The Columbia spy and Lancaster and York County record. (Columbia, Pa.) 184?-1848, October 16, 1847, Image 3
A vigorous prosecution of the IVar,the best means to secure a speedy and HONORABLE PEACE. No. 40 \ • ( No. 42. r 0 V,. 1 1 ,A=4; Front St. Front St WALNUT COLONNADE, CHEAP FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 711.'Er23 I. :P.:a3TBRAS3„ ,N O. 42, Front street, directly opposite the Bridge, and three doorWbelow Black's Hotel, COLUMBIA, PENNA., Would respectfully call the attention of the public to his stock of Fashionable and Cheap Clothing, which exceeds in extent, elegance, and variety, any hitherto opened in this vicinity, and wl.ich he pledges himself to sell at prices lower than even he has before offered. Just look at the prices : Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Dress Coats, from $5.00 to 81.0.00 Gimtleinen's Fine Cloth Frock Coats, from Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Sacks and Coatces, from 2.50 to 5.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth and Cos simere Pants, front Satin and Silk Velvet Vests, Plain and Fancy, being the only kind of this quality for sale in this place, from 2.50 to 4.00 Roundabounts and Pea Jackets, LOU to 3.00 Shirts, plain and fancy, 377 to 1.50 Satinet. Pantaloons, 1.50 to 3.00 Gimtleinen's Cotton Half-hose, 6.1 to 184 Silk Handkerchiefs, 3711 to 1.00 " Cotton do GA to 123 Cravats, a. new article, 37A to 1.00 Suspender', GI to 37A Umbrellas, 31* to 1.50 Leather and Hair Trunks, 50 to 1.00 Travelling Bags and Valiceir, 1.00 to 2.50 L %dies' Travelling Bags, a beauti ful article, 2.00 to 2.50 A Large Assortment of Fine and Medium Cloaks. ALSO—A large assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING, Such as Pants, Vests. Roundsbouts, and Shirts, and, in short, every article of apparel required by the gentleman, the mechanic or the laborer, with a va riety of fancy goods, calculated to tickle the taste end secure the patronage of all classes and condi tions of men. My thanks arc due, and I hereby tender them to Lill, world of my patrons, for former favors, and 1 am determined to prove the sincerity of my grati. tudo, by untiring efforts to furnish a Fashionable Wardrobe to every patron of the Colonade Hall of rashione, as cheap as the cheapest, and as good as the best. REMEMBER TIIE 3 BIG DOORS, the place to buy cheap Clothing, No. 42, Front Street, Columbia, Pa., directly opposite the Bridge, and three doors below Black's Hotel. For further particulars, enquire of the Captain on hmrd. JAMES L. PRETSMAN. Columbia, Oet. oth, 1847. N. B. A branch of the above establishment, where all the articles enumerated, and at the same prices, may be obtained, has been opened in No. 4, Shrei ner's Walnut Front. PUBLIC SALE Of Three first-late Plantations in Manor Township. "TAETERM I NED to move to the State rf Il linois, 1 will sell by public vendue, to the hy:be•t bidder, en THURSDAY, the dth day of NOVEMBER next, at my residence, one mile west of Millerstown, in Manor township, Lancaster county : THAI BE PLANTATIONS, to wit :—No. 1, consisting of a Tract of Land. containing 140 acres, strict measure, hounded on the east by little Conestoga creek, on the North by No. 2, on the west by a public road, and on the South by No. 3. The improvements on No. I, are a two-story stone Dwelling House, !.0 by 30 feet well finished and roofed with slate: a stone Swisscr Barn 110 feet long. also roofed with slate and has a large arched cellar under neath; a wagon shed and corncribs; spring house over a never-failing spring of water, with fine facilities fur a distillery, in a well built still house, a smith shop., with other convenient out buildings ; a pump in a never-failing well near the house, an Orchard of every kind of choice fruit trees, a well watery i meadow, arid about H acres of tine timber land, besides different Locust groves over the tract, so far advanced ns to enable the cutting of 300 posts yearly without injury to the groves. There is also a good Tenant House and stable on No. 1. No, 2, consisting of a tract of land, contain ing GI acres and 113 perches, strict measure, adjoining No. 1, on the South, the Little Con estoga on the east, land of Jacob Brenner on the north, and a public road on the %Vest..