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From the Naw. York Mercury.
Oh, there's a chirm In woman's yi
Sweat poiton in her tear!
To see her weep and hear her sljh,
Jfakea a perion feel about the gizzard
rather queer. QTurn steady, Ntuirod
O.youngLoehinrar it come out of the west'
With brrechea all torn, & no sign of a vest;
Hie hat ia moil allocking all Uttered hi
kni hie face is disguised by Jorig whiskers
'Not. a drum wee heard, nor a funeral note,
As hie corpse to the rampart we hurried,
But we heard the squeslof a captured shoal,
And ccnfeis we fell flustered and hurried.
'Now is not a pity auch a pretty girl as 1'
Should, be laced up and stayed up to pine
away and die t
But I must be laced yes, I must beisced
1 as so fond of fashion that 1 must be laced
''When lovely woman stoops to folly.
And finds loo Ins that men betray,
She might as well be gay and Jolly
as make a dn fuss about'it Shocking
ahocking I moil horrible, Nimroil! Bo a
Utile more careful if you please.
'Afy pretty Jane, my pretty Jane,
Ah never look so shy;'
You think that you have modesty,
I think 'its al 'n my eye.'
'My wife aha(l dance and I will sing,'
The children all shall play;
We'll make the darn'd old kitchen ring
And thus drive care away.
AWhy dots azure deck the sky!'
Because 'tis rubbed with indigo;
Why is ted the roies dye!'
When I find out I'll let you kuow.
'When twilight dews were falling fsst
Upon the rosy sea,'
How ofi I've ran away from home,
And bad a glorious spree 1
Spoons, O. G.
IT'l WEEL IT'B NAE WAURV
1 ST SOWAKD POMff.
It's true frien's, it's true,
And I'm wea, to confess,
That our joy ynicht fce mair.
An' our grief micht be less,
But we ay get a raoutliful'.
I ho we whiles henna whar
01' frien's b
- ..'It's wsel it's i
.ife'ti " dreet the giruin,'
0' cauld gloaesin' care,
Tet o' hops.s morning sang
Hea we no had aur share!
Tho' the eary be dark whiles,
There's yae some hit star
'It's weel it's asa waur
We've sieken'sl in sorow
At parting to-day,
But the aeeting te-smotrow
Can chase it away;
Ad if soma frien's hae wither'd
Sin ere were afar
We ken whar their banes lie
'It's weal it's mi waur.'
Our ills hs'e been rnpay:
We'tl al had our shsrs,
- An' use doubt we'vs whiles lhacht
That could hae maK.
Bui yet there are thoutan'e
Mair wretched by far,
Then O! frien's be thankful,
'It's weel jt'e nie rnaar.'
A pen la register, a key
That winds through various wards.
Are oft assign'd to Memory
Ay allrgorie bards.
As aptly alsa might be given
A peneil to hsr hand.
i na souening onjects, sometimes- even
Outstrips the hearts demand.
That smooths forgone distress, the
Of lingering care subdue,
Long vanished happi.iess refines,
And elothss it blighter hues.
Yet like a tool of Fnncy works
Thus spectres to dilate,
That startles conscience as she lurks
Within hsr lonely seit.
Obi that our lives, which ilea sa fast,
In purity were such,
Tlut not an image of the pssl
Might fear that pencil's touch.
Retirement then might hourly look
Upnn a southing eeene,
A" steal to his allotted hoek
Cuuteoted and serene.
With, heart as ealtn as lakes thai alesp
In frosty moonlight glistening,
.Or mountain rivers where thsy creep
Along a channel smooth and deep,
their wwitfareff pwnwtarijftUi.
THE'tfEW VOLUME OF
THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE
VOLUME XI, COMMENCING JULY, 1842.
Job L. O'SollitAH, Editor.
Bs sri Increase In the number of pages, and by an
alteration in its typographical arrangeriients, the
quantity of matler heretofore furnished to the rea
ders ol the Democratic Review, will be increased in
its future numbers about 1
SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
The Editor expects valuable aid to his own efforts
during the coulse of the coming year, from a num
ber ol tho most able prns of tho great liemocrutic
Party together with that of ohcrs, in Its purely
literary department, to which the "same political des
ignation is not to be applied. Among' them may
be particularly named ;
Bancroft, Parke. Godwin, J. L, Stephens
J, L.Cooper. Hawthorne, Tilden,
A. Kendall, Davezac, Tasistro,
Whiltier, Paulding, Eamea,
Sedwick, A H Everett, Bryant,
Gilpin Brownson, Cars,
Butler, . Cambreleng, C. J. Jngersoll.
The Monthly Financial and Commercial arti
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will be continued from Uiu same able-hand.
An arrangement has been made, by uhich the
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by himself. t
Among olher attractive paper in preparation for
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private life of General Jackson, from the pen of sn
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" Got. Dona, of Rhode Island,
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Bloomsburg August 14, 1841. 16
I SHAIX DO IT!!
