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GOLD PENS, PORT MONNAIES,
POCKET BOOR'S, Bair Brushes. Tooth Brusbes.Tooth
Picks, Tableaux. Pen Knives. China Dead Receiv
ers. Alabaster Jewelry. Boxes, Piquet }ruche Albums
and p e rt Eak ss , Padded Desks. (a new-article.) at
G. G. CLAIBORNE'S
WE. have just received a large assortment of fresh
GrOceries- sugars in every variety: Molasses at
all prides. some very superior Syrup; Coffee, green and
roasted ; Teas of ull kinds and at all prices. and every
article usually kept in a well regulated Grocery Store—
all lot sale very cheap by
H. H. FRY 6: CO..
at Their New Store, oppo.ite the BnnlC
Columbia. April 10.1554.
NATE r e e s par f e :h a l ! tkhine il d, for fiL lil o c
r d u l g eite es Store, l an
Puddings, and Custards, which we do not hesiame to pro
nouncr superior to anything of the kind offered for tittle.
Our COLOGNF,. which we offer by the putt or gallon,
will bear the lee! or any extunittatton.
Columbia, March 20, 18d2.
MOUNT EAGLE TRIPOLI.
THIS artinle is highly recommended for cloan•ing and
polishing metals. such as Gold. :silver. Brass. and
13ritantua,Windose Glnss,&c. For sale at the FAMILY
MEDICINE STORE. Locast street.
Columbia, March 20. 15,52.
,GARDEN SEEDS, GARDEN SEEDS.
IUST received an extensive assortment of fresh
.Garden Seeds. of every kind. They are warranted
to be fresh and genuine. For sale at the Golden Mortar
.Drug Store. W. A. LEADER..
Columbia, February 7,19.59.
VERMICELLI AND MACCARONI.
WE fu T „ g 4 ln o d r o t t i y „ c e ni t 7 , e v l o n
a t; i r.lll!, ag a rs c t ;i a n s t . e e tmtea II
necessary for us to obtain a fresh supply. For sa'e at
the FAMILY MEDICINE STORE, Odd Fellows' hall.
Columbia, March 29, 1852.
SPORTSMEN. THIS WAY:
LUST received, a new lot of DOUBLE and SIN
GLE BAnREL GUNS. Game Rags. shot Pouches,
-Powder Horns, he. Also. Powder of the fittest quality.
and all sizes of shot—to usl of which the attettu out of
purchasers is inetted. .R.)NAS RCM Pl.ll.
August 30,1E41. Locust street, Colutnltta
ICEOLSON'S Mechanics' Companion, or the
Elements and Practice of Carpenienng, Joining,
Bricklaying. Masonry, r,lating, Plastering, Painting.
Smalling and Turning, with Forty-six Engravings. Po.
sale at G. 6 CLAII3ORNE'S
Columbia, September 1.3,18.51.. Book Store.
AYEWS CHERRY PECTORAL.,
G UARANTEED GENUINE, for sole by
R. WILLI A MS,
Front street, Columbia, Pa
Feb:l2oz. - 2.3, 1.96":3.
LADIES` Straw Embroidered Veils. decidedly the
prettiest things of the kind ever ofrered ior sale in
this piece. For bale at KAUFFMAN'S,
Columbia, April 17, 1552 Locust street.
011. CLOTH and Water Color Waal... Shades—a
large lot, for sate et 1.1 , F.%1A N"S,
Columbia, Aprti 17, 1812 1 crust st., below the Bank
LINEN '6111:1.:TINOS, &C.—We have now opio,a
fine assortment of Linen Sheeting. and Pillow Case
Linens, winch we offer utgrestly reduced pilaus. Also
great variety of TuHe Linens at
11. 11 r r ry IS: CO'S,
Columbia, April 10, i 032
AIARSEILLES COVNTERP.A NEE. —We have Jost
In opened a large of those beautiful good',
and some very low. Call and examine them at
fl If FRI" & CO'S
New Store, oppo,lte the Bank.
Columbia, April 10, 1fr5.2.
PIANO and TABLE: COVI - .lls —Cloth Piano and
Table Covers, a large lot on hand and for sale at
HALFT:IIAN'S, LOCI.I9t street.
Columbia, April 17. 1.9.52.
FANCY CASSIMERES AND VESTINOS —We have
just opened a large and well selected assortment of
Fancy Caseimerea and vestings—some very handsome
new et} lea. Call and sec them at
H. H. FRY & CO'S
Opposite the Ibank.
Columbin, April 10,105:2
CRAPE SHAWLS, plain and embroidered, a large as
Usoruneut Just received at
KAUFFMAN'S, Locust at.
Columbia, April /0,1552.
DEATIIERS.-300 lbs. tire geese feathers, to store and
12 for sole by
C. S. KAUFFMAN, Locust st
Columbia, April 10, 1052
LACK 'I F.A.—A superior article, in ORIGINAL
urAcl AG , for sale at
KAUFFMAN'S, Locust 51.
Coltlmbia, ATtrll 10,195,2
JOI.7.SI:KEEPEKS GOODS. of all descriptions. such
1 as Linens and Sheetings, Pillow Case Linen. Line n
and Corson Daillel' Napkins, all sizes and colors, Da.
mask Table Cover., &c., at
KAUFFMAN'S, Locust sl.
Columbia, April 10, 1552.
VI D GLOVE:S.—Alexandra's Sid Glove.. light and
dark colored, for sale ut KAUFFMAN'S,
apnllo, 1552. Locust street
DRESS GOODS —All the newstyles of Ladies , Dress
Goods, received and for sale at.
1. Locust street. below the Bank
AIL WINDOW BLINDS.—We have jut opened n
large atrortment of Oil Window *linden, new put.
terns rind much cheaper than ever.
We oleo have the patent fiztaires.to put up nomething
entirely new. II 11. PRY & CO.,
Columbia, April 10, 1652. OppoFite the Wink.
niintsr. —lnc.l Apple and Legltel) Dairy Cheese, just
Vreceived and for sale at
QII.IiS,SII.Ii.S —Fancy atitl Black. Dress: 7, lllre. in store
and for stile by KAUI - 1 7 :%1.AN.
aprit TO, leSY. Locu't street.
VENITIAN BLIND 'IIIIMMINCit, of all colors and
styles, to store anti for sale by
C. S. ICArrF37.A
•o. 17 Locust street, next to the think.
Columbia, April 17, 11,.52.
QEVF.RAL BAGS BOTTLI.; CORR,: containlng about
1.) 100 gross, for sale low by R. WILLIAMS.
July D, R-51. Front sneer, Cc lumbut.
AREALLY superior article of FRI:SII CASTOR
OIL. clear of all uttpleusantness in smell or taste,
for sale by IL . WILLIAMS.
July 9, 1.551. Trout street, Columbia.
A HOST rare and fresh selection of Perfumery now
1 - 1. on hand and for sale by the f uloAc r his assort.
meat, in point of quaintty, quality and cheapness, is su
Parlor to nay in the place. Cull unit CZlitnitie.
Colombia, Sept. 14. IC'4l. It. W I I.LIAM S.
pORN LIQUID, one of the moat infallable liquids ever
kJ made for extractinc corns For 'ale at
Columbia, Nov. 15, '5l. LEADER'S Drug store.