— The improvements on this tract are a two story stone Dwelling House, 4 rooms below and 4 above, with an arched and another cellar; a stone swisser Barn about 70 feet long, with a shingle roof: a spring house over a never failing spring of water, with a dwelling above the spring-house. Of this tract there are about 6 acres of fine timber and'a line meadow: and has the advantage of a road through Jacob Brenner's land to the flue Rock road, which is a very short distance from it. And No. 3, consisting of a TR./LOT 07 LAM), containing 881 acres, strict measure, bounded on the north by No. ,on the east by the Little Conestoga creek, on the South by land of John Lintner, ( miller,) about 35 acres are woodland of the best kind, and on it arc to two never failing spring of water, and this No. 3, is a fine situation for buildings and for farming purpo ses. The Land throughout is of first.rale Lime stone soil, the most of it on the sun side, and the whole in the best state of cultivation.— There are two Mill near the premises, one of a mile south. Persons wishing to view the premises will please apply to the subscriber who will show the *Arne arid exhrbit a draft thereof. Possession and indisputable titles will be giv en on the first day of April next. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock in the after noon, when attendance will be given and terms make known by ABRAHAM HERR. October 9, 1847.t5. "WINTER'S COMING." A REVERY. The cold winds of autumn sigh rid o'er the lea, And the Storm-spirit &oiler in horrible glee: O'er the breast of the good the sere forest-1 final. And Nature's rake whispers "Nan, bry ass a Coat ! " What. Snow I by my faith I seem turning to stone y The Coat's a good thing, but is useless alone. No longer in Sommer's light livery d d, I must hive Slater Drawers, Patite, Shirts and a Vest/ And now. where to buy cheapest, and where to buy best. And where can 1 be most becomingly d d: •' Ay there I. the rub"—let me see in the "Spy," PIXTIIIMan looms up the tallest, 1 , 11 go there end try t The wind thunders " Go l" and the corm-spirit prances, And the eddying flood with the (ofeet-ice( dances, And Nature applauds—white to elegant drew., The bard blesses PRETSMAN.and YItETSMAN, the Press. Colombia, Oct. 9th, 1847.—tr. EXECUTORS' SALE OF VA UAB LE STOCKS. THE undersigned, Execntors of the last will and testament of Mary Bethel late of the borough of Columbia, dec'd., will sell at Public Sale at the house of Daniel Herr in the borough of Columbia, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of November next, the fol. lowing Valuable Stocks: 13 Shares of Stock in the Bank of the United States, 27 Shares of Stock in the Columbia, Cliques and Marietta Road and Bridge Company, 25 Shares of Marietta, Bain bridge, Falmouth and Portsmouth Road Company, 32 Shares of Stock in the Farmers Bank of Lan. caster. Sale to commence at 7 o'clock in the evening when attendance will be given and fermi. made known by SAMUEL B. HEISS, J. HOUSTON MIFFLIN, JOHN F. HOUSTON, ROBERT B. WRIGHT, Oct. 9-4 t. Executors of Mary Bethel. dTHE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, at the House of Daniel Herr, on Tuesday the 2nd ay of November next, at 7 o'clock in the evening, a two story frame DWELLING IJOUSE, ..ni. and lut of ground in Walnut Street, in the borough of Columbia, a few doors above the German Re formed Church, adjoining the property of the widow Mays, and now in the occupancy of the widow o•Donnel. The said Lot is the south-western half of Lot No. 41 in the plan of the Borough, extends in front on Walnut street thirty feet, and in depth one hundred and ninety feet to a public alley. Possession may he had immediately if desired. Terms will be made known and attendance giv en at the time of sale by JOHN F. HOUSTON, Attorney, , for the Heirs of John McKissick, deed. ! Columbia, October 9,1847-4 t. 4.00 to 10.00 2.00 to 4.00 Stoves, Stoves. TitiE subscribers have constantly on hand a 1. full assortment of Wood,Coal, and Cooking Stoves of every size and description, Cannon Stoves. Also, fleadenburg's Patent