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II LEWIS J. CIST'
They are jewels of the mind.
They ore tendrils of the heart,"
"With our being are entwin'd
Of our very selves a parti
They are records of our youth,
Kept to read in after years.
They are manhood's well of truth,
Filled with childhood's early tears,
(Like the low and plaintive morn
Of the night-wink 'mongst the trees,
Sweet to hear, though sad and lone,
Are those 'Olden Memories!'
Like the dim traditions, hoary,
Of our loved and nativo clime;
Xikesome half-forgotten story,
'Kead or heard in olden time.
Like the fresh'ning dews of even
To the parched and .hooping flower;
Like the peaceful thoughts of Heaven,
In life's tempest-shicken hour;
Like the cadence of a song,
Yet, oh. sweeter far than these.
Are the thoughts that round us throng
With those 'Olden Memoriesl
In the solitude of even,
"When the spirit, lone and dreary,
Turns from earth away to heaven,
As the refuge of the weary;
In the dreamy twilight hour,
When the world is still and calm,
And light zephyrs gently shower,
All their plcntilude of balm;
Oh, thcn.sweeter than perfume
Borne on aromatic breeze,
To the softened spirit come
Those dear 'Olden Memories?'
In our day of of mirth and gladness,
We may spurn their faint control;
But they come, in hours of sadness,
Like styeet music to the soul;
And in sorrow, o'er us stealing,
In their gentleness and calm,
They are leaves of precious healing,
They are fruits of choicest bain:
Ever, till thy soul departs
To its mansion in the ikies,
Cherish, in thy heart of hearts,
All thine 'Olden Memories,'
HE subscribers inform the public, that they
i .i Tt i t - i .l f
wave umeiuu ujuj jruiwiursuijj, unucr lue nrra
EYER & KEFFLEV:
and have just received from Philadelphia, and now
opened, at their JNiS VV a J'UKIS, .Vorthwest Cor
ner of Market and Maine Streets,Bloomsbiirg,
an entire new and cxtcnsivo assorment of
DRY GOODS&GROCERIES; HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, AND
Q UEENSFFK RE, $e.
which they offer for calo, on reasonable terms, as
4hcir prices are suited to the times. Among their
assortment wiu do touna
Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Satlinetts, and
various kinds of cloths Jor men's
Summer wear, Calicoes; Ging
Jiams; Cambrics; Muslins;
Silks: Muslin de lanes;
and various other articles
for Ladies' dresses; Shawls; Silk
and Cotton Handkerchiefs and Hose;
Bleached and Brtwn Domestic Muslins;
and a variety of other articles suitable for the season
and believed to be as good and complete an assort'
went as is usally found in country stores.
OCJCOUNTRY PRODUCE will bo received in
exchange, and OAon will not bo refused.
Our friends, and the public generally, aro re-
jueeieu to can anu examine lor themselves.
Bloomsburg, June 25, 1843. 9
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
"jfB E8PECTFULLY informs Jus friends and
MMj the public, that ho has purchased tho above
large and commodious well known House, lately
occupied by Samuel A. Brady, and having newy
fitted it up, and furnish d with Entire New Fur.
lilture, is now prepared to cntertaiu all who may
call on him in tho best manner. As bis!) Alt will al
ways he provided with the choicest of Liquors, and
n, i nr r ;.t. ii. . .1. .
jub uni.Ku wiiH me oest 1 no country mance ai
fords, he flatters hlmccli he shell be ublo to cive
general catisfaction to all who may favor him with
CalUwiMs, May 1643.
A NEW VOLUME.
MAV 1st, 1842.
THE SATURDAY POST.
A FAMILY SHEET.
Anew volume of the popular family newspaper
Saturday Evening Post, will be commenced
on mo first ot May, 1842, beautifjlly printed on
the finest white linen paper. Tho Post is tiio old
est and best established paper in the Union, having
already got to the commencement of the
While scores of papers which havo been started
in the last twenty-lhreo years, havo passed away
forever, tho i'ost still maintains its proud position
in point of ciiculation and profit, at tho head of the
family newspapers of tho day.
l tie great size or tho paper enables tuo proprie
tors to giro a greater variety of original and selected
matter than can bo found in cotcinporary sheets.