_AILS, Paints. Window Mast, Putty, Spiro a of Turpen
V tine, Varrusbes..lec., for <ule by R. WILLIAMS.
A DA1.1.7 .1%; 'S ELIXIR. a certain cure for Headache.
Price 23 ots. For rale at
W. A. LEADERS Drug Store
Colombia, March 13, 1852.
40 OUNCES ULPFIATE OF QUININE, warranted
pure, for sale at the lowefit prices by
Front street, Columbia.
July 9, IESI
THE READY RECKONER and POCKET LAW
YER, two valuable Books, which should be in the
roareitsion of every business man—to be bad nt the
Book Store of G. G. CLAMOR NE.
Columbia, January• 31,1832.
TVST RECEIVED and for role. a general olsoloment
d of FRESH DREGS AND MEDICINES. selected
by the subecnber egress!y for prescripuon and famny
use• R %VILMA:V.,
Front street. Colunnna.
MeALLISTER'S ALL-HEALING OINTMENT. or, , he
WORLD'S SALVE, for Rule by it WILLIAM S .
Front street, Columbia.
Columbia, June 7,1851.
CORN STARCH, n highly celebrated nrizele.
faecured expressly (or culinary and dietetic pur
poses, unrivalled for pudding.. pies, custards, blorie
mange, cakes, thin cakes, &c. Also. Essence of Cofii e.
for sale by It WILLI A MS.
July 9,1851. Front street, Columbia.
FREER CHLORIDE OF LIME Ju.t received—price
very low—by R. WILLIAMS, Front street.
Columbia, May 17, BSI.
wrouNT r.Aca.r. TRIPOLI. for cleatirlng and bur
111 Melting all finirhed metallic and glare eurfacer•
tomb an gold. %t ver. brass, brdannta. and *met ware
window Pane.. &c. For sale by IL WILLIAMS.
February 29, 1b52. Front street. Columbia, Pa.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH
21' 01311 GS AND. DIEGDICINI 4 .:S at the Fsma.2
kdriatcsMs Saves; and, thankful for the liberal patronage
we have received. we will renew our exertion to keep
our articles fresh and genuine
Columbia, March 20, 1852.
7)CRF. Coneentratsd VANILLA, for sale by
rotatns a. Mtn. 2 , 1252 XV A LEADER
FRUIT AND , 471111,211113 lIELRIIIIIVS
CONFECTIONARY DZIPOT, I WHOLESALIt AND RETAIL
0. 51S Market street, between SchNuylkill CLOCK & TIME-PIECE ESTABLISHMENT,
Seventh and Eighth, Philadelphia. S
OCTIEAST corner Second and Chestnut sta.,
JOHN G. HAHN respectfully informs the public of Philadelphia. where may be found a large and splens
this and the adj - ' g counties that h e keeps always on did assortment of the best modern Improved Eight-Day
hand n lame and varied avisortment of FRUITS, CARES, and Thirty-Hour Brass and Alarm Clocks and Time
and CONFECTIONARY, which b e will sell as cheap Piece. tunable for Churches. Hall., I lotel., Steamboats,
as can be bought ac any other establishment in Philo- Rail Rood Cars. Parlors, Office•, lied Rooms, Kitchen..
delphia, and he invite. all persons who may want any &c.. which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers, from
thing in his line, to cull and tee hint, before purchassny one to one thousand. ni the lowest cash prices.
elsewhere. Orders from the country will receive i N. 1l _Clocksof all kinds repaired and warranted.—
prompt attention. i Clock Trimmings of every description constantly for
Philadelphia, May 1,18;2-1y sale.
i 'Philadelphia, May I, I 8.52-ly
ADAM WM. RAPP'S
PATENTED SCIENTIFIC PATENT LIGHTNING RODS.
NICHE GOLD PENS, DOTER'S Patent Isolated Rod, with solid pla-
DIBRACING all the properties contained in .L.) tins r emi t and ,i,,.. 1 ,0,,,,,v,,,,, g ,, 5 1.. . .
1 ests of gcntlemen in thts city, we
ILI the finest quill pen, in addition to which the dura
bility of the sletals is combined and full/ associated lia l3 ve Y. e n 47: Il e il . iTI ' te d r bra nchrequests
and at 521. xt..M. - : ssmier, between Doi k owl Seconal, where
1552. :di orders will be attended to, and Rods put up on build.
Mgr in this vicinity at it price below the ordinary charge
The following highly respectable testimonials and for the Mil style Rod.which staples oguinst the house,
recommendations are submitted to the public : and thus endanger. the building more than if no, Rod
Having. tried Adam Wm. Rapp's Patent Scientific were there. An iespectiou is solicited from those hi-
Niche Gold Pen, the undersigned lake great pleasure in Wrested.
recommending it to the public, Its the greatest improve- WA'NTED —Ten active, intelligent Men to act as
meat id Aletallic Pens that has met our attention. Agents in the country. to whom encouragement can be
His Excellency, William Bigler, Gov.:ltate of Peinia. given. Apply at 52 Walnut street to
His Excellency, E. Louis Lowe. do. do. lllnryrd. WI 1.6)X, CHASE St, CO.
Prof. J. S Burt. Principal Celli ral High School, Phda• Philadelphia, April 21,18 3 2 3 rtt. s
Right Rev. Bishop A. Potter, Philadelphia. - _ -
Rev. Clarle• Wudessorth, do.
Rev. W. U. Edwards. Washington City. STOVES! STOVES ! !
ity• C. IC. Nelmn. Annapolo, Md. THE Globe Cook, Extra Cook, Quincy Cook,
Rev. JOhll 'Street. Phila. Rev. D. W. Ductile, Ph ila.
Itev.De Witt, Harrisburg, Roy. 11 ii Coit, Iturrish'g. Buck Cook, Liberty Cook, and a variety of Coin-
Rev Charles A Flay. do Bev. John I' Mesick, do. , Pielv ,
W. Rawle. Esq. Phil'a. Judge Boothe, Delaware. Also, a fine assortment of Parlor and Chamber Stover,
lion. Jos R. Chandler, do. Richard Vous , Erg , do. for wood and coal, all selling tit ver, low prices.
Clarke Irnre, Ea..) . , do. Win. Neal. do. W. 13. CLINE.
mull It flacher, do. Geo. W. Walloston, do. No. 319 Market, 4 doors above 10th. south sale.
Alderman G W. A 513, do. Win. S Price, do. Philadelphia.
James M. Camay, Esq., Camden, N. I. N. B. A complete assortment of Gas Ovens, and
713355.. W. :115fflord, do. do. do. Funnier,
A Browning, do. do. do. 'Ph illidelphla, March 6,1952.1 y
W. N. Jeffries, do. ' do. do. (ton.
Dud - Green, E.(' ;11 - L.1411mo:1. M. H. Miller,Wnshing. "AT TUE BEE HIVE STORE."
F. Howard, SI. D. do J. ItadclitT. do.
Richard Smith, Rag . do. Wm. P. Elliot. do. ; ~,,,,sl, ~., ~s, ••
Editors Notional I iitelltgencer. Washington city. I 1 ..VC; .. ~* A
.........,, 1. ' 4 1 . .
