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YHE partnership heretofore existing between the
subscribers, trading under the firm of J. W.
tatter & Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent.
J. W. FISHER,
Columbia, Septcmber 1 , 1847.
THE undersigned has just received a fresh
supply of goods suited to the season, embrac-
SATINETTS and VESTINGS of silk, satin,
woollen and silk velvets, merinoes, cashmeres
and every other style, which cannot be sur
passed for beauty, durability, or cheapness, in
this or any other ccuntry town.
11e continues to carry on the Tailoring Bus
iness. and will be thankful for a continuance
of past favors. J. %V. FISHER.
October 2, 1847.-tf
FRENCH WORKED COLLARS.
TATEST style French needle work collars, for
j sale at FRY & SPANGLER'S.
MILL AND FARM FOR RENT.
THE Mill and Farm belonging- to the estate of
1 Christian Baueliman, situate in %Vest Hemp.
field township, Lancaster Co., will be offered for
rent by public outcry, on the 22d day of October
next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Public
House of Jo'hua Kehler, on the Lancaster and Co.
hirable turnpike, 2. miles from the latter place and
near the premises, the property well known as
with a farm of about 50 acres °Hand, houses, barns
and other appurtenances thereunto belonging, for 1
year from the Ist of April, next. The Mill is in
good working order, within a few hundred yards of
the Penna. Rail Road, has a large custom, and is
well calculated to do an extensive business. The
farm is under good fences, and in high state of cul
Those wishing to rent the property will examine
fur themselves, and by calling on J. B. Garber, one
of the Executors, near the premises, or on G. M.
Houk, residing on the same, can receive any further
N. B.—This property will be sold in the fall of
1819. At the time and place stated above, the
conditions will be made known by
SAM'L C. BONHAM, or
Oct 2d, 31* J. B. GARBER,
Executors of the estate ofC. Bauchman deo'd.
sale by Order of the Orphans' Court.
TALUA BLE property in the Borough of Co.
V humble, Lancaster County, Penna., late the
estate of Christian Breneman, deed.
In pursuance to an order of the Orphan.' Court
of Lancaster County, will be exposed to public sale,
on Saturday the 13th day of Norrmber next, at 2
o'clock in the nflernoon, at the Public House at
Joseph Black, in the Borough of Columbia, all the
right, title and interests of Christian Brencman de
ceased, in following valuable real estate, situated
in the said Borough, to wit:—Two large FIRE
and Lots of Ground, bounded East by the Penn
sylvania Railway, and extending to the river shore
near the Susquehanna and Tide IV,ter Canal, and
Front Street, and between the Columbh Bridge and
Pennsylvania Canal Basin. The said Lots lire in
width 117 feet, more or less, fronting towards Front
Street, and 293 feet in depth.
The facilities afforded, by the various Canals and
Railmads fbr the transportation to the markets of
Philadelphia and Baltimore, are equal to any other
locality, and the advantages and value of this prop.
erty for the purposes mentioned, it is believed, can.
not be excelled.
Also, at the same time and place will be sold in
pursuance to the order aforesdid, the right, title and
interest, of said deceased in and ton certain Lot of
Ground situated at the North-West corner of Fifth
and Union Street in said Borough. The said lot
containing 204 feet fronting on Union Street by
]3la. feet on Fifth Street.
Attendance still be given and terms of sale made
known by ABRAHAM ZOOK,
Administrator de bonis non with the will annex
ed of Christian Brcneman deed.
By order of the Orphans' Court,
ATTEST, JAMES DYSAR'I',
Oct. 2d,—ts. Clerk of Orphans' Court.
The following papers will please copy till Bale'
and send bills to this office, s also a paper with the
advertisement marked to Abraham Zook, Colum
N. American, Piiih.; American, Baltimore; Em
pnrium, Pottsville; Telegraph, Harrisburg; Corn
mereial Journal, Pittsburgh.
DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE
READ the following Certificate in favor of the
Extraordinary Virtues of DR. CULLEN'S
INDJAN VEGETABLE PANACEA.
seIt.OFUL Messrs Howitt Sr.. Walton:—
Gentlemen—Feeling deeply graietul for the ex ira
ordinary cure perturined upon the by your Dr. Cal
len's Indian Vegetable Panacea, 1 cheerfully tar
nub you with a short history 0: toy case.
About seven years ago, [when only eleven years
old] I was attacked with Scrolula. which increased
in its ravages, till my thioni was tilled with ulcers!
the Lames of my neck laid bare ! my palate destroy
ed, and a large piece o! one of the nasa l bones car
ried WA ay. Aly head was also so much diseased, that
in drinking. the tea or coffee would Irequently pass
out of oty ear! A mass of sumethmg which the
Doctors called n tumor came tram my nose.
