Newspaper Page Text
"GEN. TAYLOR .NEVER SURRENDERS!"
James H. Hunter's
ITASIIMNAIILt ANTI CUE.I.I.
HAT, CAP, BOOT AND SHOE
AV. 40 Front st., Cottonbilt,
Sign of the Big Hat and Cap, directly opposite
the Bridge, and adjoining Black's Hotel.
The subscriber begs leave to return
r his thanks to his friends and the pub
lie generally, for the very liberal pat
ronage heretofore extended to him,
and hopes by strict attention to busi
ness, to receive a continuation of their
favors; he goes upon the principle nimble six
pence is better than 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
Ile can suit customers better, and sell cheaper, than
persons who do business in big brick houses, arid
make a great fuss about selling goods at cost, he
dues 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 ditTerent 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 Cashion always on hand, at
very low prices, and warranted equal to any man
ufactured in this State Also—Gentlemen's, La
dies and Cbililren.rs Fashionable
Moots, Shoes awl Slippers.
which have been selected with great care, in re
gard to quality and make, and will be sold at the
Just satisfy yourselrby calling at No. 40 Fron t
stree:, Columbia, opposite the Bridge.
JAS. IL HUNTER, Agent.
May 1 , ]847
Notice to Builders.
THE undersigned is appointed agent for
the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY,
and is prepared to Slate any 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 times, the best article of Slate
and can furnish workmen of thirty years ex
perience. All roofs warranted riot to leak if
the Building does not sink or give way. Char
ges moderate to suit the times.
JEREMIAH BROWN, Agent,
for the Hon. Jeremiah Brown Sr. Company.
Columbia, June 12, 1847. Grn
Coral Hair• Restorative.
Its positive and real qualities are to force the
human hair to grow on any port where nature in
tended hair to grow, to stop it failing off; to free
and cure the scalp of scurf or dandruff; arid to make
light, red or grey hair grow dark. naturally, from
the roots. For dressing the hair, :t make harsh,
rough or dry hair by one application, soft, fine,
cloan, silky and beautiful, thrice as beg as any
other preparation. Fur sale by
Sep 19 It. WILLI A.MS.
1Z0U2,0)1. 9 .0
AN application will be made at the next Session
of the General Assembly of the State of Pennsyl•
vaniu, for the incorporation of a Company under
the name and style, or intended name and style of
"The Columbia Savings Institution," and design
ed us 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
Columbia, June 10.1847. Cm
jarbruare ! i)arbuntre ± !
COOThe snbscrihers respectfully cull
the attention of the citizens gener
ally, to th,ir assortment of
Hardware, Glass, Paints, Oils,
We Lave just received in addition to our stack,
lIIRD VVA RE, CUTLERY and Building ;Lite
rial-t of all description, suds as LOCKS, fIINGES,
SCRE ITS, NAILS and SPIKES.
CD 30 0 af.
PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS,
Bar, Rod and 'loop Iron,
of all sizes, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOWS,
of the best quility, all of which we oiler at the
lowest prtees. Persons wishing to pur,base will
find it to their advantage to call at
RUMPLE Sr. HESS'S,
Col umbia, April 7, 1847 —tf. Locust St
To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of the County of Lancaster, now hold
ing a Court of General Quarter 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 of public entertainment, at the well estab
lished old stand, recently kept by George H. Horn
ing in said township ,and County aforesaid, and
that he is well provided with houseroom and Cull..
veniences for the accommodation of Strangers and
Travellers. Your Petitioner therefore, humbly
pr.iys your Honors to grant him a transfer of the
License of the said George H. Horning, to keep a
public house at the place aSose mentioned. And
he will ever pray, &c. CHRISTIAN NEFF.
We, the undersigned citizens of the township
Conoy, where the Raid 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, and that
we are well acquainted with the said Christian
Neff, and that he is ui good repute for honesty and
temperance, and is well provided with houee•room
and conveniences for the accommodation of
Strangers and Travellers.
