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i/an uj jj iot)4i THE NORTHERN STAR, ___...
STATE OF TRADE. Cupar TBADX.-XO cheering...
Tire Sbsaior Eukrast Snip.—This ship lef...
THE KOAD TO HEALTH! TJOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
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I/An Uj Jj Iot)4i The Northern Star, ___...
i / an uj jj iot ) 4 i THE NORTHERN STAR , ___^___ \'' T ==== f :=:=== 9 . — : I Pains in the Back , Gravel .-Rheumatism , Gout , Lum ¦ ¦*" Pains in the BackGravel ,-Rheumatism , Gout ,
State Of Trade. Cupar Tbadx.-Xo Cheering...
STATE OF TRADE . Cupar TBADX .-XO cheering change is sew in the free of trade , tbouirh anticipations of a favourab e nature are entertained . Work ia scarce all « wr tta wogr , anfl many b nudg ara going idle for want of something to do .-? S ^ s « iSs sssgs ^ s must earn only about / s- V * ,. * „„ - » - „„„ „ tt . „ m j , XSS " » . »< icip > t »» of Mta ¦ pme ,. The Aula Handsel Monday " ke bbuck and bottle will be missed from table this year .
many a Traps : is Sukusg . — Tee year has closed without any svmotoros of a revival in the state of our wollen manufactures The depression noticed as existing sometime ago still continues to prevailthrougbout tbe whole district , ifanv hundreds of operatives are without employment altotether , and there who have it only get it after being several weeks idle . The consequence of this ia that much privation has to be endured . —Local Paper , Bath . —The annual dinner of the United Boot and Shoe Makers of Bath , took place on Monday , December 29 th , lS 51 . atMr . Bindon ' a , Beef Steak Tavern , Bath , where they enjoved a most pleasant evening , tkecbairbeingablyfilled by their worthy Secretary , A . Jones , and the vice chair by Mr . U . Marsh . Several appropriate toasts were given , and tho evening waa spent with the utmost hilarity and conn-• riality . ' , , Maschester , Jan . 6 . —We have not had much change as regards tbe home trade ; but shippers have been more
active , and most descriptions of mule twist are in guuu demand at full prices . With the exception of Ao . Jl > a , which arc rather scarce , water twist is not so much sought after . Some of the large shipping-houses have been buying shirtin gs rather extensively , chiefly wide cloths of good quality ; but 3940-inch as low as from 61 b . have also taken the demand , and in some cases at as much as 3 d . per piece advance . Orders for mill yarn , suitable for India , iiave bpen given of considerable extent , and the spinnors of these goods Lave in some cases been placed under contract to the en d of the month . Altogether tbe market has a healthier appearance than mig ht nave been expected in tbe uncertain position of the cotfcm market .
Tire Sbsaior Eukrast Snip.—This Ship Lef...
Tire Sbsaior Eukrast Snip . —This ship left the St . Katuerine ' a Docks for New York on the 5 th of last November , with upwards of 300 emigrants oa board , and it appears that some ten or twelve days after she had cleared the channel , when making the best of her way across the Atlantic , she encountered a most frightful gale , which ended in her bein * completely dismasted , and placed in a position the most distressing . On the 4 th of December she was observed by the Trident , whose report of the state of the Senator , on reaching England on the 19 th , naturally gave rise to tbe most alarming forebodings as to her likely fate . Accounts , however , have been received of the Senator having succeeded in reaching Fayal , one of the Azores , on the l 6 th \> f last month , after being buffeted about on the wide Atlantic , in her helpless condition , for upwards of a month . She had rigged three small jury
masts , which enabled her to reach a port of safety , so far as Faval ia to the westward , and some distance out of the usual course to J 5 ew York . Doubt ' . ess the sufferings of the emigrants were exceedingly severe , but as before noticed none of them are reported to have been lost . Providentially the Senator was of a first-class , sound , strong ship ; had she aeen otherwise , perhaps she would not have outlived the gale , but have perished with every soul . The emigrants were mostly of the agricultural class , and comprised men , women , and children . The William Gibson , arrived at Queenstowa from St Domingo , reports seeing tho ship off Fnucha ! , and learned that the American consul has sent out a vessel to her assistance . The Submarine Telegsaph rs Danger . —During the heavy gale from the north on Saturday night and Sunday moyving , a large Russian schooner , called the Robert , M .
