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THE FUTURE LIFE.
How shall I know thee, in the sphere which
The disembodied spirits of the dead.
When all of.theo that time could wither
And perishes among Iho dust wo tread.
For I shall feel Iho string of ceaseless pain
If thcro I meet thy gentle presenco not;
Nor hear tho voico I love, nor read again
In thy eerenest eyes 1he tender thought.
Will not thy own meek heart demand mo
That heart whoso fondest throbs to me
My name on earth was ever in thy prayer,
Shall it bo banished -from thy tongue in
In meadows fanned by heaven's life-breathing
In the resplendence of that glorious sphere.
And larger movements of tho unfeiterred
Wilt thou forget the love that join'd us
The love that lived through all. the stormy
And meekly with my harsher nature bore,
And deeper grew; and tenderer to the last,
Shall it expire with life.and be no more?
A happier lot than mine, and larger light
Await tho there, for thou hast bow'd thy
Id cheerful homage to the rulo of right,
And lovest all.and renderest goed for ill
For me, the sordid cartes in which I dwell,
Shrink and consume tho heart as heat
And wrath hath left its ear that firo of hell
Has left its rightful scar upon my soul.
Yet though thou wearcst the glory of the
Wilt thou keep the same beloved name,
The same fair, thoughtful brow, and gentle
Lovelier in heaven's sweat climate, yet
Shalt thou not teach me, in thai, calmer
The wisdom that I learn'd so ill in this
The wisdom which is love till I become
Thy fit companion in that land of bliss!
Who' with s bold, assuming mien,
Loves with the ladies to be seen,
Though from the country fiesh and green?
Who, when lie speaks will give you pain
To see how little is in his brain
And yet so graceful with his cane?
Who loves to go to ball or fair.
With curly locks and oily hair,
To neet the pretty damsel there?
Who is to his own weakness blind
ThinkB it betrays a noble mind
To have his .kerchief float behind?
Who goes to church on Sabbath day,
His dress and figure to display,
And nod to ladies gracefully!
Who, when he is near is always kaown
By fumes of musk or strong cologne
Their boirowed accents to hAo Wis ownT
And who through all his life will bo
The laughing stock for men to see
An empty puff of vanity!
BY CUAKLES SWAIK.
Forgive and forget! why tho world would be
The garden a wilderness left to deform:
If the flowers but remembered tho chilling
And fields gave no verdureor fear of
Ob, still in thy loveliness emblem the
Give the fragrance of feeling to sweeten
And prolong not again the brief clouds of
With tears that but darken tho rest f the
Forgive and Forget! there's no breast so
But some gentle thoughts of affection
And the best of all require something con
Seme heart that with smiles can forget
Then away with the clouds from those
That brow was no home for such brows
to have met,
Oh, how could our spirit e'er hope for the
if Heaven refused to Forgive andJForget'
WHEREAS, the Honorable Ellis Lewis,
resident of the Courts of the Over and
Terminer and General Jail delivery, Court of Quar
ter Sessions of the Peace, and Coutt of Common
Picas and Orphans' Court, in the eighth judicial
district, composed of the counties of Northumber
land, Union, Columbia and Lycoming; and the
Hon. William Donaldson and George Mack, Esq
quires, Associate Judges in Columbia county, have
ibouuu tutuf ytroupi ucanng uaie me oia nay oi
April in the vcar of our Lord ono thousand eieht
hundred and forty-two, and to sue directed, for hold'
A Court of Oyer and Terminer, and Gen
eral Jail Delivery, Ueneral Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, Common Pleas
and Ornhan's Court.
IN DANVILLE, in the County of Columbia,
uie uiird Monday jf Aurmst. next ( bcine the
Gthday) and to continuo two weeks.