1 was under the care of physic:ails of the highest
distinction in this city, and at one tune pronounced
cured, and by request attended a medical lecture,
where my case, ingather with the tact hed of cure,
was explained to the students. The Lecturer said
You are now -.Yell, but if the disease should
return, you cannot live long. as it would soo.. de
stroy your wind-pipe."
I did not believe myself :tired at the lime, a. I
had much thstress in my head, and oilier disagreea
ble feeling., and after a lime the ulcers re-opened.
In January. 1845, my mother called with me upon
Dr. Mutters for advice. He said I tied a very sick
girl, and sa.d it was doubtful whether I would ever
get roil; tf ever, it would be a long while. The
disease grew so much worse, that the physician
who then attended me, said he could see my wind
pipe! My lace was also swollen, highly
and very pronlul, and the Doctor said ulceration was
Kiev Lib le ! !
I was in this condition in January last when I
commenced taking your "Dr CULLEN ' S INDIAN
VEGETABLE PANACEA. " The inflmnatton was soon
removed, and the dreaded ulceration in the face
prevented ! lam now well ! I have no ulcers !
no Pain. or any disagreable sensation in my head.
and now feel mat lam cured. I shall be happy to
give any further information to the drilled who will
take the trouble to call upon me at my father's
house, W cat Spruce between Beach and Willow
Streets, opposite Spackman's Factory.
Sighed, CIIRISTIANA SANDS•
City of Philadelphia, as.
This seventh day of April, A. D. eighteen hun
dred and forty-six. before the subscriber. Mayor of
the said city, personally appeared Christiana Sands,
who being duly sworn, deposes and says, that the
facts set forth in the loregoing affidtvit are strictly
true in every particular.
In tesinnony whereof, I have hereunto set my :
hand and fixed the corporate seal of the said city,
on the day and year before written_
Si Joey Swim. Mayor.
We hereby certily, that the shove statements of
,our daughter are true in every particular.
Phila. April 7, 1846. MAPY SANDS
Wholesale and Retail, by ROW AND & WAL
TON, Proprietors, 376 Market street, Philadelphia;
WM. A. LEADER, Columbia, Pa.; J. T. ANDER.
SON, Marietta, Pa., and GEORGE ROSE, Eliza-
NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENCY!
Splendid assortment of Terkirra and other
FOR TUE SALE OF THE SUPERIOR TEAS OF lA_ shawls. Just received at
& Company, 0e2'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S.
TEA DEALERS, PHILADELPHIA.
THE Subscriber Ims taken the Agenc y . for the
sale of those excellent Teas—has received and ,
will be kept supplied with a full assortment of l
Greens and Blacks of the various kinds and quali- I
ties ; and which it is confidently believed will, on
trial, speedily take the preference in this communi- 1
ty over all other Teas. They are in neat packages !
of 6., and 1 lb. each, labelled with their name,
the kind of Tea and price, with n metallic as well
as paper C'nvelope for preservation of the quality,;
having full weight of Tea in each.
One 01 . the Partners of the concern (who selects
the Teas) learned this difficult business of the Chi-
new themselves, having resided among them many
years, at Canton, engaged in the Tea trade. Pos.
sensing this extraordinary advantage, the ability of
the [louse is unquestionable, and may be relied upon
for furnishing, not only safe, but also, the most de
licious Teas, and at the lowest possible prices.
At this period, when the public taste is undergo.
ing a change from Green to Black Teas, it may be
interesting to know that the Chinese universally
drink Black 'Peas, eonsiderins , the Greens fit only
for foreigners. GUILFORD G. CLAIBORNE,
Columbia, Oct. 2d,-31n. Post Master.
Steam Engine for Sale;
FACTORY TO RENT.
A nYE horse power Steam Engine with
_CA_ an 8 horse boiler in complete order for
sale—at present put up in the brick Factory
on U n ion street, above Second. Said building
is for sale or to rent; it is 50 feet square, well
lighted, has large doors fronting north and
south. on Union streetand on a l 2 foot alley,
is well adapted for a
for which it was once used, or for a Foundry, or
any business requiring large space and good
The lot on which the building stands is large
and would suit for the storing of lumber or
50 'Puns Pine Grove Coal for sale
AN Election for thirteen Directors for the
Columbia Rank and Bridge Company,
will be held at the Bankinu . House in Columbia,
on Wednesday the 10th day of November next,
between the hours of ten and four.
Oct. 2d,—te Cashier.
Lancaster Examiner & Herald, and Union
Tribune, please copy.
4. r' 4t- ~ t - ' A., . - ...... .."
1 --, ii i v , 2-1`n.:4 , 0; t',-,4:7--.• ,:-.^ r.
A CERTAIN and effectual cure for Ague
1 and Fever, Dumb Ague, Chills or Inter-
Unrivalled and Unequalled.
