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I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauuy over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson
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BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 214, 1842. Number 22.
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3?STTE5R ! TETTER!
Tm.XElDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
'OINTMANT. An infallahlo remedy for
various afl'ections of tho SKIN, removing
l'implcs, Pastilles, and Eruption of the
SKIN, and particularly adapted to the cure
of TETTER and ITCH.
This ointment has been need in nnmcr
nus schools throughout the city and county
as well as Faotories, employing numerous
girls and boys.and jtinong whom Tetter and
Itch, as well as other A flections of the Skin,
prevailed, with the most unexampled Suc
cess. Names of School Teachers, as wcl
ap snpetintcndantB and Proprietors of Fac
toiiea, qotild he given.coufirniing tho above,
W for tho delicacy they feel in having their
names published in connection with such
loathsome anil disagreeable jifl'ucibns.
Prepared and sold at Dr. Leidy's Health
Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eaglo and
. fJerpeants,) No. 101 north second slrect.bo
'W Vine: also sold at
Zutz'sIIcalth fimnnrium, Bloomsburg,
ilIE subscrioers inform tho public, that they
Have cmcrcu into rartncrslup, under the firm
BITER & HEFFLEX" ;
and have ust received from Pliiladclphin, and now
opened, at their NEW STORE, A'oi I litcrxl Cor
ner of .Market anil Jtlanip Strrrlt.liln
an entire new nnd extensive assormcnt of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES; HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, AND
QUE ENS f Vk RE, fyc.
Which fllCY offer for snlfi. nn rrtisnnnMn In.mn
heir prices ore suited to tho limes. Among their
us'suriini'iii win ue lounu
Broadcloths, Cassimcres, Sattinctls, and
various kinds of cloths Jor nun's
vitrmncr wear; uaitcae; Utng
hums; Cambrics; Muslins;
Silks: Muslin de lanes;
and various other articles
for Ladies' dresses; Shawls; Silk
and Cotton Handkerchiefs and Hose;
Bleached and Brown Domestic Muslins:
ond a variety of other articles suitable for tho .season
and bcliccd to be as good ami complete an assort
ment as is usnlly found in country stores.
fTr'COUNTRY PKnnnrn ,;in. i.
exchange, and CASJI wilt not be refused.
Our fiiends, ai.d the public generally, are re
quested tu call and examine for themselves.
Bloomsburg, June'SO, 1812.
. Be ye purified in your blond,
And Henlih will aiicnd vou.
' The life of thi Flesh is in 'the Blood:'
Li:viticus, c. xvu. xi.
HOW IS..THE BLOOD TO BE PU
HI FIE D ! !
Thousands can answer this question who
know from acjual experience that
DR. LEWS' S BLOOD RILLS,
A C0JIP0NANT I'AUT OF WHICH 13
Are the safest, best, and most effectual Pills
now in existence.
I. VST YOU MAY HE IJI2CE1VED :
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
JO" 2 GOD PILIiS,-
DR. LEIDV'S BLOOD PILLS,
A COSll'ONANT PART or WHIC
IT is attempted by Quacks and Impostors to in
troduce their vilo and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their name that of "BLOOD PILLS"
knowing that the Blood Pills manufactured by Dr.
Lcidy haic obtaincdyAe grcattit reputation of any
fills in existence, and think by such trickery to
impose upon the public hy selling theirs upon the
popularity of Dr. Leidy's Blood Pills.
The public uro therefore particularly requested to
bo cautious when purchasing, to ask for Dr. LEI
DY'S BLOOD PIT LS.
The public uro assured that nr. T,riily,s Itlnotl
J'ilts are the safett, bent, and most elllcaclom
or any now in use, containing neither Mcrcuty or
tho Minerals, and may bo employed by young and
old, mala and female al alt limes and under all
circumstances without fear from taking cold, ro
straint from diet in Jiving or occupation.
In all cases where a purgation may bo necessary
theso Pills will ho found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or Sickness
ol the Stomach, griping ur any other unpleasant
Further comment is deemed unnecessary the
numerous certificates published from time to time
from Physicians and other individuals must have
convinced tho incredulous, nnd for tho further in
formation ofull others, yJr.Leidy refers them to the
diit'otions which accompany each Box.
They are prepared and sohl.wholca.'lo and retail,
at Or. KKIOY'H HK.IIjTtl K.M'OltlU.V,
No. 101 JVOKTlt StU:o.n Street, below
Vino street, (sign of tho Golden Eaglo and Scr
pcuts.) Also sold at
Lutz's Health Emporium, Blvomtburg.
Nov so, ten. 30
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NOW IN COURSE OF PUBLICATION
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County, that they hat o commenced tho bust
nessat tho above place at the public house of E.
HOWELL, where they are' prepared to manufac
ture to order, in the neatest, best, and most durable
manner, MONUMENTS', TOMB-TABLES,
nKAD and FOOT STONES, of all sizes and
ualitics, .MANTLES, WINDOW and OOOB
SILLS, and DOOK I'KONTS.
Also PAINT, BAII and II EAKTII STONES.
