The Columbia spy and Lancaster and York County record. (Columbia, Pa.) 184?-1848, July 31, 1847, Image 4

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Jaynes K. Hunter's
JO,. 40 Front st., Columbia;
Sign of the Dig flat and Cap, directly opposite
the Bridge,_ and adjoining Black's Hotel.
itnThe subscriber begs leave to return
his thanks to- his friends and the pub
lic generally, for the very liberal pat
ronage heretofore extended to him,
and hopes by strict attention to bust
ers, to rec.eivea continuation of their
favors ; be goes upon the principle "a nimble six
pence is better thou a slow shilling," and to carry
out the principle, makes quick sales at small ad
vances. His place of business is not a brick front,
or of great splendor, but he flatters himself that
he can suit customorsbetter, and sell cheaper, than
persons who do business in big brick houses, and
make a great fuss about selling goods at cost, he
does not sell gcods at cost, but sells at a small ad
vance, and by so doing expects to please all that
may favor him with their patronage. He requests
all persons, after visiting some of the showy es
tablishments along Front street, to drop in at No.
40, (sign of the Big Hat and Cap) and compare
the goods and prices of the different establish
ment, and he is satisfied he can sell them a better
and at a lower price than any other store
in the borough.
Hats and Caps,
Of the latest style and fashion always on hand, at
very low prices, and warranted equal to any man
ufactured in this State Also—Gentlemen's,La.
dies and Children's Fashionable
Roots, ShOes and Slippers.
which have been selected with great care, in re
gard to quality and make, and will he sold at the
lowest rotes.
Just statist) , yourself by calling at N 0.40 Front
street, Columbia, opposite the Bridge.
JAS. H. HUNTER, Agent.
May T, 1847
Notice to Builders.
ro LIE undersigned is appointed agent for
the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY,
and is prepared to Slate arty Roof, either of a
house or Barn that may be wanted in the
County, he having on hand at his yard in Co
lumbia, at all tunes, the best article of Slate
and can furnish workmen of thirty years ex
perience. All roofs warranted not to leak if
the Building does not sink or give way. Char
ges moderate to suit the times.
for :he Hon. Jeremiah Brown & Company.
Columbia, June 12, 1347. Gm
Coral Blair Restorative.
Its positive and real qualities are to force the
_ uman hair to grow on any part where nature m
ended hair to grow, to stop it falling oil; to free
ad c ure the scalp of scarf or dandruff; and to make
.ight, red or grey hair grow dark, naturally, from
he roots. For drei.sing the hnir, it maks harsh,
rough or dry hair by one application, soft, fine,
clean, silky and beantilnl, thrice as long as any
ether preparation. Fur sale by
AN application will be made at ilie nest Session
of the General Assembly of the Stale 01 Pennsyl
vania, for the incorporation of a Company under
the name and style, or 'mended name and style of
"The Columbia Savings Institution," and design
ed as an office of discount and deposit, with a cap
ital not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars. to
be located in the borough of Columbia, Lancaster
County, Pennsylvania.
Columbia, June 19, 18-17. Gm
tjetrwarc ! ct - rbii) arc ! !
The subscribers respectfully cal
'''Ytyg e .f._Vq. the attention of the citizens goner
Ily, to their assortment of
/lards's - are, Glass, Paints, Oils,
Cellar-IV - are
We have just received in addition to our stock
IL.RD WARE, CUTLERY and Building Mate
vials of all description, such as LOCKS, HINGES
G 11.155.•
PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS,
Bar, Rod and Hoop Iron,
of all sizes, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOWS,
of the best quility, all of which, we etre, at the
ioweet prices, Pemena wishing to purchase will
End it to their advantage to call nt
Columbia. April 7, 1847—tf. Locteg St
Tu the Ilomnable the Judges of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of the County of Lancaster, now hold
ing a Court of General Quortrr Sessions of the
Peace for said County, at the August Term,
The Petition of Christian Neff of the Township
of Conoy, and county aforesaid, respectfully rep
resents, that he is desirous of continuing to keep a
house cf public entertainment, at the well estab
lished old stand, recently kept by Geurge H. Horn
ing in said townshipoiod County aforesaid, arid
that he is well provided with house-room and con
veniences for the accommodation of Strangers and
Travellers. Your Petitioner therefore, humbly
prays your Honors to grant him a transfer of the
License of the said George 11. Horning, to keep a
public house at the place above mentioned. And
he will ever pray, &c. CHRISTIAN NEFF.
