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BV James montoomkry.'
When Friendship, Love, and Trutli abound
Among a band. of Brothers)
The cup of joy goes gaily round
Each shares the bliss of others:
Sweet roses grace the thorny way
Along this vale, of sorrow;''
The flowers th'at shed their leaves to day
Sult bloom again to morrow:
How grand in age.how fair in youth
Are holy Friendship, Love; and Truth!
On Halcyon' wings bur moments pass
.Life's croel'cares beguiling;
Old Times lays down his' scythe and glass
In. gay good humor smiling:
With ermine beard and forelock grey,
His rovetond front adorning
He looks' like Winter "tura'd to' May.
Night soflen'd into Mor'ningl ,
How grand in age, how fair in youth..
Are holy Friendship, Love, and Truth t ,
From these delightful, fountains flow
Ambrosial tills of pleasure;
Can man deeircjr can heaven bestow
A more resplendent, treasure?
Adorn!d whli gems so richly bright
We'll form a .Constellation
TV here every Star, with modest light
. Shall gild his' proper station.
How grand in age, how fair in youlh' '
Ate holy Friendship, Love, and Truth)
From Graham's Magazine for August
I STRIKE MY ELAG."
BY REV. WALTER COLTON V. 8. M.
1 strike; not to a sceptred king -"k
man of mortal breath
A weak imperious, guilty thing'
Islrike to tbee,.0 Death!
I strike that flag, which in the fight
The hopes of millions hailed
The flag, which threw its meteor light
-Where England's" lion quailed '
1 strike to thee, whose mandates fall '
, Alike,on king and slave
Wliose livery is the shroud and pall
And palace-court the grave.
Thy capiives crowd the caverned earth
They filbhc rolling 'sea
From court and camp;, the wave and hearth
, F- Mill Mil IIHVH IlllWril VI Limn.
tut thou stern Death; must yet resign
Thy sceptio. o'er this dust;
The Power that raaftes the aaortal thine
L Will yet remand bis fate.
flThafrniglity Toi'co shall reachlhis ear
.jA . Beneath the grave's cold clod
-; This form: these features reappear
In.lifo before their God
"x.Bsi wonts oi me iate uommoaore nun
MY OWN PET WIFE.
Bright is .thy forehead pure and free
As the warm love I bear to thee;
And bright to me as summer's sky
Is the. dark radiance of thine eye;
Bright is thy cheek, which ever glows
With the soft tints which deck the. rose
Bright is thy lip, whose crimson sweet
Still breathes of love without deceit:
And bright thy chin, whose playful life
Endears me to my vwn pet wife!
Bright is the smile" which decks thy brow'
And teaches each loved friend to know
The. welcome that he, has to share
Our homely, yet no niggard fare;
And brighter still that smiles improves
"When e'er thy watchful care removes
The well bleached damask from the board,
To, place the wine our choicest hoard,
For valued guest our friend through lifo
Or dining with jnj own pet wife!
Sweet is thy converse, dear the tale
"Where with yon struggle to regale
Our cheerful mood, and help refine
The pleasure of my friend and wine;
But if you join in song or glee,
Thenidoublyjmeet is melody:
And, oh! bow sweet, how deep the thrill
The sacred ecstacy I feel.
When thy pure song from earth set free,
Braalhes homage to the Deity;
Thenrt thou dearer far than lifo
More deeply loved my own pet wifel
Bear is the sound of thy light tread
Floating around me as if bred,
With fairy cadence, to beat time
To music of a purer clime. , :
Dear is thy every look and tono
When.moining draws me from ,my home;
And dearer far to me they seem
When evening leads me back again;
Then is the cloud and storm of life
Made sunshine by my own pet toft!
A DIFFICULTY SETTLED.
John, Why is this dirtnot taken awayt
We have no waggon on the premises
Then dig a ditch at the back of the house
nnd throw it in. But whit are we to do
with the earth which will be due out
Fool, don't bother me; make a ditch big
enough to put earth, rubbish, dirt and all
Tl,a rnM tiithNis' thorns the diamond
Us peeks; ana the bestH bis fsiing
A ..V V ..V... .