AIR-TIGHT PARLOR STOVES, which has given full satisfaction in all cases. The public are invited tonal] and examine fur themselves, at the Hardware Store of Oct. 9—tf RUMPLE & HESS. Sale by Order of the Orphans' Court. - I[TALUABLE property in the Borough of Co V lutnbis, Lancaster County, Penna., Into the estate of Christian Breneinan, deed. In pursuance to an order of the Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, will be exposed to public sale, on Saturday the 13th day of November next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Public House of Joseph Black, in the BerouErh of Columbia, all tho right, title and interests of Christian Breneman de ceased, in following valuable real estate, situated in the said Borough, to wit :—Two largo FIRE PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSES, and Lots of Ground, bounded East by the Penn. sylvania Railway, and extending to thc river shore near the Susquehanna and Tide W..ter Canal, and Front Street, and between the Columbia Bridge and Pennsylvania Canal Basin. The said Lots are in width 117 feet, more ur less, fronting towards Front Street, and 293 feet in depth. The facilities afforded, by the various Canals and Railroads for 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 aforesaid, the right, title and interest, of said deceased in and to a certain Lot of Ground situnted at the North•SVeat corner of Fifth and Union Street in said Borough. The said lot containing 204 feet fronting on Union Street by 131 j feet on Fifth Street. Attendance will be given and terms of sale made known by ABRAHAM ZOOK, Administrator de bonis non with the will annex ed of Christian Breneman dcc'd. By order of the Orphans' Court, ATTEST, J A M ES DYSART, Oct. 2J,—ts The following papers will please copy till sale, and send bills to this office, as also a paper with the advertisement marked to Abraham Zuok, Colum bia, Pn.: N. American, Phila.; American, Baltimore; Em porium, Pottsville; Telegraph, Harrisburg; Com tnercial Journal, Pittsburgh. DISSOLUTION. rr DE partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, trading under the firm of J. W. Further & Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent. J. W. FISHER, S. GROVE. Columbia, September 1, 1817. THE undersigned has just received a fresh supply of goods suited to the season, embrac ing CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATINETTS and VES I'INGS 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 country town. lie continues to carry on the Tailoritm Bus iness. and will be thankful for a continuance of past favors. J. W. FISHER. October 2, 1847.-tf Steam Engine for Sale; FACTORY TO RENT. AFIVE horse power Steam Engine with nn 8 horse boiler in complete order for sale—at present put up in the brick Factory on Union 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 street and on a 12 foot alley, is well adapted for a PLANING MACHINE, for which it was once used, or ftir a Foundry, or any business requiring large space and good light. The lot on which the building stands is large nod would suit for the storing of lumber or bulky materials. 52 Tons Pine Grove Coal for sale. Oct. 2d—tf J. H. MIFFLIN • CIRCA.SSIAN For the Preservation, Beauty, Growth and Res. location of the Hair. THIS valuable preparation excites the scalp to a new and healthy action, cleanses it from scurf and dandruff, prevents the hair front falling MT or becoming prematurely gray, cures those eruptive diseases which often appear upon the head, and in a majority of cases produces a fine growth of new hair. It also gives the hair a rich and beautiful appearance, unequalled by any thing of the kind. In addition to all its usefulness as a preserver and beautifier of the hair it remotes all unnatura: harshness and dryness of the hair, which often precede its loss, and should never be permitted to' continue without using remedies. For the toilet, Ladies and Gentlemen will find this an admirable article. It gives a luxuriant, silky, soft and fine brilliancy to the hair and curie, filling the minds of the beholders with admiration and almost with envy. All this for only 25 eta. a bottle. For sale by oct9•47.tf