We, the undersigned citizens of the township
of Conoy, where the said Inn or Tavern is propo
sed to be kept, Do Certify, that the said Inn or
Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public
and entertain strangers and travellers, ant: that
we are well acquainted with the said Christian
Neff, and that he is of good repute for honesty and
temperance, end is well provided with house-room
nd conveniences for the accommodation of
Strangers and Travellers.
Jacob Redsecker, Lewis Filbert, Benj. Hippie,
John Bachman, Jacob Strickler, Abraham Collins,
W. W. May, G. H. Horning, Philip Oldweiler jr,
John Haldeman, J. B. Hamilton, Wm. Wormley,
George Suigt, George Ceppeess, Henry Grerer.
July 17th, 1847.-3 t•
JUST received a splendid assortment of Parlor,
hail and Chamber PAPERS & BORDERS,
comprising over 800 different styles, many of which
are of the newest and most beautiful patterns, al
ways on hand at Manufaciures price at
Columbia, April 7, 1.847.—tt
TIN PLATE and SHEET IRON, of the best
brands, for sale by
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
&Attu uses), (MIIS, ?ipairts
Lead, Paints, Linseed and Spel m Oil, Var.
nishes, Glass &c. For sale at low prices, at the
Hardware State of .1. W. COTTRELL.
Columbia, May 26, 1847—tf
XAMMO, Nladras and Cape Boot SKINS,
Dressed and Undressed Morocco. Kid,
ing and Binding SKINS, always oo band
a t the very lowest prices.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—U
..,..,, e , IN' wean may always be
:re— • found every large .S.: varied
• ; 7 ' -- assortment of fine Watch
' x‘ t a -- ';',7 , .PY es, elegant Jewelry, Fan
l',4l' 02•; ':° cy articles, fine Cutlery,
\ II
k - ;, , - r silver and Plated' ware,
Et t ,t' e 9 c.%ltilt, &e.,olrers greater Induce-
We. ---:-, ~ • -...- meats to purchasers than
any other similar establishment in Philadelphia.
My assortment consists in part of gold and
silver Lever, Lepine, Quartier and other
watches ; a full assortment of Jewelry, such as
Cameo. Stone and Mourning Broaches, finger
Rings in great variety, silver and plated table
and tea Spoons, butter Knives, Thimbles, Pen
cil cases, Lockets, purses, Keys, a fine lot of
Razors, Penknives, &c.; with a full assortment
of Gold Pens of all the different makers, at
greatly reduced prices of from $1,25 to $2,50.
ELI HOLDEN, No. 238 Market st.,
. julylo-3t. Above 7th Philadelphia.
AII kinds of repairing done carefully and war
'1(1 )
r/5..„ 96 NORTH SECOND ST.,
w_cu o.'i a , corner of Quarry.
Gold Lever Watches, fulljewelled, 18 carat
cases. $45.00
Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, 23,00
Silver Lever Watches, seven jewels, 18,00
Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, finest
quality, 13,00
Superior Quartier Watches, 10,00
Imitation Quartier Watches, 5,00
Gold Spectacles, 8,00
Fine Silver Spectacles, 1,75
Gold Bracelets with topaz stones, 3,50
Ladies Gold Pencils, 16 carats, 2,00
Gold Finger Rings 37i cents to 88—Watch
Glasses, plain 1.2 i cents, patent 181, Lnnet 25.
Other articles in proportion. All goods warrant
ed to be what they are sold for
On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines
and Quartiers lower than the above prices.
Philadelphia, April 10, 1847. ly
The Cheapese Gold and Silver
Offers For Sale,
Gnld Lever, full jewelled
Silver ' do do
Gold Lepineu do
Silver fill do
Sivor Quart airs, fine quality
Cold Watchee, plain
Silver Spectacles
Gnl,l Pencils
Gold Bracelets
On nand a large assortinentofGold and Hair BraceletF,
Finger Rings,llreast Pins, hoop Ear Rings. Gold Pens,
Silver Spoons. Sugar Tongs. Thimbles, (cold Neck
Curb and Fob Chains, Guard Keys, and Jewelry of eve
ry description, at equally low prices
kiails of Watches lied Clocks repaired and
warranted to keep good time for one year. Old
and Silver bought or taken in exchange.
For sale eight day and thirty hour brass Clarke at
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Store. Nn. 413.1 Market
street, alio,. 11th, North sate, Philadelphia.
N. It. I have some Cold and Silver Levers still mach
cheaper titan the above prices. A liberal discount made
to dealers, Call and see for yourselves.
