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" 4 LOVE THE MAN.
1 lore Hie man who ealmly rest
When wealth and friends are gone,
Who peace and love.those heavenly guesti ,
Securely makes his ownl
Who never lo6ltBto earth for bliss:
What treaures in the skies;
To whom keen soirow's dark abyss,
Brings no opptessivc sighs.
I love the man who kindly bears
The haughty tyrants frown:
Alike to friend and'foe he wears
The look of calm -renown.
"The proud contempt, the graceless -slighti
Do not affect his soul!
'He's firmer in the truth and right
As passion's billows 'roll.
ii love the man who 'freely gives,
As heaven has blessed his store
Who shares the gifts that he receives
With those who need them more;
Whose melting heart of pity moves
O'er sorrow and distress
' Of all his friends who mostly loves
The poor the fatherless:
'Ilovo the -man -who scorns to be
To name, or sect a slave
"Whose soul is like the, sunshine, free
Free as the'ocean wave;
"Who, when he sees oppression wrong
Speaks'out in thunden tones,
"Who feels, with truth that ho is strong
To grapple e'en with thrones.
1 love the man who shuns to do
An action mean or low
"Who will a nobler-course pursue
To etranger, friend, or foe
"Who seeks forjusiice not for gain,
Is merciful and kind
'Who ne'er will give a needless pain
In body or in mind,
I love the man whose only boast
Isjwisdora, virtue; right;
Who feels, it truth is ever lost,
His honor ha a blight;
rVho ne'er evades bylook or sight
la every place the same;
Rethinks the -glories are divine
'Which cluster round his name. '
WAV 1st, 1842.
THE SATURDAY POST.
jl FAMILY SHEET.
A new volume of the popular family newspaper,
JL. Saturday evening rosi, mil bo commenced
on the first of May, 1842, .beautifjlly printed 'on
the finest white linen paper. The Post is the old
est and best established paper hi the Union, having
already got to the commencement ol Uie
While scores of papers which havo been started
in lho last twentv-thrco years, have passed away
'forever, the Post still maintains its proud position
in point of ciiculation and profit, at tho head of the
family newspapers ot the uay.
Tho ercat size of the paper enables the propric'
tors to give a greater variety of original and selected
matter than can bo found in cotemporary sneets,
Tho paper has been greatly
Edlarged and Improved,
And now appears in handsome new type, and has
received tho praise of many editors of teste, as the
' handsomest family sheet in the Union.' Our ef
forts havo been directed to tho combining of beauty
and simplicity, with utility an taste. The Posr is
printed on' stout whito paper, rendering it neat and
i t- e i ' l !.
auraoie ior uuug , wuue hi izo ii Binjjuaaco c-fvijr
other weekly newspapca in Philadelpnia, and has
received from its cotepiporaries the tilo of
The Philadelphia Mammoth.
The crcat size of the paper enables us to give all
imnoilant Congressional proceedings at length, and
all reports and other important public documents
iin full, together with occasional Congressional
Speeches in full.
The Post is acknowledged to bo the hrst news
paper in the country in the quantity and quality of
its original talcs, essays, poetry, and other matter.
Tho following contributors aro a warrant of its
T. 8. Arthur, author ofiThomas J. Beach
fVIILS Recipe, obtained of an old Jew by "a trav
( Tc Chapman t o ro w
' ELECTION is over, and I have got a
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP,
or as tho boy said, a new Fcoal made out of
daddy's old one, as I have bpuglit out M4l
isseh Bowman's wholo Stock, hook and'
i line, bob and sinker, and employed soma
r....i i - 1. . .1. 1. I . r .
uici i iic wuinmcii iu uu uie ucm ui WOrfc
at the shortest notice, for cash only I there.
t r ?. - r i t
lore inviie i eopio wisiung to enjoy good.
! health and warm, dry feet to call and try
N. B. None need come without the Pu.
Col. B. S. Brockway, Foreman.
WANTED at tho above establishment,
wo or three good Journeymen, to whom
constant employment and liberal wages will
Berwick, November G, 1842.
My hands is like the rosos.
My teeth as black as get;
My boots they pinch my toeses
And my lips have never mef
My footsteps have no lightness,
For 1 am parrot toed;
I never rode a horse but once.
And that time, I was throwed
SAtk me why, I send yon hero
This firstling of the inlant years,
-Ask me why, I send you
This primrose all bepeail'd with dew
I will stait whisper in your ears,
The sweets of love are wash'd with tears.