Notice is therefore hercbv niven to tho Coroner.
the Justices of tho Peace, .and Constables of the
said county of Columbia., that they bo then and
thcro in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock in tho
forenoon of said day, with their records, Inquisi
tions. and other remembrances, to do thoso things
which to their offices appertain to bo dono. And
those that aru bound by recognizances, to prose
cute against tho prisoners that are or may he in tho
Jail of said county of Columbia, arc to be then and
mere to prosecute against them, as snail be lust,
Jurors are requested to bo punctual in their attend'
once, agreeably to their notices.
Doted at Danvillc,tho 8th day of July, in tho
year ot our Lord one thousand eight hun'
drcd and forty-two, and in the GCthyear of tho
independence of tho United States of Ameri
ca. JOHN FRUIT. Sheriff.
SnEniFr' OmcilDanvillo,i ?
Juiy b, i4z.
ZS FORTHCOMING 1 1
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'ubllshcr Boston Notion.
' Notion office, Boston, June 1, 1842.
'The postage on this sheet win bq ouly one cent
under a hundred miles, and 1 1-2 cents over 100
miles as it will be printed as a newspaper, Extra
mvtwn iuaarupiry jtiduwi.
THE subscriocrs inform the public, that they
havo entered into Partnership, under tho firm
"ESTER & HEFFLEV;
and havo just rccel fed from Philadelphia, and now
opened, at their JNJBW SJ OitB, JYortlitceslCor-
ner of Market ami Maine Streets, nioomslurg,
an entiro new and extensive assormcnt of
DRY GOODS,ftGROG'ERIES; HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, AND
Q UEENSWk RE, S,-c.
which they offer for sale, on reasonablo tenns, 09
heir prices are suited to tho times. Among their
assortment will bo found
Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Sattinelts, and
various kinds of cloths Jor hum's
Summer wear, Calicoes; Ging
hams; Cambrics; Muslins;
Silks: Muslin de lanes;
and various other articles
for Ladies1 dresses; Shaiols; Silk
and Cotton Handkerchiefs and Hose;
Bleached and Brown Domestic Muslins;
and a variety of other articles suitable for tho season
and believed to be as good and complete an assort
ment as is usally found in country stores.
OjfCOUNTRY PRODUCE will bo received in
exchange, and CASH will not bo refused.
Our friends, and die public generally are re
quested to call and cxainino for themselves.
Bloorasbu rg, Juno 25, 1842. 9
Bo ve purified in your blood,
AnJ Health will attend you.
The life of thi Flesh is in the Blood."
Leviticus, c. xvh. xi.
HOW IS THE BLOOD TO BE PU
RIFIED ! !
TJwusands can answer this question who
know from acjual experience that
DR. LEI DSPS BLOOD PILLS,
A COJIPONANT PAUT OF WHICH IS
Are the safest, best, and most effectual Pills
now in existence.
IiEST YOU MAY BE DECEIVED i
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
to-BOOS FILLS, -en
DR. LEIDYS BLOOD PILLS,
A COMPONANT PART OF WHIG
IT is attempted by Quacks and Impostors to in
troduce their vile and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their name that of "BLOOD PILLS"
knowing that the Blood Pills manufactured by Dr.
Lcidy have obtained the greatest reputation of any
Pills in existence, and think by such trickery to
impose upon the public by selling theirs upon tho
popularity of Dr. Lcidy's Blood Pills.
The public are therefore particularly requested to
bo cautious when purchasing, to ask for Dr. LEI
DY'S BLOOD FILLS.
Tho public are assured that Dr. Eddy's Stood
Pills are the safest, best, and most efficacious
of an) note in use, containing neither Mercury or
tho Minerals, and may be employed by young and
old, malo and female at all timet anil tinder all
circumstances without fear from taking cold, ro
strain! from dlel In living or occupation.
In all cases whero a purgation may bo. necessary
these Pills will bo found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or Sickness
of the Stomach, griping or any other unpleasant
Further comment is deemed unnecessary the
numerous certificates published from time to time
from P-hysicfcns and other individuals must have
convinced tho incredulous, and for the further in
formation of all others, Dr.Leidy refers them to the
directions which accompany each Box.