Jacob lbs.lsecker, Lewis Filbert, Benj. Hippie,
John Bachman, Jacob Strickler, Abraham Collins,
W. W. May, G. H. Horning, Philip Oldweilcr jr,
John Flakieman,J. B. Hamilton, Wm. Wormley,
George Suigt, George Ceppeess, Henry Grerer.
July 17111, 1847.-3 t•
T UST received. a splendid assortment of Parlor,
it) Hall 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 Manufactures price at
.1. D. & J. WRIGHT'S.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.--sf
TIN PLATE and SHEET IRON, of the best
brands, for sale by
WCIAPLF, Sr. HESS
Columbia. April 7, 1847.—tf
ELGEINCV OF MIZE
GRAEFENBERG VEGETABI.E PILLS
Xtlll E subscriber is regularl y appointed agent
for the sale of the Graefenburg Veeetahle
1. These pills are compounded upon the pos
itive and iSzed laws of nature, end the foundation
of which is in perfect accordance with the °pin.
ions of the most eminent medical men. They will
cleanse and invigorate the stomach, freely puree
the bowels. open the pores, nice a plenslnt tern.
poraturo and tone to the skin, end no all this in the
gentlest rwriner, without doing violence to the
system. Price 25 eta. per Ler.
. C. "Vt' ESTERO OR.
Agent for Caumbis.
Columbia, May 116, 1817.
4. 416 - - )
WATCH & JEWELYSTORE,"
96.N08TH SECOND ST.,
ON RAT/ corner of Quarry.
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat
Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, 23,00
Silver Lever Watches, seven jewels, 18,00
Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, finest
Superior Quartier' Watches, 10,00
Imitation Quartier Watches, 5,00
Gold Spectacles, - 8,00
Fine Silver Spectacles, 1,75
Gold Bracelets wills topaz stones, 3,50
Ladies Gold Pencils, 16 carats, 2,00
Gold Finger Rings 371 cents to es—Watch
Glasses, plain 121 cents, patent 184, Lunet 25.
Other articles in proportion. All goods warrant
ed to be what they are sold for
On hand, some Gold and Silver 'lovers, Lepines
and Quartiers lower than the above prices.
Philadelphia, April, 10, 1847. ly
, CHEAP/ WATCHES.
.- - - • The Cheapest Cold and Silver
, c. • i ~;;,,,,,
(ti. „. ~. WATCHES
1 im -81-S, IN PHILADELPHIA—
_N6:-.•;;1 , :;=". 1 LEWIS LAD 011 US,
Offers For Sale,
Cold Lever, fulljewelled $45 00
Silver do do 23.00
Cold Lepinea do 30 00
Silver do do 15.00
Slyer Quariiers. tine quality 10.00
Cold Watches, pla In 45.00
Silver Spectacle. 1.75
Gold Pencils 2.00
Cold Bracelets— 4,00
On hand a large assortment of flair Bracelets,
Finger Itings,Breast Pins, Hoop Ear logs. Gold Pena,
Sliver Spoons, Sugar Tr/III:A. Thimbles, Gold Neck.
Curb and Fob Chains, Guard Keys, and Jewelry of eve
ry description, thermally low prices.
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired and
warranted In keep good time for one year. Old Gold
and Silver bought or taken in evcharice.
For sale eight day and thirty hour brass Clocks at
Watch, Cinch and Jewelry Store, No. -IlaL Market
street. above 11th, North side, Philadelphia.
N. 11. I have some Gold and Silver Levers still much
cheaper than the above prices. A liberal discount made
to dealers. Call and see for yourselves.
Philadelphia, :September 12, 18 IS. 551-af
By B. CILIASTON.
The subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally that he is now
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
Newyork 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
Cassimere, Cloth, and all other PANTS, suit
able for Spring, Summer and Winter, of every
size and description.