Philadelphia, September 12,1646. 851-tf
The subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally that he know
ready to supply them at his NEW ESTAB
LISHMENT, the three-story building in
Front street, Columbia,
on the lot formerly occupied by John Enney,
as a ropewalk. He intends keeping on hand a
select assortment of fashionably made
He has just returned from Philadelphia and
NewYorlc with a new and splendid assortment
of all kinds of clothing, made of the best ma
terials, and in the latest style—consisting in
part of superfine blue and black cloth COATS,
Frock and Sack Coats, Pelisse Cloth and
Tweeds of every color and quality.
ALSO—a large assortment of plain and fancy
Cassirnere, Cloth, and all other PANTS, suit
able for Spring, Summer and Winter, of every
size arid description.
VESTS—Figured, Silk, Satin, Merino and
Marseilles,sui table for all seasons and of every
size, style and quality; to which is added a
beautiful assortment of fine Linen bosom
SHIRTS, Muslin, Check and Plain do.; 13 . 0.
soms and Collars, Drawers and Undershirts.
Also, a large lot of Cravats Suspenders, half
Hose, &c. An endless quantity of
Boots and Shoes of all sizes,
Hats and Caps,
Travelling Trunks, Carpel Bags and Valises.
a variety of notions too tedious to mention
which will be kept in Thos. Keatings Front
Room. three doors east of my building.
N. 13. Clothing made to order at the Store.
He has a large supply of goods on band by the
piece and a first rate Tailor in attendance.—
Do not mistake the place, three story building
on the lot formerly occupied as a Rope Walk.
Persons will find it to their advantage to give
him a call as he is determined to sell as low as
any other establishment in the county and war
rants all goods. He sells as he represents
them when sold or the money will be refunded.
Columbia. June 5, 1897. tf
above Buttonwood Street,
T this establishment may be found the
Al greatest variety of Plans and beautiful
Patters for
wzow lacazzzwaz
in the United States, to which the attention o
those in want of any description, a nd especial
ly for Cemeteries, is particularly invited.
The principal part of all the handsome Rail
ings at Laurel Hill, Monument, and other cel
ebrated Cemeteries in the city and county of
Philadelphia, which have been so highly extoll
ed by the public press, were executed at this
A large Ware-Room is connected with the
establishment, where is kept constantly on
hand a large stock of ready-made Iron Railings,
Ornamental Iron Settees, Iron Chairs, new style
plain and ornamental Iron Gales, with an ex
tensive assortment of Iron Posts,
Arbors, Also in great variety. Wrought
and Cast I ron Ornatnents, suitable for Railings,
and other purposes.
The subscriber would also state that in his
Pattern and Designing Department he has em
ployed some of the best talent in the country,
whose whole attention is devoted to the busi
ness—forming altogether one of the most com•
plete and systematic establishments of the kind
in the Union.
ROBERT WOOD, Proprietor.
Janßidge Road. above Buttonwood Street.
. 30, 1847. 6m.
PEOPLE, ' • - • •
Or Physical Training, to make theirliees in thii
World Long and Happy, by the author of "Edi
cation As It Is, Ought To Be, and Might Be ? "
First American Edition, with Additions:
Being an elementary and interesting treatise of
Self Knowledge. Containing short and entertain•
ing articles on
Food, Heart, Glands, Strength,
Eating, Stomach, Nerves, Recreations,
Digestion, Liver, Brains, Old Age,
Blood, Lungs, ' Mind, Man,
Secretions, Arteries. Senses,Woman,
Head, Veins, Health Disease,
&c. &c. &e. &c. &c.
Together with the Great Secret—Success in
Life how attained—How to do Good—Causes and
Effects of Error—Habits—Passions—Woman de
scribed—Man. described—Man's Errors—Rich
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Errors—Wm . :Oen how made delicate—Woman's
Viitues, Ambition, &c„ &c.
The whole designed for the noble purpose of
improving and extending education amongst the
people, imparting valuable knowledge on the phy
siology of the human frame, and the laws which
govern mental and bodily health, &c., &c., &o.
ao'liny person sending 25 cents enclosed in a
letter shall receive one copy by mail, or five copies
will be sent for $l, Address, postage paid.
G. B. ZEIBER & Co.,
May 22d, 1847. Philadelphia.
-This valuable work contains (in duodecimo
form) 177 pages.
Vegetable lAliversal Pills
Are a strengthening purgative and a purifying'
THE hopes of the American-agents are far
more than realised by the success of Dr. Le
Roy's Vegetable Universal Pills on this side of
the Atlantic. Never did a medicine spring into
such immediate popularity. In less than three
months eighty thousand boxes have been disposed
of; Mid certificates of cures performed by them
received from upwards of four hundred persons.
