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MR IIENItY gWaX
BV MRS. O K. P0WNK1I..
"What a fovely girl Emma Wharlon is,"
said Charles Lawrey to a chance acqaiii
tance whom ha chancod to meet in the
etroct, and as the young man spoko lio
glanced across the way to a young lady
whoso graceful step and elegant figure at
traded universal attention.
Ahl that is Miss Wharton!' said Mr.
Henry Gowen, the friend whom ho addres
sed, I've heard she's rich; but there's no
knowing certainly now-a-days, since if a
girl has but a thousand dollars sho is made
an heiress by the popular report.
I do not pretend to know how wealthy
'Miss Wharlon is,' replied Lawrey with
some coldness. 'She is an old acquain
tance, but I have never troubled myself
about her riches.'
Faith, now.thai's the firsUhingl would
trouble myself about. There is'.it a girl I
luve known for a month, a knowledge of
"whose fortune I hav'nt at my finger
ends, It don't do to throw oneself away
on an angel without a sixpence. Catch
-ne at it.'
Mr; Henry Gowen spoke frankly. He
made it his business to ascertain at the
"earliest poseible period after an introduction
the exact fortune of every single lady whom
he honored with his acquaintance we say
honored, far as Mr. Henry Gowen had a
few thousands of his own, and was thought
to be tht handsomest man in his family, he
considered it quit.e a condescension to make
the acquaintance of any lady. On marry
ing a rich wife ho was fully resolved. That
such adrintagcs as this should be thrown
away on a penniless girl, was not to be
thought of, and if ever a hawk had a keen
eye for Us prey, Henry Gowen. had one
for an heiress.
From what Charles Lawrey iad said the,
fortune hunter suspected that Miss Whar
ton was worth more than ho had at first
suspected, so he lost no time in making
her acquaintance, and, as a matter of course
began to prosecute his inquiries as to her
wealth, with what effect will appear from
the following conversation with Charles
Lawrey, about a month subsequent to the
I can tell you all about Miss Wharton,'
aid Gowen as they met in the street,
Yes! I soon ferretted it out Let me
elone for such an inquiry as this is. Miss
tVharton is worlh exactly one hundred and
ien thousand dollars, in ground rents, mort
gages, and houses She has also twenty
thonsand dollars in slock. Her income
Bust at least be seven thousand dollars a
pretty pill as times go. And then she's so
deucedly handsome. Faith. I've made up
my mind to make love to her, so if you
know any body who has an eye that way
you can give hirn a friendly hint that iis no
use,' and Mr. Henry Gowen pulM tip ,js
hirt collar with all the coxcombry and con
ceil of a finished exquisite.
There might have been seen t'look of
urpise on the face of Lawrey when his
acquaintance first announced his intentions
towatds Miss Wharton, but this expression
quickly subsided into a quiet smile, (which
also soon passed away, so that eie Mr.
Henry Gowen had finished speaking, the
counlenace of his hearer had assumed its
usual composed demeaner.
Pray, when do you intend to bring mat.
ters to a crisis!' asked Lawrey.
In a month at farthest. When I've
onco made up my mind I lose no time; 1
flatter myself that I've already made a con
siderable impression on Miss Wharton.'
You conceited coxcomb!' muttered Law.
ley to himself, and after a few common
place expressions they parted.
.P I !J T . .1. . .
-oiuuia, saw uawrey mar. evening as
lie entered the parlor where sat his betroth
ed! who do you think is about to aspire to
your hand, or rather to your fortune, for
it seems he has found out that you have
Who!' said the lovely girl, 'oh! surely
you must mean Mr. Gowen he is the on.
ly fortune hunter among my acquaintance.
he added laughing 'and now recollect
lie lus been acting very willingly of late,
nun iiiis gvcb guiie so lar ss io seim roe
this piecs of verse poetry he calls it.
Lawrey took the manurcript and read the
poem, laughing with Emma over it. At
length he spoke.
'As no one knows of our engagement,
dearest, this fellow has made me Ins confi
dent, and told me to warn any body that it
wouiu oe useless to pretend to your hand,
while ho is in the field. What chink you
f .1 n
vi mat cmmai
Emma's fine eyes flashed.