Ask me why, this flow'r doth show
So sickly, green and yellow too:
Ask me, why, the stalk is weak
And bending, though it doth not break,
I must tell you, these discover
What doubts and fears are in a lover.
' Lempcrance Pledge,'
and other Temperance
Professor J. H. Ingraham
author of Lafitte.'Kid,'
Jesse E. Dow,
the 'Log of Old Iron
sides,' j ice. &c.
Louis Fitzgerald PasUtro,
R. M. Walsh,
Miss E. Leslie,
N. P. Wilis,
Mrs. Emma C. Embury
Mrs. A. F. Annan
James H. Dana
Lewis J. Cist
Lydia Jano Picrson
Theo. S. Fay
George P. Morns
Francis S. Osgood
Alfred B. Street
Milton Sindcrs, author
of 'The Miami Valley'
S u Anderson
Lydia II Sigourney
E W Thomas, author of
author ofC Thercse Clarke
Miss J Estelle
John G Whitticr
Misa lH W Essling
Mrs R F Nichols
Mrs Amelia B Welby
J Ross Browne
Mrs Mary H Parsors
Mrs Caroline F Ome
Mrs M St Leon Loud
Mrs Ann 8 Stephens
MrsE C Stcdman
Mrs Carolino Pee Hentz
BY yirtue of a writ of.al. levari facias to me
directed, will be exposed to public sale at the
"Court Houscin Danville,on Saturday, the!l5th'day
f. June next, t 10 o'clock, A.M. the following pio
pnty, viz i
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR
yieco of ground situate In Liberty township, in the
county of Columbia, and state of Pennsylvania,
adjoining lands of William Campbell, Robert Si
mon.on, and lands of John McWilliams, boginning
at a stump, a corner of lands ol Kobison and ei
nionton, thence by lands of Simon ton, Dcarmond
na Campbell;Nerth seventy-seven and one-hall de
grees East, sixteen perches to a post, thenoe south
thirty-eight and -one half degrees East, right perch
es to a post, thence south sevtnty one degrees east,
ten perches to a post, tlienoo south forty six and a
half degrees east, eight perches to a post, thence
' south seventy-one degrees cast, ten perches to a
;-jost, and north fifteen ana one.fourth degrees west,
eight perches to a'-Chesnut oak, thenco south -eight
degrees, forty perches, to a post, and north seventy
five degrees cast, eighty-two perches and 5-10thsof
a perch to a stone heap, thence by lands of the
said John M' Williams, north forty seven degrees
-weit, one hundred and twenty perches to a
'thence by lands of Jtobrrt Simonton, south thirty
ifour and a half degrees wcst.one hundred and thirteen
perches and 5 Oths of a perch to the pUce of be
ginnining, containing -fifty aeres strict measure,
ikaown as tbe'Liberty -Furnace;
Four -carcoal Kilns,
ONE COAL HOUSE AND BRIDGE
Tho publishes havo made an arrangement, in ad
dition far a n
from the pen of H. W. Herbert, Esq. author of
Cromwell,' ' The Brothers,' &c. which they have
been publishing for sometime past. The scene of
this novel is laid in America the subject is the
Buccanfers. Such an opportunity to subscribe
should not bo lost.
Original Stories appear in every number of tho
paper, with original articles upon all subjects.
Tbo -Post contains the greatest variety of Origl
nal Tales, Sea Sketchks, Essays, Poetry, Songs,
Charades, btside the latest and best selections from
the Ameaican and English Magazines, and all tho
other fountains of choice Original Literature.
It ts issued at the old established rate of Two
Dollars per annum, Cash in advance, and may bo
truly said, now tuat it is enlarged, to no me
Cheapest papet in the Union.
As friends and neighbors often wish to clvb to-
gether to facilitate, remittances, we offer to such, or j
o any person who will secure us tho names and
money, the. following
Inducements to Clubs,.
8 copies for 5 dollars in advance post paid.
7 ... 10
It is to be understood, that to entitle any person
to the benefit of thoj abovo terms, all arrear
ages must be first paid, and tho subrcriptions must
be remitted in advance post paid.
We adhere to tho Cash system.
GEORGE R. GRAHAM & CO.