VESTS—Figured, Silk, Satin, Merino and
Marseilles, suitable 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.; 13o
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,
Hilts and Caps,
TrarellingTrunks, Carpet Bags and Valises
a variety of notions too tedious to mention
which will be kept in Thos. Beatings Front
Room, three doors east of my
N. 13. Clothing made to order at the Store.
fle has a large supply of goods on hand 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 lie is determined to sell as low as
any other establishment in the county and war
rants all goods. Ile sells as he represents
them when sold or the money will be refunded.
Columbia, June 5,1547. tf
STEAM IRON RAILING FACTORY )
.above IGJltonevood Street,
PIIILADELPI - 11A
T this establishment may be found the
tll.. greatest variety of Plans and beautiful
220-M 1 aca2z..twez
in the United States, to which the attention o
those in want of any description, and especial
ly for Cemeteries, is particularly invited.
The principal part of all the handsome Rail
ings at Laurel Dill, Monument, and other eel•
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 Gates, with an ex
tensive assortment of Iron Posts, Pedestals, Iron
Arbors, Fie. Also, in great variety, Wrought
arid Cast iron Ornaments, suitable for Railings,
and other purposes.
The subscriber would also state that in his
Pattern and Designing Department lie 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.
Ridge Road, above Buttonwood Street
Jan. 30, 1847. Gm
FAIRBANKS' BURNING FLUID.
ALL you who have been sitting in the
DARKNESS and shadow of the, greasy
filthy, black fish oil, that is now being sold
throughout thecountry for sperm oil, arc invit
ed to call at Wright's, and purchase a pair
of LAMPS and make use of one quart of the
fluid sold by them, and if you are not entirely
satisfied with the article, you have only to re
turn the Lamps, and have your money refund
Oil Lamps of every discription altered to
born the Fluid. J.D. & J. WRIGHT.
Columbia. May 27, 1847.—tf
TWO APP ENTICES, about 15 or IG years
of age, to learn the Cabinet Making 113u.i
-nes..--Apily to VAIN W sHumari.
Colombia, Ip•il7, 1847.—tf
WHEELER'S Tea Berry Tooth. I,V abh, A
cure for tLe To th Ache, arrester of de
cay., cleanser and preserver of the Teeth and
Gams.—For rule by R. 'WILLIAMS.
HEALTH MADE-EASY FOE THE
Or Physkai Training,to make their Lieu in this
World Long and Happy, by the author of "Edu
cation As It Is, Ought To Be, andllfight Be,"
First American Edition, with Additions.:
Being an elementary and interesting treatise on
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. Szc. Ztc. Scc. 8:c.
Together with the Great Secret—Success in
Life bow attained—How to do Good—Causes and
Effects of Error—Habits—Passions—Woman de
scribed—Man described—Man's Errors—Rich
and Poor—Sexes—Virtue and Vice—Youthful
Errors--Woman how made delicate—Woman's
Virtues, Ambition, &c., &c.
The whole designed for the noble purpose of
improving and extending educating 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., &c.
azyAny person sending 25 cents enclosed in a
letter shall receive one copy by mail, or five copies
will lie sent for $l, Address, postaae paid,
G. B. ZEIBER & Co.,
May 22d, 1847. Philadelphia.
aaThis valuable work contains (in duodecimo
form) 177 pages.
DR. LE Roy's
Vegetable 'Universal Pills
Are a strengthening purgative and a purifyinn
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; and cett.ficates of cures performed by them
received from upwards of four hundredliersons.