Editors Alm) hind Suite Capital Gazette -,
gf__ _-2. - ------ - -;-:- - - ~,,,.
Editor. Wu,1111:g1011 Republic. , ~,,........—...y-.........,:... .
Editors PhiludeMlina Pulthc Ledger
l f,W ..
TO THE PUBLIC,
The subscriber having purchased the property known
ns the Slo)nmensing Banking House, south-east corner : 71.7.5 T received and now opening at the Bee litre Scone
of second and Chestnut sireets, for his future business .3 (the fourth lot this senson.) of linndsome and cheap,
establishment, intends keeping a large and complete and of the most desirable st) le of Spring Good.:
assortment of every rarity of texture and RIA, of ADAM 13crege De Luines, 121, worth 1-1
Wad RAPP'S lately ll:denied Scientific Niche Gold Pens, ' do do 19 do 25
Gold and Silver Pencils and Pen Holders, of every . do do 25 do 371
vaii,ty. Vk'holesule and Retail. In addition thereto, I do do Rich trod healthful. 31. 37,
have on band H ultra lust Edition of Scientific Penman. 50—Pink, Yellow, lilac, Brown. hair, Purple : in fact all
chip and rentnaking, in VIIIIOLIC bindings. i cols. figured fine Bere a c.es. only 25 cents. Figured and
JASIES BARGER, Muhl Silk Illerege de Poplins. Super all colors figured
General Sole Agent for Adam Wm. Rapp's Putented and Inconet and Swiss Lawns. NVlnte and colored
Scientific Niche Gold Pew.. S. E. Corner Second nod Dan swiss Robes, 10, 20. 25. Rich colors neat figured
Chestnut street., Philadelphia. colored Jaconet 111. 19. All colors neat Plaid Light
Philadelphia, Slay 1. I0:32-ty ' Gingham's 121. lbl. 25. Iloyles celebrated fast colors
soft finish Double Purple Chintzes; do do Lige colored
8/ 9000,000 SAVED YEARLY by g e T e " ,l7l7l ;
purchasing fi l k i,l u a r c e . d P ta lc a6 6 s .r , e f e ri n ;i ic.7.7, oral
s i s . m " r u i C h c fri r 3 .
' Glovcs—Silk„ Rid, Bajou's make. Hosiery of all kinds,
SILVER'S MINERAL PAINTS. sires and quality, all selling at tlao BEE HIVE.
The Wonder of the age—Nature's own production. t 5 cases Calico now selling at 61 cents. worth 10
These paints differ from all other. m the market ; they 1 do black mid while $l do 9
are not clays: they require little oil ; flow easily ' • and I 1 do blue and orange.orange.B do 10
cover with it heavier body Man white l en d. Th e y I Bleached mill Unbleached Muslin. a good article, only
neither crack. nor peel, land dry readily, making an ; 6.1. Heavy Sbirbog and :L‘hectitarMii.lini., now opening
Enamel of Stone. 1 at the 131 SE 11l VE, N. Queer, St.
COLOIt4 —WC have Revell dartMellt colors. vie: three I -- I
Browns. two Chocolates, flack and Yellow, and by 1 SILKS! SILKS!! SILKS!!!
cornhinalion nuke every variety and shade of color. ;
Broends Amore, rich finish..4l,2s.
lloblf —These Plaints are superior in body (or cover. ' The : Real Ilenvy
big properly) to any yet discovered, and pound for ¢h 50, $1,73 per yard i do do. 3 0 inches wide, $2.50 per
other metallic rmints. ound will Cover dOUDIG the surface of white lend, zinc
' Ned ; die real Pin stripe and Pinid, very pretty mid
rich. Super Jasper Silks for Spring Dresser.. sometinnir
'vox —'l'o iron they' furnish n perfect protection ' new. Gluck Sati n Swiped and Plaid Gio de Amore unit
nsitinst rust, for they contain no metal. which like white Ile liaison's bilks. Pitney colors Chtimeleon (ilace
1 ,,,,i „ els d esii . sie ,,, i , e i r 0 ,, the iron ; se h ies t h is r eins Boiled. 75. t'7. 100--do tin 'Fare and Indio Satin, 75,1 , 7,
makes iron doubly valuable for builig purposes.
. 100.100. Neat Plant Wash Silk Me Dresses, only 50 cents.
Butes. Wonx —They give house walls a much heavier I Rich Mick roiled Brilliants for Ores," and M a uldin,
coating than oilier paints. and if swilling is required, —do do 27 to 44 niches wide. Soper llenvy Black
nothing hol is so firmly D
n roof never so old and 'silky. or finishes so well will' it. 1 English Silk Lace—do. do. very wide. Black Glossy,
Ileary Plain and Star Ilend Sill:Fringe. lilacs. French
Silver's Almernl Paints wall make it cheaply new ari d Needle Demi Veils. from U 1 to 55—White do. do. Blue.
1 Green and Ilrown Silk 'Fissure (or Veils. Swisses, Jac
more enduring 'ban it ever was.
onetts, Nulls and Twinning for Dresses.
Ships using this extraordinary Mineral, as we prepare
Ch AP. E. I'VFN'TZ h 13110 .
d (or them. acct be proof against the action of hot suns, I
I Bee Hive , North Queen Street, Lancuster.
worms, nod salt water,.
Capitalism mid Builders are invited to make strict
scrutiny into the teems of these paints. They will find
a very great reduction might be made in the cost of
painting. These paints tire purely mineral; all clays
and oilier impurities are washed out in preparing them
for the market. They cost but half the price of white
lead, and the same quantity will cover twice the sur
face and last six times us long, which in filet reduces
the price to one•ta•elfh. Climate has no effect on this
Patin, and is equally valuable in the cold Canadas or
OUT nullity FiOrldas.
DIRECTIONS.—Vse linseed Oil.mix nsthick as you
can, and use as miter Paints. These Paints use but lit
tle dryer, and for printing and second coating in all
housework they will be hound far cheaper and more
durable then lead.
Dealers and consumers can procure this Paint whole
sale and remit of FIIENCII St RICHARDS,.
IV. W. eor. Tenth and Market streets, Philadelphia,
General IVlddesnle Agents; also, Impor tern of PilllC
and Colored WIIMOWI,..IIIAS,deaIerS in Drugs, Paints, ace.
Philudelplna. April 24, 1852-Soros
TO COUNTRY 11/LERC.ELANTS.
rpm: undersigned Lave just opened an extenaire and
1 general n•"orttnent of
GROCERIES, TEAS, LIQUORS, &c.,
At No. 143 North Second street, above Race street,
where Country Mart haws will find it tnthnir interest to
call, a' they ore determined to sell SO that
1111Ver , need not g o any further, in oily inrmuce.
. 1 hey den, re to cull eGpeelal attention to n fine lot of
7.1.:1:1S, a ll fre'h, t ha t will commend themselven to the
Conte and ree ALTER & WILLISTON.
Grocers, No 143 North 1d et , a bove Race, l'hiln.
Phitadelplito, April 3, 1.`"32-3inos,
THE largest and best assorted stock of Lamps
of evei)101011. CI I A N DA1.11:11S. !SOUL!'
