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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

TJIJB LADY'S HOOK, FOR MAY, 1831. THIS number has just .been isnuod from llio press, and forma tho lust but oilo of thopTescnt volume. A _Giieateii VAd.'frv of Literary ._Suhjontj have been collected togetliPr in the edition for this month, tlinn is usual, und tho Jvmiikij.isii.mi' ._nm are cquiilly suited to tho _clmructor of tlfo work, nnd as well' _ongraTod us any formop ones—they -e_«H9i(*t-of-;—¦— —. A View of Phil _a del phia, frbtn Kensington. Euibroideryfor Head Dresses, two Engraving s* - Ballet Dancing. Physical Exercises for Women. The Native, and Odd Fish. Jeptha's Daughter, Music, from] the He-Irrew Melodies. The _Juije number will be published nt an early period ,and completes the second vo-| lume of the work. In the short space of one year, we have, by unremittcd exertions, procured for the LADY'S BOOK, an enviable station among tho Literary publications of out country. This has not been accomplished without very considerable expense---the fact is, upwards of TH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

THE SATURDAY COURIER, A WEEKLY JOURNAL, Of News, Literature, Agriculture, Maimfa ctures, <fC. _fy c. Tho LARGEST Newspa])or printed in I'hiladolphia, and tho CHEAPEST in Iho U. States. Terms, only 82 per ann. halfyoarly in advance. PUBLIC ATTENTION is respectfully invited to this popular weekly publication—rfurnishing, as it ccrtaiuly does, one of the most acceptable vehicles of information- to persons whose occupations will not permit them to enjoy the advantages of perusing tho daily Journals, and also for those who reside out of the city,, and desire (for a moderate equivalent) an acquaintance with the earliest and current News. The SATURDAY COURIER is printed on the patent Napier Press and comprises Twenty-eight columns of the largest class, which is renewed every week, and includes- —-——- _': ~— Light Reading, in all its departments. Internal Improvements, Commerce, Agriculture, Domestic Manufactures, Prices Current of Stocks, The Grain and Flour Market, Public S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

in 4 soluble state, acts insensibly, is pittasant to the taste, and requires no particular regimen or _confinement. As a gentle cathartic medicine, improving the _appetite and restoring tlw general tone of tlie system, it is confidently recommended to ladies in u delicate situation. The unrivalled and very extensive character which this _iiicdicintj has on joyed,"for the lust six years, us a corfiplnfo renovator, i\nd purifier of the blood and humourshu\\\ in llo.yri/al and Private Practice, is a substantial basis for its future support. It has obtained its present great distinction by the extraordinary success which has attended it in the Healing Art_,whilc every avenue and track have been searched in vaiji for its. parallel; indeed, its discovcryinay be considered one of the most sacred boons that can be afforded to the unfortunate; and I most sincerely hope the sympathy of tlie public will be excited to dilli_^e its invaluable merits 1 i# 1 . _~ . -* _. n_~- _lupins. . *•* .-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

THE CASKET FORZMAY, _lw;U.' _TKp !\fay No. of _this _^ woMt_^mtil_._pon _rirrivcj It J contents _nr« an _jblloHf: - " _HMKLMXISMMKNTS ,. -1 beautiful portrait of the 'Marclruiin -w <>/ L'armarlhtn igrand-daiighti:r o/>" thv_^ju:-ruble Charles Carroll. ¦ _Vcnitian Architecture—The Church of Si, Mark, and the Fountains oj St. Ptttr_^, and part of the Colonnades. School of Flora—Panax Quinquifolium , or Aiiierican Ginseng. Mimic—Orock' _g Da lighter, afavoritc song. (fcj'Tho terms of this popular publication nro .$2 50 per minimi payable in advnncn, or _83 if not paid within the current year. Twelve numbers make a volume, containing about GOO closely printed _pagos; to this a title page and index are added at tho end of the year. Considering the quality of tin: engravings, and tlie large amount 0/ reading matter in the Casket, it is |H:rhaps, the? cheapest publication of the kind iu the laiited*_Stafes. , A fow copies of the casket for 1S28, 1_*2!> and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