SEASONABLE & CHEAP
TfE fe'unscniDEns liavo jusl received from
Philadelphia, and arc now opening a largo as
which they offer to the public; at tho most reduced
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Theit stock of goods constslsln part, of Superfine,
common and 'conrso Cloths, Cassimcrs, .Satinets,
Muslins, Silks; Satins, Mouselino do Lafnci,
I awns, .Merinos, Laces; American Nankins,
Brown. .Hollands,-Flannels, Sillcind Cot
ton "Velvets, Silk and cotton Handker
chiefs,Lady's and Gentlemen's White
colored Hose Gloves and Mils
,0F ALL SORTS. AND SIZES,
&C, &C, &C., ,&C,
' '' AND " '
. SUGARS, COFFEES &t TEAS
of assorted qualities.
MOLASSES, FISH 6 SPERM OIL.
TobaccoSnuff", Spices, Salt, Soap", Candles., Bran'
dy, Gin, Whiskey, Sicily, Lisbon, Port "and "'
Madeira Wines, &c, &!c, &d:, ''
Tho subscribers flatter themselves, that in this
lino they cannot bo excelled any where in tho coun
tr y. As they import dircatly from the manufactu
rers, they arc enabled to sell superior articles at very
low rates. Their stock is extensivo and variegated
and they invite tho public far and near, to examine
it before they purchase elsewhere.
Hardware, Cutlery Sec
Bar, Round, Rolled, Sheet, Hoop and
Band Iron ; Cast, Shear, German,
Crowley, Spring and English and
American Blister Steel, Anvils,
Vicesj Nails, Spikes, Hinges,
Screws, Locks, Latches, $
Building materials of all
kinds ; Copper and Iron Ket
tles, Pols, Boilers, Taa Ket
tles, Frying and Dripping Pans,
Wagon boxes, cj-c. Tin ware, Wire,
Lead, Spelter, and Block Tin.
A Large' assortment of Plane bits, Chisels; Files,
Shovels and Tongs, Knives He Forks, Pocket and
Pen Knives, Table and Tea Spoons, Coffee Mills,
uoe.cn L,aco and Trimmings.
Flax seed Oil, and spirits of Turpentine; sweeping
brushes, weavers brushes, shoo brushcs.cloth blush
es, corn brooms, ifC
Cedar Ware a good supply.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
(TjTHAT having becomo satisfied from sad ex
perience, that the "UNLIMITEXJ CREDIT SYS
TEM," as heretofore practised, is ruinous both to
.ourselves and our customers, we have decided that
it is better for us, and for them, to do a small busi
ness for ready pay than an extensive ono for prom
ises, and shall, therefore, sell our goods at a small
profit for ready pay,such as COUJVTnV l'HO
JUBCJB, not forgctting'CASH' believing that all
will be satisfied upon trial, that, the i'NO CREDIT
axoitiAj," istno msriiSU "t'OLICV:," as it
win, in aii cases not oniy save, a large, per centago
in "the purchase money, but is a sure preventative
against the exactions of the fees of justices and con
stables. No small saving these hard times. Then let
all remember tho motto, "Pay asyou go," and no
"mocasin tracts will follow.
WILLIAM M'KELVY & CO.
Bloomsburg, Juno 24, 1643.
JYOTICE TO SHOOIj DMUECTOItST,
THAT the annual reports of the Superintend.
Cnt of ffrtmmnn KJinrt!a fnr im .,al ICO
With a COT)V nf tllA firhnnl T.nw. linn hwn '
,V " ' " bVV..kU
by,lho county commissioners, and aro now ready
By order of commissioners.
J. S. WILSON, Clerk.
Danville, June 23,- 1843.
A two story Frame
& LOT;situatcd on.ilfain Street -.opposite St.Paul's.
Juno 3; 1843.
IS hereby niven. to all concerned that I
have purchased, at private sale, of Jacob
Lathaw, one bureean, ono clock,one sink,
one Desk, and two acres of tobacco on tho
ground, and have left the same in his pos
session during my ploasure.