Third and Chesnut streets, Philadelphia-
TTT is now a settled point with all those wiu nave
cller in the Eastern countries, bids fair to bo USed the Vegetable Persian l'tlls, that they
of immense value to the Western world. Since are pre-eminently tire best and most efficacious
this plaster has been introduced into America, FamiltMedtcine that has been yet used in Amcri-
every other plaster, salve, ointment or lina- ra. If every family could become acquainted with
ment has been discontinued by ill who have had on their sovereign power over disease, they would
opportunity of testing tho superior medical virtues kCPp them and be prepared witn a sure remcay io
of tho Jew David's or Hebrew Plaster. Truth. nn1o nn tlm first annearancc of disease, and then
though simple, is powerful, and will prevail with an how much distress would bo avoided and money
enlightened community, over all tho puffings and saved, as well ns lives of thousands who are hurried
fictitious affidavits with which the world is Hooded. out of liino by neglecting disease in us mat stages,
The sterling worth of this plaster, is rcsogniscd, ap- or by not being in possession of a remedy which
predated, and its use sanctioned by the highest they can place dependence on. 0"AI1 who wish
classes of society. Uno simultaneous burst ol ap- to guard against sickness, should use tne i crsian
probation arises from tho thousands who have used pUig freely, when needed : no injury can ensue, l
it, which shows, that when a remedy possesses lugn- used from youth to old age, wncn taKen accoroing
ly intrinsic merits like this, it docs not fail of ro- to tho directions.
ccivmg tho patronage ot our intelligent public. goU b j jj;oyer) Bloomsburg. Grim, Veer fr
To be had at the stores of John R.Moyer,Blootns D ashineton, J. J. R- Sharpless, Catta
durg, Grim, Veer A Derr, Washington, A. Miller, . . mff Berwicl:,and P. E. Vasline,Dao-
Uentitck, i 12. Vastlne, Vanvule, ana J.if J. if. wyt lyv5 10
Be yo purified in your blood,
And Health will attend you.
The life of thi Flesh is in the Blood."
JjEVITICUS, C. XVII. XI.
HOW IS THE BLOOD TO BE PU-
RIFIED 1 1
Thousands can answer this question who
know Jrom actual experience that
DR. LEWS' S BLOOD PILLS,
A COMPONANT PART OF WHICH IS
Are the safest, best, and most offbctual Pills
now in existence.
LEST YOU MAY BE DECEIVED !
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
Bissottfiou of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Copartner
ship herctoforo existing under the firm of
O A- & O, G BROBST,
has this day, April 18, 1842, been dissolved by niu
tual consent. All persons indebted to the f.rm are
requested to settle their accounts with; Hnd those
having claims against the firm will present them for
scttlemct tu U.U. UKUUST.
C. G. BROBST,
C. A. BR0BSI
N. Ii. The business will do carried on by C.G,
BROnST, who solicits a continuance of public pa-tronagc-
(Tj-The BOOKS and NOTES of C.A.l)R0B8r-
will bo placed in the hands of Jocph Brobst, Esq.
for collection. Persons wishing to save cost will
plcaso call and settle their accounts.
C. A. BROBST.
DR. LEIDTS BLOOD PILLS,
A COMPONANT PART OF VHIC
IT is attempted by Quacks and Impostors to in
troducc their vile and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their name that of "BLOOD PILLS"
knowing that the Blood Pills manufactured bv Dr.
Leidy havo obtained the greatest reputation of any see and judgo for themselves.
Formerly owned by D. S. TOBIAS, now
in the hands of E. LUTZ.
has purchased tho cntiro Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints
Varnishes, Gass, Dyestuff s,
a f ecti onavic, &c. &c.
Formerly belonging to Mr. Tobias. And in ad
dition to the former Stock may bo had a new and
splendid assortment of all articles belonging to his
lino of business, just received from Philadelphia.
AH persons wishing to purchase any of tho above
articles aro pailicularly invited to call and price the
articles in his Store before buying elsewhere as he
is determined to sell as low, and by a littln Jewing,
lower than can bo bought any where elso in the
Tho Subscriber considers it hardly nccssary to
mention tho aiticles in particular ps he is confident
that noonocan come amiss by enquiring fo rany aiti
clo belonging to a Drug Store.
N. B. Merchants and Physicians will find it
to their advantage to call and buy 6uch articles as
they may stand m need of, as they shall be accom
modated at a very low percentage.