CASE PHILADELPHIA, March 28th, 1629. Dear Sir—After many but ineffectual _triuls to relievo myself from a most _sovore and distressing attack of dyspepsia, I havo beon comp letely cured by tho uso of, to mo, your invaluable Catholicon, and I think it my duty thus publicly to state my case, and in order that .others may profit tlieroby. Tho first symptoms of tho _disoaso wore manifested in the spring of 1827. Warned at tho approach of (his destroyer of all ease, I had ratsourse to physician after physician, and remedy after remedy, but rocciyed little or no _reliefs -I was recommonded to retire "into tho country, whoro I bo far rocruited, that I began to think, ttio enemy was dislodgod. I returned to tho city, whoro in a short Tinio all my old symptoms returned with double violence. My stomach becamo so dobilitatod with drugs that I relinquished the regular system and entered on a course of Swaim'_s Panacoa. It did mo no good, and I went back to my doctor, who crammed me with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

OFFICE OF.THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAIL ROAD _COMPANY. 20th May, lb'3_J. The Exhibition of Locomotive Steam Engines oil this road, heretofore advertised by-this Company for the 1st June next, has been POSTPONED, and instead of that day, it will take place on MONDAYt * tho27th of June, _«nd on the two succeeding days. The selection from the several Engines that may be oflercd will be mado on the last of those days, viz: on Wednesday the 29th June; ufter which they will be subjected to the regular work of thiity days on the Rail-road. ugrocably to tho original conditions offered by this Company. •¦-•¦-— —¦ - Every facility for previous practice on the Rail-road will be afforded to competitors, and cars on the Winans Construction will be furnished for testing the respective powers of the several engines. -Persons, who may arrive with engines previous to the 1st June, will have the use of the Rail-road accorded to them on their arrival in Baltimore, for the purposes of pract...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

POTTER'S Ve CiE 1 AB._liE.C ATH 0 LIC ON, A» V KIt_.TI SBM E NT. The unrivalled and extensive reputation acquired by this medicine for the last Jive years, both in _Hospital and private practice, demands from _thegroprietor his grate* ful acknoiifleUgmenls to at discerning yublip. Potter's _Vegojablo Catholicon is offered- for the _cufo of Diseases of tho Liver, _Ulcoruted Sore Throat, Debility resulting from Intemperance ¦ and Diasi potion,, Sorofula or King's Evil, Old and _Iitvolerate Ulcers * Pains in tho Banes, Rheumatism, _Dysjiopsia or Indigestion, Djboases of the LunsSySyphiljs, ltlotches on tils , • Kacp and Skin, AVhite Swelling- |>f the Joints, Tuttur, Mer ' aurJa] _diuouses _^ l'ilos, &e. &c. .'I'Uc-.Catlndtioon ' . consists eKolusively of v"gg«t_«_ifile ' : rriaUei'j &M-with a slight detfiriijii«i:(i'cj|) to tlie biiwols; wliti-h i( _preserve

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

IlMJBIjIC SAJL1S WN pursuance of nn order of the Orphans' -*• Court of Adams county, will bo exposed to public sale, on- the premises, On Saturday the 20th of August jcrt, 3 jj§* GROUND, 55 Containing 28 Acres, fidjoininrr |U,K|S of John Collins and others. Likewise a Lot of Ground in the town of Ilcidlcrsburir No. 3'J, in Tyrone township, Adams county; all the estate of Arthur Nickel, 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 said day. WILLIAM NICKEL, Adm'r. May 31, 1831. . ts—8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

CASE. WILMINGTON, May 22d, 1830. . Dear Sir.—This was a . caso of rheumatism in an _fntimato friond of mine, un old gontlomon about sixty yours of ago, who had the Rheumatism for a_^iumbcr of yearn pastr part of the timo confined to his bed; ho took it merely through experiment, and was burprisud to find' himself entirely freodfroiuhis painful disorder byaising only one bottle. Your ' well wisher, JEREMIAH NICHOLS. -An- omminont physician says, " I havo known several cures jwrformodby tho usa of your Catho. Iicorij._which had previously-resisted tho ordinary prescriptions 'of tho faculty, and I havo never known it to produce _INJURIOUS EFFECTS!" •To7 be had tft-tho Drug Storo of ' - v Dr.. J. GILBERT. Gettysburg, May 18,1831. . tf—2—6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS will be awarded for the best AMERICAN TALE. The gentleman who shall bo selected to decide the award, shall be named at the timo of offering tho premium. The publishers are aware of the difficulty of furnishing their paper in due season to subscribers residing at a distance—this obstacle will be remedied in the course of n few weeks, when such arrangements will be mode as cannot fail to-be perfectly satisfactory. v fl ¦ A Herders for the SATURDAY COUR. lERj _Vcontaiuing. the price of subscription,) must-_^be addressed Xo WOODWARD & SPRAGG, Phila

