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, BT WILtU CUIAEN BYRANT.
The things, eh Life! thou qnickeneat alt
Vtiire upward toward the broad bright aky,
Upwatd and outward, and they Tall
Back to earth's bosom where they die.
All tliat haveliorne the touch of Death;
All that shall live, lie mingled there
Beneath that vale of bloom and breath,
That living xoao 'twist earth and air.
There lies ray chumbsr dark and still;
The atoms trampled by my feet
There wait, to take the place I fill
In the eweet air and sunshine sweet.
WelM'tare had my turnhave been
Raised from tbe jarkness of the clod,
And. for. a glorious moment seen - i . ,
The brightness of the skirts of God.
And knew the light within my breast,
ThoughrWavering oftentimes and dim,
The power, the will that never rest
And cannot die, were all from him.
Dear child! I know that thou wilt grieve
To see me taken from thy love
Wilt seelrmy grave at Sabbath eve,
And weep and scatter flowers above.
Thy little heart shall soon bo' Healed,
And being ahallbe bliss, till thou '
To younger forms of lifo must yield
The place thou fill's! with beauty now.
When we descend to dust again,
Vhere will the.final dwelling be
Of thought and all its memories then,
llyjore for thse, and thine for met
BY MB B. X. BULWEB.
Fresh glides the brook, and, blows the gale,
r Yet' yonder halts the qaiet mill ;
The" whirring wheels, the rushing sail,
How motionless end etill I
lit chyY fern Labor, shuts the .poor.
From Nature's careless.banquet hall;
The seventh, an. Angel opens the door,
ad) sailing, welcomes alll
A father's tender mercy gave
This tinl-r raonSla IA lh. hrcast..
To breathy thi'gaje'torwatBhthe Wave,
And now tl wheel may' rest P
ix; daysof toil, poor child, o Cain,
Thy strength hy master's slave must be
The ssventli.jhe limbs escape tha . chain
ed Osd hath Wdatbce free, '
Ths fields that yester-morn knew
byfpktsjps.ts, their serf, .survey)
On' thee, 'as' them, descends tnejdew,
Th:baptim of the day.
Fjresbjlideetbe brook and blows the gale,
'Mtyoner halu the cjuiet mijl;
The whirring wheel, the rustling sail,
How motionless and still I
00, rest, Oweary heart 1 but, lo,
'vThsJch,uich.spire,glialening up to heaven
To warn the where thy thoughts should go
, The day thy God hath given 1
Xorie through tbe landscape's solemn rest,
The spite its moral points or high
O, soul, at peace wilhin the breast,
f Bite, mingling with the sky.
They tell thee in their dreaming school,
Of power from, old dominion hurled,
TV hen rich and. poor .vrjth juster rule.
Shall share the aliered world.
Alas ! since Time itself began,
That fable hth but fooled the hour ;
Each age that, ripens power in rata
But subjects nan to power.
Yet every day in seven, at least,
One bright republio shall be known;
Man's, world awhile hath surety ceased
When God proclaims his own 1
Six days may rank divide the poor,
.0 Dives, from the' banquet hall;! '
The seventh the Father opes' the door,
,Ahd helds his feast -or all,
X iSAW .THEE WEEP.
'X saw the.wesp the big bright tear
Game o'er that eye of blue;
And then me tho tight it did appear '
A violet droopping dewjr.
I saw thee smile the sapphire's blase
Betide thee ceased to shine t
Jl.coold not match the living laysli u
That filled, that glanee of thios,
-As elouds from yondsrean recsive
A deep and mellow dye,
'WWch scarce the shade of coming eve
Can banish from the sky,
Those smiles unto the moodiest mind
Their own pure joy impart-;
"Their sunshine leaves a glow behind
"That lightens .o'er the heart.
CniKCE u.wrilUrnon ths tide,
On the foreit's leafy pride,
Qn the streamlet glancing bright,
On the jewelled tcro'wB .of; night "
All whetoH'tbeteyc. jpst, nl
THE NEW VOMJME OF
THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE
VOLUME XI, COMMENCING JULY,nlB43.
Jobx L. O'Suiutaw, Editor.
By an increase in the number of pages, anil by an
alteration in Its typographical arrangement!, the
quantity of matter heretofore furnished to the rea
ders of the Democratic Review, will bo increased in
tw luturo number about
SEVENTY-FIVE PER OENT.
The Editor expects valuable aid to his own efforts
during the coulse of tbe coming year, from a num
ber ol the most able pens of the great Democratic
Party together with that of ohers," in its purely
literary department, to which the game political, des
ignation is not to be applied. Among them nay
be particularly named
Bancroft, "Farkc Godwin,
a r.jJwn..l.j' '
J. L. Stephen!
A. H. Everett, Bryant',
Cambreleng, C. J. Ingtrsoll
The Monthly Financial and Commercial aril
cles, which have frequently been pronounced by the
most intelligent criticisms during the past year in
themselves alone worth the subscription to the work
will be continued from the, same able-hand.