Hall, :stable end Canal Lan
terns offered in this city—can be found at the cheap
LAMP STolt 11.
N. E. CORNER OF 4TH AND CHERRY STS.
Nlerchunia vtvt in . .; ih city would End it decoludly to
Owls- aclviounge to cad nt
J. ITLEORTII'S Cheap Lamp Store.
April a. 1t52.3m0s
JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE,
WIROLESALE and Retail, No 72 N. Second
I,tree4 oppo•tte the Mount Vernon House.
GOLD 1..EV1:11 WATCIII7B
full Jewelled. 1° K goers, 828141; Silver L e v ers ,
full tewelled. 812.00 Salver 1,1111,F, jewelled.
SO 00—all NNIITTOIEIP4 m keep good little. Gold Pena unit
Silver CAP,. S. 1.110; Gold Penetta, 51,00; Gold Pe net t
and l'e.l CiIRCI , with good Gold Pelt, an lowan 52 25.
Also. alwa) a on hand a good nasortmeta of fine Gold
Scwelry. Gold Cush. Gutted and Vole chains; Gold, Vest
i Chntna ; I.adtes' Gold Fob Mauna and Ilelt lies
Silver Table Spoons. born SI4 to Sitl; Desert. So to
Sll, and Ten. £4.72 to 52.20 per net. an nrritnied equal to
coin, All goods warranted to be IA lint they nre cold for.
M. AVPSI.I Agent,
No. 72 N. Od opposite the Mount VCIIIOII
N. 13 —.VVatches and ry repaired and warranted,
Pbtladelphin, March 27,1,52.1 y.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS and others will find
every variety or qunilly And pnlteni of WALL
PAPER, WINDOW lILEs:DS, and FIRE SCREENS, at
FD -- Patterns manufactured to order by
BR FITT ARD II & STED3TA N.
No 63 N. 3d AMINO, 2 doors above Arch, Philada.
March 27, 1a4:2.3m05.
li[E7AR W S Cane CEO I.LA GUS riIENIIT GIESE
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
CARR, CURSE & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 19 Spear's Wharf,
~,,sotcg ß lto6:..d:i.
Particular attention will be given to this branch of the bu
siness by LEWIS W. H. GIESE. whose "hole attention
will be devoted to the gale of LUMBER. and will occupy
on oftce on the Falls Dock, especially for this purpose.
Mr. these's long experience and reputation as a first
rote salesman, is a guarantee that the highest market
rices will always be obtained.
ID' Liberal Cash advances made on Consignments;
but in no case will this house make any advances until
the Produce is received.
Baltimore, Alarch 13, 1352.4m050
WM. F. POTTS.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
IRON AND STEEL,
4 0 11. Market etreet,belovr Thirteenth, North ride
Philadelrth,a, November 22, 1 PAI.Ir
(11.0THS, CASIINIERETTS, CASSIME.II.I"A AND
VESTEVGS —Heavy Black Grenadine Vesting—
Ilea vy colored Grenialine Vesting. Black Sarno, col
ored and while Marseilles Vesting. Palley Satin Scarfs
and CraVal4. Gum Smpentle es and Ties, Tweeds,
Semis, Velvets, mid nll colors Merino Cassimeres
Yellow Nnsikeen,Blue Drills. lillitied Cottons. Mexican,
Caluorwu mid Buck Eye Mixtures.
CUAS. ‘VENTZ k 41110.,
Bee /live, Luacuster.
Lancaster, April 24, 1E22.
IN TIME OF PEACE
WRMPARE FOR WAR!
NETER leave things till the last moment, as
11 careless neglect Own)s costs something, and us
Weasant weather Is 1101• urrtymg, prepare for the re
verse. Every day has its changes, and he is wise who
prepares for the future. Every one requires comforta
ble clothing, nud next in order is to purchnve cheaply
We 'Weise nil those who are in want of clothing to cull
Lancaster Ilan of Fashion,
(sign of the lied Coat.) if they wish good and cheap
good., as they sell winch lower tutu, any other clot twig
house in Lancaster and lo.er a large tt,cortment.
MESSRS. RATIIFON Sr.. HENSLER
have just returned trum Philadelphia with a splendid as•
sort mem of spring find Sllllllllct goods, and are toss
prepared to forms), spring nod summer coats from S 2 on
to .T.Giii.l4.tok and fancy colored cloth frock and dress
coats from 50,11)) to 510.00; mach and face)• Freiten.
Thig,listi mid American Cassimere nod Doeskin Pants
front 51,00 to 55011; black nod fancy silk nod satin
Ve.t., from $2Oll to 1;3.50, and summer clothing in end
less van. ty. amid ni corresponding low• prices. Visit
the extensive establishment of BATIIFON 11EN,..-
11:12 and scrump n savilig of 25 per cent. on our pur
chase Our aim is to please and accommodate all. and,
in order is do this, sec manufact lire clothing, ill nlmo‘t
every price. Soling par rash enables us to odor cloth
ing tit tt very trilling 11(1,11.Ce. Oar mono Is
SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES.
Portieullir atteorion raid to customer work A great
variety of Cloths. Ca.‘sitnercs and Vesungs always on
hood to select from. for thohe who prefer haring their
clothing mode to order.
A large and varied ncsortment of elegant
always nn band. which ♦ct I tie soul .ery low.
lisTitvoir L HENSLER avail iliem-clves of this orea
•ion lb return their ...were thanks to their frtends tar
the very liberal patronage heretofore received, awl hopo
to merit ti continuance of their favor,
IT7 trait forget the phie—lhe Lnnenster Mill of
I'a•tiiou. North Queen street. next door to the Nnunnstl
House. and the tined door torah 01 Orange street
Th..re', the place, gentlemen. to get your money beck.
Call and •rc.
Lancaster, March 27. 1252.
THE SUBSCRIBER lakes pleasure m
nunnw,r•inF that his :Mr
SPRING. SYL:Millltt. FASHIONS,
ore uow ready. and customers mind others Call be supplied
of the shortest notice, and upon rea.nual.le Items. lie
coustamly keeps fur sole, and manufactures to order, all
bionic of Ilats. such as
SH.K, CASSIMERE, BEAVER AND BRUSH,
which he feels assured cannot be surpassed, either for
beauty or (Jur:A.4ly.
lie also has a good astortment of
for men and boys, which he will lake pleasure in show
in". to till who may vi'il hi, store.
'Thankful for the liberal patron:l7e with which he ha
heretofore been favored, he respectfully asks a continu
ation of public sepport
'WILLIAM TEMPLE. Front street.
next door in Brandt's Tailoring Establishment.
Columbia. April :I. 1'52.
Shaving and Hair-Dressing Saloon.
THE undersigned has removed his Saloon to
No 1 Arcade. %Valuta street, opposite the lVaslungs
ton Hotel, where all persons can receive a CLEAN AND
DA , E SUAVE, and have their hair cut and dressed In the
'mast fashionable and exqunsite manlier. There is some
hang soothing in n good shove: of any are disposed to
doubt at, let them try me, and I will fully demonstrate
Columbia. March 27, 1F52-tf
GUN for sale,Risley's and B. N. Strong
h. c 0 . ,. AllN SENDS. unrivalled for panty
and freshness. warranted to germinate nod of the linid
they are sold for. by R. WILLIANIS,
February 2S, 1b52. Front street, Columba, Pa.