In few words all aro rcspectluliy invited io can,
TTN pursuance 'of an order of the Orphans' Court
JL ot uoiumuia bounty, on
Thursday the 30th day of June next,
at ten o'clock in the forcneon. William J. hlr
riensaru towncosD. in saiu couniv. tie ceased. n
. - . t
1 1 tu it ; T . i n.
! r r i t .. e ttfn' . n i
on uie nremiEcs nui no Dumnnzs. late mo cubic
Pleasant and county aforrsnM,
f 4 nni) pvput if nh.l.
ianvinc, map io,
ORANGEV1LLE, Col. Co.
Ey J, . Hughes-
Bloomsburg, Nov. 13, 1841
Pills in existence, and think by such trickery to
impose upon tho public by selling theirs upon tho
popularity of Dr. Leidy 's Blood Pills.
Tho public are therefore particularly requested to
be cautious when pnrchasing, to ask for Dr. LEI
DY'S BLOOD PILLS.
The public are assured that Dr. Zeidu's Jtlood
Fills are the Kafetl. best, nml most efficacious
of any note in use, containing neither Mcrcuiy or I0. M,eorner 0J trainui J nra streets.
IHE subscriber informs his friend?, mi
public Generally, that having taken the aw
via nuunii iuiiU mm 11 v iuu 1 1, ui i --,
1 . . .
; IV UliUIU. Ullll 11UV1I1LT UULHJ blUljllllU UIIU utib.
hosiers, he solicits a sham of nub ic natronace.i
flatters himself ho shall bo able to give general
Orangeville, May 1842.
At Bloomsburg, Col. Co.
AFP & TXCHBR.
THEY would inform the citizens of Columbia
County, that they havo commenced the bust
rceat the abovo place at the public house of E.
HOWELL, where they are prepared to manufac
ture to order, in tho neatest, best, and most durable
manner, MONUMENTS, TOMB-TABLES,
qEAD and FOOT STONES, of all sizes and
ualities. MANTLES. WINDOW and DOOR
SILLS, and DOOR FRONTS.
Also-PAINT, BAR and HEARTH 8 TONES.
Orders for Stone can beleft with D. GROSS.who
wil act as A cent during our absence.
Thev constantly keen on hand a large lot of
Vermotrt.EEVDfian and Italian Marble at their
wholesale Marble Yard at Selias Grove, Union
Bloomsburg August H, 1841. 1 6
the Minerals, and may be employed by young and
old, male and female at all limes and tinder alt
circumstances without fear from taking cold, ro
straint from diet in living or occupation.
In all cases where a purgation may be necessary
these Pills will bo found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or Sickness
of the btomach. griping or any other unpleasant
Further comment is deemed unnecessary tho
numerous certificates published from time to time
from I'hysicnns and other individuals must have
convinced tho incredulous, and for tho further in
formation of all others, iJr.Leidy refers them to the
directions which accompany each Box.
i hey are prepare' and solu.wnoles.ilo and retail,
at Dr. tiKlU V'H III'.IIj TJX EMI' OJIIU.V,
No. 191 JVOllTMt SJ1COJYD Street, below
Vine street, (sign of tho Golden Eagle and Scr
pents.) Also sold at
miz s Health emporium, utoomiourg,
Nov 20, 1841, 30
NOTICE ia hereby eiveri to all those
indebted to the Estate of William Ritlerde
ceased, eilher on note or book accounts, or
also, $wral veins cflron'Ori. art) opened .jm't Vndn notes due. that navmcnt must be
w. , . "1 Immediately made, othenvise the accounts
rfHBMad4trn in ATpf-ulmn. nrt to Lo sola fia inc.! . " . . '
Srty cfSird r.ton, with notie iv terra te- will be left with a collector.
iCenvillt, MtS7, 1843, Bloomibnig,tD o, itwi!
u, corner vi rr uiiui i- a uiniouii.u. oTirriTlVTiriCi M A IT TC
HE subscribes return their sincere thanks to Jt&B!il& aJr ff. JSAIuJCit
TETTER! TETTER !
ITCH! ITCH I
DR. LEIDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT. An infallahlo remedy for
various allections ol tho blUJM, removing
Pimples, Pastulcs, and Eruption of the
SKIN, and particularly adapted to the cure
of TETTER anil l i qrl.