The cures embraced a great number of diseases?
but those which predominated were Billious Fe
ver, Colic, Habitual Costiveness, Dysentery,
Loss of Appetite, Flatulence. Worms and Low
ness of Spirits. All persons who take them agree
that they are ear superior to every other medicine
they had used, in the mildness the- energy, and
the'efficacy of their action; for though they pro
duce neither gripe nor nausea, they act upon the
secretions with great directness, force and rapid
ity; and as a purgative leave nothing to be desired.
But their great peculiar excellence, end that which
distinguishes them from all other purgatives is,
that thair operation is followed by no reaction.—
Their unrivalled purifying and purgative proper
ties, lot which they are indebted to the essence of
Sarsaparilla, and other ingredients,being controll
ed by their highly tonic virtues, derived front the
extract of Wild Cherry', they do riot strain the
digestive organs into action, as is the mode of
operation with other cathartics, but on the contra•
ry strengthen them into action. Thus all other
purgative medicines produce more or less subse
quent costiveness, ai.d sluggishness of the gastric
juice, while Dr. Le Roy's Pills leave all the ma
chinery of the system full of life activity, and the
bowels open and natural.
1:1-"rice 25 cents per box.
Agents for Columbia—R. WILLIAMS, War. A
LE.mirm. Feb 6-'47-1y
015 00
First Premium Writing.
From Dr. Hare, the celebrated Professor of
Chemistry in the University 'of Pennsylvania.
"Philadelphia, Oct. 11,1843.
"Dear Sir—Having tried your Ink, I will
thank you to send me another bottle, as I find
it to be excellent. 1 am yours, truly,
From Dr. Locke, of Cincinnati, distinguish
ed for his numerous scientific researches.
"Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati
January 17, 1844.
"Having used Mr. Hover's Writing Ink,
am satisfied that it is the BEST which has ever
come to my knowledge, and especially is it
EXCELLENT for the use of the Steel Pens, and
will not corrode them. even in long use.
"JOIIN LOCKE, Prof. Chemistry."
ilover's Adamantine Cement
From a well known scientific gentlemen.
"Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1846.
"Mr. Joseph E. Hover—Sir: A use of your
Cement, and some practical tests of superiori
ty, has induced me to recommend it to others
as an invaluable article for mending China.
Glass or Cabinet Ware.
"Analytic Chemist."
For Sale, Wholesale and Retail,at the Man
ufactory, No. 87 North Third Street, opposite
Cherry street. Philadelphia. by
JOSEPH E. HOVER, Philadelphia
May 8, 1848.
THE best article ever invented for giving a fine
keen edge to a Razor, or any tine instrument.
To shave, or not to shave, that's the question;
Whether 'tis better, on the whole, to suffer
TIP outrageous scrapings of an edgele , •s razor;
Or, buy a box of RA am.n , s Rnzon POWLEII,
Wherewith to set the edge?—to buy,—to use,—
No more;—for in its use we surely have
A sovereign balm for all the harber.orts shocks
The face is heir to,—tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wished. To shave;—to scrape;--
To scrape! perchance to scream ;—ay, there's the
For in that horrid scrape what screams may come,
(Particularly if the face be tender,)
Must give us pause. • • Who would their
faces tear,
And grunt. and sweat, with a villanous dull razor,
W him the remedy, that renders shaving pastime,
May now be had at Westbrook's? 'Forwent of this,
Men sometimes rather wear the beards they have
Than undergo the grubbing operation-
Harper's Razor Powder is warranted to give a
keen sharp edge to any razor (that has not been
used for quarrying stone or sharpening crowbars)
in a shorter space of time than would be required
with the best hone. It aupercedes the use of the
hone altogether.
Sold by C. WES'IITROOR, Locust Street. Co
lumbia, where may be seen numerous certificates
testifying to its excellence.
Price 25 cents a box.