RADWAY , S
CiIINESE MEDICATED SOAP. This article is
useful as a Shaving and general Toilet Sonp. It
softens the beard and renders the skit smooth and plia
ble. It is said to be a specific for the removal and per
manent cure of sun-burn, freckles. and all eruptions and
disfigurement of the akin. Price 12k eta. per cake. For
sale at the FAMILY MEDICINE STORE.
Colombia, Nlnrch 20. 1r52.
GA EDEN SEEDS.
V E t velece' h ed!s nlh7 e TM be l„ine.atte;AOtiNl2
Columbia. M.reh 20, 1E52
THE WHIG ALMANAC can be had at the counter of
G G. CLAIBORNE'S
rr , :4ml.la, Jenun•r 31. 1c.7 Book Fterre
1,000 Quires of 31LANS. $OOB5,
MET from the manufacturers in New
York and Philadelphia, and at their prices.
Tedium Day Books and Ledgers, full bound. Russia
ends and bands; do. Russia corners; Demy Day Books
and Ledgers. full bound, Russia ends and bands ; do
Russia Corners. These books are beautifully paged
and ruled for one, two, and three accounts on a page
at no additional cost.
Long Cap Day Books, full bound; Long Cap Ledgers.
full bound; Broad Cap Day Books. full bound; Broad
Cap Ledgers, full bouisiLdouble and single ruled; Broad
Cup Minute Books, full bound; Medium Quarto Ac
counts, dolly. and cts.; do. feint only; Deiny Quarto
Accounts, fend only, ; do. dolls. and etc.; Cop Quarto
Accounts, of all sizes. ruled single, doulle, cz feint
only; Long. Broad, Oblong. Octavo, 12mo. amo. :Imo.
and 32m0; rap Accounts, half bound; Pass Books of
all hinds—Medium Soo, Deny bun. Cap 12mo, ]limo.24mo, 32mo—in leather or paper binding; Blanks of
nearly every slope.
They have been selected with care and an eye to the
people's wants, so that all can be suited.
Orders received, and books ruled to any pattern, or
bound in any style, at the shortest notice. at
IL F. SPANGLE R'S
Headquarters and News Depot, Front street
Columbia, April 24.1552.
MORE NEW GOODS
JUST ItECEIVED AT
C. ZEITLER'S Cheap Watch, Clock, and Jewelry
Store, Front street, between Itia/nut and Locust,
(first Jewelry Store below Herr's Hotel.)
THE undersigned, liming just returned from
phdadelpini witla lorge tol.lationq to his Cornier
stock, has now a well-select - ea a...tort:a - lent of
which he is prepared to furnish to his customers at re
duced prices. His asrortment consists of
AVATC TIES OF ALL KINDS
Gold Pens; Cold and Silver
I. 7 encils; Ear and Finger Binge; Spectacles of till kimis;
Silver nod Clerninn Silver Spoons. or II kind.; Silver
Thimbles; Wostenholine. Pen lIIId Pocket KII
lknown ns the beet in the world:) Port Alonnaies;
Card Costs; and everything of fancy
and utility in hie line of business.
Clock, Winch and Jewelry Repairing done in the best
manner, and warranted.
Aceordenns and nil otter musical instruments re
paired and accurately tuned.
As lie intends to devote his entire attention to business,
rind will endeavor to please. lie feel. confident that those
who favor bun with their custom will never lance reason
to regret it.
Columbia. April 24,1952.
NEW STOCK OF SPRING GOODS,
AT Mamie & Bro.'s Cheap Cash Dry Goods
and Clothing Store. in Front street, directly op
posite the Columbia Bridge.
In order to Inert the wants of their customers and the
public in general, their store has been stocked with an
assortment of American, French, English, and German
Dry Goods, which have been selected with great
care in the New York and Philadelphia markets, and
will lie sold on an favorable terms as those of any other
establishment in the state.
name in port Dress Goods, embracing a choice
variety Oro de Rhine, rich lu'tres. all widths and quali
ties; brilliant luncy spring Silks, all colors; rich nod
plain wool French Delaines; Darege Delaine•; printed
Bareges ; French Lawns, Organdies. and fancy /JONI'S,
all qualities; superior Silk Poplins, rich and plain;
Scotch Giughami; silk warped and real Alpacas; Tur
k-y red Prints, and French Chintz; spring Pants, a
splendid assortment, including the best makes.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Yestings.
Superior French black and colored Cloths of nil
grades; superior Englishll. Gcrinnn mid American blue
rind black Cloths, oi ull the most celebrated make.;
block Caii.sinieres nail Doe Sktias, of the beta ;nukes;
superior ussortinent I.lnck Saint unit other Vestings of
beet makes; Pantaloons StutTs—fintcy colored Ca4sl
- all shades and tnakes; Kertmelt, Tweeds, Fluids,
Nankeen and bite Drills.
Carpet•—lngrain. Venitian. and two and three Ply;
Floor and Table Oil Cloths, a variety of patterns and
widths, all shades.
embraces the largest stock ever offered is this place.
%Ye enumerate in part. Gentlemen's Cloth Frock Dress,
Sack, a nd New York Frock Coats ; Tweed, Cotton and
black summer Cloth Coats. all Ft) les ; Boys' Costs in
great variety; Gent's and Boys' black and fancy Cassis
mere, Sennett, Tweed, Linen and Summer Pants, all
styles; Gents`black and fimey Satin Cashmere. Worsted,
Plaid and Plain Vests, all styles and makes ; Gents'
Furai•ltingt Department—red. white, and blue•mixed
Undershirts, Drawers, Overhauls, &e.
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Ladies , nod Misses' French Gaiters. Jenny Lind Ties,
Buskins, Phila. and Taylor Ties and Kid edipppers; an
assortment Misses' and Children& Boots, in great variety.
very cheap; Gents' Cull, Morocco, and Seal, sewed
nod pegged Boot•, a nice article for spring and summer.
'the above goods have Leen purchased so as to citable
us to offer them at prices that cannot fail to please.
T. render our establishment well worth a visit nt all
times, we shod continue to receive, ni the season ad
entices, new invoices of Seasonable Goods, for Ladies'
nod Gentlemen's wear. so 119 to be able to offer the
advantages of New York and Philadelphia Markets.
Mr:TACO:IK & BRO.,
Front street, opposite the Columbia Bridge.
Columbia, April 10, 1052
IF YOU AVOULT) 13t BICH,
READ THIS AND SAVE YOUR PENNY.
"O_OOD marrow, friend—l'm a stranger in
VA your borough, enn yon inform the where I can
`et n putt' of good boots nuttier ,
4‘ Yes. sir. I ran, just go to IV. H. Will
in Flli street. oppoqite E. A. How
ard s that's the ',Mee; bent uccommo-
lute you most sausfuelortly."
...Well. how is yourjudgment in regard to the quality
cf boots and shoes?'
•• Most execllant—Em an old boot and shoe molter;
fumy are the days that I've drawn the cords."
Where did you *ay I could find him 'I ,
oIN - hy, opposite Howard's Hotel, and east of G. W.