Alth persons indebted to me must make pay
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uj FREDERICK fiRflflER.
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ETTER & HEFFL V ;
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DRY GOODS, GROCERIES; HARD
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QUEENSff'K RE, rc.
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Summer wear; Calicoes; Ging
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ind a variety of other articles suitable for the season
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ment as is u silly found in country stores.
(TV-COUNTRY PRODUCE will be received in
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Our friends, and the public generally, are req
uested to call and examine for themselves.
Bloomsburg, June 25, 1812. 9
Be ye purified in your blood,
And Health will attend you.
The life of thi Flesh is in the Blood."
Leviticus, c. xvii. xi.
HOW IS THE BLOOD TO BE PU
Thousands can answer this question who
know Jrom actual experience that
DR. LEIDS'S BLOOD PILLS,
A COMFONANT PART OF WHICH 13
Are the safest, best, and most effectual Pills
now in existence.
JjGST you may be deceived s
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
DR. LEW ITS BLOOD PILLS,
A COMPONANT PAIIT OF WHIC
ET is attempted by Quacks and Impoafora to in
troducc their vile and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their name that of "BLOOD PILLS"
knowing that the Blood Pills manufactured by Dr.
l.ciily nave nlitaincd the tp-eatest reputation oj any
Villi in existence, and think by such trickery to
impose upon the public by. selling theirs upon the
popularity of Dr. Leidy's Blood Pills.
X he public are therefore particularly requested to
lie cautious when pnrchasing, to ask for Dr. LEI
DY'S BLOOD PII LS.
The public arc assured that Br. Letdu's Blood
fills are the safest, best, and most efficacious
of any .now ia. use, containing neither Mercury or
ttie .Minerals, and may tie employed liy young and
old, male and female at all limes and under all
circumstances without fear from taking cold, re
straint trom diet m living or occnpation.
In all cases where a purgation may be necessary
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oi the Stomach, griping or any other unpleasant
i, utthcr comment is deemed unnecessary the
numerous certificates published from time to time
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convinced tho'incredulous, and for tho .further in
formation of all othcis, Dr.Leidy refers them to the
directions which accompany each Box.
They are prepare' anil old,who!c.le and retail,
at Br.JiElB Y'S HK.1t. Tit KMl'OniU.V,
No. 191 JS'OItTir 8ECOJYB Street, below
Vino street, (sign of the Golden Eagle and Ser
pents.) Also Bold at
Lutz'g Health Emporium, Bloomtbure.
nor xu, itm.
TETTER! T TTER!
DR. LEIDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT. An infallablfl remedy for
various affections of the SKIN, removing
Pimples, Pustules, and Eruption of tho
SKIN, anil particularly adapted to the cure
of TETTER and ITCH.
This ointment has been used in numer
nits schools throughout the city and county
as well as Fact6ries, employing numerous
girls anil boys.and among whora 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 stipetintendantB and Proprietors of Fac
toiieg, could be given.cnnfirming the above,
ut for the delicacy they feci, in having their
namcti published in connection with such
loathsome; and disagreeable affpcii'jns. .
Prepared and stild at Dr. Leidy's Health
.Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eagle and
Serpeants,) No. 101 north tecond street, be
low Vine; alsO sold at
Lutz'slieulth Lmporium, Blopmsburg.
NawSO, fdi. ae
EEYS OTO THE x
Formerly opi ned by D. S, TOBIAS.
ME3rECTFULLV jiiformB his friends, ami
,WM the aublic, generally, thttt,ho. has just recciv
d from Philadelphia a new and extcnslva nun,,
mcnt of 1
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints
varnisucs, tiass, llycstiiJI'H,
which, in addition to his former stock, comprises c
complete assortment of articles in his line of businesa,'-
A M . - 1.1-1 1 r . i .
t I'cBius wiHuiuy iu pureiidse uuy oi inc auova
articles arc particularly invited io call and price th
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is determined to'sell as low, and by a little Jewing,
lower than can be bought ony where clso, in tie.
Thn SllbRr.rilinr rnnnbtpr. ll hnr.ttw nn.e.a.M
. . , " , ""'"V "wfa,j iu
mention tho aiticlcs in particular bs he is confident
mat no one can come amiss uy enquiring to rany alti
clo belonging to a Drug Store.
N. U. Merchants and Physicians will find it
to their advantago to call and buy such articles as
tney may stand in need ol, as they shall be accom
modated at a very low percentage.
tn fmv wont nil am rnanartfntttf invil A.l n II
, ' .v .v....H..j iu villi,
see and judge for themselves.
Bloomsbnrg, July 10, 1842. tf S9;
TM.corner of Walnut Third slreeft
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Harrisburg.Nov. 18, 1842
Broke into Ithe enclosure oftho sttbstri
ber about 3 months since, a,
droopping a little in his horns, and about
four years old, The ownor is requested to
take him away ant! pay charges,
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