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

CASE NORFOLK,:Va. May lsti'1828. Doar Sir.—I wiU shortly slate my former case. I laborcafor six years under a violent Liver Complaint. It first manifested itself in tho summer of 1821, and rqndorod frequent application to an eminent .family physician necessary, by whoso proscriptions 1 could obtain only a temporary ro_, lief. After tho lapse of many months, without receiving any permanent benefit from medicine, I camo to tho determination to try your Catholicon. I took three bottles, and thank OJod; I can truly say tho disoaso of tho liver entirely left me; and I havo since been us well und hearty as man can bo-, in. tho _fuliogt enjoyment of health and spirits.— My cure was effected solely by your celebrated and ugrceablo Catholicon. ' "" ' Your-'friend, * EDWARD L. YOUNG, To W. W. POTTER, Philadelphia. «¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

CASE LYNCIIBURG, Va. May 5th, 1828. At the roquost of Dr. , I here give a statement of tho effoct of Pottor_'_s Catholicon in tho restoration of my health. - My constitution hud been in a declining Btato for moro than eighteen months. I was much troublod with a short dry cough, slight difficulty of breathing, which was much increased by bodily oxorciso. At night, groat oppression at the chest was experienced, with excessive cplliquative sweats, soreness and pain in tlie sides and _broast, withoxtremo languor and loss of appetite. In this situation, I travelled to the Now England states by sea, but obtained no permanent relief. Somo timo after my return, by way of experiment, I was induced to use Potter's Catholicon, and aflor using two bottles, my hoalth was perfectly restored. v DAVID R. EDLEY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

LOOK AT THIS _IJgSpJHORTnK I.AST TIItIE oCSSr . •¦ • ' I cajl on all those indebted1 to me, either by bond, note or book iteoount _^ to come forward and make settlement—If, this notice has no moro effect than my for- * mer.notice, thoso indebted will have'to make settlement wiUi persons who wiH add COSTS to their visits. , . JAMES A. THOMPSONApril 27, 1831. tf—2-»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

NOTICE ALL persons indebted tr> the estate of . ISAAC CATOE_,_AcLte o{Lu.limoro township, .Vdama eounty, deceased, aro requested to come forward and mako settlement without delay—all thoso having claims agains.1 said estate, will present theijj, pro* iiorly authenticated, for _sottlemont, ' _i: : JO>^ W_^LVORP_. _^_iaW _VV Mf_»V _' i, ;|_P_^_f _:¦ '.: : _' ":/ , ; . ! _' ' j- ' _ft^*4 ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

GLUE A LARGE, supply of iirst-rtite Lancas--_^ H-GIAJfJ i _' fof "He by ' _i JESSE (_JIL_15EUT. _Mnyv.i'J. 1_^'U_.' •¦ • r ' 4w— - ?-(J

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

_CABINET WAREHOUSE, DAVID _HEAGIT, aABIWBT-MASBR, " RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and customers & the public generally, THAT HE STILL CONTINUES TO CARRY ON HIS I1U8INE8S, IN WEST VORK STRKKT, And is prepared to oxocutc tho _noatost und most _FASHZOSTABtB WORK, WHICH UK WILL WARRAN_^ _KQVA.I. , IF NOT _SUPERIOK, TO ANY INi THE FLACK. He keeps on hand a general and extensive ..ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE, OF ALL KIND._S, And of a quality which he only uslcs an exnutation to pronounce superior. 03"COFFINS made at the shortest notice. ALL KINDS OP TURNING, AND OF TUB LATEST FASHIONS, Can be had at his Shop, at any time—where he has constantly on hand CARRIAGE HUBS, Which can now be had at the low rate of ONE DOLLAR per set. 0_^7" His prices for work are modoratc—a liberal credit given to punctual customers; and all kinds of country produce taken in exchange for work. TO TURNERS. A SOBER, STEADY JOURNEYMAN TURNER wanted immediately. —to whom constant work and liberal wages will ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