This ointment has been used in numer
ous schools throughout the city and county;
as well as Factories, employing numerous
girls and boys,and among whom Tetter and-
Itch, as well as other Allections ol thebkin,
prevailed, with tho most unexampled Sue
cess. Names of School Teachers, as well
as superintendents and Proprietors of Fac
tories, could be given.confirming the above,
Vmtfor tho delieacy they feel in having their
name published in connection with such
loathsome and disagreeable affections
their friends for the favors so liberally bestow
ed on them, and beg leave to assure them that no
efforts shall be wanting on their part to merit a
continuance of their patronage, both in reference to
workmanship and cheapness of price to suit tho
It is highly advantageous to Gentlemen and In
stitutions having Libraries, to apply direct to the
Binder, making at least a saving of 10 to 20 per
cent, and sometimes more.
All descriptions of Binding neatly executed.
Gentlemen's Libraries fitted up und repaired, Mu
sic and Periodicals bound to pattern. Ladio'a scrap
books, Albums and Portfolios, of all descriptions
made to older. Binding done'for Libraries, Insti
tutions, Societies, &c. on advantageous Terms.
TO PRORHONOTARIES. REGIS
TERS. RECORDERS, SHERIFFS,
MERCHANTS AND BANKS.
They aro also prepared to manufacture
BLAHK WOEZ ,
of every description, such as Dockets, Hecords,
Heed Hooks, Duy-llooUs, Ledgers, Journals,
Memorandums, Chcck-llolls, &c. of the finest
quality of Paper, (Robinson's Ivory Surfaced) iu
a style equal to any madein the Cities of Philadel
phia or New York, on the most reasonable terms.
Blank. Wouk Rclkii to ant Pattern.
CLYDE & WILLIAMS.
N. B. Old Books rebound with neatness and
dospatch; also Files of Papers,
arrisburg, Marh 20, 1842. flmo. 48.
All orders for binding, or for blank books,
left at this office, will be forwarded, and
- returned as soon .as completed.
II WEBB, Agent.
Estate of William II. Petriken late' of
Bloomsburg Columbia county deceased.
"OTJCE is hereby given.that letters of admin
istration on tho abovo estate, have been gran
rccted, will bo exposed to public sale, t
Court House, in Danville, on Monday the I
.i .ft . . i , Hi. in
ing property, viz :
Air 'PL. Am nDiimiiM ipwn KTfiKl
. . .... .. . 1- -CUMe
in the town of Danville, in said counly
lumbin. ontainin in front on said Allll
n.-irlh liml Inl nf Hnn. Wm. Donaldion 01
bUUVIl,UUU U1U lUfc Ur IML'CU I1 UIUU1IU
nnn.rlin.nl In lliAfni.l knil.llntr Ah &IsO tb'
lerest thereon from tho loth day ol ycccui
.Seized and taken in execution, and tobes
the property of Charles L. Sholes ina "
t uyiui, MuiuuuBiraiorrj oi i.jiquii
imiM f nntT Shtr
SnrntFr's Oivice, ?
Danville, May 20, 1842. 5
TOTICE is hereby given,
Di-oniror on1 cnlM nl Ti . T.otrlif' IToalili tiil hv tlift Ifcffistcr of Columl'in coiintv tn the Eiih I
& V inibM Hit" aivmj a iivuiMi j o' " J I 1)1)1 if Tift t fill flfP
Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eagle and scrilr residing in Bloomsburg, who rcqe6t all in " """"S"-
HnrAo-nt.Mn. ml nnril, ennnn,! ..iri l,n. ueutcu to saiu estate to maKo immeuiaio payment. TTlhtJIOOU
, . . ,,, . ' and all having claims against it, to present thiol bash will be
inw viiici a au bum i . ...t .. ..I .
that the Cof
ship heretofore existing under the nro
R. & J- STABIBACH-
has this dav. Mav 10. 1842. been dissoi"" '
tuai consent. All persons inaeoieu -.
requested to settle their accounts with,
having claims against the firm will pres
v. BUVIICUiCllb W, J. OX AiUUHW"' ,r
ei. u. i ne misiness win db -
Luix's Health Emporium, Bloomsburg,
Nov. 20. mil. 30
properly authenticated for settlement.
L. B. RUPERT, Adm'r,
Djoomsburg, March IS, 1842.
i , .1 i , r wnr.tra
piscea in me nanus ui
Eiq, for collection. Persons with'. J W
will PIMM call tni salt a their tccoun- ,
" - ' - r.M a U1II