W. A. LEADER. -WANTED -2 JOURNEYMEN TAILORS Apply to JOHN JORDAN, Columbia, Oct. 9, 1857. Locust Street PUBLIC SALE. Clcrk of Orphans' Court 1 TER.KIR RA SHAWLS. A s S i lt a le w n l d s id j assortment of t Torkirra and other i 0c2'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S. 1 B LANKETS : BLANKETS!! For ' sale I;cry low at FRY & SPANGLER'S. 0c2'47 BONNET RIBBONS. A good assortment of Winter trimmings at 0c2'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S. T I OOKING GLASSES of all sizes and at re I duced prices. For sale at 0c2'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S. FRENCH WORKED COLLARS. T ATEST style French needle work collars, for _d sale et FRY & SPANGLER'S. 0e2'47 MILL AND FARM FOR RENT THE Mill and Farm belonging to the estate of Christian Bauchman, situate in West Hemp field township, Lancaster Co., will be offered for rent by public out-cry, on the 22d day of October next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Public House of Joshua Kehler, on the Lancaster and Co lumbia turnpike, 2 miles from the latter place and near the premises, the property well known as • Banchman's Mill, with a farm of about 50 acres of land, 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 Urge custom, and is well calculated to do an extensive business. The farm is under good fences, and in high state of cul tivation. Those wishing to rent the property will examine for 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 information. N. B.—This property will be sold in the fell of 18418. At the time and place stated above, the conditions will be made known by SAM'L C. BONHAM, or Oct 2d, 3t* J. B. GARBER, Executors of the estate of C. Bauchrnan dee'd. TO THE AFFLICTED. IF you are sick, it makes no difference under what disease you may labor, or if you have the FEVER AND AGUE, and have tried a great many things to cure it, and they have all one after another failed, 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 that there is no cure for you, but come to the D'OTOM. 9 at Marietta, two doors west of the Brew Ho u se and get some of his Fever and Ague Medicine. If you me this medicine you may rely upon their efficacy. It is impossible for them to fail. It is astonishing what mires these Indian Herb Medi• eines arc daily performing. (CrThe medicine is neatly put up with full direc tions for SI. If taken according to the directions and does not effect %cure the money will be refund ed. Henry Martin, agent for the Herb Doctor's Medicines, Front street, Columbia, Ph. Sept. 24, 1847—03 t TO 'Z'ifiE AFTZICTED. MACKENZIE'S .1 ACERTAIN and effectual cure fur Ague and Fever, Dumb Ague, Chills or Inter mittent Fever, Unrivalled and Unequalled. The general causes that produce ague and fever, are the miasma of exhalation arising from swamps, marshes, rivers, canals. &c., acted upon by heat, warm days succeeded by cold nights. The tendency is Aso enhanced by sudden changes in the temperature. poor diet, ere t fatigue, intemperance, grief, anxiety, debility, exposure to cold, lying in damp ro..ing, &c., &c., &c. • All this may be remedied by purchasing one or two bottle of Mackenzio's Febrifuge of GEORGE A. MILLER, Druggist. West King Street, Lancaster, Pa. Columbia, Ow. 2. 1917-6 t. Notice. AN Election for thirteen Directors for the Columbia Bank and Bridge Company, will he held at the Banking House in Columbia, on Wednesday the 10th day of November next, between the hours of ten and four. SAMUEL SHOCK, Oct. 2d,—le Cashier. Lancaster Examiner & Herald, and Union & Tribune, please copy. PUBLIC SALE. AN7ILL be exposed to public sale, at Om Tan- V very of Joseph Rougher, Fountaindale, Adams county, Pa., on Tuesday, the 16th 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 arc excellent team horses. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock A. GM., when the terms will be mode known by Sept. 24, 1847.—ts BAUGIIER & CO. in. . Et. En 0 0 0 _,,..'1.rj -..---- z L 4 l ..,. la rt, at • ,, - 4 ..,:.