They are prepare' and sold.wholcsjlo and retail,
at lir. JCEXIi VH HF.JII. TU EMI ORIUM,
No. 101 JYOHTir sncoJYJf Street, below
Vine street, (sign of the Golden Eaglo and Ser
penis.) Also sold at
Lutz's Health Emporium, Bloomslurg.
Nov 20, 1811. 30
IT CHI ITCH!
DR. LEIDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT. An infallablo remedy for
various affections of tho SKIN, removing
Pimples, Pastules, and Eruption of the
SKIN, and particularly adapted to the euro
of TETTER and ITCH.
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 Affections of the Skin,
prevailed, with tho most unexampled Suc
cess. Names of School Teachers, as well
as superinlendants and Proprietors of Fac
tones, could be given, confirming the abovo,
but for the delicacy they feci in having their
names published in connection with such
loathsome and disagreeable affections.
Prepared and sold at Dr. Leidv's Health
Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eaglo and
Serpcants,) No. 101 north second street,bc-
low Vine; also sold at
EYES TO THE
Formerly owned by D. S. TOBIAS.
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends, and
the aublic generally, that ho has just receiv
ed from Philadelphia, a new and extensivo assort
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints
Tarnishes, Gass, DyestulPs,
Conrcclionarics, fcc. fcc.
which, in addition to his former stock, comprises a
complete assortment of articles in his line of business.
All persons wishing to purchase any of tho above
articles aro particularly invited to call and prico tho
articles in his Storo beforo buying elsewhere as ho
is determined to sell as low, and by a liltln Jewing,
lower than can be bought any whero else in tho
The Subscriber considers it hardly nccssary to
mention tho articles m particular as ho is confident
that no one can como amiss by enquiring fo rany aiti
clo belonging to a Drug Store.
N. B. Merchants and Physicians will find it
to their advantago to call and buy such articles as
they may stand in need of, as they shall bo accom
modated at n very low percentage.
In few words all aro respectfully invited to call,
sco and judge for themselves.
Bloomsburg, July 1C, 1842. tf 29.
No. M,corner of Walnut Third streets.
THE subscribers return their sinccro thanks to
their friends for tho favors, so liberally bestow
ed on them, and beg leave to assure them' that no
efforts shall bo 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 tho
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. Lndio'a scrap
books, Albums and Portfolios, of all descriptions
mado to order. Binding dono for Libraries, Insti
tutions, Societies, &c. on advantageous Terms.
TO PRORHONOTARIES, REGIS
TERS, RECORDERS, SHERIFFS,
MERCHANTS AND BANKS.
They are also prepared to manufacture
of every description, such as ltockcts'i Records
Deed Boohs, VaymUootcs, ledgers, JTournah
Memorandums, Chech-Rolls, &c. of the finest
quality of Paper, (Robinson s Ivory Surfaced) in
a style equal to any madein the Cities of Philadcl
phia or-New York, on tho most reasonable terms.
Blink Wouk Kuied to ant Pattebk.
CLYDE & WILLIAMS.
N. B. Old Books rebound with neatness and
dospatch; also Files of Papers.
Jfsrrisburg, Marti 20, 18-13. Gmo. 48.
All orders for binding.or for blank books,
left at this office, will bo forwarded, and
returned as soon as completed.
H- WEBB, Agent.
Disolution of Pavtncrsliiin.
OT1CE is hereby given that tho Copartner-
ship heretofore existing under tho firm of
C- A- & C, G- BROBST,
has this day, April 18, 1842, been dissolved by mu-
iuui coirsum. mi persons inucDtca to mo lirm are
requested to settlo their accounts with; and those
having claims against the firm will present them for
sciucmei to i. u. uituusi .