An arrangement has been made, by which the
Boston Quarterly t Review, edited by Mr. ZJaowK
bos, will be merged in the Democratic Reviow.tho
alter being a frequent and tegular contributor to
ts pages.- It is proper to state, that Mr. Brpwn
son's articles will bo marked by his name tnougb.
to most readers they (would doubtless reveal them
selves by their internal evidence; and that, it has
been agreed, under the circumstance, that these
contributions shall he independent of the usual lia
bility to editorial revision and control the author
alone having a similar responsibility for whatever
peculiarity of views they may contain, as though
appearing in the original work which has been
heretofore edited with such distinguished ability
Among other attractive papers in preparation for
the forthcoming Volume, Will be found some person
al sketches, reminiscences, and . anecdotes of the
private life of General Jackson, from the pen of an
intimate friend and member of his Cabinet.
1 The Portraits of which it is intended' to illustrate
tho numbers of the ensuing year, and which will
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I Hon. Silai WmoHTof NcwiYorki
i Jakes BucbIxax, of Pennsylvania,
I Job C,HAiaouir,,of South Carolina,
,A . a. UKKTOir, oi Missouri,
R. J, Wilkin; of Mississippi,
THioDOBx'SzDOTvicx;, of Massachusetts
C.'C. Cax BBEixVof of New-York,
Got. Dobb, of Rhode Island, '
" Poktxb, of Pennsylvania.
With two or three of 'the, most eminent' members
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for 'moie tharrfburTWEHTr rxa ctBT"niicotiirT,
At BloomsburgrCol. Co
APP ST TICHN 'R.
tnrVIEY would inform the citizens of Columbia
JL County, that they have commenced thebusi
nessai the' above placo 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,
qEAD and FOOT STONES, of all sizes and
ualities, MANTLES, WINDOW and DOOR
SILLS, and DOOR FRONTS.
Also PAINTi BAR and HEARTH STONES,
Orders for Stone can be left with D.GROSS,who
wil act as Agent during our absence.
They constantly keep on hand a largo lot of
Vermont, Egyptian and Italian Marble at their
wholesale Marble Yard at Selins Grove, Union
Bloomsburg August 14, 1841. 16
I SHALT, DO IT J !
ALL persona indebted to rue must make pay
ment by tie FIRST OF AUGU87 next.
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,UUtl lUBt U1V.
HE subscribers inform the public, that they
have entered into Partnership, under the firm
and have lust received from Philadelphia, and now
opened, at their NEW STORE, A'orthteeslCor
ner ofJIIarUct and Jtiaine Streets, liloovisburg;,
an entire new and extensive assorroent of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES; HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, AMD
which they offer for sale, on reasonable terms, as
riicir prices oro suited to tho times. Among their
assortment will be found
Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Satlinetts, and
various kinds of cloths for men's
Summer wear; Calicoes; Ging
hams; Cambrics; Muslinsj
Silks: Muslin de lanes;
and various other articles
for Ladies' dresses; Shawls; 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.
OCJ-COUNTRY PRODUCE will be received in
exchange, and CASH will not be refused.
Our friends, and the public generally, are re
quested to call and examine (or themselves.
Bloomsbarg, June SO, 1843. 0
Be ye purified in your blood,
Anil Health will attend you.
The life of thi Flesh is in ihe Blood."
Leviticus, c. xvh. xt.
HOW IS THE BLOOD TO BE PU
RIFIED ! I
Thousands can answer this question who
know from acjual experience that
DR. LEIDS'S BLOOD PILLS,
A COMFONANT PART OF WHICH IS
Are the safest, best, and most effectual Pills
now- in' existence.
LEST YOU MAY BIS DECEIVED t
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
DR. LEIDFS BLOOD PILLS,
A COairONAKT TART OF WHIG
T is attempted by Quacks and Impostors to in
traduce their vile and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their name that of "BLOOD PILLS '
knowing that the Blood Pills manufactured by Dr.
keidy tiave obtained tne greatest reputation of any
Pills in existence, and tnink by such trickery to
impose upon the public by selling theirs upon the
popularity of Dr. Lcidy'a Blood Pills.
The public are therefore particularly requested to
be cautious when purchasing, to ask for Dr. LEI-
Did IJLUIJU VII 1.8.
Tho public aro assured that Dr. Lrtdu'a Blood
Fills are the eafest, beet, and most efficacious
of any now in use, containing neither Mercuiy or
ine .Minerals, and may Do employed by young and
old, male and female at alt limes and wider all
circumstances without fear Irom taking cold, re
straint from diet in living or occupation.