Rattle's new American Ilouse; any person can tell
\ ' Will you entaltiet me there ?"
t• I will, with pleasure; for I know him to lie• from
experience. one of the best manufacturers of BOOTS
AND SHOES ill town. His stock is purchased from
me of the largest leather dealers 1/I Philadelphia, and
lit always has sit hand a superior quality for gentle
orn's wear. Iles also very particular in getting up his
sick; en I'm Confident he can't fail to give reasonable
;rii*faction to those who favor him with their pat.
"'There are come boot makers whose work is bean
fibl to the eye, but Moon pinching to the fret; and I
have haws upon each instep, which in foul weather
gve me excruciating pain"
l• Ali. ye., too touch have I Mitered by fetters from the
hint moulders heads; but he's not one of them; lie en
dawors to make a systemattr fit. Men,urinp, from Joint
to liecl,and from lump to toe—closely oliserVll, the taps:
Maine protuberance, if there he any upon the feet ; aml
hest edam fails to make bus 50014 Rel 119 easy thereon. us
ellPue upon a lady's tender finger. Resale,. he always
keeps 0 superior slunk on hand ; perliates you might ob•
t• it n pair upon the Instant, that would fit your feet and
use he eye:'
P l h e,, I must try limit "
'. Try him, of course, and you'll save at each end of
pur bargain. Eirst--you'll buy cheaper—secondly,
par hoots will wear you longer."
I 1" Come, let's go"
1 `l'm ready—arc you a cash man?"
"I am; for lie who pays cash clips the discount of
east, and secures it in his own pocket."
e Then that's the place, for his motto reads"—
lA•k of me no trust, when you come to 101) /
Ask of Isello trust, for you I must deny;
Jab of me no trust, it tenth destroyed many ;
t..k of me no trust, I cannot grunt you any ;
heir of me 110 1.1,1 , 1. 11111 Wll/1 your cash rally ;
Ak orate no trust. liar with my pocket daily.
COltnhin, April Ili, lEtc2-I y
BELT. & SUSQ. RAIL ROAD.
T E Balt. k Susq. Rail Road Compa
ny'. l'areliger Curs will leave yorh,
and Columbia, on and aster
the Sao( April, 1E452, as follows :
MORNING PASSENGER TRAIN
Leaver York for Columina at 5 30 . M
neturnig, leaves Coiembia for Baltimoro at 7 do.
Arnvie in Baltimore at Il do.
Thesbove tram connects nt Columbia with the Pas
echoer:tin which leaves nt ei o'clock A. M. for Philo
4FTERNOON PASSENGER TRAIN
Lea , :ork for Columbia nt 12 B.
Retog, leaves Corn for York and halt at 1; P. M
Arrive to Baltimore at 7 do.
T'hisruin ca meta WIIII the \Vay Passencer Traiu
for Phi., svlitch leaves Columbia at o'clock P. M.
WRGHTSVILLE AND YORK TRAIN
T.eavea.•ork far Wrightsvtlle at 31 P. NT
Remy*. leaves Wrtghtsville for York at 41 do
Cr kavengers are requested, tn all cave., to par-
chase tkets before taking their seats to the cara t at
the ofrie opposite Parsons' Hotel
D. F. GRIFFITH, Agent.
Colunia, Aped 17, 1E32.
A 5 bring is the time when most persons
commis housekeeping, the subscriber would
call auction to his well selected and general assort
TEN 3C EDAR WARE, COPPER KETTLES,
and all Inds nl COOKING taTOVES, among which will
be fotodhe -Etna, Halycon. Parker. and other patterns.
Pe reonabout commencing, or who are already at hoard.
keeping.re invited to call and examine his stock, as
he is co. dent they will find ii to their interest to do
r ri I I 1 t. 52 Lor uat street. Columbia
Just received at No. 17 Locust street, next elooi
below the Columbia Bank.
I th lllllE e l Uargest andersignd most complete stock ofned has In P tore. and Is now receiving,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QTJEENSWARE,
READY.MADE CLOTHING, &c..
In Columbia. which he can sell at unprecedentedly low
prices, consisting in part of black and fancy colored
Cloths, black and fancy Cashmeres. Ili:stings of nil de
scriptions. Summer Cloths., Cashmeretts,Velvet Cords,
Cotton and Linen Panialonn Stuffs. Linen and Cotton
Sheetings, Cotton and Woolen Covers. Cotton and
Linen Tattle Diener. Brown and bleached Sheeting and
Starting, at all prices. A large assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods.
such as Silks of all kinds, French Detainee, !Semites,
Lawns. Ginghams. Alpacas, plain arid embroidered
Crape Shawls—ln fact everything the Ladies may call
for or want.
Alan, a large stack of Groceries, Queensware, and
Earthenware—all of o hich will be said very low.
in' Ali kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE taken In
exchange fur Goods.
C. S. KAUFFMAN,
Nn. 17 DeCtl9t street, below the Columbia Dank.
Columbia, April 10, 1552.
SADDLE, HA RNESSS AND
TilE undersigned returns his
sincere thanks to all who have fa- t ip a
vored him with their custom, and re.pect•
spectrally info rimi them and the ;ddle that lie lia,
moved to No 3 Walnut street, east bide, above Front.
and to No. 3 llumillon's Row, Front street, opsoi•ne
Ileres Hotel. where he will keep con strictly on hand
trod nin be to order. In the best III:111HW% and tattle lowest
prices, any article in his liosinebs, such its
SADDLES, BRIDLES AND MARTINGALES;
Girths and Sureingles ; llarne-4; Carriage and Drought
Collars; Fly Nets; Trunks. Valli-es,Curpet and L e ath.,
Satchels, Re. The largest and beat supply of
Wfuris to the borough. All kinds of niihtary work etude
to order at the shortest notice. ••
FLY - Repairing promptly attended to.
Columbia, April 10, I&'s2.tr
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
THE Partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned. trailing under the firm of Meyers &
Ptahler, was deisolt et! this day, by mutual consent. All
person• indebted to said firm are requested to call anti
settle their accounts before the lOult of :tiny. on they will
lie placed in the hands of a magistrate or collection
after that day, and those having damns will present the
same tor pa} Went.
Columbia, April 7, 1i.52
Continuation of Business.
TILE UNDERSIGNED would remertfbily a n nounce
I TIM/ he .till COllliflUC the COPPER,TIN.and snsor
IRON BUSINESS.. in ill its branclie+, at Om old stand
Loeusi street. Thankful to the public for their pat
ronage to the late firm, he re9a-etfull9 solicits a rennin.
uanon of their businesa. lie will at all tunes be pre
pared to furnish may thing in his line.
Columbia, April 10, 1552.
DETER lIALDEIILIN has this day taken into
partnership, his con. GEO. W. 11A1.1)E.NIA N. The
business will hereafter he roliductml under the name
sad firm of '• Peter Ilnltlemon & tion." All persons
11C,V1 llg themselves indebted to the late firm. are re.
spectfully requested to call ut the old stand and Settle
the some ; and those haviag claims will present therm
for pas meat nt the same place, where the Looks have
been left for settlement.
Columina, March 22,1652.
Win muloteribern nre now receiving. in ndditinn to
1 their former glock, a large and complete uctiortmeta
of NICW GOODS. winch they otler nt low price..