The cures embraced a great number of diseases?
but those which predominated were Billions Fe
ver, Colic, habitual Costiveness, Dysentery,
Loss of Appetite, Flatulence. Worms and Low
ness of Spirits. All persons who take them agree
that they arc ar superior to every other medicine
1 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 lea'.., .io;',.iirg, to he desired. ,
But their greet peculiar excellence, and that which
i distinguishes them from all other purgatives is,
that their operation is followed by no reaction.— 1
Their unrivalled purifying and purgative proper
for which they are indebted to the essence of
Sarsaparilla, and other ineredients,beingcontroll
ed by their highly tonic virtues derived from the
extract of Wild Cherry, they do not strain the
digestive organs into action, as is the mode of I
operation with other cathartics, but on the contra•
ry strengthen them into action. Thus all other
purgative medicines produce store or less subse- 1
quent costiveness, ai.d sluggishness of the gastric
juice, while Dr. Le Roy's Pills leave all the ma
of the system full of life activity, and the
bowels open and natural.
acj''Price 25 cents per boy.
Agents for Columbia—R. WILLIAMS, Wm. A
LEASES. Feb G.'47-ly
First Premium Writing Ink.
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 fur his numerous scientific researches.
"Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati.
"Having used Mr. Borer'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 thorn, even in long use.
"JOHN LOCKT, Prof. Chemistry."
Hover's Adamantine Cement
From a well known scientific gentlemen.
"Philadelphia, Feb. 27,1816.
"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.
For Sale, Wholesale and Retail,at the Man
ufactory, No. 87 North Third Street, opposite
Cherry street, Philadelphia. by
JOSEPH E. 1101 7 E11, Philadelphia
brut article ever invented titr gime a fine
keen edge to a Razor, or any fine ii.trument.
To shave, or not to shave, that's the question;
Whether 'tis better, on the whole, to suffer
Th' outrageous scrapings of an etlgele,s razor;
Or, buy a box of HARPER'S RAZOR PownEn,
Wherewith to set the edge?—to buy, --to use,
No more;—for in its use we surely have
A sovereign taint for all the barber-ens shocks
The face is heir to,—tis a consummation
Devoutly to he wished. To shave t—to scrape;—
'l'o scrape ! perchance to scream ;—ay, there's the
For in that horrid scrape what screams may come,
(Particularly if the face he tender,)
Must give us pause. " • Who would their
And grunt. and sweat, with a villanous dull razor,
When the remedy, that renders shaving pastime,
May now be had at Westbrook's? For want of this,
Men sometimes rather wear the beards they have
Than underg o the grubbing operation.
Harper's Razor Powder is warranted to give a
keen sharp edge to any razor (that has not been
used for quart, ing static or sharpening crowbars)
in a shorter space of time than would be required
with the best hone. It supercedes the use of the
Sold by C. WESTBROOK, Locust Street. Co
lumbia, where may be scen numerous certificates
testifying to its excellence.
Price 25 cents a box.
Columbia, April 7, :817.—if
CLOTHING, CLOTHING !
JOSEPH J. MOORE,
254 :MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA.
THE SU BSC RIDE R of the late firm
of Duck & Moore, takes this method of inform
ing his friends and the public in general, that
lie has bought out the interest of S. L. Bork,
at the old established CLOTHING STAND,
No. 254 Market street, Philadelphia, and is
now prepared to furnish all kinds of READY_
MADE clothing, at prices which cannot but
secure to him the patronage of all who wish to
purchase CHEAP Clothing. I have splendid
French Cloth Dress and Frock Coats, front
$5.50 to $lB, do. Pants, from 75 cents to 46;
Vests, from 62; cents to ; suit of Summer
Clothing for $2,25. Also all kinds of Gentle
men's Furnishing Goods at extremely low pri
ces. taWhelesale dealers in Clothing would
do well to call at the store of
JOSEPH 3. MOO.RE,
May22-tse26.l 254 Market st,Pbil
rrtHE subscriber inform! the citizens or. Co
the public generally, that he
has REMOVED his Drug and Medicine Store,
two doors East or his uld• stand, to the build
ing lately.occuoied by W m. Wiggins as a Shoe
Sore, which he has fitted up entirely new,
where be will be happy to wait on all those
who may favor him with a call. He has
received within a few days a general assort
nrugo, rattitirms, Vatvat Orairine o,
CIIEDLICALS, PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS,
and a splendid assortment of
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
In conclusion, the subscriber returns his
most sincere thanks for the very liberal en
couragement be has received, and flatters him
self by strict attention to business, he will
merit a continuance of public patronage.