--; " . : 1 4 °A 11 , n 1.1 0 0 1 '. ‘ 5. • c r drlginF>lV e.l. Or El o ot The Largest and most splen did Stock of Dry Goods VER offered in the city of Lancaster, is now L. 41 being opened at THE BEE HIVE, North Queen street, wholesale and retail. This stock has just been received direct from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises some of the rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Merinocs, Ribbon., Gloves, Hosiery, &c. Sept. 24—tf OVER 1000 different styles entire new patterns of Lidice Dress Goods, for Fall and Winter. Htzh colored plaids are all the rage. Call at the Sept 24—tf BEE HIVE North Queen at. THE LADIES are particularly invited to call early and examine those beautiful Bon• net Ribbons, all new, Fall Styles, now opening. at the BEE HIVE, North Queen st. Sept. 24—tf 10oPIECES Alpachas and Lustros, at prices from 18 cents and upwards per yard, now opening at the BEE HIVE, North Queen at. Sept. 24—tf IRISH LINENS.-100 pieces just received di. rect. from Boston, they are a great bargain, and well worthy the examination of every housekeeper. Tiekings, Flannels, Crash and Table Diaper, for sale at remarkably low prices at the Sept. 24---if • BEE HIVE, North Queen at. TEMBERTON'S COMPOUND FLUID EX TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, fie ihe re moval and permanent cure of dit.e.ises arising from on impure state of the blood. Preptren by W. A. LEADER. rept24'47.tr WRIGHTSVILLE FOUNDRY. THE undersigned having recently established an extensive Iron Foundry at Wrightsville, York county, Pa., are now prepared to furnish Stoves, Hollow-ware, Car and Ma chinery Castings of the best quality of material and workmansbip at short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is Inrge, and of modern and approved patterns, consisting of PLAIN WOOD and BOILER TOP STOVES, of all sizes; NINE PLATE COOK, "VIC. TORY COOK," "COMPLETE COOK," for wood or coal— And other COOKING STOVES. AIso—COAL STOVES, of the latest designs and all sizes, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and Offices. Also, BOAT STOVES, BOX STOVES, CHARCOAL FUR NACES, 4-c., 4-c., 4-c. HOLLOW-WARE. Our assortment of HOLLOW-WARE consists of POtP, Kettles, Round and Oval Ovens and Lids, Skillets, Spiders and Lids, Cook-Pots, Deep and Shallow Pans, Bread Pans, Griddles, Andirons, Wafileirons, Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Car. tinge Boxes, &c., &c., &c., together with Water Pipes of all sizes. ALSO, CAR WHEELS AND OTHER CAR CASTINGS, THRESHING MACHINE CASTINGS, of the most approved patterns, PLOUGH CASTINGS, MILL GEARING and MACHINERY CAST. INGS, of every description. Our location being favorably situated at the jUnC tion of the Daltimore and Susquehanna Railroad and Susquehanna and Tide Water Canal, with the Pennsylvania Improvements, gives us facilities 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, are assured that they will be held strictly private in the course of manufacture. E. CONN ELLEE & CO. Wrightsville, Sept. 24, 1847.-3 m NEW FALL GOODS. SHE subscribers have just received their supply Fall and Winter, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, to which they invite the attention of their friends and the public generally. CLOT' XS, CASSIIVZEILE3, etc. Their stock consists of superior French, and English Black, Blue, Brown, Mixed, and Olive Cloths; pl tin and Fancy Cassitncrs, Sattinets, Tweeds, Jeans ; Velvet and other Vesting-a. Gry du Rhine, Swiss and Matteona Dress Silks. ALPACAS.—PIain, Pl4id, and Striped, at 18, 25, 31, 37, 50 els., &c. English, German, and French Marianas; Plain Paris Cashmeres and De Laines, Lama and Tdrler Plaids. Freneh, Earlbton and Manchester Ging.loins; Prints of every style and price; Plain and Plaid Limeys; Tuper Gauze and other White and color• ed Flannels. SHIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters, five quarters, six quarters and ten quarters Bleached and Brown Shootings, Blankets, Tickings, Chocks, Doeskins, &c. A splendid assortment of Trimmings, Gimpc, Silk and Cotton Fringes; Thread, Victoria and Bobbin Edgings end Insertings ; Lisle, Victoria and Brussels Lace, Collerettcs, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. 