ID- All km& of Country Produce taken in exclootge.
PETER 11ALDE.11. 4 .1 2c. SON.
Columbia, April 3, 1952 If
THE WORLD'S 'WONDER,
AND MAN'S DELIGHT,
TS the new and beautiful stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING, Cloths, Cns.uneres, Vestines,
La.. now opening at the new store, corner of Locust
and Front streets. MCII%IIIIII bay's
of every description; liuglish, French and American
Cloths and Cassimeres; Fancy Silk and plain Vestingr ;
Cravat., Shirts, suspenders, Sc, of every variety;
BOOTS AND SHOES,
from the finest Preach Calfand Patent horns rind Shoes,
clown to the commonest Stogy, at unusually low prices
—nil of which hove beet, selected with great care at
the head of the Eastern Alurkets, nod are now offered
to the public at prices which cannot fail to please and
satisfy the most particular. Call and gee.
Colombia, April 3, 15.74-ainosis
J. P. BRADY',
U.1:1111FR, COAT., 1 At Brooks' corner.
FISH. SALT. Fl.ol:ll.nearly oppot-ite the Colum
WIAIN. BACON. mid bin (fridge,
GROCFRIEB of all ktails, ) Front street.
jam'- Lent Tobacco taken in exchange for Goods.
Columbia, March 27,18.3,24 f
Locust street, 3 doors above Front,
ETAS just returned from the city with the
mat hoc also reerived a large and well...levied stork of
SPRINN GOODS, coati-lung of French. nod
American Cloths. Cattiincres of every grade, quahry•
and pattern, Ventimis of every description and pattern.
A Ito. Silk II andkr rein left, Skirts, Collars, Sutpeinle rs.
The shore have been selected wuL great care, and
are offered nt reduced prices.
Walk warranted to give satisfaction in fitting and
Coltaribta. March 27, 12.52-tf
Corner of Locust and Front streets, entrance next
door to McLaughlin's confectionary.
THE 'UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform die
elllteeFt of Columbia and its vicwity, that lie has
MIMIC, arrangements to slily in town during this spring.
The public have already had an cpportanity of testing
his skill in the art. and have mand,•sted their satisfac
tion lip a liberal patronage—for which lie is grateful.
mid assures them that lie will endeavor to merit contin
ued favor by inking tie gOod likenesses us eon be ob
tained else,. here. All are invited to call nail examine
bins large collection of speciiiiens. whether they wish to
rut for pictures or not. Daguerreot)pes taken in cloudy
as well is in clear weather, and set ut Lockets, Urea , .
Ping. Rings, Pencil heads, Se.. Se., equally us perlcct
as the largest site.
N. I; --In.tructions given in the art on the most rca
Columbia, Mnrch 27, 1252-tf
Sir Walter Scott
GAVE to the world a strong illustration of the
•• ruling pa.rion" when be wrote—
s•Chargi ! Cheater. charge! on ! Stanley, on !
'Were the 10,1 words of Marrnion."
Rut it is no comparison to ihe " pa•sion'' evinced by
TITEDI 7 :NICIC to krcp Ins customers. nod the public
generally, con.tanily .upplied with all the latest and
most approved styles of
FASHIONABLE HATS AND CAPS;
AMONG WHIM ARE
The plinnt Kossuvit. priceless gem'
Befitting thou for king.< to wear;
The Illngyar's only dttulem—
And snit a• downy pinions are,
so cheap, so genteel, and tetthat so fairlibleabls that every
man should possess One of TRLDENICK'S BEST. If
however you prefer the
SPRING FASHIONS OF SILK. HATS
Fon test cell ut nt TIZEDENICK'S DAT AND
CAP'STOIIII. one door south of Ihe IVa sh Li gin ti 1101 el,
Froni street, Columbin, and be suited to your taste; for
you will not only find a full and fresh supply of" head
gearing," but also one of this most Obliging and Never
men that ever " felt" a "nap," or " dyed in the wool."
Columbia. March G, 1952.
S. H. PRY diL,CO.
Have removed to their New Store House, nearly
opposite their old stand, and directly
opposite the Bank,
IVEtr.ttr. they are o;tening a large and well.selerted
anrortment of Spring (load., which, is addition to
their former 'titre rtock, will con.int of one of the best
a..cortments of goods ever offered an ibis place. It con-
Aismof every variety of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, CARPETING,
Hoot and Table Oil Oaths, Wall rapers, and every
other article usually kept in a country more. all of which
will be sold on the most accommodating term•.
They respectfully soii6t the patronage of their former
customers, and the public in general, as they flatter
themselves, that with their increased facilities, they
twill he able to give greater satisfaction than hereto
rcr Country Produce of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for goods, as usual, for which the highest mar
k•tyrtce null he given
Colombia, MArch 27,1P72
WAS incorporated by - the Legislature et
Pennsylvania, in the year 1847. upon the seta e
general principles as the Philadelphia Saving Fo n d so.
The Western Saving Fund Society opened Its Oita
on the 7th of Ju1y.1847. By its charter, It is coronae.
led a Saving Fund Society only. and its manag e r s and
offic,ra, and agents, cannot Lineal to ant int e rest any
other burliness; by which special provision its DePool.
Lora are kept free from risks of loss they would Incur
Additional security is given to Its Depositors by the
fact that the whole of the maneY, every day rec e i ved,
la the same day deposited In the Bank ofNorth America,
to the credit of the cite d
ety. (no money is kept In the
office to make even the smallest payment.) Ch eek .
drawn payable by the flank of North' America, at the
Dank. are given for every payment, of evert? kind.
The Alt of incorporation provides the following',
striations and regulations :—The Managers, Officer. and
Agents tire prohibited from directly or indirectly b ar _
roving any money from the Society. The Society l a
prohibited from per:hazing any Note. Bond,
or other security. for the payment of money, E w an ",
any in.-ringer or officer of the said Saving Fond Socletl.
Al! money deposited is to hear an interest at the rota
of four per cent, per annum, and to he paid upon tat,
weeks' notice, except where large slime are depnettrd,
and in such cases the notice required will Ice made known
at the time, to the deponitor. In all doses where nr)ey
I. noticed for, the Donk must be left et the office at tha
awe n fg tying tile not we, nod no deposit or payment can
be made without the hook.
NO NUM ie. than one dollar can be received, and no
Interest will be allowed until the deposits molten()
five dollars; then every additional dollar deposited will
lowest Is calculated from the date of the tier”h to
the day notice is given for the reps) aeon. If the whole
-um of the tirst deposit in noticed for before the expo.
time or ono month from the date of that deposit, no itr
tere.4 I. allowed. No money to be drawn nut under
five dollars. unless to elope nu account, or In payment of
interest.ct the end of the year.
DeII°SWIM will be furnished with a brink, ht which
all deposits and payments are to be regularly entered at
the tune of making theta.
Founded in benevolence—thus constituted—favored
by the Almighty—the Nisi angers of the Western Saving
Fund Society of Phdadelphia have elected
IfEnnr I I OLLINGsWORTII. President.
SAMUEL C. HENSZET, Trate', 4 Seery
Committee of Threstmewts.
ISAAC ELLIOTT. Chairman.
Citancus 11. BAKER.