I will brink down his coxcombry yet,
-with your permission, dear Charles. The
impudent fellow! For the sake of my sex
I ought to expose hire. Pray did he honor
you wim ino exct amount or my fortune!'
To the very cent, a piece of information
1 never possessed before. I wondei where
lie learned it, for his minute particularly
convinced me that he spoke with authority
but to slay as I was going to Court.I
met tbu clerk of the Surrogate, who called
me to turn, lie asked mo if I knew vou
and then if knew Gowen, for.' save he.
'that gentleman has been here looking at
-ihe late Mr. Wharton's will, and calculating
jrom ii me uaugnier e toriune. Now, 1 tin
not know Mis? Wharton, but I think ehe
ought to be acquainted with this.' So you
eee, Emma, your suitor has it al by the
$01 ilw wfekV fad jEutni
iy JujbJngly;ngininUtliobn TylsjIJ
and he thinks himself str. irreaislaile ti'iirt
he can win a lady at once.'
'And ho tells mo ho wilt propose for you
in a month, and that his success is certain,'
said her lover with mock solemnity, and
then both looking into each others faces,
burst into a merry laugh which lasted for
'A thought strikes mo, said Emma at
length, her eyes sparkling with mischief,
and then she recounted to her lover a plan
which sho had formed, which only increas
ed their laughter. What the plan was that
so pleased Etniuagaud Lawrey shall appear
in due time.
The attentions of Mr. Henry Gowen to
tho fair Emma Wharton, noon became the
theme of conversation, and many an opinion
was hazarded as to whether the attachment
was reciprocal. Of the sentiments of the
gentlemen there could apparently be no
doubts, since his attentions were constant
and minute; but the conduct of Emma was
not so easily unriddled, sinc.e altho' she
did not reject the attentions of her new
lover, she could hardly be said to oticoui
age them. The gossippers, howevei.soon
came to the conclusion that 'it was to be a
match" and that the deportment of the
lady was to be attributed wholly to coy
ness A fortnight had elapsed since the conver
sation betwixt Lawrey and Emma, when
Mr. Henry Gowen sgain met Lawrey in
'Deuced fine girl, Lawrey, is that Mies
Wharton, Said Mr. Henry Gowen, '1
was never so deeply in love in my life.'
'With her fortune, you mean,' drily said
Oh, faith, with herself I confess, be
tween you and I, it was her money that
induced me to pay attention to her, but
I'm afraid I'm more deeply interested in
her than would bu piudent if there was any
danger of a refusal.'
bo you think your success is certain.'
'Why, yes, I may say so 1 fancy there
is little dnubis. Emma is a little coy, to be
sure, but aside from that, every symptom
is favorable! Ah! but here comes the an
gel heiself-good bye don'iyou wish you
wero as hanpvas 1 am?
A pieciotis rascal!' said Lawrey to him
self as he bowed to Emma, and exchanged
with her a meaning amile.
Mr. Henry Gowen hastened to join the
side of Emma, and accompanied her home.
Soliciting a lew in inula tele u-lele with hei
as she entered the parlor and took his seal
by her side 1 lien, in a set speech which
he had duly composed and commuted to
memory Tor the occasion, he tendered her
his heart, hand, audfuriuue. Emma heard
tiim out gravely and then replied.
I ccrwiuiY vusm u icci iiiyatsti Honored
by ycur proposal, sir; but as I atlributo it
wholly to my fortune and nut to myself, 1
cannot be so highly flattered as 1 should
under other circumstances. Excuse me
for declining your proposal,' she sdid, ris
ing, 'and take a word of counsel, Never
go again to the buriopale s Oihee to learn
lady's wealth. Good morning sir.'
These words, without the tone in which
they were pronounced would have been
sufficient to discomfit even a greater cox
comb than Mr. Henry Gowen. lie left as
if he could have wished the floor io open
and swallqw him from the scornful took of
Miss Wliar'.on. Seizing his hat he hurried
to the door,and before iiiglu was ou his way
to the bprings.