The paper has been greatly
JSdlargcd and Improved,
And now appears in handsome new type, and lias
received tho praise of many editors Df teste, as the
' handsomest family sheet in the Union! Our ef
forts havo been directed to tho combining nf beauty
and simplicity, with utili'.y an! taste. Tho Posr is
printed on stout whito paper, rendering it neat and
durablo for filing ; whiles in sizo it surpasses every
other weekly newspapea in Philadclpnii, and has
received Irom its colcmporaries tho Wo of
77te Philadelphia Mammoth.
Tho great size of tho paper enables us to givo all
impoitant Congressional proceedings at length, and
all reports and other important public documents
in lull, together with occasional Congressional
Speeches in full.
Tho Post is acknowledged to bo the hrst news
paper in tho country in the quantity and quality of
its original talcs, essays, poetry, and other matter.
The following contributors aro a warrant of its
T. 8. Arthur, author
ofThomas J. Beach
' I.emperance Pledge,'
J. Milton Sindcrs, author
of The Miami .valley'
and other Temperance
Lydia H Sigourney
E W Thomas, author o
Professor J. H. Ingrahami
author of 'Lafitte'Kid,'
Jesse E. Cow. author
the 'Log of' Old Iron
sides,' &c. &c.
Miss J Estclle
John G Whittier
Louis Fitzgerald Pasistro.
Misa L H W Essling
Mrs K F Nichols
Mrs Amelia B Welby
Miss E. Leslie,
N. P. Wilis,
J Ross Browne
Mrs. Emma O. Embury
Mrs. A. F. Annan
Mrs Mary H Parsons
Mrs Caroline F Orne
Mr M St Leon Loud
James H. Dana
Lewis J. Cist
Lydia Jane Picrson
Theo. S. Foy
Gcorgo P. Morris
Mrs Ann S Stephens
J T S Sullivan
Mrs E C Stcdman
Mrs Caroline Peo Hentz
Francis S. Osgood
Alfred B. Street
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 lor sometime past. The scene of
this novel is laid in America the subject is the
Duccam'crs. Such an opportunity to subscribe
should not be lost.
Original Stories appear in every number Qf.tbe.
Tho Post contains the greatest variety of Origl
nal Talcs, Sea Skctchks, Essays, Poetry, Songs,
Charades, biside the latest and best selections from
the Amcaican and English Magazines, and all the
other fountains of choico Original Literature.
It ts issued at tho old established Tate of Two
Jtollara per annum, Cash in advance, and may be
truly said, now that it is enlarged, to be tho
Cheapest papet in the Union.
As friends and neighbors often wish to clvb to
gether to facilitate remittances, wo offer to such, or
o any person who will secure us the names and
money, the following
Inducements to Clubs.,
3 copies for 6 dollars in advance post paid.
7 ... 10
It is to bo understood, that to cntitlo any person
to tho bcnelit ot the: above terms, all arrcar
ages must bo first paid, and the subrcriptions mus
be remitted in advance post paid.
Wo adhere to tho Cash system.
GEORGE R. GRAHAM & CO.
Third and Chesnut streets, Philadelphia'
At Bloomsburg, Col. Co.
APP & TICHNER.
fTTHEY would inform the citizens of Columbia
I County, that they havo commenced tho bust
essat tho above placo at tho public houso 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
ualitics, MANTLES, WINDOW and DOOR
SILLS, and DOOR FRONTS.
Also PAINT, BAR and HEARTH STONES.
Orders for Stono can beleft with D. GHOSS.who
wil act as Agent during our absence.
They constantly keep on hand a large lot of
Vermont, cgypuan and Italian iuaruie at tneir
.wholesale Marblo Yard at Sclins Grove, Union
Blooirnburg August 14, 1841. 10
NOTICE b hereby pivon to all thoso
indebted to the Estate of-Vil!amKitler de
ceased, cither on notoor book accounts, or
Vendue notes due, that payment must be
immediately made, otherwise the accounts
will be loft with a collector.