Orders for Stonocan bolcft with D.GKOSS.who
wil act as Agent during our absence.
l ney constantly keep on hand a largo lot of
Vcrmont.Esyntian and Italian Marblo at their
wholesale Murulo Yard at Selius Grovo, Union
liloomsburg August 14, 1841. IG
Disoiiilioia ol' Partnership,
OTIOE is hereby given, that the Copaitnrr
ship heretofore existing under tho firm of
It. & J- STAMBACH.
has this day, May 10, 1842,been di solved by mu
tuai consent, ah persons inuebtcu to the linn, are
requested to settle their accounts with, and those
having claims against tho firm will present them
for settlement to, J. STAMBAOII,
N. B. The business will be carried on bv JA-
COB STAMBACII, who solicits a continuance of
rrlfThe Hooks anil JWitfs of lltuhnt .Stam.
bach will bo placed in tho hands of Joseph ISrobat, 1
r.sq, tor collection, t'ersons wishing to savo cost.
wui ploasc call and settlo their accounts.
KCUUiiM 0i AMUAuijL,
From tho Democratic Hcvicw.
TUG YEOMAN'S REVENGE.
( Continued from last week.)
A bitter quarrel ensued. With a thousand
words or the keenest sting and of the most
scornlul bitterness, the brother charged the
lover with a trciihcerous abuse of the privi
leges of hospitality, of the opportunities
afforded by patronising kindness which
had its origin in an accidental occurrence
of childhood; and or that confidence which
was founded nil the presumed imnnsniiiiiiv
of such a renirm Ho accused hi:n of taking
hi: unmanly and ungrateful advantage ol
hi P'si tn fiisiihre the too geiietuos and
romantic letTniUH or an cinlniMastif
whobc life he had happened to save, lor the
promotion of an overweening ambition even
if lor no baser motive. Rejecting the idea
thai so ununrthv a seniimmit 1.1
lily .iave taken any deep loot m his sister's
dn, no reptiiM-ii with the must contempt
uous instill this aim!
I was lidward's ohjrct to make, for Ins
own consent, and aid to obtain that of his
latliei. Un the other hand, the latter met
him with equal liatmlr.iiicss anil nrrr.
. ' "... . '& '
fLumiiu euiiieiiipiuoiisiv ai Mis preicnsioiis
ul arisiocralii; sutieruirilv: anJ Insinrr inKi
of every prudential million, a3 well as nil
command of his temper, he renaid insult
with insult, and scorn with scorn. What
would have been the. reMilt of en flerv
collis-ion, notwithstanding all the restraints.
on tnc one hand ol a conscious debt of life,
and on the other, of the fraternal relation
of his antagonist tn his mistress, cin.nol be
known; for beUire it had proceeded tn tln
leiigihofa blow on cither side, on the
very verce of which the aiitrcaiion i.ee...iil
ilreaily to hover, the uar(iiietaiiiL - LwU
f7rn7ep5iK"wiiere ihey.suod,iiditig leiaur
ly 6f k from their pnrt. Obi-crving the
tiiifihed ami angry couiitenances ul' ihu
yount! mpn Si it violence of their manner,
lie shiirreil quickley up totliem.auii in great
Miprise inquired the tnpaiiing of what he
saw. Almust bcsule hiuiscil with ihe e.vns
peration bolh of the quatrel and its cause,
(leorge at once disclosed the whole in the
hiiterest language of ni"cctivc against tho
treachery and ingratitude and haso presump
tion of the oilier. Its effect on Sn Wilmol
presented so suddenly in so dark an as
pect in a for n calculated must violently
to shock all his deepest prejudices and to
amuse all his angriest passions was fear
ful. His face purpled with the hloud that
flooded to his head it was a moment ol
insanity. 'Serpent Humid!' were the
only words he could articulate when, de
nied the vent nf language, Ins passion,
always impetuous, but neier perhaps sinif'
lurly enraged, sought that of instinctive ac
tion. Spurting his horse upon ihu youth
who stood bareheaded, wuh his anna foldtd
ai'rofs his breast, and without a syllable of
reply to cither, the old IJaronet. in Ins mad
ness, with the. handle ol a veiy heav ridintr
whip dcait him a sudden hluw on ilm right
temple, wnicn staiwurt as lie was in Irame,
stunned him instantly and felled him to ihu
earth. When ho recnevred his conscious
nets, he found liiniecll'iu the hands of scr
viinis who had been left with him, and
who, by the commands of their master, had
borne him for some distance across the pail;
(which on this side was on the edge of ihe
15 estate,) and placed outside of the
lodge and wall, and of course beyond the
limit of the domain from which, by this act,
in addition to his oilier insults and wrongs,
lie was even futcibly ejected. Disengaging
himself front iheir hands when ihoy were
in tho art of wiping from his face the blood
which had trickled down from a broad
gash made on his forehead by Sir Wilmoi's
blow, he made his own way to his own
home, his head whirling with a chads ol
o infused thoughts of vengeance, and all
hell in his heart. All this had taken place
too. in, tho presence, forgotten or disregar
ded, bolh of Loiil pniesicr and of the two
servants by whoiii limy were attended.