Columbia, April, 7, 1847.—tf
THIS extraordinary medicine is founded upon
the principle that Inc 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 et Fevers,,but
when lodged in the various parts of th'i 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 the other, and that by them all
morbid and corrupt humors (the cause of disease)
can be entirely eradicated, and this in so easy and
natural a manner, that while they every day give
ease and pleasure. Disease of every noose is
Literally Driven from the Body.
The following highly respectable storekeepers
have been duly appointed agents for the sale of
this Celebrated Medicine, in Lancaster county.
Ashville, Taylor & Pierce.
'Jeanine, Iteuhen Weidler.
Bainbridge, J. F. needier.
BIC cersville, Samuel H. Miller.
Bird-in-Hand, Jacob Bruner.
Bethania, John Allen.
Ban Township, W. W. Passmore.
Belieview, Buyers & timbals.
Bowmanville. Samuel Bowman.
Bethesda, James Patton
Brownstown, Samuel Hahn
Buck Tavel!' P 0, Geu T Clark
Belmont, F Brimon
Collins Ferry, Abraham Collins.
Chestnut Level, MeSparrant & Housekeeper
Carnhridge, Irwin & Black
Conestoga Centre, John 1.1. Harman.
Centreville, John Pusey.
Church Town, L. fit E. Rogers.
Coopersville, E. Lewis.
Concord, Geo W. Himes.
Columbia, F'ry & Spangler.
do Joseph Al Watts
Cherry Hill, Isatie S Webster
Dolmen., John A, Boyd.
Earl Township, Geotge Buchman.
do do Weaver Sr. Witmer.
do do Davis Wallace.
Earlville West, Samuel Hull.
Elizabethtown, John Lynch.
Ephrata, John Gross.
Ephrata, New, L. S. Hacker.
do West, Martin Weidman.
Fairfield, Hutton & M'Sparran.
Fulton House Township, L. P. Wilkinson.
Georgetown, Nl'Canna & Buyer
Goshen, S E Fairlarnb
Hemplield, Ringwalt & Martin.
Hanstown, Z Killian
Hinkletown, John Wickle
Intercourse, Thomas filmes.
Landisville, John C. Landis.
Leacoric township, Frederick Swope.
Lampeter Square, J. F. & D. H. Herr.
Linz, Nathaniel S. %Volley.
Lancaster, John Zimmerman.
Mount Joy, Witmer & Cassel.
]Montville, John Devlin.
Marietta. W. A & IS. Spangler.
Mechanicsville, Jacob troll.
Mount Joy Township, H. G. Clark & Co.
MaS town, John Reinhold.
do Slaymaker & CO.
Millersville, Henry Funk.
IVlarticvalle, Stock & Fell.
Manic Iron Works, 11. Coleman.
Alennt Pleasant, Isaac M'Comant
Mill Creek, Henry Stauffer
ISlastersonvill,• Joseph Masterson
Martie Township, Hugh More
Mechanic's Grove, N II Wells
New Holland, Brubaker & Co.
New Providence, Hildcbrandt & Meyer.
New Berlin, Levi Mentzer & Co
New Texas, Carter & Lewis.
Noblesville, J. B. Thompson.
Oak Shade Milner Si Pierce,
Oak Run, John P Harlan.
Oregon, Abraham Shenk.
Petersburg. John Stauffer.
Poplar Grove, E. H. Paxson.
do S. W. P. Boyd.
Pleasant Grove, Haines & . 51. Cullough.
Penn Hill, Alexander Johnson.
Penn Township, Jacob Singer.
do G. & L. Lewis.
' Paradise, A. R. &A. L. Witmer.
Pusey's I11:11s, Mahlon Pusey.