Columbia, April 7, 1847,-4
THE SUBSC RIDER of thedate firm
of Buck & Moore, takes this method of inform
iisg his friends and the public in general, that
he has bought out the interest of S. L. Buck,
at the old established CLOTHING STAND,
No. 254 Market street, Philadelphia. and is
now prepared to furnistrall kinds of READY
MADE clothing, at prices which cannot but
secure to him the patronage of all who wish to
purchase CFIEA P Clothing. I have splendid
French Cloth Dress and Frock Coats, from
$5.50 to $lB, do. Pants, from 75 cents to $6;
Vests, from 624 cents to $4; suit of Summer
Clothing for f 2.25. Also all kinds of Gentle.
men's Furnishing Goods at extremely low pri.
ees, s:::rWholesale dealers in Clothing would
do well to call at the store of
111ay22-t 5e:26.1 259 Market st,Pbil,
TFIE subscriber intern - is - the citizens of Co
lumbia, and the public generally, that he
has REMOVED his Drug and Medicine Store,
two doors East of his old stand, to the build
ing lately occupied by Wm. Wiggins as a Shoe
Store, which he has fitted up entirely new,
where he will be happy to wait on all those
who may favor him with a call. Be has
received within a few days a general assort
ment of
Brno, farbirineo, Eilatett faitirintS,
and a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Brushes, Ste,
of a very superior quality. which he will sell
wholesale and Retail at greatly reduced prices.
The subscriber holds himself responsible for
the purity and genuineness of every article he
sells, which will be a guarantee to all against
the purchase of counterfeit or worthless medi
cines. -
• In conclusion, • the subscriber returns his
most sincere thanks for the very liberal en
couragement he has received, and flatters him
self by strict attention to business, he will
merit a continuance of public patronage.
Columbia, April, 7, 1847.—tf
inairrer3 ICEMAN'
THIS extraordinary medicine is founded upon
the principle that the human frame is subject
to ONLY ONE DISEASE, viz : corrupt humors,
which, when floating in the general mass of cir
culation, are the cause of all kinds of Fevers, but
when lodged in the various parts of the body, give
rise to every malady incident to man.
Let it be remembered that the human body and
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are mutually
adapted one to tbe.other, and that by them all
morbid and corrupt humors (the cause of disease)
cam be entirely eradicated, and this in so easy and
natural a manner, that while they every day give
ease and pleasure. Disease Of every 7367/le ie
Literally Driven from the Body.
The following highly respectable storekeepers
have been duly appointed agents for the sale c;
this Celebrated Medicine, in Lancaster county.
Ashville, Pennock & ; Taylor.
Bare , i Ile, Reuben Weidler.
Bainbridge, Beecher Sr. Draught.
Biecersville, Samuel H. Miller.
do J. It S. Miller.
Bird-in-Hand, Jacob Bruner.
Bethania, John Allen.
Bart Township, W. W. Passmore.
Belleview, Buyers & timblet.
Brownstown, John S. Shirk,
Catfish Abraham Shenk.
Conestoga Centre, John H. Harman.
Centreville, John Pusey.
Church Town, L. & E. Rogers.
Cambridge, W. & G W. Compton.
Coopersville, E. Lewis.
Concord, Geo W. Dimes.
Columbia, Fry & Spangler.
Dittman., John A, Boyd.
Earl Township, George Buchman.
do do Weaver & Witmer.
do do Davis Wallace.
Earleille West, Samuel Hull.
Elizabethtown, John Lynch.
Ephrata, John Gross.
Ephrata New, L. S. Hacker.
do West, Martin Weedman.
Fairfield, Hutton It M'Sparran.
Getivietown, J. W. Fox & Co.
Hemplield, Ringwalt & Martin.'
Hanstown, Wick le & Gross.
Intercourse, Thomas Himes.
Landisville, John C. Landis..
Leacock township, Frederick Swope.
Lampe ter Square, J. F. & D. H. Herr.
Luiz, Nathaniel Volley.
Loncoster , Josh Zimmerman.
Mount Joy, Witmer & Cassel.
Mountville..lohn Devlin.
Marietta, W. A. & D. Spangler.
Mechanicsberg, A. D. Whiteside.
Mechanicsville, Jacob Hull.
Mount Joy Township, H. G. Clark & Co.
filaytown, John Reinhold.
do Slaymaker & CO.
Midersiille, Henry Funk.
Marin:y.lle, Stoek & Fell.
Movie Iron Works, H. Coleman.
Illtn tic Towdivhip,Josenb Eagles.
Mount Pleasant, Isaac M'Camart.
Mill Creek, Joseph & Co.
Nevi Holland, Brubaker & Co.
New Providence, John Blair.
New Providence, Hildebran & Myer.
New Berlin, Samuel Hahn.
New Texas, Carter & Lewis.
Noblesville, S. B. Thompson.
Oak Shade, Milner Sz. Pierce,
Petert,burg, John Stauffer.
Poplar Grove, E. Il• Paxson.
Peach Bottom, James A. M'Conkey.
do S. W. P. Boyd.