II EN R V HOLLINGSWORTH.
The office has been established, from its commence
ment, nt No. 313 Chestnut street. on the North rode. be
tween Tenth and Eleventh strects,-which is open daily
for the receipt hi Deposits and the repayment of moneys
deposited, from tile hour of nine A. M., to one o'clock
and on Monday afternoons from three to seven
The public. from the foregoing statement, will be obis
to judge of the course whirl' the Charier prescribes for
the security of money deposited with the Society; and
with t . his PINISIIIOII of the ability., the character end
purposes of the Institution, we now invite tile rich sod
the charitable to patronize; nod the industrious, the
pi [Went unit economical. and the poor of every descrip
tion, to partake of its benefits.
To the poor, the advantage of interest upon their
small savings is offered, together with a safe place of
deposit; and to the industrious, the prudent, the eco
non.a•al, the like advantage is presented of every dollar
earring interest. instead of lying Idle.
To the 'Executor, the Guardian, the Trustee, the Wid
ow, the 21erchant. the Ma nu Nero rer, the Laborer, and
the Lawyer. to each and to all, the advantages described
are reiptietcully offered.
Otlire of the Western Saving Fund Society of Phila
delphia, No. 313 Chestnut street, March 17, 1852.
C. Humphreys, Chas. 11. Baker, P. Williamson,
Thar. Allihnne, WM. W. Keen, Joseph Ripka,
S. V. Merrick, Cornelius Tiers, Isaac Elliott,
Thomas Sparks, Win. E. Bowen, In. W. Halawin,
Thomas brake, John ‘Viegand, I. nazi ellurst,
John it. Budd, M. Ilantphreyn. Peter McCall,
It. H. Smith, J. Lewis, Isaac P. Morris,
Wm. Div tic, Saiti'l. Norris, 11. Hollingsworth,
Philadelphia. April 17,11332-6 mos.
THE Franklin Fire Insurance Company, of
PHILADELPHIA, OFFICE, No.
NUT Street, near Fifth Street.
DIRECTORS.—CharIes N. Bancker, Thome. Ilan,
Tobias Wagner. Samuel Grout, Jacob R. Smith. George
W. Richards. Mordecai D. Lewis, Adolph E none,
David S. (frown, Morris Patterson.
Continue to make pourance. perpetual or limited, on
every description of properly in town mid country, at
rates as low as are consistent with security.
•Flee Company have reserved a Coniiihrent rued,
which, ♦en), their Capital and Premiums, safely invested
chiefly in mortgages, affords ample protection to the as.
The assets of the Company, on January lot, 1552, us
published agreeably to an Act of Alsembly : were as fob
lows, Ina :
Mortgages, 057.510 64
Real 4 , ..sutte, 54.377 73
Temporary Loans, 155.905 73
Stocks, 65,355 50
Cash no hand, 30,313 GO
•• to hands of Agents, 16 092 70
Notes and lbils reemable, 6 657 el
Unsettled Policies, 1,565 25
Merchandise, 169 54
Since their incorporation. a period of tacnty-two
year , . they have paid upsvnrils of two ses//iont of dollars
Inr•es iherchy utforiling evidence of the ildvan
'ages 01 licioravice. as well on Inc gin lily and dispwlilo3
to meet, Soul, proinpinc,, all ii s o,Un ie ,
CI IA121,1:$ N. RANCH:MI. President
Commits G. BANCHER, Secretory.
TIIGMAS LLOYD, of Columbia,
Agent for York and Lancaster Counties.
March I, I95:1-1y
Fire Insurance Company, of Pa.
CAPITAL, $lOO,OOO. Office, No, 25 North Second
This Cosnpany, baring a well-secured capital of 8 100 ,.
000, oilers to f..rtne.re, merchants and niechumee. a per•
Pertly safe na-er..hee on their property, roraluet 1°,3 ar
damage by fire spoil 11 4 favorable terms as any iota.
reeribliea, re-port• d de Company in the country.
TM., Company do excln.ively a cash business; there
to". Paramaeot capital of 8100.000, and all the
premium. pai d , the community are afforded a safe and
Should the premiums he more than is neressnry tom
lo.scs and expenses. Ow net profits trill be divided to
the in=ured us provided fur by the charter.
All lasses thud m sixty days ui)er proof of the same
Insured member.. has e a yore for officers. mid are liable
11l 110 ease for inure thrui the premiums paid.
no:e. fronv C. Ilycntm. Pr,itlent.
CHAS. I:. I I.IITER, Voce Poo...Meat.
Tato. II Wit t,ov, Secretary.
//Aron I , t-rmiNG. A itorney and Counßellor.
D. 11. I . 111". Director tor 7.nocuster county.
.TA'NII:S: lIT. A•zent fur I.oiocager countY..l lo
will gore any tooformalion re , pecting the Company.
Cola ulvitt. August 30.1;31-1y
CHAIR xvxduvvrac TORT%
rj'llE subscriber respectfully informs the ell!.
7CIIS of Columbia and vicinity that lie has eon
stain!) oil hand a general a..ortrneut of
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
in his line of bu.ine...l.oCll as Bureaus, Tables, Iled•
mends. Chair. of all kinds, (as Fret, Slat and Ball Backs.
COITIMOII Chin ir.. llo.ton mid Revolving Chairs, AII9
Chairs. Settees, and nll kinds of Rocking Chair,. ' , Lich
he .sill sell us cheap as any other establi.bment in the
place. 11 is work is made by experienced workmen and
is therefore good.
A. M. ALLEN
irr Furniture will be delivered free of charge anr
%%here within ten mslea of Colum',ia,
Irr All hinds of work in his line made to order at the
Berme purchasing elsewhere tire me t call. Doi , '
forget the place,6 doors below the Town Ilall
CHARLES F. EPPLER ,
Columbia, March 13, 1652.3m0s
HOUSE d. SIGN PAINTING
AND PAPER RANGING.
TOE sialeserilier respectfully informs his friends end
the citizen.; of Cot utntna and its Vicinity that ho ha.
commenced the business of House, Sign, Fancy and
ornamental Painting, iu lie various branches, and PA•
PER II ANGING, which he will do on the most rea.oll•
able term., and to the entire satisfaction of person
having work done. Ile earnestly but respectfully sole
vies the patronage of the public.
ID - ' LETTERING of nil kends—Plain, Fancy. Gigs
and Stock cut from wood.
TERMS —Gilt hock, A eta per inch.
Gilt, A do.
'Herat. (tom inside, 4 do.
Flew ) . shade, .2 do.
Plain, I do.
JOAN W. SHUMAN
Columbia, Murch 27, 1952.17
PAINTS, OILS, &C.
WA R IT , F, L I AD, GROUND IN OIL.
Lamp Black do do do
Crnme Green do do do
do Vellow, do do do
Prussian Blue, do do do
Flnximed Od, Sots, Turpentine, Copal Varnish. and '
complete assortment of Paint Brushes for sale IT _ a .
Columbia, March 20, 1952
IN all its various branches, attended to by the
undereigned. To all work in hie line Curie! 'woolen!
motif he paid. HENRYPFA it 1,1171
Columhira. Apnl 17.1952.
SAVING zruNn SOCIZITV,
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