Aug, 3. 1843
OF ALL KINDS, WILL BE RECEIV
ED in payment of accounts due the printer.
fbf Angu'sf Term 1843. '
,j&'ner creek Charles 11. Bowinah ;.
iJoom-Samuel A'chonbath, Daniel Gross; tsdad
Dcrry ChaHes- .Clark
Greenwood Joseph" I.cmon, Isaao R. Kline,
'Amos Yeagcr ' ' -
Liberty Robert Montgomery, John Douty,Moi
Hs TitUs, John Hcndrickson ,
Madison Caleb Thomas -
Motioning Clarenco II. Frlck, David King
MiJJlinlocob Goho, John Shuman','John' II.
Keller, jr, Samuel Miller'
Mohteur Peter Rupert, 1 Franklin ' Hartraan,
Sugarloaf William Kilo ,
Valley- Daniel Pursel.
Traverse Jurors First Week,
Brier creek John Creasy. ",
Bloom Alexander M'Carty, Peter. Mcnsch,
Jacob Heinhach, BemanVRupert,
Calawissa John Ritte'r, jr, Abrahami Ludwig,
Deny Philip Scidle
G'ree'n wood Abraham Kline, Richard Pollock,
Jonas Hayman, Charles, Eyes
Jackson John Savago
Liberty RoberSimonton, Joseph Dean
Zimcso)!e-Danic'l GoUgcrJ Hugh Fulton
Madison-Valentino Wellivcr, John Ghristian
JlMontng--Charles C. Loyd, Thomas Woodsido
Thomas C. Ellis, William G Miller
Miffliti-Joseph Winlcrsteen, henry Crcasy,Jolin
Gcarharl, Solomon Houscnecht
Mount Pleasant Samuel Johnson
Orange Hiram R Kline
J . , .Lj ..I. w V. ..... " O , J 0 I
Benjamin 'Wagonet, Wlllidm DoUman
Valley-William Caldwell. ,
Brier creek, John Doak, .Frederick Shaffer
Bloom, Henry icidley, Michat) Hagenback
Calawissa. Jacob Shultz. Washineton Haider,
Joseph Ycttcr, Jesso Yocum, John Mcnsch
JJerry, Uam w Uerr
Greenwood, John R Albertson, John Richart
Hemlock, Isaac Lcidy,- Vaniah Reese;' John Jir-
Jaclison, John Shultz, Lott Parker
Liberty, David Cortncr
Madison. Jonathan Johnson, Thomas .Barber,'
Uriah Mills, John Hcndcrshot .
Mahoning, George KaulTman, WestleyK ucar-
hart, Henry Sanders. - .. ..
Mifflin, Benjamin Hoho, Henry Lair,- Charles
Nu'ss' ' i-
Ulouht uhasant, Isaac Kcster, Peter Oman, jr,
Hearing creek, Thomas Bowman John W Da
Sugar Loaf, Philip Shultz
Valley, Abraham Fenstcrmachcr, David Blue.
The Subscribers having fitted up the CARD
ING MACHINES with NEW CARDS.and
made a number of improvements In the .machines,
they aro confident they can do as good work as any
Factory in the county. If any person brings them
good wool, and the work is not dono well, they will
pay a fair price for it.
We will receive wool at the following places,
once a week, and return it when finished.
On .Mondays Kaufman's store, Montcur,- IV.
Donaldson and E. B. Reynold's stores, Danvillo.
Tuesdays Eycr & Heflley's store, Bloomsburg,
Barton's Espey, Harman's halfway house, Bow
man's Mill, Bricrcrcek.
Wednesdays Morris mill and McKclvy's Red
mill. Hemlock, Shoemaker's store, Buckhorn, 13i
sel's store, Jerscytown.
Frldafi Hagenbuch's Tavcm Seidletown,John
son's, Orangcville, Daniel Peelers, Flshingcreek,
nenry .uutenbenuers, Uambria, and Uodson s mill,
(EjPJainIy written directions must accompany;
each parcel, that no mistake may be made.
DAVIS & MOOD.
Millgrove, Bloom tp: Juno 17,1843, "
IN pursunance of an order of the Or
phan's Court of Columbia county, on Sat
urday the 19th of August next.at ten o'clock
in the forenoon Polei Girlon & MiHattman
Administrators &c. of Michael Ilartman.
late of Jackson townsnip in said county,
ilan.Aa.il ... 1 1 . . 1 . , , ,
ud.cubgui yviu LjLpuou jo saie uy puDllc
venuue upon tne f reraisos, a certain tract
of land situate in Jacksmi inwrmhin. ml.
joining lands ot Humphrey I?arker,Beuago
rawer,, ivoDen jjocKart anu oilier contain
there is a Log House and a Log Barn on
the premlses,abnut soventv acres of cleared
land wheroon is an apple orchard, late the
Estate of said deceased, situate in the
township of Jackson and county aforesaid.