Pleasant grove, Harris & 11I'Cullongh.
Penn Hill, Alexander Johnson.
Penn Township, Jacoo Singer.
Pequa Valley, Skiles & Clemson.
do G. & L. Lewis. ,
Paradise, A. R. Witmer & Brother.
Pusey's Mills, Mahlon Pusey.
Pleasant Grove, John A. Blake.
Quarryville, Harris & Hensd.
Red House, David Lee.
Rawlinsville, John Rawlins.
Ream:italic:), J. NI. Salida.
Springville, Sam'! Hinny.
Sadsb H u a ry rb° M r ettg " House, Sn
, tia o ri:l Sellers.
Sandersburg, Chew & Grable,
Strushurg, Wm Spencer.
Sporting Bill, John Metzler.
Washington, John A. Brush.
Willow Street, Benj. Bower,
Waterloo, Robert Baldwin.
White Rock Forge, John Alexander.
Williamstown, It. M. Jones. •
OMices devo ed exclusively to the sale of
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, wholesale and
recall, 169 Race striet, Philadelphia; 288 Green
wich Street,New York ; and 198 Tremont Street,
Boston. April 28-Iy.
IHE subscriber is regularly appointed agent
for the sale of the Graefenhurg Vegetable
Pilft. These pills are compounded upon the pos
itive and fixed laws of nature, and the foundation
of which is in perfect accordance with the opin
ions of the most eminent medical men. They will
cleanse and invigorate the stomach, freely purge
the bowels, open the pores, give a pleasant tem
perature and tone to the skin, and do all this in the
goofiest manner, without doing violence to the
system. Price 26 cts. per box,
Agent for Columbia
Columbia, May 26, 3847.
THE Columbia Bank and Bridge Company
intent to make application to the Legista
tureoftheCommouwealthol Penosylvan in, at their
nett session. for the renowat of the Banking, Dis
counting, and other privileges they possess under
exiiiing laws. The Company to be continued by
thOrame, style and title of the Columbia Bank
bed Bridge Company, at the Borough of Columbia,
in the County of Lancaster, and State of Pensyloa
nia, By order of the Board,
Columbia, June 24 th, 1847.—Gm.
Efeallh, Health, Health.
' Pulmonary Consumption. Chronic Bronchitia,and Sore
,; Throat,Bethina, Chronic Catarrh, Spitting of
Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast, DISI
- of Breathing. Whopping C o ugh, •
Creep. Weak Nerve:rand Arcrnous
Tremonrs, Palpttation of the
Heart; also Liver Com
plaintand Aff cation of
the Kidneys.
OF all the diseases incident to our climate there is,none
so universal and at the same time so insiduous and
fatal ns Consumption. In thi- country especially Pul
monary Consumption is emphatically a scourge arid in
-its resistless career sweeps o'er the land as a destroying
Angel, laying low with relentless hand the strongest and
fairest of our race: Hitherto all efforts to arrest this
dread disease have proired vain, and - all that seemed
within our power was at best the alleviation ofsuffering
rendering somewhat smoother the certain progress to the
The proprietor in offering this preparati:n to the public
would embrace the opportunity to state upon what
grounds it puts forth its merits. and the reasons upon
which It founds its superior clams to the attention of the
afflicted, thou re , wh useaaqqa its may repose full
confideuce in its curative powers. Since its first prepa
ration he has had the pleasure of witnessing its happy re
sults in numerous instances; but he was determined not
to offer it to the public until he had become thoroughly
Convinced of its efficacy. Ile noW confidently offers it
as a remedy without a parallel for this cure ofPULMON-
AnT CONSUMPTION and its kindred diseases.
Consumption of a tuberculous character from time im
memorial has been deemed incurable and considering its
frequency and fatality, it is not surprising that new rem
edies and new systems of treatment should from tune to
time be brought under the notice of the profession and
the public. Almost every organic and inorganic sub
stance, in an endless round of combination, tins been
used with the hope of checking this scourge of our race.
gnarly doubtless believing that in the progress of medical
knowledge we should at last obtain the mastery over
Consumption, and, hi the use of the Comp( 1111 l d Syr
up of 'Par uud Wood /Copula, Ow object is hap
pily attained.
The therapeutic agents employed in the composition of
this remedy, are such as enable it to prevent the secre
tion of tuberculous matter in the lungs and to cause its
resolution and absorption after deposit has commenced,
an object achieved by no other medicine, and the import
ance of which the professional man Will at once perceive.
since it limes this form of disease. hitherto pronounced
hopeless, entirely within control. Tile success which has
attended the administration of this preparation is unpar
allelled in the records of medical science, in confirma
tion of which, the proprietor would ask a careful pew
ani of the statements of a few of those who have been
restored to health by its powerful agency.