The general causes that produce ague and
fever, are the 11.11ableil of exhalation arising
from swamps, marshes, rivers, canals. &c.,
acted upon by heat, warm day's succeeded by
cold rights. The tendency is also enhanced by
sudden changes in the temperature, poor diet.
great fatigue, intemperance, grief, anxiety.
debility, exposure to cold, lying in damp roams,
&c.. &c., &c. All this may he remedied by
purchasing one or two bottle of Mackenzie's
GEOEIGE A. MILLER, Druggist.
\Vest King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Columbia, Oc . Isl7-6t.
TOffiIST OF LETTERS rronaining in the Post
ce ending Sept. 3i ,1847. Persons ennui
mining for letters will be particular in mentioning
if they arc advertised...
Adams John 2 Xampli John
Anderson Edmund Kelton Robert
Aldinger John Kaufman George
Baits Emanuel Kline George
Barkly Puma Dililah Ladenburger Christian
Bradkin Ehmare Long Anita
Bosh!) Robert Lee Harmon
Bowrylierd Daniel Landis Abraham
Hermit Catharine . Lyan Maria. '
Braun Mr. Laubach Samuel II
Boman Mry A Laverty John II 2
Brown Mary Lantern Nathaniel
Berry Samuel Loan Hugh
Barnet Wm 2 McDonald John
Bridges R It Mellick John
Beck Win McGinnis Wm
Brown Win Murphy Henry II
Barrow Joseph 31 Muniken John
Baumgastner Samuel Maden Peter
Baaster Henry 11 Marbly Elizabeth
Brinton J 2 :Mathias Allred
Brinton James Myers Ilanah Claid
Brown II P Maher 31 iehael
Crass Esther Miller Dewy J
Collins Michael Massy Edward 2
Camel Mr Al slier Philip E
Cole Jane Mclntosh Win
Campbell Andrew McFarland John
Conklin J M & J McMullin Win F
Carter Nelson Musslemun Michael
Colman John Miller Peter
Crouse H MeGough James
Darmund Robert Mclony George
Dickey Martin McClintock Wm
Drury W 112 Musschnan Samuel 2
Dorsey Allen Richnra Molder Jacob (German)
Daily Solomon Morrison John
Dinsmore James "Nichols Lydia
Dougherty Hugh Nichol us Jane 2
Fitch Mason Nisse John
Fisher George 2 Neicommet John
Fischer John Cabinet ma•Ditcrson Andrew
• - -
ker. Onient Emanuel
Frazer Aaron Owens S 2
Fullerton Robert Olmen Alargarct
Feger Albert Obrian John
Flyn Edward Pastor Sophia 2
Fitzhnons James Petets Delilah
Gebhard Henrich Purve4 A _ .
Grey henry Peterman Sophia
Garman P Polack Lewis
Gerber Andrew Rose John
Goodman Sarah A Rooney 31ary
Gamber Sandi firs Rotor Bernard
Grownabield Tobias Rinehart 1)
Geis John Roppe Henri
Gehhart Adam Robeinson Jacob R
Greay Louisa Souk Joseph
Grider George Shaeffer Nathaniel
Iletzel Sarah Standly Mary Aim
Herlihy Benjamin 9. ' Seybbld Charles Fred
Hand Mary Stuart Thomas
Hall Wm D D S.enger John .iis
Harris Ann Negro Stouffer John ,',;':
Hook Joseph A Stouffer Henry • ' •!ittl"..
Hare John Somber Henryzoc isi i,,,,,
Hershey Christian Shitz Andrew. 1!....-..- . 0
Hudson N W Stouffer Abraham ".
Hopi Star Snyclei Jitialtieg 0f.:,17
Hogentobler Elizabeth Sees Jeratat, - —-- -
Hamer Daniel Smith Rinds
Hofer George StimmallAnnut, 0 :
Jones Margaret F Schrader Jiohn.,
Irvin Elizabeth Sears Jaeadx!,; l l
Johnson Alexander Toth JPOIIasII
Johnson Morris - . Thong IV II
Jenkins Benjamin 7 ICIWta &rib° .
Jack Jas 11, - P-44iram
Kelton John • •Al• ..,0„, ho' ..
Kline Henry 76 1 : • trramae.nry
Kiles Joseph J , , Oi...a a rth E
Knoah John andheim Frederick
G. G. CLAIBORNE, P. M.
Columbia, Oct. 1,1857.-3 t.,
BLANKETS: EL.4 ATKErrs 'Far sale
very low at FRY & SPANGLER'S.
ONNET RIBBON'S. A good assortment of
I ) tvinter trimmings at
ocQ'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S.
LOOKING GLASSES of all sizes and at re
ducat! prices. For sale at
0c2'47 FRY C. SPANGLER'S.