JAUUU UYHKLY, Clerk.
Danville, July 29, 1843
THAT T linTAmirrbflepil fit rnnctnl.T.. .V
- ",..u, Dam a. UID
property of Daniel Ziegler two acres of buckwheat
in we siuuuu, iwo apics oi corn in ino ground, two
acres of oats in the ground, hewed logs, cilia, gir-
J jv.v. .u vas lut UJ UWOf
boards; one lot of doors; ono lot door frames; ono
mi wiiiuow irames,ono lot window sasU; one lot
nOIchrjOsts Onn'lnt RfllfT infi.nitrt1 fnr .nr.!l. -
' I , . - WW.I1191I U k U
louse, pne wheelbarrow, Dno chest of carpenter
iuui, uiiu iiiumiB ciock, one uceit, one doz. chairs
one bureau one looking glass pne.dining table ono
sewing sland ond one hbrso waggon one plow, end
have left tho same in his possession during my
Iwmuiu ui wmca ino puplic.wiu laKe notice.
August, 6 1843,
informs liis friends
hnd tho 'travelling public, irt
general; that 'hb has taken
thb nbovb'Hotcl sitdato In
tho centro of the I6wn of
tv Pa., and formclv occupi
ed by D. Clark. "Where he Will bo: happy to wait
upon thdso Who will favor hlra wilh their custom.
Tho ?bcl Is largo And commodious and well
furnished throughout, nnd no pains will be spared
to render, general satisfaction,
collis table will bo furnished With .the best tho
untry can .afford. . . , ,
His Bar is vvcll stored with tho best ofliquors. .
Excellent stabling is attached "to", the establish
ment and "careful and attentive hostlers aro always
Caltawlssa, May 13, '18433.
IS, HEREBY GIVEN.
TO all legatees, creditors and other persons
interested in the estates of tho respective Jc
scedncnts and minors that the administration mid
cuardian accounts of tho said estates have been
filed in the Office of the Register of tho county of
Columbia and will bo presented lor the continua
tion and allowance lo tho Orphan's court to bo
held at Danville, in and for the county aforcsaid,ori
Wednesday tho 23d day of August next at 2 o'clock
1 Tho account of Russcl J'.Wclliver Executor of
tho last will end testament of christian vcllivcr,lato
of Madison township, deceased.
2 Tliolmal account otJohn Uunkle ono ot the
Administrators of Peter Dunkle Into of'l.imcstone
tp.-deccased, and also of Daniel Gouger Executor of
Nicholas liougcr deceased: who was another ot tho
Administrators of said deceased.
3 The account of Jesse Bowman and of John
Buzzard, surviving Executors of tlic late will and
testament of Silas Englc, lato of Brictcreck Town-
4 Tho account ,ot John.iiualics. .Executor oi the
lato will and testament of Sarah Hoar; late of Roar-
ingcrcek township, deceased.
5 Tho accoumt of Richard Wilson and James
Perry, Administrators of tho cstato of James Perry.
Liberty Township deceased.
G Tho account ol Joseph Alaus, Administrator
of tho estate of Justus Strawbridgo late of Mahon
ing Township deceased.
7 I he account of Joseph Maus Administiators,
of the estate of ohubal otrawbndgc lato of Valley
UHAKLES CONNER, Register.
Recister's Office, Danville, ?
July, 22, 1843, J
WHERBAS, the Hon. ChaYiles Dosaiji
Prcsidentof the. Court of Oyer and Tcr,
miner , and Gcncrnl Jail Delivery, Court, of Quarter'
sessions ot tho I'cace.and Court of (Jommon Pleas
and Orphans' Court in tho c!i;hth iudicial disirict.
composed of tho counties of Northumberland,
union, uoiumma and J.ycoming; and the Hor.