Let the folow Mg speak for itself—
.'l have used Thompson's Compound Syrup of Tar and
Wood Napfha for some time in my practice, and have
found it the most efficient remedy 1 have ever used in
Consumptive cases, chronic catarrh when great ir
ritability, with weakness of the pulnionnry organs. ex
isted. The rapidity with which it acts is greatly lit Its
favor where ilyspocen or oppression exists, which is im
mediately relieved by it.
-le Pulmonary Consumption it can be used with con
fidence, hong applicuble to every form of that disease,
and I consider it a medicine well worthy the attention of
physicians, and exempt from the ittuintat inn of empiri
cism. ht. CIIAMBERS. M. U.
Philadelphia, October 11,1844."
above medicine prepared only by
ANGN EY & DICKSON. at N. E. corner of
Fifth and Spruce streets, Philadelphia.
Gusts, Lancaster; Ross, Elizabethtown, D.
Gauss, Harrisburg; R. ANGNET, Carlisle.
Price 50 cts., or 6 bottles for }92,50.
March 6, 1847. 876
While Teeth, Sweet Breath, IleaMy GUMS, c
To be had by using a pot of
Reader, you have only to use this once, to be
delighted, and to pronounce it the most beautiful
article ever made for the purpose.
Yellow and unhealthy tenth, after being once or
twice cleaned with the Amber Tooth Paste, have
the appearance of the most beautiful ivory; and at
the same lime, it is so perfectly innocent a. d ex
quisitely fine, that its constant daily use is highly
advantageous, even to those teeth that are in good
condition, giving them a beautiful polish. and pre
venting a premature decay. 'Fhose alread) decayed
it prevents from been g worbe,.; It also fastens
such as are loose, and by perseverence it will ren
der the foulest teeth delicately white. and make the
breath deliciously sweet. For sale. at
Sept 19 R. WILLIAMS'.
The subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public in general.that he still
continues to keep the above establishment.
Every pains is at all times talzen to render
this one of the best, and, from its central situ
ation, it is one of the most convenient Hotels
in the city.
His TABLE is furnished, at all times, with
the choicest delicacies of the season.
His Wires and Linuous are not surpassed
by any other establishment in this city.
His Servants are careful.honest and obliging
Terms of Boarding to suit the times.
Country Merchants and business men will
find the location of the CFicsnup ST. House,
in the most business part of Philadelphia.
The subscriber pledges himself that every
thing in his power shall he done to give satis
faction to those who favor him with their pa
Philad., Sept. 27..—1 y Pi oprietor.
New Book-Bindery,
The subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have opened a
Book-Bindery & Blank Book Mannfactoy
on Main street, next door to the Post Office, in
the Borough of 'Fors, where they will be happy
to receive orders for every description of work in
their line. Particular attention will be paid to
the Ruling and Binding of every description of
Blank Books,
for Banks, County Offices, Mes chants and others,
and every variety of full and half bound Blanks,
New and old Books, Periodicals, Law Books
Music, Newspapers, &c., bound to any pattern,
and in any style required. Paper ruled to pattern.
co"'All work warranted.
York, May 12, 1847.
The subscriber is now manufacturing Printing
Ink of superior quality, and offers it for sale in
large or small quantities. upon accommodating
terms, in any instance where the ink sent shall ern
answer the description, it will be exchanged or the
price refunded.
A hberal discount will be made upon large pur
chases for cash.
The News Ink is put up M kegs of 12, 15, 20,
Mao. 50 and 100 lbs.
Book Inks in small kegs and in lb. canisters.
Colored Inks also in lb. canisters.
ZrA 20 lb. keg of the best news ink will be sent
to any point of ihe Penn's Improvements at my
risk tree of charge. upon receipt of $5.
COPAL VARNISH in barrels, kers, and can
sters. .1. H. MIFFLIN. -
Columbia, May 20, 1847.
Jones' Italian Chemical .Soap
Is called by the Medical Society of Paris, ••a
blessing • a miracle and a wonder," to cure eruption,
disfigurement or discoloration of the skin. It cures
pimples, blotches, freckles, salt-rheum, scurvy,
sore-beards, sore-heads, tan. sun-burn: morphew,
and it changes the color of dark, yellow or sun•
burnt skin to a fine, healthy cleationss. Foi p u le at
Sep 19 • w 11,LIAMS.