L. B. RUPERT. Admr.'
Dloomobnrg,Feb 6, 1841;
fTMHIS Recipe, obtained of an old Jew by a trav-
cllcr in the Eastern countries, bids fair to ha
of immense valuo to the Western world. Sinco
mis piaster lias been introduced into America,
every other plaster, salve, ointment or Iina-
mcnt has been discontinued by all who havo had an
opportunity of testing tho superior medical virtues
or tho Jew David's or Hebrew Plaster. Truth,
though simple, is powerful, and will prevail with an
enlightened community, over all tho puffings and
lictitious pthdavita i with which tho world is flooded,
Iho sterling worth of this plaster, is recognised, ap-
classes of society. One simultaneous burst of ap
i'""'! uso BuiHiiiuireu uv uiu ingiiust
probation arises from tho thousands who havo used
it, which shows, that when a remedy possesses high
ly intrinsic merits liko this, it does r.ot fail of re
ceiving the patronago of our intelligent public.
To be had at the stores of John ll.Moyer,Blooms
durg, Grim, Veer $ Derr, Washington, A. Miller,
Berwick, P. E. Vasttne, Danville, and J. St J. R.
Bo yc purified in your blood,
And Health will attend you.
The life of thi Flesh is in the Blttd."
Leviticus, c. xvh. xi.
HOW IS THE BLOOD TO BE PU
RIFIED ! 1
7i;-... r. i' t
Know jrom aciual experience that
DR. LEWS' S BLOOD PILLS,
A COMFONANT pAllT OF WHICH IS
Are the safest, best, and most effectual Pills
now in existence.
YOU MAY BE DECEIVED !
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
3 BOOD FXXiXiS,4
DR. LEIDYS BLOOD PILLS,
A COMFONANT PAUT OF WHIG
o k tjq a t a nir I A
i-ji-nsTittempteUby Quacks and Impostors to in
JS. troduco their vile and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their narno that of "BLOOD PILLS"
knowing that the Blood Pills manufactured by Dr.
tieidy have obtained the greatest reputation of any
run in existence, anu inniK uy sucn trickery to
impose upon tho public by selling theirs upon tho
popularity of Dr. Leidy's Blood Pills.
Tho public aro therefore particularly requested to
bo cautious when purchasing, to ask for Dr. LEI
DY'S BLOOD PILLS.
J he public are assured that Itr. Eeidu'a Blood
Pills are the safest, best, and most efficacious
of any note in use, containing neither Mercury or
tho Minerals, and may be employed by young and
old, male and femalo at all limes and under all
circumstances without fear from taking cold, ro
straint from diet in living or occupation.
In all cases where a purgation may bo necessary
these Pills will bo found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or SickneBS
of the Stomach, griping or any other unpleasant
Further comment is deemed unnecessary tho
numerous certificates published from time to timo
from Physicians and other individuals must have
convinced the incredulous, and tor the further in-
lormation ol all others, iJr.Leidy refers them to the
directions which accompany each Box.
They are prepare and sold.wholes.ilo and retail,
at Or. LEIBY'S UE.1T.ru EMPORIUM,
No. 191 JVOItTir SHCOA'Jf Street, below
Vine street, (sign of tho Golden Eaglo and Ser
pents.) Also sold at
Lutz's Health Emporium, Bloomsburg.
Nov 20, 1841. 30
I T C II I I T C H !
DR. LEIDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT An infallablo remedy for
various affections of the SKIN, removing
Pimples, Pastilles, and Eruption of the
SKIN, and particularly adapted to the cure
of TETTER and ITCH.
This ointment has been used in numer
ous schools throughout tho city and county;
as wcu as ractories, employing
girls and boys.and among whom Tetter and
Itch, as well as other Affections of tho Skin,
prevailed, with the most unexampled Suc
cess. Names of School Teachers, as well
as supcrintendants and Proprietors of Fac
toiies, could be given,confirming the above,
but for the delicacy they feel in having their
name.: published in connection with such
loathsome and disagreeable affections.