William Donaldson and Gcoriie Mack, Gs-
quiies, Associate Judges in Columbia county.liavc
issued tlieir precept beaming date tho 28th day ol
Apru in i no year or our l.oni ono tnousand
eight hundred and forty-thrcc,and to me dirccted,for
A Court of Oyer and. Terminer, and Gen
eral Jail Delivery, General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, Common Pleas
and Orphan's Court.
IN DANVILLE, in the County of Columbia.
on ,tho third Monday of August jiext, (being, the
SI st day) and to continue two weeks :
Notico is therefore hereby given to
tne Coroner, tho Justices of tho Peace, and Con
stables of the said county of Columbia, that (hey
oe men anu mere in mcir proper persons, at, JO
o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisitions and other remembrances, to
those things which to their olliccs appertain to
bffdone. And those that aro bound by recocni
zances, to prosec'uto against'tho prisoners that are
ui may uo in me J an ui sam county oi uoiumuia,
aio to bo then and there to prosecute against them"
as shall bo just, Jurors aro requested to bo punc
tual in their attendance, agreeably jo their notices.
.Dated at Danvillo, the. 30th day of June, in
tho year of our Lord one' thousand eight
hundred and forty-three and in tho 07 year
of tho Independence of the United Slates
JOHN FRUIT Shttff,
Sheriff's Office, Danville, 1
June 30, 1843. $
List of Causes.
For August Term, 1843.
1 Mary Slrawbridge vs Jesse Funsion
2 Frederick Beates, Ex.vs Henry Follmer
3 Franeis Balls, Adms. vs John Rhopds
4 Nathan Collin vs David Petrikin et al
5 Abraham Terwilllgor vs Daniel Gross
6 Charles Carlledgo vs Jas. Slrawbridge
7 Nicholas Kindt vs Nancy Rohr
8 Wm, Wilson vs Cornelius Garretson
9 Isaiah Shnman vs Daniel Costenbador
10 Albert.B. Ashton et al. vs Christian
Ash, et al
11 John M' Williams el al vs. Jos. Maus
12 John M. Maus,vs Thomas Brandon
13 Leonard Stoughlon vs Benj, P. Fiink
14 Leonard Stonghton vs Charles F. Mann
15 Thomas Connelly vs Henry Rhoads
16 John II. James etal vs. Wm. Beechem
17 John Mears vs John Trego el al
18 John II. James etal vs. Jos. D. Hahn
19 Samuel Hackenberg vs Wm. Heiher-
ington nt al
20 Samuel Hackenberg vs Martin Rishel
21 Jacob Sechler, et i vs Isaac Fosnaughl
22 Charles Shoemaker ve Thomas Moore-
head ct al
23 David Derr vs Daniel Foljmer
24 Mary Ann Derr et al vs Dan. Follmer
25 George R. Martin vs;Leib & Trego
COLLECTORS are hereby notified that
they must look well round by August Court
and be able to make good payments. Those
ihet aro. bapk must try and have their du
plicates soltled off by that time.
By order of the Commissioners,
L. B, RUPERT, Trm,
July 1, 1843.
Longiys Cfreat West
Compounded entirely of Vegetable Sub.
stances: Free from Calomel aftf
rrr.Fot the history of ihis Medicine, and in um
rivalled and truly surprising success and popular!'
ty, see largo bills.
It ia recommended as a ccneial cathartic tnr r,,
lly use in dyspepsia and all bilious disease, it ij
invaluable tor Asthma it is 'ousidcrrd n specific
no case having.ycl" occurred which it has failed Id
cure-T-for common colds, inflammatoly diseased
rheumatism, allcctions of the liver, &c, and for fo
males, it.is a safo and excellent remedy.
From lion. Robert Monell, Circuit Judge (Sixth
Circuit) in tlie Sae of New York,
Greene, Nov. 23, 1842,
Col. Longloy DcarwSir : I thank you for tho hot
tlo of Panacea sent by .Mr, Johnson. I liovc used
one bottlo of your valuable medicine for myself, and
in my family, and am well satisfied it is a safe ami
'valuable medicine. I have found it tho best remedy
forbillioUs attacks, to which I am subject, that I
have used, My neighbor, to whom I loaned your
medicine speaks of it as great relief in dyspepsia.