A servant soon arrived from the Hal!,
bringing a vaiiety of anielrs of spotting
gear which belonged to him, and a pro
hibition against being ever again seen either
at the Hall or within the D domain.
Poor Alice, forely as she was siricken,
behaved nobly and beautiful; developing
a dejree of independance and energy ol
character they wern not prepared lo find.
When shr was informe d of what had oc
curred, she herself reproved even her father
wuh a most eloquent severiiy for the great
wrong he had done, to one whose only
crime, besides thai of saving ihe lives of
both George and herself, had been thatul
loving her well, and of well deserving her
love. She steadily refused to send him au
message of rejection, though she made no
disclosure of what couue the might uurue
and when hard pressed by her father, sho
claimed the right of being left to compose)
her own Ihoughis.so violently agitated and
agonized by such events, wiihin her ow'n
privacy; afier which for threo days, sho
neither made her appearance among the fa
mily nor admitted one but her own maid
to her room, imploring her father's for
bearance and permission lo indulge for a
few days her natural desire of being- left
alone end undisturbed.
She there formed her own resolve, thro
prayers and manv tears, but bravely and
worthily of her Own rii'llt r.nhln nulnrn
She feJt how heavily her lover had been
wronged. Her sense of justice revolted
indignantly against it. She fell his right
to an atonement commensurate with "the out
rage thai had been heaped upon him and
that she alone could make, she alone heal
the deep and envenomed I
had been ploughed into his heart. Had 'tho
course of her lather and brother hppn iliffv.r.
ent, had it been less violent and less un
just, her own too might have been differ
ent; and then affections of nature and kin
might havo triumphed oyer that other lovo
wluc hhotvever stronir in her heart, tvr..
yet of later growth and less deep roof
uui uiuy nau piaceu themselves so widely
tu the wrong, that they cast over into th
opposite side, of the balance every conside
ration of justice and right, as approved by
her conscience, 10 be added lo every im
pulse of geneiosity aud womanly tender
ness, as prompted by her heart, and she
resolved lo abandon home rank, father
and kin, to be the wjfe or her lowlv. yet.as
she deemed him; noble and worthy pea
sant lover; and as such to devote her life
tn the compensation of all he had to endure
nn her account and from her own blood.
It was a hard trial both of her heart and
uuiicutLiii u, vi, luiivniLiiig nerseii, by a
ing faithful to the plighted troth she had
given in exchange lor another heart; she
wrote iiim ihe following note, which sho
had no difficulty in conveying to him
through the agency of her devoted maid,
to whom she did not hesitate to impart
roll confidence ol the determination she had
arrived at :
If the house of B , in their pride,
have scorned and spurned their very pre
server, her gratitude, her love, and her faith
are not forgotten by iheir daughter.
When she re-appeared in tho midst of
her family, though sad "and abstracted,
Alice was yet calm. Her first words (o her
father were a simple request that no allu
sion should be made to the recent occur
renrc, or to any concerned in it. Deeply
grieved at bold he anil Iter brother were for
her, in the midst of all the stem bitterness
of their reseniuent against Edward, whoso
conduct their deep rootec, prejudices of fa
mily pride permitted ihem to see only in
the worst of lights, they willingly complied
with this request; which, tuoieover, they
construed into an acquiescence with their
own severance or all communication with
the low bom peasant, as they regarded
him, who had been tho cause or this thun
derbolt which has thus fallen in their mid6t.
If Alice now, for the first time in her life,
departed from the transparent candor and
lrmlilulness which Jiad always hitherio so
beautifully marked all her intercourse with
them, if it was a fault or, rather, though
it was a fault, it was surely not 'the un
pardonable sin.' In reply to her nolo sho
received the moat devoted protestations of
gratitude, and an intreaty fur an interview,
which, however, must not be within the
limits of any portion of the B domain.
The spot he named was that at which ho
had been cast lorth beyond ihe wall of tho
park the hour being left to her to fix,
There was an indiscribable something in
his letter which grated rather harshly on the
intensely strung feelings of Alice; but she
complied with his request, and promised to
be at ihe spot indicated that same night, at
the only lime at which she could escape tho
man ees to which sins was exposed.afier,
Ihe household of the Hall should have ro-.
tired to rest. Attended by her maid, sup-,
potted by her own nobleness or spirit, and
fearless in her iunorence and lovih trust,
she kept the promise; and glidingnoiseless
ly foith, tiiole like the ray of moonlight
through the deep shadows ol the siately
revenues of ihe park, till she stood at tho
-pot appointed, and was lolded in that ten,
der clasp or her lover, now as it seemed to
her u hundred fold dearer than he had ever
The Muse that invented history never
meant it for such interviews. I confine rny
narrative to its results. In about a. month
(.icorge was lo become of age, and a great
family festival was to commemorate the
even; after which, On (he ensuing day.it
had been planned that they weru to leave
me tun, ior t vwtt lo town i
-t m f V