Prepared and sold at Dr. Leidy's Health
Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eagle and
No. 101 north sccondstreet.be-
low vine; also sold at
Lutz's Health Emporium,
' Nov 20.
ia nnw n enttlArl Tiftint Willi nil tlinen wlollflVP.
I ...i i'i,i l'min,. Till tw tliu
pre-eminently the best and most efficacious
PamilvMcdtctnc that has been yet used in Amcrl
co, if CVCry family could becomo acquainted with
their sovereign power over disease, they would
kcep them and bo prepared with a sure remedy to
appiy 0n tho first appearance of disease, and then
how much distress would bo avoided and money
Eavcd. as well os lives of thousands who aro hurried
out of time by neglecting diseaso in its first stages,
or bv not being in possession of a remedy which
iiicv can riiaco denendanco on. rrTAll wno wisn
to guard against sickness, should uso the Persian
pills freely, when needed : no injury can ensue, l
used from youth to old ago, when taken according
to tho directions.
Sold by J. It. Moyer, Bloomsburg, Grim, Deer $
Derr, Washington, J. J. R. Sharplcss, Calta
wissa, A, Miller, Berwich,and P. E. Vastine,Dac
villc. . lyv5 10
EYES TO THE
Formerly owned by D. S. TOBIAS, now
in the hands of E. LUTZ.
nas purcnaseu uie enuro oiocn oi
, T .1.- C.-t ,
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints
Varnishes, CJass, DycstufE s,
a recti onaric, &c. &c.
Formerly belonging to Mr. Tobias. And in ad
dition to tho former Stock may lie 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 the above
nrtir.lpB nra nnTticnlarlv invited to call nnd nricc the
articles in his Store before buying elsewhere as ho
is determined to sell as low, and by a little Jewing,
lower than can bo bought any where elso in tho
Tho Subscriber considers it hardly nocsmry to
mention tho aiticics m particular ns he is confident
that no one can come amiss by enquiring fo rany aiti
clo belonging to a Drug Store.
ji. Mctt-iiBiiM-nncrrjiysicians will find it
to their advantago to call and buy such articles as
they may stand in need of, as they shall bo accom-
mcdated at a very low percentage
In few words all aro respectfully invited to call,
see and judge for themselves
Bloomsburg, Nov. 13, 18il tf 29.
No. 64,Corner of IFulnut I'hxrd streets.
WE subscribcis return their sincere thanks to
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 prico to suit the
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 and repaired, Mu
sic and Periodicals bound to pattern. Ladio's scrap
books, Albums and Portfolios, of all descriptions
made to older. Binding done for Libraries, Instl-
tutions, Societies, &c. on advantageous Terms.
TO PlfflRHflNATA nil.'s Tnrno
TERS, RECORDERS, SHERIFFS,
MERCHANTS AND BANKS.
They are also prepared to manufacture
of every description, such as Dockets, Records
Cd Books, Vay-Boolts, Ledgers, Journals
Memorandums, Checl;-Uolls,&c. of tho finest
quality of Paper, (Robinson's Ivory Surfaced) in
a style equal to any madoin tho Cities of Philadel
phia or New York, on tho most reasonable terms.
Blink Wobk Ruli:d to ant Pattern.
CLYDE & WILLIAMS.
N. U. Old Books rebound with neatness and
despatch; also 1 lies of Papers,
iarrisburg, Marh 20, 1842. Cmo. 4fi.
All orders for binding.or for blank books,
left at this office, will be forwarded, and
returned as soon as completed.
H. WEBB, Agent.
Estate of fJ-uliam II, Petriken late of
JJloomsburg Columbia county deceased.
TsVTOTIOE is hereby given,that letters of admin
isiruuou on 1110 auove estate, nave been gran
ted by the Register of Columbia county to the sub
scribcr residing in Bloomsburg, who reqests all in
debted to said estate to inako immediate payment
and all having claims against it, to present them
properly authenticated lor settlement.
L.B. RUPERT, Adm't.
Btooaisburg, Much 13, 1642.
'Tell Chapman lo Cvow!"