A merry laugh had Emma and her lover
that evening over the discomfited fortune
hunter. And when, a few mouths Uier,
Mr. Ilenrv Gowen taw their marriage in
the newsDatier. and recollected that ha had
made a confident uf Charles Lawtey, he
' ...' .
wisely concluded that even the Springs
would not save him from ridicule, aud sail
ed at ouce for Europe.
LIBERTY ON BOTH SIDES.
A ragged militia officer, and still more
bandy legged negro, met at the bar of a pub
lic house, where the following conversation
took place :
'Guff, ) ou'r a good honest fellow, and I
like to compliment a man what'6 lived an
honest life if he's is black; you shall take a
glass of drink with me Cuff.' 'Well, Gap-
ting, I's berry dry, so 1 won't be ugly 'bout
it; some niggars i to pioud to dunk with '
militia offiuei; but wheu he's sober he iis
as good as uigger 'specially if do nigger's
Good Advice Ue content as long as
your belly is lull and your body warm
remember the poor, kiss the pretty girls
don't rob your neighbor's hen roots
never pick an editors'a pocket, nor think
that he is going to treat kick dull care 10
the devil, aud black your own boots.
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exibition it was thought would be continued
on Wednesday evening.
A Fruitlttt Search. There is a man
at Wheeling who has set out in search of
the individual who first nominated John
Tylsr. The number of aspirants to that
honor, who sprung up a year ago, have
satisfactorily moved that tliev were nnt n.
j tilled to the honor. Where is Mho man who
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flloooBtursr, July jp; 184 13
HE subscriocrs inform tho public, that they
have entered into Partnership, under the firm
S7SE & HSFFSiSlT;
and have ust received from Philadelphia, and now
opened, at their NEW 8TOHE, i"orUiicelVo
tier ofJIurkel and Jlain Slrtth,Eloomiburg,
an entire new and extensive ussormcnt of
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES; HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, AND
Q UEENSWA RE, S,c.
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heir prices aro suited to the times. Among their
assortment will be found
Broadcloths, Ca-simeres, Satihctts, and
various hinds of cloths Jor men's
Summer wear; Calicnen; Ging
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and various other articles
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and believed to bu as good uoil complete un assort
mcnt as rs usally found tu country stores.
(rt-COUNTItY PKODUOE will bo received In
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JAOOIJ tir nil,
Bloomsburg, June 25, 1842. 9
lie ye purified iu your blood,
And Health will a'ttr-nd vou.
The life of thi Flesh h in 'the Blood:
Leviticus, c. xvii. xi.
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assuming lor tlurr name Hint ot "IH.OOU J'll.I.S'
knowing that the Blood 1'ilU manufactured bv Dr.
uiiiiy imvr. itiuniiini me ifrcurmi rtpuiaiim nj any
, ..: i.. I i . . i .i . . . . . i
in exitrtnce, huh iiiiiik ny sm n trickery to
impose upon tho public by helling their:i upon the
popularity ot Llr. I.udy's lllood Tills.
The public are therefore particularly requested to
tut cautious mien pnrcliasing, to ask lor Dr. LEI'
OV'JS BLOOD I'll LS.
The public are .Ksured that Jr. I.rtdtps lllaml
I'itln arf the Kiifml, brut, and nit efficacious
or any tunc in ute, containing neither Mercuiy or
llio .Minerals, and may bo employed by young and
old, male and female at all litiux and undtr alt
tircunutaiiCfs twUioul lear Irom taking cold, re
strurnt from diet in mine or occupation.
in an cases where a purgation may be neceusary
ceo Pill will bo found both ell'ectual and easy in
their onitiou, picMlucing no nautca, or Sickness
of the Stomach, griping or any other unpleasant
I' urthcr comment rs deemed unnecessary the
numerous certrncules pulimlicd trom time to time
from riiycimns and other individuals must h
. : i . i. . : , f - .
i uimiii-cii me iiicri'uuious, anu lor me runner in
formation of all others, ilr.Ltidy refers them to the
unertious vlucti accompany each Box,
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at Dr. IjKIO VH Iir.JlI.Tlt K.UfOKtV.TI,
Io. iai JVOUTIt HKL'tKYU Street, below
Vine street, (sign of the Golden Eaglo and Scr
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Nov 20, 1841. " oo
ITCH I ITCH!