C. G. BROBST,
C. A. BROBST.
N. B. The business will do carried on by C. C.
jJituubT, who solicits a CDntiuuanco of public pa'
rdrThe BOOKS and NOTES ofC.A.BROBSr
will bo placed in the hands of Joseph Brobst, Esq.
v vuuutiiuii. a i-rsuiis wisuillg ro save cost will
please call and settle their accounts.
C. A. BROBST.
At Bloomsburg, Col. Go,
APP & TICHN R.
fHHEY would inform tho citizens of Columbia
M County, that they have commenced the busi
nessat the above place at the public houso of E.
HOWELL, where thoy are prepared to manufac
ture to order, in tho neatest, best, and most durablo
manner, MONUMENTS, TOMB-TABLES,
qriAU anu ruui isruiVES, of all sizes and
ualities, MANTLES, WINDOW and DOOR
SILLS, and DOOR FRONTS.
Also PAINT, B Alt and HEARTH STONES.
Orders for Stone can bcleft with D. GROSS.who
wil act as Agent during our absence.
'1 hey constantly keep on hand a largo lot of
Vcrmont.Egyptian and Italian Marhlo at their
wholcsalo Marble Yard at Sclins Grove, Union
Bloomsburg August 14, 1841. 10
Disolution of rnvtiicrship,
"WTOTICE is hereby given, that tho Copaitnpr
JJ ilup heretofore existing under the firm of
R. & J- STAMBACII.
has this day, May 10, 1842, been dissolved bv mu
tual consent. All persons indebted to tho firm, are
requested to settle their accounts with, and those
having claims ogainst the firm will present them
tor settlement, to, j, htamdaujj.
N, B, Tho business will bo carried on bv JA
COB STAMBACII, who solicits a continuanco of
(CyTho Jloolts and Jles of Rtuben itanu
bach will be placed in the hands of Joseph Itrobst,
i?7, for collection. Persons wishing to save cost
will please call ana settlo their accounts.
Til SAL LIST
For August Term, 1842.
Robert Montgomery vs. John Coursln, Rebdt
I airman anu w m. owisiicr.
Kov. Uatiiel Harbcr, vs. Thomas Uarbor, bM
uaicu i nomas, aumr s. oi Jnmes uru-ucr,ucc .
William Dale vs. Charles Craig. .
Samuel Pailcr vs. William Donaldson.
Gcorgo N, Bowman vs Silas E. Craig.
Edward R. Blddlo vs Joseph iJnxon and
Com'lh. of Pennsylvania vs William Colt.
Mary i'trawbridgo vs Jcsso Funston.
Charles Miller and William K. Brown vs Sara,
John Spohn vs Daniel Mussctman, ndm'r.
Malhew Kyle vs Samuel Miller.
Mason Crary vs Mary Hosslcr.
jiaryrowier vs wuuum oioan nnu Jackson
John Jummings, jr. iudorscr of Isaac MCord1
vs John u. licssig.
Samuel Miller vs James F. Murray and Robett
Auten, oum r ol John Auten, dec d.
E. W. Bcnnct vs William W. look,
John F. Mimn, who sues as well for himself tut
Columbia county vg Moses Mover.
George JJ. Uchrlg vs Jt rcucricU Jt ridly, John I
Aloorc, ct a I.
Joseph Brobsl and Gcorgo A. Fuck vs Sidncv
11 alter Livingston and A. Lyman, trading under
the lirm of Livingston Lyman vs Christian A
William Donaldson vs David Pclrikcn.
Henry Coder nnd Ann his wife, for the uso of 0
A. Hrobst vs John Uriggs, Executor.
Peter Lunger vs Charles Hcflloy and William"
David Afligcr vs Gcorgo W Shaw,
Thomas Bcnficld vs Thomas Chambers, ct a!
John Krcsslcr vs Aaron Boono
Samuc A Birkcnbino vs Jonathan Purscll
Gcorgo Taylor vs Samuel F Headley
Elisha Smith vs Hugh Smith
Daniel Hoots, vs Burd Patterson ct a!