ELECTION is over, and I have got a
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP,
or as tho boy said, a new fcoat made out of
daddy's old one, as I havo bought out Ma
nasseh Bowman's whole Slock, hook and
line, bob and sinker, and employed some
first rate workmen lo do the best of work
at the shorlest notico, for cash only I there
fore invite People wishing lo enjoy good
health and warm, dry feet lo call and try
N. B. None need como without the Pu
Col. B. S. Brockwav, Foremam
WANTED at tho above establishment,
wo or three good Journeymen, to whom
constant employment and liberal wages will
Berwick, November 0, 1812.
Dissoution or Partnership.
OT1CE is hereby given that tho Copartner.
snip ncretoloro existing under the firm of
O A- & O, G BROBST,
has this day, April 18, 1842, been dissolved by mu.
tual consent. All persons indebted to tho firm are
requested to scttlo their accounts with; and thosa
having claims against Ihofirm will present them for
settlcmct to C.G. BROBST.
C. G. BROBST,
C. A. BROBST.
N. B, Tho business will oo carried on by C. G.
BROBST, who solicits a continuance of public pa.
CCfThe BOOKS and NOTES of O.A.BROBSr
will bo placed in the hands of Joseph Brobst, Esq.
lor collection, rcrsons wishing to save cost will
plcaso call and settle their accounts,
C. A. BROBST.
ORANGEVILLE; Col. Co.
By J, . 81 iighcs-
HE subscriber informs his friends, and ths
public generally, that having taken the abova
well known stand, and fitted it up in good stylo,
he is now prepared to entertain company in the best
manner. His BAR will always bo furnished with
tho best of Liquors, his table with tho best the mar
kctt afford, and having good stabling and attentivo
hos lers, lie. solicits a share of public patronage, and
flatters himself ho shall bo able to give general sat
JOSEPH C. HUGHES.
Orangcvillc, May 1842.
N pursuance uruu order of tho Orph
of Columbia Countv. on
cr.ursaay IfUxOth day of June next,
at ten o'clock in the forencon, William J. lkttcr
administrator, fr. of J ACOB ALE, late of Mount
Pleasant towncosp, inlaid county, deceased, will
cxposo to salo by public vendue, upon tho premises
of tho north end of a certain tract of land situate in
Mount i'leasant adjoining Daniel Force, Dauicl
McCarty, Edward Cavcnce and William Ikclcr,
contaiuing 90 acres, about 40 acres of cleared land
on the premises but no buildings, lato tho estate f
said deceased, situsto in tho township of Mount
Pleasant and county aforesaid.
JACOB EYERLY, Clerk.
Danville, Map 4,1842, 2
fCyThe salo of the above estate is ad
journcd to Saturday, the 16th July, 1842.
WILLIAM J IKELER
Y virtue of a writ oftcs lib fa to Columiia
county, will bo exposed to public salo at tho
Court Houso in Donvilte.on Monday, tho 25th day
of July, inst, at 10 o'clock, A. M. tho following pio
A CERTAIN TRACT OP LAND SITUATE
on Caltawissa Creek, in Mifflin township, Colum
bia County, containing
more or less, adjoining land of B- Hublcy, John
Snyder, and others. Whereon is oreeted a SAW
MILL, two LOG HOUSES, two Log Barns.
Seized, taken in execution, and to bo sold as tho
property of David Davis.
JOHN FRUIT, Sheriff-
biiF.nirr s urncc, Danville,
Julv 1, 1M2. 4t.
Dissoution of Partnership.
"JiVrOTICE i hereby given, that the CopaitnM
ship heretofore existing undor the firm of
R. & J. STAMBACII.
has this day, May 10, 1842, been dissolved by mu
tual consent. All persons indebted to the firm, are
requested to settle their accounts with, and those
having claims against tho firm will present them
for settlement to, J. STAMBACII.
N. B. The business will bo carried on by JA
COB STAMBACII, who solicits a continuance of
(CThe Books and JVbtes of Reuben Slant'
bach will be placed in the hands of Joscjih Brobst,
Esq, for collection. Persons wishing to save coat
will please call and settle their accounts.