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U1N raiAiN T. An infaliable remedy fo
.ii mut. jnei. nuns ui mo oiu, removing
i uii'iick, i aNiuii's, anu urupiion ol (!
SKIN, and particular! v adapted to tho cure
of TETTER aud ITCH.
I his ointment has been used in numcr
nus sclioolh ihruiifjhoui ihu city and county
as well as Factories, employiiiij ntmicrou
fjiris anu bnys.unil aninuir whom Tetter and
urn, as well as other AHeci'nns of the Skin
rr. t.fi i Intl tlli.l.n . , , .
r.. I " "" niosv nut x.inipieu BlIC'
cess. i ames ol briioul t eachers, as well
an supeiiulHiulants and Proprietors of JV..
loiies, ciiulil bo p,iveii,ciuifirining ihu above,
but for tho delicacy they leel in having their
nameu published in I'tinneriitin with such
loathsome anil disiiareenhln iiflVrihns.
Prepared nnd sold til Dr. I.pkIv's IItut,
-iiiporiiini. jmoii in ti,e Uolden F,nilh ,
Si-rpfMiti.) No. loi , second Mreet.l.
low v i ii-; iiiso full! hi
J.UIZ sneulth Ampuriun, Bloombur,
. a raw Aiaanwue
EJIHES TO THE
Formerly owned by D. S. TOBIAS.
iraESPECTFULLY informs his friend.. .1
3. the aublio generally, that ho has iust
cu irom ruuaucrpnia, a new ana extensive 8g3c
JUl'llirs. IrlctllCEIlCS. Oils. In;iJ
" 3 7 tau
Yarntuhcsj Gass, Bycs4uf ?sl
CoHsfecilionaarics, &c. &c
which, in nddition to his former stock, comprise,!
- . i ... . . f .. : i i i j..1 . -4
wuipii-iG u.ui Mucin ui uuieies iii uisiine or DU<ic
All persons wishing to purclmso any of tbu nl,
articles arc particularly invited to call and prico ill
articles in his Store beforo buyinz elsewhere n J
is determined to soil as low, tuid by a little, Jcnir
lower tlian can lie bought uny where else in tj
l no nuuscriucr consuicrn it Hardly nccssary t
mention rue aiucics in paivicuiar as lie is conlidciB
that no ono ran come amiss by enquiring fo rany ait
cio belonging to a urug store.
N. B. Merchants and l'liysicians will find ;
.1..! 1 l . 11 --.I I .! 1
iu uiiu uu,uiuliu iu uui, uuu uuji buui uruciCgul
they may stand in need ol, a? they shall be occorl
modaled at a very low percentage. I
In few words all arc respectfully invited to caJ
sec and judgo tor themselves.
Bloomsburg, July 10, 1842. ti SU.
No. 04, corner of Walnut Third strcttm
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Binp neretotoro osisting under tho firm of
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At Bloomsburg, Col. Co.l
APF & TICHN Hi,
njlHEY would inform tho citizens of Columtiil
Jl county, that they havo commenced tho bust
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AU-I'AINT, BARund HEARTH S TONES. I
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They constantly keep on hand a large lot cf
.... wgypuan nnu iiauan jviarlilo at lltcu I
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BifeIti(on of Partnership,
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R- & J STAMBACIf.
has this day, May 10, 1812, been dissolved by rmf
tuul consent. All persons indebted to tho firm, n
requested Io teltlo their accounts with, and thcw
having claims against tho firm will presimt then
for settlewcuVto, J. STAMDAOII.
N. TJ. Tho bnsinc8s,will be carrird on by JA
COB 6TAMBACU, who solicits a continuance cf
(Tj-The Jtooka and AU nf i
ltci will bo placed In tho liandu ofJosejit Brubft,
.f"r ro"et'tio" Tersons wishing to bovo ccit
wllljiWte call nnd koftlo theii accounts.