Prqua. Jas C Skiles & Co
Peach Bottom, Wm. Arnold
Quarryville, Haines &
Red House, David Lee.
Rawlinsville, John Rawlins.
Ream,town, J, M. Sal ida.
Springville, Sam'l Hinny
Safe Harbor, John Herr & Son,
Sadsbury Meeting House, S•arn'l Sellers.
Sandersburg. Chew &
Strushurg. Wm Spencer.
Sporting Hill, John Metzler.
Salsbury, H Freeland
Turkey Hill, Peter Manning
Washington, John A. Brush.
Willow Street, Benj. Bower.
Waterloo, Baldwin & Overholtzer
White Rock Forge, John Alexander.
Williamstown, A C Buyers
ir...olßces devoted exelusisely to the sale of
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, wholesale and
retail, 169 Race street, Philadelphia; 288 Green
wich Street, New York ; and 198 Tremont Street,
Boston. April 2:1-1y.
THE Columbia Bank and Bridge Company
intend to make application to the Legisla
ture orate Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at their
newt session, for the renewal of the Banking, Dis
counting, and other privileges they poesess under
extst:ng laws. The Company to be ecit,linued by
the name, style and title of the Columbia Bank
and Bridge Company, at the Boron 4 h o f c o b i mbb i ,
in the County of Lancaster, and State of Pansy Iva-
By order of the Board,
SAMUEL SEIOCH, Ca-hicr
Coltimhia, 1 ,, n0 24.1,, 1847 —em.
Unite tear., Gallo, Vents a:lb ©ti's.
WETHERELL & BROTHER'S Pure White
Lead, Paints, Linseed and Sperm Oil. Var- I
nishes, Glass &c. For sale at low prices, at the i
Hardware Store of J. W. COTTRELL.
Columbia, May 26, 1847-4 f
Health, Health, Health.
THOMPSONS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR
AND WOOD NAPTHA.
THE ONLY CERTAIN REMEDY FOR Tire CURE 0
Pulmonary Consumption; Chronic Branchitie.and Sore'
Throat, .fisthma. Chronic Catarrh, SPfittaloff of
Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast, DttA
catty of Breathing, if Cough,
Croup. Weak Nerves and Nervous
Tremours, Palpitation of the
Heart ; also Liver Com
plaint and Affection of
OF all the diseases incident to our climate there [Boone
so universal and at tht, same time so inghluous and
fatal as &iaoeumptlnn. In thi- country
nionitry Consumption is emphatically a scourge and in
its resistless career sweeps o'er the laud age destroying
Angel, laving low with relentless hand the strongest rind
fairest of our race! Hitherto all efforts to arrest this
dread disease have proved yelp, 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:u 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. thao re wit usesartou sot its tiny repose full
confidence in its curative powers. Since its first prepa
ration he has had the pleasure of witnessing its happv re•
suits in numerous but he was determined not
to offer it to the public until lie had become thoroughly
convinced of 114 efficacy. Ile now corifielesillV offers it
as a remedy without n parill;rl for the rare &TIM:Mt/N
-ARY CONSUMPTION and its kindred diseases.
Consumption of a tuberculous character fermi time im
memorial has been deemed 'lleum hie and considering its
frequency and fatality, it is not surprising that new rem
edies and new systems of treatment should 1,0111 time to
time be brought under the notice of the profession and
the public. Almost every nrs.anle and inorganic sub
stance. in an endless round of combination, has been
used with the hope of checking this scourge of our race.
I many doubtless believing that in the progress of medical
knowledge we should at last obtain the mastery aver
Consumption, and. in the use of the Compound Syr
up of Tor and. Wood Airoptha., this object is hap
The therapeutic agents employed In the cotnposition of
this remedy, are such as enable it to prevent tile Seere
lion 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 beings this form of disease, hitherto pronoaneed
hopeless, entirely within control. The success sv hicli line
attended the administration of this preparation is unpin
ailelled in the records of medical science, in confirma
tion of which, tile proprietor would ask a careful peru
sal of the statements of a few of those who have been
restored to health by its powerful agency.