In all cases where a purgation may bo necessary
these PilU will be found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or Sickness
ol the Stomach, griping or any other unpleasant
Further comment is .deemed Unnecessary the
numerous certificates published from timo to time
from Physicians and other individuals must have
convinced the incredulous, end for the further in
formation, of all others, Zlr.Leiily refers them to the
directions which accompany each Box.
They aro prepare' and fold.wlioles.tle and retail,
at Vr, LEMDWti IlF.Jtt.TIt JMIFORIlf.TI,
No. 191 JYOUTr SBCOjyif Street, below
Vino street, (sign of tho Golden Eaglo and Scr
penis.) Also sold at
Liulz't Health Emporium, Bloomsburg.
Nov SO, 1841. 30
ITCH! I T C H !
DR. LEIDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT An infallablfi remedy for
various aiiections ol tuo blvlIM, removing
Pimples, Pustules, and Eruption of the
SKIN, and particularly adapted to the cure
Ol TISTTEK and 1 1 Ull.
This ointment has been used in numer
ous schools throughout the city and county
as well as Factories, employing numerous
cirls and bovs.and anionrr tvhnm 'IVtlpr unil
Itch, as well as other Affections of tho Skin,
prevailed, with the most unexampled Suc
cess. Namos of School Teachers, as well
as superintendents and Proprietors of Fac
toiies, could be given,confirming the above,
but for tho deiicacy they feel in having their
names published in connection with such
loathsome and disagreeable affections.
Prepared and Bold at Dr. Leidy's Health
..Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eagle anil
Serpcants,) No. 101 north second sited, Lo
low Vine; also sold at
Luiz'sllealth Emporium, Bloomsburg.
EEYS TO TH
Formerly bwned.by Dt S. TOBIAS.
RESPECTFUL!.?. Informs his friends, and
the aublic generally, thai ho has just rcceiv
ed from Philadelphia a new end cxlcnsivo assort!
Drugs, medicines, Oils, Paiuts
Varnishes, Glass, Dyestiiil's),
Coni'ccioin nrics, &c. &c.
which, in addition to his former stock, comprises a
compicie assortment oi ariicicsin uisnneol busineu. r'
All persons wishing to purchase any of the abovo
articles aro paiticulurly invited to call and pride the ,
articles in his Store before buying? elsewhere as ho
is determined to sell as low, and by a little Jewing,
lower than can be bought any where else in tha
The Subscriber considers it hardly neessary to
mention the ai tides m particular as he is confident
that no one can come amiss by enquiring fo rany siti
cle belonging to o Drug Store. '
N. B. Merchants and Physicians wilt find it
to their advantage to call and buy such articles as
they may stand in need of, as they shall bo accom
modated at a very low percentage.
In few words all are respectfully invited to call,
see and judgo for themselves.
Bloomsburg, July 10, 1843. tf 39
Hp M,corner of Walnut tf Third streets.
JL HE subscribers return their sincere thanks to
No , their friends for the favors so liberally bestow,
cd on them, and beg leave to assure them that no
efforts shall be wanting on their part to merit a
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All description? of Binding neatly executed.
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II- WEBB, Agent.
lii&t ot tellers,
Remaining in the Post office at Bloomsburg,
Sept, 30th 1843.
George Beers, Mrs. Mary Maranda Ecbort,
Elija Koucben, Misa Maria Koucblen,
Mr. William Marks.
FROM the subscriber a colored girl,
aged about ten years, bound to, me from the
Almshouse Philadelphia. All person are
cautioned not to harbor her on my account,
as I will pay no charges for keeping, nor
for returning her.
E. G. RICKETS.
Orangeville, Sept. 13, "1842.
That I have purchased at Constable Sale tho
followiug articles sold by Richard Brewer
Constable on the 31st inst.as the property of George
Harlxcl all, of which property I have loaned to
tho soid George Hartzel djring my pleasure, of
which the public will take notice.
Ono Lot Oats $ 5 00, Ryo $10: -Wheat $5,
Straw $3 50,onepairQuiIlars $1 13, one Log
Chain SI two Ploughs $4 13, one Harrow $1 35,
one Calf 53 40, one Heifer f 6, one lot Potatoes
in the ground three dollais seventy fivo cents, do.
Corn, eight dollars, do. Buckwheat, threo dollars,
half a Waggon two dollars, Apples three dollars
twenty fivo cents, Harness five dollars seventy fivo
August 31st, 1843.
Broke into the enclosuro of the snbsiri
ber about 3 months since, a
droopping a little in his horns, and about
four years old. Tho ownor is requested to
take him away aad pay charges,
Madison Oct 1st,
IS hereby given to all concerned, that I have
purchased of Joseph Grimm, ono Mantlo clock,
ono Bcaurcau, ono Heifer two Hogs, ono Bed, ons
wing Tablo, ond havo loft them in his potjCsion,
during my pleasure. I forbid any person purcha
ng, or tolling them away, without rriy consent.