MORRIS'S PATENT DOOR PLATES.
NEW article far superior to any thing of the
1 - I,_ kind ever yet ofFered to the public, and which
for simplicity, durability and cheapness, is not
equalled by any of the old ones now in use.
The advantages these plates have over the old
engraved ones, is, that they will never turn black
or tarnish like those made of silver or brass. They
need no scouring with chalk every week—they will
always retain their fine lustre by simply rubbing,
them over occasionally with a silk handkerchief or
piece of buckskin, and wiping off t h e dust that
may adhere to the surface. The name in these
plates may be changed for a trifle,—the letters
which compose it, being moveable,—and any other
name can be inserted in its stead, by sending the.
plate to the owner of the patent (Henry Seitz, of
Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa.,) which is another
great advantage over the old engraved ones,—which
cannot be changed.
Any person desirous of such ri plate, crm obtain
one by addressing Ilenry Seitz, Marietta by letter,
giving the name and place of residence correctly.
These places differ in price according to number, as
follows: No. 1, price $3.00; No. $3.50; No. 3,
$1.00; Nri. 4, $4 50; No. 5, $5.00; No. 6, $4.50;
No. 7, $5.00.
Nelson Maloney is my only authorized travelling
agent to exhibit and sell these plates in Lancaster
county. He can be seen ut John Michael's tavern,
in Lancaster, when in the city, or information ob
tained, when absent, when he will return. Ile
carries a sample of each kind with him, which en
ables him to give every satisfaction.
HENRY SEITZ, of Marietta,
Owner of Patent for Lancaster county.
Sept. 23, 1817.
.T. IL MIFFLIN
a.F you are, sie!c, it makes no difference under
what disease you may labor, or if you have the
and have tried a great many things to cure it, and
they have all one after another foiled, and you still
continue to have the Chills and Fever, until you
have shook nearly all the flesh off of your bones,
and have become almost a skeleton, your strength
gone, and your spirit low, do not conclude thut
there is no cure fur you, but come to tho
al 31 It 3 0
at Marietta, two doors west of the Brew Hoose
mid get i,oiun of his Fever and Ague
If you n.e this medicine yon may rely upon their
efficacy. It is impossible for them to tail. It is
astonishing what cores these Indian Herb Medi•
tines see daily performing.
In — The medicine is neatly put up with full dime
lions for $l. If taken according to the directions
and does not effect a cure the money will he refund
ed. Henry Martin, agent for the Herb Doctor's
Medicines, Front street, Columbia, Pa.
Sept. 21, 1547-53 t
`TTILL be exposed to public sale, at the Tan
'l nery of Joaeph Biugher, Fonntaindale,
Adams county, Pa., on Tuesday, the lalt day of
November, SIX HORSES, HORSE GEARS,
THREE WAGONS, one of them a Broad Wheel
ed Road Wagon, the others Bark Wagons. Also,
two pairs of Ladders. The horses are excellent
team hori-es. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock A.
AL, when the terms will be made known by
Sept. 21, 181.7.1 is BAUGH ER & CO.
61 5 . a
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The Largest and most splen
did Sock of Dry Goods
4 VTR ofrered in the city of Lancaster, is now
being opened nt THE BEE HIVE, North
Queen street, wholesale and retail.
This stock has just been received direct from
Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and corn prises
some oldie rarest bargains of the day, fur Fill and
Winter snlev—Shawls, Silks, Merinoes, Ribbons,
Gloves, Hosiery, Le. Sept. Q.4—tf
d e— Xti ER IMO different styles entire new patterns
of Ladies' Dress Goods, for Fall and Winter.
Mali colored plaids• arc all the rare. Call at the
Sept 21—ti DEE Il VE North Queen st.
rilliE LADIES are particularly invited to call
c..riy and examine those ben utitlil Bon.
net Ribbons, all new, Fall now opening at
the. BEE HIVE, North Queen st.
00 PIECES Alpnelia, and Liv-tres, at prices
from IS cents and upwards per yard, now
opening at the BEE HIVE, North Queen st.
3 n SACKS Ground Alum Salt. 50 snclu
11 A'hton, flue. For sale by
sent:24'474l H. E. ATKINS & CO.
100 Bbl=. No. 1, and 3. 50 bbl'.
Shud. For sale by •
sepe2.l'l7-tr H. E. ATKINS & CO.
CIRCASSIAN OlL—a superior article for pro-
Inciting the growth, beauty and purifying the
hair—warranted. at Marrow and Bear's oil. For
- 1 ---, k OUB E EXTRACT OF MUSE just received
j and for sale at ud -.• LEADER'S.
, sept 2 F 47 tr.
)1:11...Y50:VS i\l;4l.lfer:TlM for m:rkin77,
linen, sills j aiiP Poti . efilit)infirt be preparation.