Let the (blowing speak far itself—
.'l have used Thompson's Compound Syrup of Tar and
Wood Naptlid for some time in toy practice. and have
found it the most efficient remedy I have ever used in
Consumptive eases, chronic catarrh. &e., when great ir
ritability, with wenline9s of the pillmonnry organs. ex
isted. The rapidity with which it acts in greatly :ft its ,
favor where ilyspiirea or oppression exiats, which is im
mediately relieved by it.
'9n Pulmonary Consumption it eon he used with con
fidence, being applicable to every form of that dmease„
and I cotouler it a medicine well worthy the attention of
physicians, and exempt from the 'mourn tines of mold
}l. CHAMBERS. N. D.
Plointlelphia, October Si, IS4 I.''
In'Tlie above medicine prepared 'only by
ANGNEY & DICKSON. at N. E. corner of
Fifth and Spruce streets, Philadelphia.
AGENTS--R. W ANIS. Columbia; Sonia
GISIT, Lancaster; Ross, Elizabethtown, D.
Gnoss, Harrisburg; R. AtiGiszy,
Price .50 Ms.. or 6 bottles for $2,50.2,50.
March 6. 1847. 876
IVhtie Teeth, Sweet Breath, Healthy Gums, ..5.0
219 be had by using a poi of
AMBEIR. TOCTE PASTE-
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 teeth, after being once or
twice cleaned with the Amber Tooth Paste, have
he appearance of the most beautilul ivory; and at
the same time, 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. Those already decayed
it prevents from becoming worse ; it also fastens
such as are loose, and ny perseverence it will rem
der the foulest teeth delicately white, and make the
breath deliciously sweet. For sale at
Sept 19 R. W
CHESNUT STREET HOUSE
No. 121 CHESNUT STREET,
A FEW DOORS BELOW FOURTH, NORTH SIDE.
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 tatzan 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 WINES and Liquors are not surpassed
by any other establishment in this city.
His Servants are carefti I. honest and obliging
Terms of Boarding to suit the times.
Country Merchants and business men will
find the location of the CIiF.SNUT Sr. Elouss,
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 will. their pa
tronage. SAMUEL ItIILLEft,
Philad., Sept. 27.—1 y Proprietor.
IN THE BOROUGH OF YORK, PF.NN'A.
The sub4rribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have opened a
Book-Bindery & Blank Bookalanufactoy
on Morn street, next door to the Post Office, in
the Borough 4 , f Yore, whore they will be happy
:o receive orders for every description of work in
their line. Particular attention will be paid to
the Ruling and Binding of every description of
for Banks, County Offices, Mel chants and others.
and every variety of full arid hatf bound Blanks,
New and old Books, Periodicals, Law Beoks
Music, Newspapers, &c., bound to arty pattern,
and in any style required. Paper ruled to pattern,
CO'All work warranted.
CORBEL' & WYANT.
York, May 12, 18.17.
The subscriber is now manulacturtng Printing
Ink of superior quality, and offers it fur sale in
large or small quantities. upon accommodating
terms, in any instance where the ink sent shall not
answer the description, it will be exchanged or the
A liberal discount will be made upon large pur
chases for cash.
The News Ink is put up in kegs of 12, 15, 20,
16, 30, 50 and 100 lbs.
Book Inks in small kegs and in lb. canisters.
Colored Inks also in lb. canisters.
iltrA 20 lb. keg of the best news ink will be sent
to any point of the Penn'a Improvements et my
risk free of charge. upon receipt of $5.
COPAL. VARNISH in barrels, kegs, and can
sters. J. H. MIFFLIN.
Columbia, Slay 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 dtscoloratten 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, beclttly cleontioss. Fot safe at
Sep 19 R. %WILLIAMS.