1 1 12.13trar_33, Loaf, Pulverised, Crushed, Havanna and Brown Sugars; Syrup, L. IL N. 0. Molasses; Honey; Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffees; and the superior Teas of the Canton Tea Company of New York. Oils, Fish, &c. ALSO : China, Glass a& Queensware. n'All of which will be sold as LOW as the LOWEST, for cash or produce. Thankful for the liberal share of patronage heretofore received, they will by strict attention to business endeavor to merit a continuance of the public's favor. J. D. & J. WI/ IGHT. Columbia, Sept. II 847.—tf. NEW FALL GOODS. ITITE subscribers respectfully intbrm their friends and customers, that they are just receiving and opening, a full assortment of fresh 7.11.12 a.O :ZS. to which their attention k respectfully. invited. FRY & SP ANGLER Columbia, Sept. 113,1847 —tf UNRIVALLED PREMIUM EXTRA. FAMILY FLOUR. HE undersigned has just received from the , celebrated • Leechburg Mills" e fresh lot of the above flour, made expressly for family use, and cannot be surpassed, if equalled, by any brands in the Union. Will be kept con• stantly on baud, and for sale by E. J. SN EEDER, SeptlB-4 t No. 2. Canal Basin. NCTI~L LETTERS testamentary having been granted to the undersigned on the estate of Martha Torrey, late attic Borough of Columbia, deceased. All persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment immediatcly—those having claims to present the same for settlement. JOIIN BRUNER, Executor. Columbia, Sept. 24, 1847.-60 Groceries. A FULL supply of Fresh Family Groceries at FRY & SPANGLER'S. Columbia, Sept.lB, 1847—tf F RESH SHAD jolt received at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50 scptl l'47—tf Fresh supply of oils just received at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. SO Reptll'47—tf ANew supply of Tarim' and Monterey Plaids fur ladies' wear, just received at eepill'47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. newest and best styles of Gimps and 1 Fringes, just received ra septll'47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. FRESH MACKEREL at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50 septll'47-1 G OOD CIDER VINEGAR at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50 scpt 1 l'47—tf D UPONT'S beet Eagle Powder at YOUNG & CASSEL'S N. 50 septl l'47—tf OILK warp, lustre Plaid and striped Alpaccas, 10 just received at septl V47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. ORLEANS LUSTRE a t YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50 — septll•47—lf WANTED immediately, three or four Journeymen Tailors. None but the be'i Workmen need apply. Sept. 11. h 447 —tr B. YOUNG. A FRESH naqdritrient of all kinds of Mc best rece.v. d t supt l'47—;f YCJUNG & CASSEL'S Ne 7.5.0 REMOVAL. .701 IN P. 13.0133T0N, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAS REMOVED his LAW OFFICE to the Collector's House, corner of Front and Gay streets, where he will attend prompt ' ly to all business in the line of his profession. Columbia, April 14, 1847.—tf PHILIP GOSSLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn'a WILL practice in the several Courts of Lancastersiul York counties. OFFICE. —ln Walnut Street, adjoiiiiou the Washington Hotel. Mar ti. 1647. DOLT. 'Y I. S. II'CORKLE. OFFICE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. Boarding House—with Mrs. Swartz, F 2 doors below his late residence. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf 350 SACK S Ground Mum Salt. 50 sad Ashton, fine. For sale by sem2l'474f H. E. ATKINS & CO. I®o Bbl,. Mackerel, No. 1,2, and 3. 50 bbl. Shad. For sale by scpt?4'47•if U. E. ATKINS & Co. - 1"),OLIBLE EXTRACT OF MUSK jiist received and for sale at LEADER'S. sept24'.l7-tf: IDANSON'S INDELIBLE INK for in irking 17 linen, silk and cotton without the preparation. For sale by W. A. LEADER.. AXT.P.MITED—Two apprentices to learn the ' V Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper business. Boys from the country preferred. Apply to Columbia, Sept. 11, 1847. 11. PFA HUM. Pink Saucers. THE Improved Carmine Saucers for dying ..ilk stockings, gloves, feathers, flowers, gau7es, crapes, cambrica, muslins, &c. For sale at 5ept.2.1 . 47-tf LEADER'S. TOOKING GLASSES of all kinds, just re 4 ceired at YOUNG & CASSEL'S N 0.50. sejull'47—tf GIMPS AND FRINGES. T LACK SILK and Mohair Fringes and Gimps, fur sale cheap at rrty SPAN G LE lI'S. Columbia. Aug 7, IS47.