'or safe by
, ( 1 1 i. A. LEADER.
Ton Linfirosrectsbitrm ine Sauces for dying Sills
..i 9 volocki loves, feathers, flowers, vuxes,
Orleptisil es muslins, &a. Fur sale at.
r•Soaps, Soaps, Soaps.
OLD Brown Windsor, the True Fine Palm
highly perfumed, English Castile Perfumed
Variegated, Sand Balls. Crystalline Tailor's, and a
superior assortment of Shaving Soaps. For sale by
sept24'474f W. A. LEADER.
IRISEi LINENS.-100 piceea just received di
rect from Boston, they era a great bargain, and
well worthy the examination of every housekeeper.
Ticking'', Flannels, Crash and Table Diaper, for
sale at remarkably low prices at the
Sept. 24—tf BEE HIVE, North Queen et.
TIEMBERTON'S COMPOUND FLUID EX
TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, fur the re.
tnuval and permanent cure of all diseases arising
from an impure state of the blood. Prepared only
b W. A. LEADER.
TEL THE AFFLICTED.
FEVER, AND AGUE,
PUB LIIC SALE.
Hair Oil, Hair Oil.
rpm undersigned having recently established
I un extensive Iron Foundry at Wrightsville, I
York county, Pa., arc now prepared to furnish
Stoves, 71ollow-ware, Car and Ma
of the best quality of material and workmanship at
short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is Isrge,
and of modern and approved patterns, consisting of
PLAIN WOOD and BOILER TOP STOVES,
of all sizes; NINE PLATE COOK, "
TORY COOK," ••COMPLETE
COOK,"—for wood or coal—
And olher COOKING
Also—COA L STOVES, of the latest designs and
all sizes, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and
Offices. Also, BOA7' STOVES, L'OX
STOVES, CHARCOAL FUR
NACES, ,ST., .S.c.
Onr assortment of HOLLOW-WARE consists of
Pot., Kettles, Ronnd and Oval Ovens and Lids,
Skillets, Spiders and Lids, Cooh•Pots, Deep and
Shallow Pans, Bread Pans, Griddles, Andirons,
Wafileirons, Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Car
riage Boxes, &c., &c., &c., together with Water
Pipes of all sizes. ALSO,
CAR WHEELS AND OTHER CAR
THRESHING MACHINE CASTINGS, of the
moot approved patterns, PLOucur CASTINGS,
MILL GEARING and MACHINERY CAST.
LUGS, of every description.
Our location being favorably sittritcd at the junc
tion of the Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad
and Susquehanni and Tide Water Canal, with the
Pennsylvania Improvements, gives us facilitits
which will enable us to manufacture and forward
castings to any point with despatch, and at the
lowest prevailing rates.
Stove Dealers and others having patterns of their
own and ordering castings from them, arc assured
that they will be held strictly private in the course
of manufacture. E. CONNELLEE & CO.
Wrightsville, Sept. 21, IS 17.-3 m
NEW FALL GOODS.
gnu , : subrcribers hare just received their supply
1 . Fall and Winter, Foreign and Domestic Dry
Goods, to which they invite the attention of their
friends and the pubic generally.
CLOSMS, CASSE:VIM:MS, &c.
Their stock consists or superior French, and
English Black, Blue, Brown, Mixed, and Olive
Cloths; plain and Fancy Cassimers, Sattinets,
Tweeds, Jeans; Velvet and other Vestings.
Gry de Rhine, Swiss and Matteona Dre s s Silks.
ALPACAS.—PIain, and Sniped, at 18,
.25, 31, 37, 50 cts., &c. English, German, and
French Merinocs ; Plain Paris Cashmeres and De
Laines, Lama and Tarter Plaid , .
French, Earlston and Manchester Ginghams;
Prints of every style and price; Plain and Plaid
Limeys; Tuper Gauze and other White and color
SIIIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters,
five quarters, cis:quarters and ten quarters Bleached
and Brown Shadings, Blankets, Tickings, Checks,
A splendid assortment of Trimmings, Gimpc,
Slk anti Cotton Fringes; Thread, Victoria and
Bobbin Edgings Lod Insertingc ; Lisle, Victoria
and Brussels Lace, Collerettes, Gloves, Hosiery, &r.
Lor; Pulverised, Crushed, Havanna and Brown
Sugars; Syrup, L. H. N. O. Molassec ; Mney ;
Rio, Loguayra and Java Correr3; and the superior
Teas of the Canton Tea Company of New York.
Oily, Fish, &c. ALSO:
China, Glas3 & Queensware.
117 - All at shich sill be sold as I.OW as the
LOWEST, for cash or produce.
Thankful for the liberal share of patronage
heretofore received, they will by strict attention to
buviness endeavor to merit a continuance of time
public's favor. J. D. & J. WRIGHT.