JYcw Store. r _^HESubscriberrespectftiHySnforma his -Br friends and the Public, that he has just returned from the Cities of Philadel phia _atid _^Baltimore, with an ; • _EXTENSIVE AND ENTIRELY NEW STOCIiOFCiOOBS, Which he intends opening in the house of the late John M'Conaughy_, Esq. deceased, situate on the South West Corner of the Ceidre Square in Gettysburg, CONSISTING OF A - GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF _TTTM DHY AMI_^ GOODS, _GROCERIES _\_Queena and Glass WARE, LOOKING _GIiAS_»£_S, _J\ ANi> _LIQTfQRS, &c. (fob p a«ticulars,_^8bb hand-bills.) A personal appearance ai his establishment, the LOW PRiCES_^he Goods, and' ctegant assortment, - will be an: inducement for them to purchase—"Look _btfar_? you leap!" * ?li& PubKc_'_s humblo servant, SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK. Gettyehurg_, April 20,1831. tf— 2-2

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

ODD & EVEN SYSTEM. By which the holder of two Tickets must draw ——omTriz«^andmsy-dnw-3! HR-EEif! MARYLAND STJl1 !^ _luOTTBUm Na_,Ji, jioiLi83L To be drawn in Baltimore. on THURSDA Y, the 30th instant. HIGHEST PRIZE, 10,000 DOLLARS! • (O"CLARK offered to adventurers tho highest eapitalprizoofeiO,000,inNo.3,for 1831. CLARK sold both the highest capital prizes of $5,000 and 91,000, in No. 2, for 1831, and CLARK also sold tbohigiie8tcapitalprize6r85,000IhNb.l,_fbrl831. scheme: 1 prize of 110,000 4 prizes of §100 1 2,00.0 M . ' 50 1 1,000 20 ' ' 20 9 500 200 4 2 300 13000 1 50 a - 200 ' - • . Half Tickets, Ono Dollar only, TO BE HAP AT CLARK'S, OJjiecSr. N. W. corner of Baltimore and Culvert, N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay T N. JSv cor- - .ner of Baltimore and Cliarles-ats. O'Whero tho highest prizo in the recent Stato Lotteries has been _oftcner. _sold_^ajt _aluny other offices !!:! • f"" iLfOrdors, oither by mail (postpaid) or private; conveyance, _onclofiing tho cash for ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

;t.. R0OBDALB _ffAOTORY. ST. fit W. GREASON, "EtlND it accessary, from circumstances •¦- coming very ldtnly to their knowledge, to state, that their price for Carding Wool into Rolls will be FIVE CENTS PER POUND, Instead o f Six Centswhich they at first proposed. Q_^r The difference will be refunded to those who have paid them at Six Cents. WOOL, _^To Card, or to Manufacture, and _Wollcn Yamtohe Woven, will be received,in Adams county, at Mr. James Gourley's, Geitysburg;nVI*. James Black's, "Two Taverns;" Mr. JohnTopper's,Alloways Creek; Mr. , Eppley's _MuMlarsh Greek; and at Mr. John Cownover _*8, neaTBlack's Mill; where work will be called for, and returned, once in two weeks. Rochdale Factory, June 7,183L\ 4t*-9

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

THE EAGLE HOTEL. THE.undersigned respectfully inform* his- old _friends and customers, and the public in general, that be has taken that well known 4MR&- _JEASlJEL _ _VmI>_3_CS HOTE1, Situate on the corner of Baltimore and Middle streets, formerly occupied by Mr. B. _Gilueht. The house is large and convenient. His Bar is well stocked with the best of Liquors, and his Table will always be furnished with the best the market can afford. The stabling is good and roomy, and attended by an attentive Hostler. Travellers and others are assured, that he will use every exertion in his power to render both Man aod Horse comfortable. PHILIP HEAGY. April 6,. 1831. tf—52

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