Fish I Fish
Just received at Young & Cassel's Cheep
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
ia-F g EQ .5,91.0m1.2 gat
BETWEEN YORK, WRIGHTSVILLE AND
HE President and Directors of the
more.and Susquehanna Rail Road CoMpa
ny having consented to continue the Mor : niog
Train between the above, places.
53The Car will leave Columbia Dirt.v . ,
(.Sundays excepted] at 6; o'clock A. M.: and
the Train will leave Wrightsville at 6f o'clock.
Returning, the Train will leave York, at 8
o'clock, A. M.
• D. C. H. BORDLEY,
April 17, 1847. Sup't.-
t4O . •
BALI 13.10 RE & StsiviEBANNA
THE MORNING PASSENGER TRAM will run
from Baltimore regularly, hereafter, on Sun•
ay, at 9 o'clock., A. M., and -RETURNING 4111
tart from COlumbia at 14 P. M., 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 Yora wi:: ba carrici by
this train., No other train will run on Sunday.
D. C. H. BORDLEY,
. Superintendent of Transportation.
Oct 27, 1896. . .
Baltimore and. Susquehanna
THE Passenger Train runs daily as follows
Leaves Baltimoreat 9 o'clock A. M. and arrives
at 6 o'clock P, M.
Arrives at York at 12 o'clock P. Wand loaves
for Columbia at 13- o'clock, P. M. '
Leaves Columbia at 2 o'clock, P. M. and leaves
York for Baltimore at 3 o'clock P.M.
rare from Baltimore to York, ea so
Wrightsville, 2 00
Columbia, 2 l 2&
The Train connects at York with Stages for
Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Chambersburg, Pittsburg
and Toil Springs.
FA RE TO GETTYSBURG & HARRISBURG
The company is authorised by the proprietors
of the Stage Lines to receive the fare through from
Baltimore to Gettysburg; and klarri , borg.
RA LTIMORE TO GETTYSBURG AND HAR
Fare through to either place, 63
D. C. H. BORDLEY, Supeet,
Ticket Office, 63 North st
W. A. LEADER,
Would most respectfully announce to his nu
merous friends in Cohnn bia arid vicinity„that
he ha% again commenced the Wholesale and
Retail Drug business, at his old stand. He has
jest returned from the city with afull and gen
eral assortment of
CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Glass and Dye-SitutfUg,
Together with a most magnificent and une
quaffed assortment of choice
Such as Cologne, Lavender, Flora Portugal
and Daynum Waters, all sizes put up in glass
stopper Bottles; extracts for Handkerchiefs of
every kind. Beefs Marrow, Circassian Oil,
Fancy Soaps, Ladies Motto Wafers take'
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 their 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 2.1 th, 1847. tf
SPICE% G Sha SUMMER, 184'.
REAL CASHMERE SHAWLS--Superb
quality and designs, just received and for sale
SU per et. lower than ever offered in this city,
at the BEE HIVE,
North Queen street, Lancaster. '
RICII CALIFORNIA PLAID CHlNT
ZES—warranted fast colors, on'; 32a cents;
together with the largest assortment of Cali
coes iu Lancaster, at the BEE HIVE.
North Queen street, Lancaster.
Just received by the subscribers, a full as
sortment of Groceries, such as Coffees, Teas,
Sugars. Molasses, Salt, Cheese, &c.,whichare
warranted fresh and will be sold cheap.
March 27, 1847. YOUNG & CASSEL.
SPLENDID LAWNS.—Another supply or
splendid Lawns—pink, blue and buff—war
ranted real madder colors, at very reduced
prices. just received and for sale at the
BEE HIVE, N. Queen st.. Lancaster.
HOSIF:BY, GLOVES, and lIDKFS.—Near
Bonnet Ribbons &c.. just recd, very cheap
at the BEE HIVE, N. Queen at..
Sperm, Whale, Fish and Pine Oil or the
very best quality, always kept on hand Yourto
& Cass:4.'B Cheap Cash Store, Mar 27