Columbia, Sept. .18.17.—tf:
NEW FALB. GOODS.
rpirE,.nbscribers respectfully inthrm their friends
and customers, till( they are just receiving and
opening, a full assortment of fresh
.71.7.1 L CLOODS.
to whteh their attention is resneetfittly invited.
FRY & SP - ANGLER.
Columbia, Sept. 18, 18.17—tr
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
HE undersigned has Just received from the
, celebrated -•• Leechburg Mills" a fresh lot
of the above flour, made expressly for family
use, and cannot be surpassed. if equalled. by
any brands in the Union. %VIII be kept con
stantly on hand, and fur sale by
K. J. SNEEDII:I3.
Septl9--It ilo. , Canal Basin.
L ETTERS testamentary having been granted
to the undersigned on the e , .tatr 01 . Afairih.t
Forms, late of the Borough of Columbia, deceased.
All persons indebted to the said estate are I-emu...led
to tm.l.e payment immediately—those having,
claims to present the same for settlement.
JOIN BRUNER, Executor.
Columbia, Sept. 2.1-, 1817. 7 —Gt*
FULL supply of Fresh Family Groceries at
A. FRY & SPANGLER'S.
Columbia, Sept. 18, 18.17—tf
r RESH SHAD just received at
YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50
11 /_ Fresh supply of oilv just received nt
YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50,
New supply of Tartan and Monterey l'la:ds
for Indiem' wear, jtp , t received nt
septl l'47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
r liE newest and best styles of Gimps and
Fringes, just received at
seol . l'47—tr YOUNG & CASSEL'S N.L SO.
FRESH MACKEREL at
YOUNG S. (ItSSEL'S No. SO
scptll . 47—tf
G DOD CIDER VINEGAR at
•YOUNG C. CASSEL'S No. 50,
septll' , l7—tr
D UPONTS bept Eagle Powder at
YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50
C 1 ILK warp, lustre Plaid and striped Alpaccas,
0 just received at
septll . 47—ti YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
ORLEANS LUSTRE at
YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50,
VTANTED immediately, three or four
I Journeymen Tailors. None but the
best Workmen need apply
Sept. 11, 1847.—tf
AFRESH assortment of aIL kinds of the best
spices just received at
septll'47—tc YOUNG & CASSEL'S N 0.50.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
IRAs REMOVED his LAW OFFICE to
the Collector's House. corner of Front
and Gay streets. where lie will attcni prompt
ly to all business in the line of his profession.
Columbia, April 14. 1847.—tf
• PH1L17.7 aOSSLYSI , I.,
ATTORN EY AT LAW.
Columbia, Lancaster county,Penn'a,
~rILL practice in the se oral Courts of
Oencr...-1n Walnut street, adjoining the
Washington .114 tel. 7.1 ar 6, 1847.
DOCT. M. S. 3I'CORKLE.
r t ,FFIC;E-South East corner of Locust and
1, jr Second street.
Boarding Ilouse—with Mrs. Swartz,2 doors
below his late residence.
Columbia, April 7, 16-17.—t
WOOD AND PAPER TAPERS.
IS months Wood and Paper Tapers. For sale at
► septll47—tf LEADER'S.
CLI PLE NDID nrsortment of Carpet Chain at
L. YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50
OUPERTOR Congress Black, Dine and Red Ink
For sale at LEADER'S.
TS the only remedy that can be relied on for the
speedy and permanent cure of rheumatism,
spinal aMetion., pain in the side, back, &e., &c.
For sale only nt W. A. LEADER'S.
ArrEND TO YOUR COUGH.
TI3ST reeered a fresh supply of Wistcr's Data.
4 of Wild Cherry, Sample's Syrup of Wild
Cherry, JAvne's Expectorata. For sale at
sep!ll.' , l7—tf LEADER'S Drug Store.
NT.ELTZTEM--Two apprentices to learn the
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper business. Boys
limn the country prelerred. Apply to
Columbia, Sept. 11, 1847. 11. PFAIILER.
OOKING GLASSES of all kinds, just re
J ached at YOUNG & CASSEL•S No. 50.
GIMPS AND FRINGES.
DLACE SILK and Mohair Fringes and
I) Gimps, for sale cheap at
FRY & SPANGLER'S.
Columbia, Aug 7, 1817.—tf
S Tga 71 . E 116".
- "`r received a seco nd supply of WALE
-4/41 IN GCANE 1.370 13 11E1.1,A 5, a handsome
and u , eful article, which will be , old at the
manufacturer's retail prices. Call and see
_ _ _ .
J. D. a J. W RIGHT'S.
TOHNSON•S Super, F.,..qcolial Walnut Oil :elili
pP t , ry Shriving Soap, supetior lo all others for
shavmg. Sold by R. WI T.LI.IIS.