La ' nge master hound to Cadiz , from Shields , in endeavouring to beat down Channel , was obliged to bring up . Tho gale increased in severity , : nd eventually the vessel drifted , when her anchor got hold of what the captain belieres to have bee ;; the submarine telegraph . She then held on fur sometime , but her chain not having the strength of the electric cablo , a fortunate circumstance , perhaps , she lost her anchor and mooring , and went again drifting . The master succeeded in getting her into the Downs , and receiving assistance from the boatmen she was brought to a secure anchorage . There does not appear to have been any interruption in working the telegraph , as a message was received throngh on Monday morning at eight o clock . A few days , however will suffice to show whether the outer casing has been so far damaged as to admit the water to the wires , which would seriously influence them .
The FoRriFXCArioss at Sheerness . —Orders have been given by the Colonel-Commandant , according to instructions from the Horse Guards , to affix the sights and locks on all tho sea batter } guns ; also to all guns forming the inner fortifications of the arsenal , citadel , & e . ; and also to stock with shell , shot , and ammunition all the serving magazines to the batteries . Tbe Royal Artillery commence on Monday nest a battery of abouL eighty guns of largo calibre on swivel carriages , which could , if necesssry , be directed seaward , and concentrated on one hull . —Shipping Gazette . A Passion fob Hats . —A man , named Belloie , was on Saturday taken before the Tribunal of Correctional Police for stealing a hat . "Really , " he whined , the moment he was placed at the bar , " It is enough to make me shed every tear 1 have to see myself between two gendarmes for having made a mistake about a hat . " " A mistake ? " said the president ; "that remains to be seen . " "It was an error , impartial president , a simple error , and I submit it to your equitable justice and your lofty wisdom . " A stout
gentleman deposed that , when he was playing at dominoes at a cafe oa tho 29 th November , the prisoner walked off with his hat ; and he said that ho could not havo mistaken it for his own , as ho carried it in his hand . " That was because I was too hot 1 " " Too hot on the 29 th of 2 < 5 o vember ? Xo—but the real reason was that it was too bigforyoa . " "I was tormented with domestic anxiety , " said lbs prisoner , "and took the hat without knowing what 1 did . " " But it seems that you are a regular hat stealer , as not fewer than forty-seven hats were found at your lodgings . " "Thar proves , president , that I had no need to take ihe hat of this gentleman . And the fact is that those hats were not stolen , but were purchased by me . I have a passion for hats , ^ as other people have for horses , or other things . Butja friend of mine , who formerly lent me money , is now ready to lend me his oath , to prove to you that he has confidence in me , and that will satisfy you I could not have stolen the hat . " Tbe witness swore solemnly to the good character of the accused ; but the tribunal nevertheless condemned hiui to thirteen months ' imprisonment .
Lovis Kossuth . —The " New York Tribune" sums up the contributions to Kossuth , during his atav at New fork at 11 , 593 dob . 92 c . In addition he had received a orcent of 500 acres of land from Mr . O'RciJJv , a gnat number of books , maps , and other things from different persons three gold rings , several beanirfully worked purses , a number of portraits , and a casket contarahiir two bulled , one used at the battle ef Bunker ' s UiJiamf the otter at * t 2 S » S * ew Orleans , as wdi as locks of hair of Washington and Jefferson . ° LossoFASiEAMEn .-Intelligt . nce w ,, receire , Jon Mon . day at Lloyd ' s of the Ion of the Town of Wexford steamsnip , off the Skerries near Uol yaead , durmj the violent north-westmy gale on Sunday mornin 2 . She left Wexford for Liverpool a the course of Saturday , with several passengers and a general live and dead cargo . During , the night she laboured severely in consequence of the tempestuous state of the weather and on the followinff morning
, sne was observed on tbe skerries , under canvass , her machinery apparently having- broken down or in some way disabled . After beating off for about two hours , she dropped her anchor and brought too in the hope of the weather moderating and being able to clear the lee shore . However , the gale continued with but little intermission , and about two o ' clock in tie afternoon she parted from her anchor , and was driven ashore near Trafadog , some three or four miles to tha eastward of the bay . Her perilous position baring been before noticed , the life-boats put off to tie rescue of the passengers and crew , and , with the aid of their own boats , every one of them were preserved . Little , however , was saxed of tho cargo , as many dead cattle and pigs were seen floating about the bay . The last accounts from the wreck announce her to be bilged , and in the event cf the weather continuing violent there is little ouht as io her proving a total loss .