—tf SOlit NG It EVV. UST received a second supply of \VALE .) INC; CANE UMBRELL AS, a handsome and useful article, which will be bold at the manufacturer's retail prices. Call and see them at J. D. k J. IVIIIGIJT'S. TOHNSON'S Super. Essential Walnut Oil Mill e) tar• Shaving Soap, suporior to all others for shaving. Soli by It. WILLIAMS. q ~ !: ~ 'VARIOUS PATTERNS of Wall, Window and Ceiling Papers and Borders, of the most elegant modern styles, for sale by C. wEs IIBROOK. Columbia, April 7, 1947. IXTRIGIIT'S Indian Vegetable Pill, or IV Indian Purgative, and Indian Vegeta ble Syrup warranted genuine Fcr sale by au2l'47-tr. R. Nails and Spikes. 20nliegs NA I LS. SPIKES and BRA DS.— Vv Just received and for sale at reduced prices by RUMPLE Sc. HESS. WILL and CROSS- :,'UT SAWS. of Ro land's best. For sale at manufactures prices by RUMPLE HESS. Columbia, April 7, 1847. tf CnAlrNs rums Celebrated Lowden Pith Cu t tNS, j_ Traces, Lug and short. double and sin gle Link-Breast, Carrying and 1-latter, Chains, all of which we offer at manufactures prices. RUMPLE S.: HESS. Columbia, April 7, 1817.—tf BOGIE BINDING. BINDING orders left at (be Columbia Book Store will receive prompt attention. Columbia, May 19, 1847. To Carpenters. TUST received a splendid assorlment of IV/ PLAIN- 4 , BEADS, SA WS. H A TCE FS. BRACES, BITS and CHISELS, at reduced prices by RUMPLE & HESS Columbia, April 7. 1847.—tf TT.AUN DRY Starch Polish, for preparing s'arch 4 without the addition of any greasy substance, and for producing a brilliant pearly gloss on the linen. S only by li. WILLI MS. an:2l',ll%tf. Guns and Pistols. I\ OUBLE and Single Barrel GUNS. war- J rented Stubb Twist, and Patent Breech Revolving PISTOLS, Brass and Steel Barrel Pistols. For sale cheap by RUMPLE & HESS. Columbia, April 7,1847.—1 f To Boatmen. XTENV Pattere Boat STOVE. Just reccivd 1.1 ed and for sale by. RUMPLE& [LESS Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf DOCTOR ROBBY'S Brazilian Hair Curling Liquid. For sale by R. WILLIAMS. attl4'l7.tr PINE OIL. TUST received and for sale at the Hardwar Store of RUMPLE & HESS Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf ANTI -AGUE MIXTURE. A % , .. nr hinted cure for lever and ague. For ante by R. WILLIAMS. N. B.—There is none genuine but that sold by R. Williams. au2l'47-tf. A H. BULL'S Compound. Extract of Sara • paella foa sale by R. NA ILLIAMS. aulfl7.ll "DAC CLASPS, Puree and Bag Twist, Steel Beads, Purse and Bag Rings and Tassel.— Fur sale by R. WILLIAIIB. aul4'47•tf ----- PEKIN TEAS of all kinds. to be had fresh at YOUNG 5:. CASSEL'S Store, No. 50 Columbia, AMY, 7, 1847—tf UMBRELLA S. IN Creat variety raryiug in price from 31} cents and upwards at FRY- dr. SPANGLER'S. Columbia, Aug. 7, 1847—tf Soaps, Soaps, Soaps. I)LD Brown Windsor, the True Fine Palm highly perfumed. English Castile Perfumed Varic.m.ted, Sand Balls. Crystalline Tailor's, and a fu pc nor a s-nrtinent of Shaving Soaps. For sale by rt,0.9.4`474f W. A. LEADER. Something New under the Sun. TiIE subscriber has just received the Fall and Winter Fashions, which, thr elegance and taste, surpasses any thing which has ever hitherto been published. He 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 to his care in such a manner as he is satisfied will render general satisfaction. JOHN JORDAN. J.. 1. returns thanks to his customers in general, finr their liberal pltronaze heretofore extended to 111(71, end hopes by etriet attention to business, to rect. ive a continuance of the same. Columbia, Sept. 18, 1847. ti FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS. IIIIEY have come to B. Young, at No. 50. The Fall and Winter Fashions for 1847 Sr 8, which, for taste, cannot be surpassed by the world—they are the most perfect ever brought before the eyes 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 have their work executed to perfection and with despatch. P. S. Persons wishing to purchase superior cloths. eassimeres, vestings and trimmings, such as cannot be had at any other store in Columbia. will do well by calling at Young & Casters 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 S. CASSEL. Columbia, Sept. 11,1847.