ATARIOT_TS PATTERNS of ‘Vall, Window
and Ceding. Papers sod Borders, of the
most elegant Modern styles. for sale by
W ES 1131100 K..
Columbia, April 7, 1917.
13 -7- 111GI-IT'S Indian Vegetable Pill 4 or
Indian Purgative. and Indian Vegeta
bly Syrup warranted genuine For sale by
ati81•4741. B. W
Nan.; and spike.-.
900" c S NAILS. SPIKES and BRADS.—
Jast received and for sale at rednccd
prices by T UAIPLE Sz: H ESS.
FHA. arid CROSS-: I.IT SAWS, of no
land's best. For sale at manufactures
prices by it 1 & HESS
Columbia, April 7, 1817.—(f
IT Ertrys Celebrated Lowden Pith Cu 4 tN':
I. Traces. Lin , " and short, double and sin
gle Link. Breast, Carrying, and Halter, Chains
all of which we oiler at manufactures prices
RUMPLE C HESS.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.-11
N DI NG orders left at the Columbia Book
Motu gill receive prompt attention.
Columbia, May 19. 1847.
CST received n splendid assortment of
fII:ADS. SAWS. IIATCETS.
BRACES, BITS and CHISELS, at reduced
prices by RU MPLE S HESS
Columbia, April 7. 1547.—1 f
y AUNDRY Stand' Polish, for preparing s'acch
r. ith , iut the addition of any grea=y substance,
and for producing a brilliant pearly glosq on the
linen. S. only by 1...1,1 A MS.
0 - 4 ants and Pistols.
1 - 10UBLE and Sinzle Barrel GUNS, war-
B f rented Stubb Twist_ and Patent Breech
tterolvinu PISTOLS, Brass and Steel Barrel
Pistols. For sale client) by
SIIMPLE fi HESS.
Columbia, April 7, 7 S47.—tf
NTEW Pa!fere Boat STC)VE. inqt receird
cd and fur sale by. Itt , MPLE: St HESS
Columbia, April 7,11347.-1 f
TAOCTOR ROBEY'S 13razilinn iiiir Curling
I,i.paid. For role by E. WILLIA \LS. -
TUST received and for gale at the Ilardwar
t ip Store of RUMPLE & HESS
Columbia, April 7, IS47.—tf
ANTI -AGUE MIXTURE. A As-wanted
cure for toyer and a4ue. For sale by
N. R.—There is none genui.no but th3t ssbl by
R. Williams. au:2l.-17-If.
A 11. BULL'S Compound Ectrwt of Sara
parilta for sale by R. WILLIAMS.
BAG CLASPS, PIIISP and Bag Twist, Steel
Beads, Purse and Bag flings and T,...sei.—
Por sale by It. WILLIAMS.
T)ERIN TEAS or nil land.. to be had fresh
at YOUNG S.: CASSEL'S StorO, No. 50
Columbia. am!. 7,1847—1 f
IN great variety varying in price from 314
cents and upwards at
FRY & SPANGLER'S.
Columbia, Aug. 7,lllll—tf
Something New under the Sun.
!THE subscriber has just received the Fall and
1 Winter Fashions, which, thr elegance anit,
taste, surpasses any thing which bas ever hitherto
been published. Ile would invite all those who
may wish their garments made up in a durable and
fashionable manner, to give him a call at his Tailor.
ing Establishment in Locust street, opposite Hal
deman & Co. ' s Store. As he is well satisfied they
will not go away disappointed as he is determined
to spare no pains in making up all work entrusted
In 111, care in Snell a manner as he is satisfied will
render general oatiaradian
J. 3. returns thank to his customers in general,
for their liberal patronage heretofore extended to
him, and hopes by strict attention to bueincss, to
receive a continuance of the same.
Columbia, Sept. 18, 181:71f
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS.
rips] EY have come to B. Young, at No. 50.
I . The Fall and Winter Fashions for 1847
& 8, which, for taste. cannot be surpassed by
the world—they are the most perfect ever
brought before the eves of the people of this
globe. Persons wishing their garments cut
and made in the most elegant style, will do
well by calling at B. Young's Tailoring estab
lishment, No. 50, Front street, Columbia,
where they will hare their work executed to
perfection and with despatch.
P. 8. Persons wishing to purchase superior
cloths, cassimeres, vcstings and trimming s,
such as cannot be had at any other store in
Columbia, will do well by cailing at Young &
Cassel"s Store, No. 50, Front street, where
there is one of the best selections of the above
goods in the country. They will also warrant
the quality, cut, make and fit of all the goods
they sell and make up. They are thankful for
past favors and hope to have a share of
patronage. YOUNG & CASSEL.