Eotphas Railway , — Oar accounts from Alexandria mention that great commercial activity prevails in that city , and throughout the whole of Egypt A large quantity of native product of every kind had been received from Arabia . Preparations have already been made to commence the works of the railway . Abdallah Bey , who is charged with the general inspection of the works " , is an Englishman by birth . Persons were rliving in Egypt from every part of the world to seek employment on the line . —Augsburg Gazette . Failure . —The commercial advices from Sew York , report the failure of the firm of James B . Smith and Co ., silk dealers .
Da BanVs Kevalenta Arabica Food is a pleasant and effectual remedy ( without medicine , inconvenience , or expense , as it saves Sfry times its value in other means of cure ) for nervous , stomachic , intestinal , liver ,-and bilious complaints , however deeply rooted , dyspepsia ( mdigestion , ) habitual constipation , diarrhoea , acidity , hcartborn , _ flatulency , oppression , distension , palpitation , eruptions of the skin , sickness at the stomach durinj pregnancy , at sea , and under all circumstances ; debility in the aged as well as infants , fits , spasms , cramps , paralysis , rheumatism , gout , & c . The best food for infants and invalids generally , at it never turns acid on the weakest stomach , nor interferes with a good literal diet , but imparts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner , and restoies the faculty cf digestion and nervous and muscular energy f ? - ™ most enfeebled . The only remedy which has obtained testimonials
SO UOD of cores , from lord Stuart Ue Decies , the Venerable Archdeacon Alexander Smart , of Ross , Major-General ? . . ?^ H « Dra - - Saorthnd , and Harvey , and other persons 01 the highest respectability . A copious extract of 50 , 000 cures sent gratis oy Du Barry and Co ., 127 , -Vew Bond-street , London . a ^^ M ^« UtVa Mcsrs- Da Barry ' s invaluable food , as « £ . ££ ? Slt ^' i **? ,, een E 0 closely imitated , that invalids SS £ HS . bES ^ m **?* «¦ " * « g of both , and also t a ^ Ii ^ a i dre / 3 ' - ° " Boad-stoet , London , in order & ££ iM ^ y ^ teSaVo ^ 1 - ^ ^ n peas , beans . Indian and wta £ r' £ * 2 f ™" ? f !» P . ds ., of ta-ji irh ' eh hsw ™ £ --, i . ' dep a d 06 e imitation Of the audadtTo ' rthe *? VS £ Sf » """" Mod them but the reeklew w th the < 3 e ? cate ttamuh of an invnii ^ ' - T l &* sad ha - ° went M our to-day ' s wiuml lnra * « " or infant-See Advertise-
The Koad To Health! Tjolloway's Pills.
THE KOAD TO HEALTH ! TJOLLOWAY'S PILLS .
CURE OF A DISORDERED LITER AND BAD DIGESTION . Copy of a Letter from Mr . R . IP . Kirius , Chemist , 7 , Prescot Street , Liverpool ; dated 6 th June , 1851 . To Professor HouawtT , ...... „„ , oi-Sia ,-Your PiUs and Ointment have stood the highest on ran « ue list of Proprietary Medicines for some years . A customer , to ^ nom I can refer for any inquiries , desires me to let yon know ; the paracularsofher case . She had been troubled for jcars with ajlisor aered liver , and bad digestion . On ti » last «*»»«» . howev ^ „ , virulence of the stuck was so alarming , and the inflammation set in so severely , that doubts were entertained _ of her not being « " »' to bear up under it ; fortunately she was induced to try youi rias , and she mformes me that after the first , and each succeeding dose she had great relief . She cop- tinued to take them , and a »^ ugn she used only three boxes , she is now in the enjoyment of pertect health . - ! could have sent you many more cases , hat the aoove , from the severity of the attack , and the speedy cure , I think , speass much in favour ofybnr astonishing Pills . ( Signed ) R . W . htBKUS .