Flak ! Fish !
Just received at Young & Cassel's Cheap
Store, Front street Columbia, Pa., Mackerel
of all numbers qualities and prices, Herring,
Codfish, &c., which have been bought at first
hands, and being of the 'very finest quality, of
fer inducements to the public to come and give
them - a trial. Mar 27.
-Morning; , Train , Agairi
i nn:TV -==zz 7 .4l4
{TIRE President and Directors of the Baits
,. more add Susquehanna Rail Road Compa
ny having consented to continue the Morning
Train between the above places.' ' '
CcrThe Car, will leave Columbia' DArtm,
(Sundays excepted] at 61 o'clock A. M.,,,and
the Train will leave Vrightiville at 8i o'clock.
Returning, the Train will " leave .- York at 8
o'clock, A. M. . , .
April 17; 1897. Sup't.
. Maga
from Baltimore regularly, hereafter, on Sun
ay, at 9 o'clock A. M., and RETURNING will
tart from Columbia at l P. .31,; Wrightsville
2 P. M., and from York at 3 o'clock, P. M.,
as on other days of the week. The mail be
tween Baltimore and Yor,, ba carried, by
this train. No other train will run on Sunday.
Superintendent of Transportation.
Oct 27, 1846.
Baltimore and Susquehanna
rare Reduced.
THE Passenger Train runs daily as follows
below •
Leaves Baltimoreat 9 o'clock A. M. and arrives
at 6i o'clock P. M.
Arrives at-York at 12 o'clock P. M. and leaves
for Columbia at 1-1 o'clock, P. M.
Leaves Columbia at 2 o'clock, P. M . and leaves
York for Baltimore at 3 o'clock P. M.
.'are from Baltimore to York, $1 50
Wrightsville, 2 00
Co,umbia, " 2 12i
The Train connects at York with Stages for
Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Chambersburg, Pittsburg
and Yoit Springs.
The eompany is authorised hy the proprietors
of the Stage Lines to receive the fare through from
Baltimore to Gettysburg and Herrit , burg. •
Fare through to either place, $3,
D. C.H.BORDLEY, Super't.
Ticket Office, 63 North at.
May 9—ti
Would most respectfully announce to his nu
merous friends in Colun.bia and vicinity that
he has again commenced the Wholesale and
Retail Drug business, at bis old stand. lie has
just returned from the city with a full and gen-
eral assortment of
Glass and Bye-Slnll%,
Together with a most magnificent and one;
quailed assortment of choice
Such as Cologne, Lavender, Flora Portugal
and Baynum Waters, all sizes put up in glass'
stopper Bottles; extracts for Handkerchiefs of
every kind. Beefs Marrow, Circassian Oil,,
Fancy Soaps, Ladies Motto . Wafers taken
from Shakespeare—Glass Letter Stamps,Scent
Bags; Perfumery put up very handsomely in
Boxes and a large assortment of Hair, Teeth,,
Shaving and other brushes of various kinds.
W. A. L. begs leave to inform the public
generally that he has procured the services of
two young men who will give general satisfac
tion both as respects the ir knowledge of the
business and attention to all persons who may •
favor them with their patronage. One of them ,
has been at the business five years, with one of ,
the first Druggists in this county.
April 34th, 1847. tf •
11 . 11 . t 1
SPRING & SUMMER ) 1 54 1 7:
quality and. designs, just received and for sale
50 per ct. lower than ever offered in this city,.
at the BEE HIVE,'
North Queen street; Lancaster. •
ZES—warranted fast colors., only 19.4 (.614
together with the largest assortment of Cali
coes in Lancaster, at the . BEE HIVE, , '
North Queen street.,Lancaster. •
. Fresh Groceries.
Just received by the subscribers. a full as
sortment of Groceries: such as Coffees, Teas„
Sugars. Molasses, Salt. Cheese, &c., which aro
warranted fresh and will be sold cheap.
March 27, 1897. YOUNG & CASSEL.
SPLENDID LAWNS.—Another supply of
splendid Lawns—pink, blue and ,buir—war
ranted real madder colors, at" very reduced
prices_ just received and for sale at the
BEE HIVE, N. Queen at., Lancaster.
Bonnekßibbone &c.„ just recd, very cheep
at the BEE Hl.VE,.N.,queen, at.
Oils,. Oils.
Sperm, Whale, Pish and' Pine Oil of the 7r
very best:nuality, always kepcion twin& A r euria , "--
& CASSECti Cheap Call& Stem /gar 22 , ,