Columbia, Sept. 11, 1847.—tf.
TO TUOSEI THAT A 117; FOND OF
rittlE undersizned hare just received the
hest and most complete assortment of
English and German stub and twist and pat•
DOUBLE BA rtar..i.un GUNS,
which have ever been offered in this market at
each prices that will suit all. A Is°, six. Barreled
Revolving and self-cocking
Call and examine for yourselves, at the cheap
Hardware Store of
11.TJAIPLE Sz: 11 ESS
Colombia; Aug. 21, 1347.
rIIITANKFUL for past favors, and desirous 1.. r
continuance of public patronage, the sub.
scriber takes this method of giving noiice that lie
h a s jest received a large and general supply of fresh
D ru .. 3 an d ",techeine., Patent MedioineQ. &c. AII
of which he will dispose of, wholesale and retail, at
very mode rate prices, with a guarantee to be
genuine and of the best quality.
Ile has ale.o received a very large stock of Per
fumery, which, is paint of assortment, quality and
cheapness, is unequalled in this place. Ladies and
others. call and see fur yourselves. Also a large
asstrtment el Combs and Brushes, very cheap.
IL WILLIAMS, Front St.
Columbia, August 11, IS i7.—t f.
WOOD, COAL COOKING STOVES,
it of the latest and most approved pat
term. Also, Radiator and other improved
patterns of Parlor Stoves. For sale at reduc
ed prices, at the Hardware Store of
J. W. COTTRELL,.
The highest price will be paid for Old Cast
ng.9, Flax seed, Clover seed. Timothy seed, S:c
THE. sul.srribcr would inform his friends
E.-^ , < l and Ole public generally, that lie has remov
ed to No. '2., S.dweiner's Row, between LlJrr's and
Black's Hotel, Front Street, where he will eon
!Moe t , keep an elrvnt. assortment of Beaver,
Otter, Fur, Silk, and Nutria HATS, and also, n
I trge msortment of CAPS, all of which he will
take plea , ure in showing to those Rho favor him
with a call.
forget—Sc:)reiner's Row, No. 2, before
parchasing clswher ; o lam I l e:erminedto sell
croup. WM. TEMPLE
Columbia, Aug. 9.1, 18.17.—1 f
:estate of Samuel rierson, Deceased.
E'P'PERS of Administration on the estate of
j Samuel Pc.rson, late of the borough of Co.
lutnbia, Lancaster county, deceased, having been
granted to the subscriber, residing in said borough,
all persons indebted to the said estate, are requested
to make immediate payment; and those having
claims to present them duly authenticated to the
undersigned. ELIZABETH PIERSON,
Sept. 11, 1917.—fit Athninietratrix.
11 lOC TOR TOWNIMEN'S Compound Extract
y of Sarsaparilla never tails to eradicate en
tirely all the effects of merrury, infinitely sooner
than any other medicine, night sweats, nervous
debility, nervous complaints of all kinds ,neurali
gia. organic affections, &c. sold 'v
au1.V.17-tf R. NV IL L 111 S.
SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES.
SPUN Silk, Mohair and Alpacca Plaids, new
style for lathes' dresses; also a splendid as
sortment of Ginghams and other dress goods at
FRY & SPANGLER'S.
Columbia. Aug. 7, IS47.—tf
NHS AR PISTOLS.
JUST received a Inv-e asortment of Patent
Breach etubb Twist English Guns, single
and double barrel; also Revolving and Com
mon Prstok. For sate at reduced prices at the
Hardware Store of
J. W. COTTRELL
Columbia, May FIG, 1.347.—ff
INT A T
•L'i Sol 4..4040 4.41•
-- 1 - 4 ETTEns of atirdnistration on the estate of
Moses Brown, late of the Borough of Co
luinhia, deceased, haling been granted to the sub.
scriber residing in the said borough, all persona
indebted to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having demands
against it will prcsent them for settlement to
Aug. 28, 1597—Gt. itIARY BROWN.
TAMPS.—OiI, Lard and eamphine Stand
Lamps, Hanging and Side do. For sale by
RUMPLE & HESS.
Columl , ia. April 7. 1547.—t1
MVOI: Glzzo, afnis aril) Ens•
AATETHERELLS: BROTHER'S Pure White
Lead, Paints. Linseed and Sperm Oil, Var
nishes, Glass Sze. Fur sale at low mien., at the
Hardware Store of J. W. COTTRELL.
Columbia, M ly IS47—tf
NOTICE.—AII persons indebted to the sub
scriber are request/hi to make psyment, and
nil haring claims against him, will please present
them for settlement.
CHAS. L BARNITZ
July ard, 1847.—1 f
WANTED.—An Apprentice _to the TAI
LOILING BUSINESS. • . -
JulylO•tf JOHN JORDAN.