RUPl'URES EFFECTUALLY CURED 'WITliOUT A TRUSS ! DR . BARKER continues to supply tbe afflicted with his celebrated remedy for this . ilarmtng complaint , the great success of which , for many years past , renders any further comment unnecessary . - It is easy and painless iu use , causing n « inconvenience or confinement , and is applicable to every ; variety of single and double Rapture , however bad or long standing , " in mal « or female of amy age . The remedy , with full instructions for use , 4 c , will be rear , post free , to any part of the world , on receipt of 7 s . in cash , postage stamps or post-office order , payable at the General Post office to Alfred Barker , M . D ., 48 , Liverp * ol-street , King ' s-cross , London , where he may be consulted daily from 9 till 3 o ' clock ( Sundays excepted ) . AH communications being strictly confidential , Dr . B . does ^ not publish cases or testimonials , a great number of which with * ld trasses , have been sent to lain by persons cured , as trophies of the success of this remedy ; they can therefore be seen by any sufferer at the est ablishment oulv .
No more Pills nor any other Drugs . 50 , 000 CURES BY DU BARRY'S R EVALENTA ABABICA POOD , a pleasant and effectual remedy ( without medicine , inconvcmence . or expense , as it saves fifty times its cost in other means of cure ) . Testimonials from parties of unquestionable respectability Lavs attested that it supersedes medicine of every description in the effectual and permanent removal of indigestion ( d yspepsia ) , constipati -n , and diarrhoea , nervousness , biliousness , liver complaint flatulency , distension , palpitation of the heart , nerrous headache deafness , noises in the head and ears , pains in the chest , between the shoulders , and in almost every jart of tbe bodv , chronic inflammation and ulcsration of the stomach , angina pectoris , eminelas eruptions on the skininci
sufferers , and refer them to me . Mabu Jollt Wobtham . — Ligg , near Diss , Norfolk , 14 tU Oct ., 1850 . ' c ;> Cure No . 2 , 704 . ' . ' . ' < '« I consider you a blessing to society at large . It in not to be-tokl all the benefit Du Barry ' s Health' Restoring Food has been tome , and my little boy cries for a saucer of it , every morning . -. WALTEE Keatinc—2 , Manning-place , Fire Oaks , Jersey . ¦ Cure No . 3 , 906 . , ' Thirteenyears' cough , indigestion , and general debility , have been removad by Du Barry ' s excellent Health llestormg Food . James Poiteb . —Athol-street , Perth . ' Cure No , 89 . ' Twenty years'liver complaints with . disorders of the stomncn , bowels , and nerves , has been perfectly cured by Du Barry ' s Health Restoring Food . Akdbbw Phaser - Haddington , East Lothian . Cure No . 3 , 483 . ¦ ' wihthe
RUPTURES EFFECTUALLY CURED WITHOUT A TRUSS ! € antioii , —Sufferers are cautioned against useless imitations , by a self-styled doctor , who copies this announcement , and who also professes to cure deafness , with various other wonderful feats ; and to render the abominable deception more complete concocts ' testimouiah ' as glaringly truthless as they are numerous . The utter fallacy of these may , however bb easily detected by writing to the pretended authors , whom it will bo found are as spurious as the article they are intended to palm upon the public . DR . WALTER DE ROOS continues to supply the afflicted with his celebrated remedy for this alarming complaint , the great success of which , for many years past , re nders comment unnecessary . It is easy and painless in use , causing no iticonvenienceor confinement , and is equally applicable to every , variety of Rupture , in male or female of any age . The remedy , with full instructions for use , will be sent post free , to any part of the kingdom , on receipt of 7 s . for single rupture , and 10 s . for dctiWe rupture , in cash or by Post-office or . ler , payable at the llolborn office , to Walter de lloos , M . D ., 35 , Ely-place , Holborn-hill . I . ondmi , where he may be consulted daily from eleven till one , and five till eight ( Sundays excepted ) . ¦
Dit . CTJX . VSRWSLI ., AN THE PLEASURES OF HEALTH . \ J A series of popular works , Is ., each , by post Is . Cd . each , ENJOYMENT OF LIFE . 'Health , recreation , and rational use of time . ' Contents Early rising ; Spring and Summer mornings , Excursions about the Environs of Lo : « don—the Parks , Lanes , Hills , Forests , Fields , High-roads , and othsr pleasant places , Country Trips and Rsmbles ; the Sea ; London at Night-, Evenings at Home ; Music ; the Drama ; on Eating , Drinking , Sleeping , Bathing , Air , Rest , Ease , Occupation , < 5 sc . ii . and in .