JamcsDcifenbachcr, et ah vs Thomas Cbambcra
ElcazcrS Kinney vs Moses Davis John Ruch
Benjamin ay wood, ctal vs Edward R BidJ!i I
Thomas Loyd vs William Kitchen
Enoch 8 Clark, ct al vs Edward Y Farquahr
John M Maus vd Thomas M Brandon
Christian A Brobst vs Simon V Kasc, ct al
David Reich vs henry Primmer
LIST OP JURORS.
Grand Jury, for August Term, 1842.
Jiriarcreclt Derrick A Bowman, Allen M Gan.
gewer, rctcr lioitiiian
Bloom Caleb Baron, Peter Menscli, Samuel I
AlcuicK, Jacob JWellick.
Cuttawissa John Hitter, Isaac Ycttcr
Dcrry John Dye
Greenwood Robert Fairman, Gcorgo Gray
Jackson John Connor
Liberty Frederick Blue
Limestone Daniel Gourrcr
Madison Samuel Zfruglcr, Richard Fruit, Join I
Mahoning Lot icrgsrtcsscr.
Mifflin ienjamin Yoho
Sugarloaf -Joshua .Blink, William J Hcst
Valley Peter bright, Jacob Sidlcr.
Traverse Jury, 1st week.
Briarcreck John T Davis
Bloom Daniel Gross, William Sloan
Berry Michael Hcrr, Michael Hcndershot,JoIial
Magonigal, John senile
Greenwood Philip Rceso
Hemlock James Everett, Michael Sleeker, Da.
via & truth
Jackson Peter odgo
Liberty Adam Follmer, Wm Hcndrickson,
John Hcndrickson, Hugh M'Cracken
Limestone David Davis, George Smith
Madison Joseph Masters, Elisha B Smith
Mahonmc James Cornelison, Wm Kitchen!
Mifflin Mathcw 2?rown, Juhn Brown jr. Daniel
Noycr, Gcorgo Schwank, Abraham Wolf I
Montour David W Clark. Lewis Kaufman,!
Orange Jacob Roup, Edward McIIcnry
llounnz creek Amzi Fox, Peter Hcrbinc, Wn I
Traverse Jury, 2d week.
Bnarcxeek Jacob Bomboy, Jonathan
Eck, Jacob Hill, John Knorr, senr. Alex
Bloom Cyrus Barton, Meore Crivelinj
Andrew Criveling, John Grotzj Joseph
Caltawissa Stephen Baldy, Pclct
Bodino Georgo Holabach, Benj. Miller.
Berry Daniel Carr, Hugh Watson.
Fishing creek Abraham W. Kline.
Greenwood Jacob Rvans.
Hemlock Robert Moore, John Putsulli
Limestone -John Caldwell.David Krurc
Madison Richard Demolt, Clark Dil
dine, Petrir Green;
Mahoning John C. Grier, SeweHI
Gibbs, Edward Morrison, David Philips.
Montour Franttlin Hartman, Georji
Moun pleasant XVlWiam Kitchen.
Orange Daniel Fornwalt.
Sugarloaf Henry Hess.
Estate of Marshal Kany, late of Bloom
township, Columbia county deceased.
"TSkTOTICE is hereby givcn.that letters of admir
JLI istration on tho abovo estate, have been
ted by the Registortof Columbia county to the eu
scriber residing in Jlontcnr, who requests allir
debtcd to fcaid estate to mako immediate paymrm
and all having claims ogainst it, to present
propuriy auiucniicaicu lor settlement.
JACOB DIEHL, AdmV.
Monteur, July 10, 1842. Cvl2
I SHALT, DO IT.!
LI, persons indebted to mo must make J'I
ment by Uio FIRST OF A 1101187' nnt
All who neglect this notice, will find their necoucbl
intho hands ot a Justice of tho Pcaccfor col 11
tion after that date.
Bloomsburg, Jimo2p, 18 IS.