—tf. TO THOSE THAT ARE FOND OF SPORT. i r I tin undersigned have just received the best and most complete assortment of !:n t , 11,11 and German stub and twist and pat ent breech 'DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS, winch have ever been offered in this market at such prices that will suitall. Also, six Barreled Revolving and self-cocking -- 'ISTOLS. Call and examme for yourselves, at the cheap llardtvare Store of RUMPLE & BESS Cultimbia, Aug. 21, 1547. l e ALL FRESH. It rrILANKFUL for past favors, and desirous fur a 1 continuance of public patronage, the sub. scriber takes this method of gi% mg notice that he has just received a large and general sapply of fresh Drugs and Medicines, Patent Medicines, &c. All of which he will dispose of, wholesale and retail, at very moderate prices, with a guarantee to be genuine and of the best quality. lie has also received a very large stock of Per• furnery, which, in point of assortment, quality and cheapness, is unequalled in this place. Ladies and others, call and ace for yourselves. Also a large assortment of Combs and Brushes. very cheap. R. WILLIAMS, Front St. Columbia, August 11. 1517.—tf. Stoves, Stoves. V.!TOOD, COAL & COOKING STOVES, of the latest and most approved pat terns. 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 intts,Flax seed, Clorerseed ,Timothy seed, Sze Columbia, aug. 21, 1.847.-3 m REIN OVA L. /9117 THE subscriber would inform his friends (Mond the public generally, that he has remov ed to N 0.2, Schreiner's Row, between Barr's and Black's hotel, Front Street, where he will con tinue to keep an cleg wlt assortment of Beaver, Otter, Fur, Silk, and Nutria HATS, and also, a Ilrge a. , sortment of CAPS, all of which he will take pleasure in showing to those who favor him with a call. Don't forgot—Schreinees Row, No. 2, before purchasing elswher ; as I am determined to sell cheap. WM. TEMPLE. Columbia, Aug. 21, 1847.—tf Ilstate of Samuel Pierson, Deceased. LETTERS of Administration on the estate of Samuel Pearson, late of the borough of Co. lu ruble, Lancaster county, deceased, having been granted to the subscriber, residing in said borough, all persons indebted to the said estate, arc requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims to present them duly authenticated to the undersigned. ELIZABETH PIERSON, Sept. 11, 1847.-6 t Administratrix. TAO C TOR 719 WNDSEN'S Compound Extract _LP of Sarsaparilla never tails to eradicate en• tinily all the ,tfects of mercury, infinitely sooner than any other medicine, night svi.eats, nervous debility, nervous complaints of all Icinds,neurali gia, organic affections, &c. Sold by' au14'417-tf R. WILLIAMS. 'SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES. puN Silk, Mohair and Alparca Plaids, new L style for lathes' dresses; also a splendid as. surtment of Ginghams and other dress goods at FRY & SPANGLER'S. Columbia, Aug. 7, 1647.—tf GUNS AND PISTOLS. JUST received a large asortment of Patent Breach Stubb Twist English Guns, single and double barrel; also Revolving and Com mon Pistol.. Por sale at reduced prices at the Hardware Store of J. W. COTTRELL. Columbia, May 26, 1847.—tf ITOTICE. T4ETTENS of administration on the estate of Moses Brown, late of the Borough of Co- Ittashia, d.reased. having been granted to the sub scriber resisting in the said borough, all persons indel.te.l to sald estate are requested to make im mcdhte payment, and those having demands against it will present them for settlement to lug. -8, 1847-13 t. MARY BROWN. More Light. LAllrs.-00, Lard and Camphine Stand ilanzing and Side do. For sale by RUMPLE & HESS. Columbia. aprii 7. 194 7.—t ZrAbite 'Meat, 0.00. ?PAWS ant eibi. WETHERELL & BROTHER'S Pure White Lead, Paint,. Linseed and Sperm Oil, Var nishes, Glass &c. For sale at low prices, at the Hardware Store of J. W. COTTRELL. CeMashie, May 26.1547—tf NOTICE —All indebted _to the stab scriber are requested to make pa.7net.tt,.and all having claims agaia . t him, will plaase.present them for settlement. • -.• • • • .• - ERAS- July ard, 1947:—tf WANTED.—An Apprentice to the TAI LORING BUSINESS. July10•If JOHN JORDAN.