. '• • ¦*" . . DR . GREER ' .- ' ii ] HUTCHESON STREET , GLASGOW ,:, ^ PR OFESSOR OF HYtJElkHISJ ^' < jAME 8 Gbeeb , Esq , M D . g ^ jj yg ^ mstltutlon , ' 11 , Hutcheson-street , Glasgow . ( nti . org _ HavinR proved the value of your excellent PiUs for ° ^!? MSta TO Own » uiitry , but ia 8 otaft ) rd 8 n <* mMi many years , not < Wff J "" the J best and Baf 68 t medicines to IVJFZXtSS Therefore , under this impression , I forward be h - ' MfflT & for Sfcr whlchsend value in Pills for me you a Post ° ttt < . euraerior * . , m per return ana 0 l » hge , rrt " , SS . 5 S ? £ S . « 4 »* « w sM " - * *^ Z ~** g ^ X £ X !& one thousand 1 times without con'ram Sed by . the disease , on fc « lAXovS . ^^ re fo ^ o ^ eathsi ,
Broilier Chartists Beware of Youthful Ten Shilling Quacks who imitate this Advertisement . PA mi * IN TME . « A « K , . bn AVEJr ,, liTfJfflBAOO , Kliciinmtisw , doiit , " lniUgcHtion , - l » ebilitr , . Stnctnve , Gleet , etc . CAUTBOIV . ^ -A youthful self-styled ten shilling doctor ( unblushing impudence being his only qualification ) is now advertising under the assumed name of an eminent physician , highly injurious imitationsof these medicines , and tv useless abbreviated copy ot Dr . De Koos "; celebrated Medical , Adviser , ( slightly changing its title ) : sufferers wilt therefore do well to see that the stamp bearing the prbprietor ' anaine , affixed to each bo > . and bottle is a tons fide g overnment ifriufr ( not n'Ww counterfeit ) , * n ^ to guard agamst the truthless stutemet to of . this individual , which are published only for the batest purposes of deception on invalids , and fraud on the Proprietor ^ . -
Pains in the Back , Gravel .-Rheumatism , Gout , Lum Pains in the Back , Gravel ,-Rheumatism , Gout , Lumhoo Indigestion ^ ¦ Debility ,- ^ rt ' flture ; Gleet , dee . JV > DR . B ARKER'S-PURIFIC PlL ^ c , have in hundreds of cases ' effected a cure : when all oth « - means had failed , and are now established , by the consen t of evert patient who has yet tried them , as also by the faccwi ibemsuv * . as the most safe and efficacious remedy ever discovered fa . *?» charges of any hind , retention of the urine ; and diseases of th » Kidneys and Urinary Organs generally , whether resulting from im prudence er otherwise , -which , if neglected , frequently md i „ " stone in the bladder , and a lingering death J' For Gout , ? c ; at ( Ca Rheumatism ; Tic Doloreus , Erysipelas . Dropsy , Scrofula , Los » J Hair or Teeth , Depression of Spirits , Mushing , incapacity for Society Study or Business , Confusion , Giddiness , Drowsiness , Sleep withouJ iiseu
IN SIX I / ANG 17 AG & 3 . ' FOUBTIETH . EDITION ) CONTAINING THE ItEMEDY FOR THE PRETENTION OP DISEASE . Illustrated by One Hundred Anatomical and Explanatory Coloured Engravings on Steel . On Physical Disqualifications , Generative Incapacity , andiuijwdunerit * to Marriage . A new and improved edition j enlarged to itftf pages , price 2 s . Gd . ; by post , direct from the Establishment , 8 s . fid . in postage stumps . V All Communications being strictly confidential the Authra have discontinued the publishing of Cases .
Northern Star (1837-1852), Jan. 10, 1852, page 2, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ns/issues/ns2_10011852/page/2/