo no duubt will be perfectly _satisfactory. ' - -

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

WHO W3ZX BUY -WWE-art ofHayfrrg masonically a corner -"- stone of any building whereby tlie Ja"Hiifers_' carf gain the admiration of children, and ' obtain_. "refreahmenta." As_it is a.secret_^ the reade r is requested to blind himself and search'for it. Instead of i(No euro no pay;" he will be expected to advance the cash at first, and then mako oath never to ' publish that he has been swindled out of his money. ' Usual price 825, to be had at fifty places in this city. Sign, square and compasses crossed. . 3w*

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

STRAYED OR STOLEN _^ fW_^HE substitute for the word of a Mas--¦•; ter Mason: mah! HAn! bone!"—^ It may be,known b y a hiccough whichhas followed it for rnorevthan a century. Arty person who will return it to the 'Lodges, shall-have his initiation i/ito the sublirrletet degrees of tho mystery,,on tbesnme terms usually granted to the ministbrs of the _Gos pel, tHat is* gratis.' Be particular, _ag th_^re are impaste rain the royal art. {"' ' ; . -s-_%' I ¦ .;._' . ¦ ¦ ¦ ; ¦ rMULxMt_£_Blfcryr ;.

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

TO 11 _S.VB_^_E A KNAVE'S SKULL, suitable for a "Kiii»hf TenfplafV 'drinking"' cuji," when he "takes pure wine in the fifth libation." The living owner was a notorious scoundrel, whose " sins added to those of any knight candidate," will constitute a sufficient penalty to be " visited eternally upon his recreant head, although he wero pure himself as a.saint. Inquire at the sijrn of the Severed Head, fixed on a spire in Templar's Allev. lw '

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

IiOOK AT THIS _^_j_^S= " _KiOR the LAST TXME W_^&r ¦*¦ I call on all those indebted to me, either by bond, note or book account, to come forward and make settlement—It this notice has no more eilect than my former notice, those indebted will have to make settlement with persons who will add COSTS to their visits. JAMES A. THOMPSON. April 27,1831. tf—2-3

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

_WANTED AN Editor to _takechnrge oPa Free Press, about to be _established in one_.of the coilhtry 'towns of Pa. to whom 500 subscribers will be pledjfred from the _._start. Apply (postag;o paid,) at this office. ¦ '" May 4. - 3 5 pents per lb, given for Rags, - - -| .. . Ii_^CASif, ¦ ¦ , ¦; ' • r AT _TWE WllMOFTBB • STA». '

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

BJOTXC& 4LL persons indebted to the estate ot ISAAC CATOE, late of Latimore township, Adams county, deceased, are requested to come.forward and rnake settlement Without delay—rail those having claims _against said estate, will present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. JOHN WOLFORD, Adtn'r. May 4, 1831. 4t—2-4

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