Your Ob't. Scry't. ROJ'T. MONELL.
From Doct. Stlai ll!cs, of Bingha mion,
Mr. Longley Dear Sir; I have used your Great
Western Indian Panacea in my falnlly,andhavo re
peatedly prescribed it for patients under my carc.and
am satisfied that it isalwa.vs a safo.and in very ma
ny cases nn invaluable medicine. It operates as a
laxative without nausea, or pain;and while it effec
tually obviates costiveness acts upon the stomach
and liver as'an alternative, correcting acidity, and
restoring tho hcaUhy condition of'thoso organs.
Very respectfully yours, S. WEST.
Agcr.ts. Bloomsburg, Ji R'. Mayer, Ephraim
Lutz,Lime ttidgc, Anderson & Miller.
No.G-Ucomcr of Walnut S" Third streets
TllE subscriber return their sincere thanks to
tlieir friends for the favors so Ijl erclly besto w
cd on them, and leg leave to assure Ihein that no
efforts shall bo wanting on 'their fait to merit a
continuanco of tlieir patronage', Uolh in rcfcrcncoto
workmanship and cheapness of prico to suit tho
It is highly advantageous to Gentlemen and In
stitutibiis having Libraries, to apply direct to Ilia
Binder, making at least a saving of 10 lo 20 po
cent, ond sometimes more.
All descriptions of Binding neatly executed.
Genllemcn's Libraries lilted up and repaired, Mu
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Deed Books, ltuy-llooUs, Ledgers, Journal
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CLYDE &. WILLIAMS.
N, D. Old Books rebound with ' ucatn'os9 and
despatch, slso Files of Papers.
Harrisburg, March 2G, 1842. Cmo. 48.
All orders for binding, or for .blank books, left ot
this office, will be forwarded, and returned as toon
II. WEBB, Agent,
last of Xcttci-s '
REMAINING in tho Posf Offlce at' Coltawis
so for tho quarter ending June 30, 1843,
Brosus Mariah Leib O, D. 8
Boone Tlewion Lorah Michael1 ' '
Brock Selah ' - Liltle'Abram
Bird William S MannJohn'P. 8
Cleaver James Mann.A..Hi
Clark Florence (IIciraA W'd).McKclvy& Paxlon
Clark. David Moreley Thomas
Clark Wm. (Adms. of) Miller Wm.
Cary Hugh Pleasants James 6
Dor-man Wm. Potter Thomas
Dutch Letter Prince Lysandcr 2
Davis Wm. Paxton Joseph 8
Ellis Miss Matilda Perry & Trego
Elic Miss Aima Potton James
Evan David ' Rapp Jacob
Flncher & Thomas a Rohrback Wm. 2
Frick B. P. Ritz John
FctcroffMichahel Richaid Jonas
Gearbart Wm. Reed Wm.
Harder Washington 2 Shick Mrs. Sarah
7ayhurst Benjamin Sivcrling William 2
Banco Wm. Shubtr Daniel
Hughes ll'm. Shultz Jacob
Hollinshcad Wm. Search' Wm.' '
Haiper Isaac Search Gcdrgo
Hawk George .Sharplcss J; & K,
Hughland Jonathan Traup William
Hartman Scth Tcter JSlias
Krum enry Tarr Andrew
Kruni John , Willcts Gcorgo II. 2
KUIer Daniel Wolivcr Philip
Persons colling tor letters in tho abovo list will
plcaso say Ihey aro advcrtUcd.
u. A, UROBST, P. Mt
LIST OF LETTER ST
TTB EMAINING in the Post Oflico at Blooms
Mmj urg Juno 30, 1813.
Harman Clino, Joseph Dibhngj Mrs. Mary Ma
rapdaEchcrd, J, Lovi, Charles Michel, Jamc
Itutherfurd, John Wridncr, JohnRouch, Andrew
Crcvcling, Andrew Cummong.
Persons calling for letters in the above list will
please. say they are advertised,
JOHN R. MOVER, P. M,
TAVERN KEEPERS mutt bear in mind; that
thpy must.pay tjicir licenies by Tucsday.of
tho first week of August court.thoy vvilj no rctufned
according to law, . '
L. B. RUPERT, Trevs,
July 22, 1813,